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Upcoming dates


Fri, Jul 26 - Led by German & Lupita - 5pm
Fri, Aug 02 - Led by Jean & Selin - 5pm
Sat, Aug 03 - Women Ceremony Led by Jamie - 5pm
Fri, Aug 09 - Led by Trampas & Jamie - 5pm
Mon, Aug 19 - Full Moon Ceremony Led by Milagros & Nacho - 5pm
Fri, Aug 23 - Led by Nacho - 5pm
Fri, Aug 30 - Led by Nacho - 5pm

go to our ABOUT US page to learn more about your facilitators


S/. 400 soles per person.

The payment will be collected before the ceremony.

• For private ceremonies please contact us


The Ayahuasca is a vine from the jungle and is known as a teacher plant for more than 75 tribes of the Amazon area, being the basis of their traditional medicine. It is cooked with leaves from a bush called Chacruna and is taken in a ceremony of reflection and cleanse.

For more information about this medicine: Ayahuasca, La Medicina del Alma(Diego Palma)

We hold ceremonies guided by facilitators with years of experience, in groups of 15-20 participants. We also hold Full Moon ayahuasca ceremonies to connect to the full potential of the moon and just as it completes a cycle and its energy intensifies so does ours.  


Ceremonies lasts around 5 to 6 hours and are hold at the Maha Temple at La Pacha (last building on the right following the unpaved road). You will be asked to arrive at 5pm and afterwards you can stay at the temple until the morning. If you arrive early you can wait in the cafeteria area (there is a sign "Piwicha cafe").


In order to register please fill in the form below and wait for a confirmation mail with general instructions .

The day of the ceremony specific instructions will be given.

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It is very important for us to know if you are taking any kind of medication (especially antidepressant medication), so please let us know when you sign in.

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Choose a date only from the schedule above.

Do you have any past experience with Ayahuasca in a ceremonial context?

If this is your first Ayahuasca ceremony with us, please write a brief explanation of your motivation to participate in the ceremony. Also, please indicate if you have previous experience with Ayahuasca.

IMPORTANT By clicking the SEND FORM button on the bottom you agree to the following terms :

I understand that shamanic work may include the use of traditional healing plants. I agree that I always have a choice whether or not to participate, and I agree to take full responsibility for the choices I make involving this work, both during and after the event.


To the best of my knowledge, I am in good physical condition and I am not aware of any physical, physiological, or psychological infirmity which would place me at risk to participate in any way within the ceremony activities.


I take full responsibility for my own belongings and safe transportation to and from the ayahuasca ceremony in the Sacred Valley.

I understand that the facilitators reserve the right to deny my participation if they deem that it would be unsafe for me, or for others, or for any other important reason. I agree to listen and follow the instructions given by the facilitators.


I take full responsibility for any damage that I may cause to the facility that is used for the ayahuasca ceremony in sacred valley.

I hereby RELEASE, WAIVE, DISCHARGE AND COMMIT NOT TO SUE the event leader, organizers and/or participants for any and all liabilities, claims, demands arising from or related to the event. I agree to participate with the purest intention of heart, promoting the health and well-being of all participants.

In signing this release (Clicking the Send Form button), I acknowledge and represent that I have read and understand the above and sign voluntarily; I excuse this release for full, adequate and complete release of liability.


Before participating in your Ayahuasca ceremony:

  • We recommend a light vegetarian lunch, reducing excessive amounts of sugar, salt and any hot sauce in preparation to receive the Ayahuasca brew into your system.

  • No Alcohol consumption 48 hours prior to the ceremony.

  • Avoid eating meat and heavy food 24 hours prior to the ceremony.

  • Eat an early lunch, and NO FOOD after 2 p.m.

  • Come with warm comfortable clothes and your water.

How to Arrive



From Cusco, it takes 40 minutes to get to Pisaq either by taxi for S/. 80 soles, or mini van (S/.5 soles) from Puputi street stations.

Once in the town of Pisaq, go to the bus station of “Pisaq – San Salvador” (before crossing the bridge to Pisaq). There are mini vans that will take you in a 10 minutes ride for S./ 2 soles to  “La Pacha – Maha Templo” stop (just before Cosco Ayllu local community, km 24.) The mini vans from Pisaq goes from 6am until 6.30pm.

Please be no later than 5pm and go directly to the Maha Templo or the cafeteria area just beside the Temple which is the last building on the property (around 200m from the main road).


La Pacha - Maha Templo

Km. 23.5 Carretera Pisaq - San Salvador

  • For accommodation on site click here
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