Ten Day Ayahuasca & San Pedro RetreatsAyahuasca Retreat Group, Sacred Valley, Cusco, Peru

Our retreats run from the 1st to the 10th and 17th to 26th of every month.

We will meet you at Cusco airport and bring you to our beautiful resort at Tambo del Caminante. The journey will take approximately an hour and a quarter and there will be opportunities on the journey to stop and take photographs of the beautiful Sacred Valley.

We try to be flexible and respond where possible to individuals requests by providing more Ayahuasca or San Pedro ceremonies. It is important to recognise that every person is an individual and responds to the medicines differently. Some integrate Ayahuasca more quickly than others, some prefer San Pedro. It is not a competition to see how much or how often the medicines can be taken. Maximising the benefit from each ceremony is our priority.

We start every ceremony with a meditation that brings a calm and relaxed state to prepare for the experience.

A Typical Retreat Schedule:

Day 1 – Arrival & Coca Ceremony

  • 9-11am Pick up in Cusco (depending on incoming flights)
  • Introductions
  • Coca 
  • 6pm Dinner
  • 7-9pm, evening group session - with the aid of videos relating to the sacred plants
    we explain what happens in ceremonies and what to expect. This also helps understand the
    terms we use so we all have a common vocabulary, typically what we mean by 'left' and 'right' brain.

 

Day 2 – Day San Pedro Ceremony

  • 7am Preparation, drinking 1L of water
  • 8am San Pedro Ceremony - Meditation prior to a ceremony is a fundemental 
    part of what we offer, it prepares people for the journey they are about to undertake.
  • 2-3pm We break fast with watermelon and tea.
  • 6pm Dinner
  • 7-9pm Evening group session albeit often this does not happen as people sometimes prefer to
    maintain their own space.

 

Day 3 – Night Ayahuasca Ceremony

  • 8-9am Breakfast. People sometimes have a massage or we take them to the fascinating Museum Inkariy or Pizac market.
    The essence of the day is relaxation and preparation.
  • 1pm Lunch
  • Rest and fast
  • 6pm Cacao
  • 7pm Ayahuasca Ceremony
  • 11pm Some go straight to bed others like late night snacks and tea. 

Day 4 – Rest & Integrate

These days are flexible and at the discretion of clients. Some like to 'do something' whilst others just want to relax and have a massage.

For those that are interested David can do a Past Life Regression. Regressions following plant ceremonies  can be very informative
and add to the understanding of self.

Inclussive within our package is Unno Spa. The Spa is approximately a ten minute drive away. Clients can and relax around the outdoor pool
or enjoy the three internal pools of the Spa, a sauna or steam room. 

Massages

Margaret Gallagher our masseuse, she has built an excellent reputation, the feedback we receive from clients remarkable. Margaret is from California and specialises in therapeutic, relaxation, energetic and Ayurvedic techniques, her cranial sacral massage being David's favourite. Sessions can be arranged with Margaret on rest days. Sessions with Margret are inclussive.

Day 5 – Day San Pedro Ceremony

San Pedro Cuddle - Cusco, Peru

  • 7am Preparation, drinking 1L of water
  • 8am San Pedro Ceremony - Meditation prior to a ceremony is a fundemental 
    part of what we offer, it prepares people for the journey they are about to undertake.
  • 2-3pm We break fast with watermelon and tea.
  • 6pm Dinner
  • 7-9pm Evening group session albeit often this does not happen as people sometimes prefer to
    maintain their own space.

Day 6 – Night Ayahuasca Ceremony

  • 8-9am Breakfast. People sometimes have a massage or we take them to the fascinating Museum Inkariy or Pizac market.
    The essence of the day is relaxation and preparation.
  • 1pm Lunch
  • Rest and fast
  • 6pm Cacao
  • 7pm Ayahuasca Ceremony
  • 11pm Some go straight to bed others like late night snacks and tea. 

Day 7 – Trip to Machu Picchu (Optional extra) or the Unno Spa

This is a rest day where again visist the Spa mentioned on Day 4 above. If you wanted to you could go to Machu Picchu.
As of July 1st 2017 the entry times to Machu Picchu changed. There are also now a comprehensive list of restrictions such
as camera tripods and selfie sticks.

For Machu Picchu you need to budget approximately $250 - 300 per person. The train fare is around $150 return
and the coach from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu and the entry ticket around $70. The taxi from
Ollantaytambo back to Munay Medicine is about $20. - 3 hours is usually sufficient to see the site, it is not large. 
Passports must be shown for the train and to enter Machu Picchu.

Day 8 – Day San Pedro or Night Ayahuasca Ceremony

  • Optional day or night San Pedro or Ayahuasca Ceremony
  • 8-9am Breakfast (if no day ceremony)
  • 1pm Lunch (if no day ceremony)
  • Rest and fast
  • 6pm Dinner (if no night ceremony)
  • Late night snacks and tea

Day 9 – Rest and integrate

  • Prepare for return - It is important to fully integrate and settle before setting off on the journey home.
    Options include the Spa, a massage or just relaxing in the beautiful grounds of Munay and enjoying the scenery.

 

 

Day 10 – Departure from Munay Medicine :(

  • 8-9am Breakfast and closing group session.
  • Departure for Cusco airport. Times vary depending on individual needs.

 

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