An annual affair
The smiles, the suntans, the sky and the clouds. Friends new and old. That long drive into the unknown. Dancing, laughter. Afternoons of swimming and quiet moments of reflection. These are the things that will define the greatest weekend of your life! Welcome to the wild world of the Wakana Reunion.
Our family is overjoyed to welcome you to the stunning landscapes of Wakana. Come and experience the true magic of community that this meeting represents through a collective synesthesia of the senses: sight, sound, smell, taste, touch and being.
The Earth is a living organism. As such it has a ‘nervous system’ that is related to its magnetic field, with nodes of power similar to the acupuncture points of the human body. The druids called the energy of the earth Wyvern. They studied the land and knew how to find these positive locations where they would then settle to create places of worship.
They believed that the subterranean waters favoured these areas, and that it was where they were best protected by the watchful eye of Mother Nature; that these ‘energy points’ or ‘vortices’ gave physical and spiritual benefits.
We come to Wakana to feel good. Well-being by definition is the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy. It requires an encounter with our essence, and with nature and the five elements that compose it: earth, water, air, fire and space. At Wakana we learn to be the best versions of ourselves, sharing love with others via the first step of learning to love oneself. Come and indulge in an opportunity to leave behind old tendencies and consciously explore paths and experiences that bring us closer to the four dimensions of our being: body, mind, emotions and spirit.
Dating back to the very beginning of the Neolithic era in the 20th Century BC, Wakana still demonstrates remnants of it’s ancient history in it’s painted caves (Tajo de las Figuras) and dolmens. Funerary structures protecting Phoenician remains are to be found in the bottom of the caves, Wakana being a former Phoenician trading place with Greeks and Tartessians. Researcher Alberto Porlan believes that the Tartessian mythical city of Atlantis would have been situated on a fluvial island right here! With such rich history, visitors to Wakana often describe it as a true source of energy and a temple to fertility and nature.