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AYA-HUASCA CEREMONY, is a very important part of the body cleansing process, a tradition and ancestral knowledge that was born in the jungle thousands of years ago, the Ceremony has its origins in the Amazon jungle; It constitutes a deep link between humanity and nature, this ceremony is a knowledge that continues to be practiced to this day in Peru; Thanks to this we can heal the body, soul and mind.
The Aya-huasca Ceremony is a highly recommended experience, especially for people who want a significant life change, on a spiritual level and above all, a unique experience in the world.
“Aya-huasca” is a Quechua word that means “vine or rope of the spirits”, it is a mixture of several plants including Aya-huasca, which is a type of vine, and another is Chacruna, which is a plant of elongated green leaves. These are boiled for hours to obtain as a result a final drink, which is what we use in our ceremonies.
In short, a unique experience that you must experience.
Cusco Hotel Transfer
Our ceremony begins by picking you up from your respective hotel; to then go to our country house, located in the town of Chinchero, a place of energy and contact with nature, where we will begin this great experience.
From the beginning, our Andean shaman will make us participate in various therapies and cleanings prior to the Aya-huasca ceremony, and then proceed with the Aya-huasca drink; where our Andean shaman will lead the ceremony, the spiritual cleansing from the lowest level of our consciousness.
Later we will spend the night in our country house; since the ceremony will take several hours and then we will have to rest.
The next day, even with the effects of the ceremony, we will have a light breakfast, and the ceremony will end with spiritual breaks and relaxation.
In the afternoon our private transport will take you back to the city of Cusco; Meanwhile you will enjoy the beautiful landscape of the route surrounded by fantastic snow-capped mountains.