I want go to Peru in 2014, to be more specific in March and stay there for a couple of months. I will be working these couple of months to gather some money for my trip.
But I really dont know what to do or which steps follow once that im there, i want to have an ayahuasca experience in the jungle but how can i accomplish that?]
Any peolple that have been there that could give me some advices of what to do? how much money i will need? and stuff lie that. I would really appreciate it.
@cesarmeed, There are all kinds of Ayahuasca Retreats out there, it just takes a little research.
An alternative to Ayahuasca is San Pedro, a sacred cactus. For that, I recommend finding Leslie Myburgh–a very experienced & gifted spiritual healer/guide. She owns and operates the Casa De La Gringa hostel in Cusco in the San Blas neighborhood. You won’t regret meeting her.
@cesarmeed, Today I was doing some research on the same things and came across the above mentioned Kapitari and was intrigued by how they offer a trip that includes seeing a lot of cool stuff like Machu Picchu(which I’ve always wanted to see) and other sacred Inca sites.
@donjaime23, See day three on the link
@oreilly, can you give me a little more details on how your experience was there?
Funny you say this because I have a trip booked in for 26 APR – 6 JUNE to go to Peru. Over these 5/6 weeks I plan on doing lots, visiting Macchu Picchu doing a 7 day salkantay trek, the South Coast ( Paracas, Dune buggying in Ica), A weeks worth of spanish school in Miraflores and lastly a 10-14 day (or as long as I can stay) retreat dealing with Ayahuasca…
I feel like I have a huge calling for it and as I have limited psychedelic experiences and limited travel experience I feel like I am experiencing something awesomely new :)! I have been listening to Joe Rogans podcast and he recommends Maestro Orlando Chujandra(sp?) aka “The Dragon” ahahhaha… Sounds pretty full on to me!
Anyway, feel free to message me about what you’re thinking for your trip. It’d be cool to know what someone else who is doing the exact same thing is thinking of.
I did 5 ceremonies at this center http://www.sankenmai.org with really small groups of 4 guests per ceremony. the other center I looked at had all really big groups sometimes over 20 guests per ceremony. It is run by to shipibo brothers who are some of the best shamens in the Amazon. If you are looking for a good ayahuasca experience with many ceremonies and small groups to do some work this is a great place to try