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Why take a trip to an Ayahuasca Retreat in Peru?

People often talk about the trip of a lifetime. Yet here at Life of Riley, we have no need for hyperbole... we know this is the trip of a lifetime because it is the change you've been looking for all your life. 

Ayahuasca is a plant medicine that has been used in South America for emotional healing, gaining spiritual enlightenment and becoming closer to the spirit world for centuries. Imbibed as part of a tea-drinking ceremony - ayahuasca purportedly brings many positive effects, from healing emotional trauma to breaking free from their ego. Indeed, many people who have tried ayahuasca have reported finding their true purpose in life and some even claim to have been cured of sickness. 

The medicine is a strong hallucinogenic and perhaps not for the faint of heart as trips can be very intense - therefore we recommend you read up on ayahuasca before journeying to Peru!

Why is Etnikas the safest, most trusted retreat for ayahuasca?

Located in the Sacred Valley, 2 hrs from Machu Picchu, Etnikas boasts over 30 years’ experience studying and serving Inca ayahuasca ceremonies and have settled on a method that focuses on bringing about strong spiritual, mental and physical change, allowing people to begin life anew.

Ayahuasca ceremonies are conducted under strict supervision by seasoned professionals, shamans from the Shipibo Tribe and a doctor in on-site 24/7. Etnikas is the only retreat to have been recognized by the Peruvian Ministry of Health for its method in performing safe Ayahuasca ceremonies.

Etnikas has become the number one destination for those wishing to make great strides in changing their lives. So if you're looking for change, needing to heal emotional wounds or longing to find your purpose in life, this could be the answer. (Do your own research and consult with a doctor on this one)

In short:

  • Drink ayahuasca and enter the ancient spirit world
  • Heal your traumas and perhaps find meaning to life
  • Break from technology to meditate, practice yoga and stargaze high in the Andes
  • Stay at this Integrative Healing Clinic and focus on social work efforts
  • Travel to deepest, darkest Peru like Paddington Bear!
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