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          Shambala Eco-Village is timeless spiritual retreat center

          with the sole intention of bringing "HEAVEN ON EARTH"  

     If you're visiting Crestone, Colorado for a getaway or private retreat         Shambala Eco-Village is the first place to start.  We provide a variety of     custom accommodations for individuals or groups with designs specializing       in sacred geometry, art, along with eco-friendly building since 1990.  

      This special Property is Located in the heart of beautiful downtown                  Crestone, a former mining town at the base of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of southern Colorado, which is among the most profound places on earth, with visitors from around the world gathering here to experience the               vortex, silence, peace, and presence of this very special place. 


   An ongoing project beginning with the main 1902 historic home now transformed   into the "Shambala Dragon House".  The village vision borne in 1998 accommodates    long term and short term stays.  The sacred apple trees from 1902 and a pure deep   filtered well waters make this place a unique healing location for personal creativity & transformation. Shambala Eco-Village offers yurts, domes, and tiny homes as well      as retreat houses located outside the center owned by other private community members. We are a network of accommodations, housing designing, staging, airbnb          hosting or direct booking assistants. Reach out with questions or come stay.


Shared Kitchen
Bath House

"We loved our stay in this special home! While we booked the place for a getaway for two.  Like others have said, this place has a peaceful flow to it."

—Audrey B.

"Unique place to stay near the heart of Crestone, CO. It’s decorated in a peaceful way and has breathtaking views. It’s a very secluded and peaceful place."

—Kristin R.

Such an amazing quiet place to stay. Townspeople we’re lovely and everything in walking distance. I loved the wildlife and the chickens that walk around there.

—Reyana J.

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