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Journey to Sacred Valley

September 1st - September 7th

All Inclusive

Limited spots available

Embark on an journey into the heart of Peru's Sacred Valley. Set in the embrace of the Peruvian Andes, Aya Odyssey is a transformative adventure fusing yoga, mysticism, plant-medicine and soulful connection.

The setting: Sacred Valley, Peru

Nestled within the Peruvian Andes, the Sacred Valley, or Urubamba Valley, is a tapestry of lush fields, ancient Inca ruins, and meandering rivers, all under the watchful eyes of towering mountains. It was once the Inca Empire's breadbasket, and today, it stands as a living museum, a spiritual sanctuary dotted with sacred 'huacas' and ritual stones. This journey into the heart of mysticism and heritage offers more than a destination; it’s an invitation to connect with a past that pulses with life, to find rhythm, and rediscover oneself.

An expansive adventure into the heart of culture, mysticism, psychedelics and self-love.

Cacao Beverage, Tibetan Singing Bowl and Gemstones

Opening Cacao Ceremony & Sound Healing

Sunset meditation

Meditation, yoga & Despacho Ceremony

Incense for Inipi Ceremony

Meditation, yoga & Ayahuasca Ceremony

Integrative Spa Day

Machu Picchu

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Deep Restoration

Yoga, meditation & departure

From the moment you arrive until your departure, every aspect of Aya odyssey is designed to nurture your body, mind, and spirit.

All inclusive. all for you.

Yoga & Meditation

Awaken your vitality each day with yoga sessions for all levels of experience. Whether you're a seasoned practitioner or just getting started, our Hatha, Vinyasa, and Restorative sessions are tailored to meet you where you're at, aligning mind, body and spirit amidst the Sacred Valley's tranquil backdrop.

Munay Sonqo, Sacred Valley

At Munay Sonqo, tranquility meets rustic elegance. Each space is a haven of peace, offering you a place to rest and rejuvenate amidst the breathtaking landscapes of the Peruvian Andes. With rooms designed to harmonize with the natural surroundings, you'll find yourself sinking into a deep state of relaxation and comfort.

Vegetarian Nasi Kerabu

Gourmet Cuisine

Savor the flavors of the Sacred Valley with three abundant vegetarian meals daily, crafted from the freshest ingredients sourced from local organic farms. With options to cater to vegan, gluten-free, and dairy-free diets, every meal is an inclusive, communal experience.

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Ceremonial Cacao & Sound Healing

The Cacao Ceremony, referred to as ‘food of the Gods’ is an ancient heart opener, as its theobromine is a vasodilator relaxing muscles of the heart and increasing oxygen levels in the blood. This ceremony is accompanied with a sound healing of vibrational instruments from around the world and Andean sound singing.

Ayahuasca Ceremony

Our Ayahuasca ceremony is a deeply spiritual experience, held in the sacred embrace of the Peruvian Sacred Valley. This ancient ritual, rooted in indigenous traditions, offers a profound journey of self-discovery, healing, and connection with the universal energies and the earth. The ceremony is led by experienced master healers, or curanderos, who have been initiated into the healing traditions of the Queros and carry the wisdom of their ancestors.

Ritual: The ceremony begins after sunset, in a space that has been carefully prepared to be welcoming and safe. The curanderos start with protective prayers and icaros (healing songs) to open the sacred space and invite the spirits of the medicine. Participants are then invited to drink the Ayahuasca brew, a concoction made from the Ayahuasca vine and other plants. As the medicine takes effect, the curanderos guide the group through the experience with icaros, musical instruments, and chants, creating an environment where participants can journey inward.

The Journey: The Ayahuasca experience is unique to each individual, often involving profound visions, emotional release, and insights. Participants may encounter personal memories, symbolic imagery, or spiritual entities, offering lessons and healing. The curanderos are present throughout the night, offering support, guidance, and protection to ensure a safe and meaningful experience.

Integration: The ceremony is followed by a period of integration, where participants are given space and support to reflect on their experiences. This is a crucial part of the journey, allowing for the assimilation of insights and transformations encountered during the ceremony. Our retreat includes guided integration sessions in alignment with the most effective principles of psychedelic integration to help participants navigate their post-ceremony journey with grace and understanding.

The Ayahuasca ceremony is a central element of our retreat, offering an opportunity for deep healing, CLEARING OF DEBRIS and the reconnection with the essence of one’s being. It is a journey of transformation, guided by ancient wisdom and the compassionate spirit of the plant medicine.

Experience Highlights

Day One: Arrival, opening cacao ceremony, and sound healing to connect with the energy of the heart and the sacred land.

Day Two: Sunrise meditation, chakra yoga workshop, and Despacho ceremony to honor and give thanks to Pachamama.

Day Three: Ayahuasca ceremony, guided by master healers, providing a safe and enriching experience of spiritual significance.

Day Four: Munay Sonqo spa day for deep relaxation and psychedelic integration.

Day Five: Journey to Machu Picchu

Days Six & Seven: Meditation, yoga, journaling, and deep relaxation.

Who is this retreat for?

This retreat is crafted for the open-hearted, curious, adventurous, and soul-seeking individuals ready for an esoteric journey. It’s a fusion of science, mysticism, and philosophy, designed for those eager to explore new ways of thinking and being, in a setting rich with powerful energy and history.

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Jay Horton

Founder of Wild Heart Yoga Tribe, Jay is the philosopher’s yogi, thoughtfully weaving the art of living into classes that move body and soul. He is playful, passionate and has a knack for seeing your potential and guiding you towards deeper embodiment.

Your Hosts

Cameron Rosin

Cam is an adventurer at heart with an inner-radar calibrated to passion and purpose. Driven by the desire to touch lives, Cam expresses his insights through yoga, plant-medicine guidance, river rafting and the word, among other things.


What should I bring?

Expect cold nights and warm days so brining clothing that you can yoga, sweat, and be active in but also bundle up and be warm if temperatures drop. Average temp in September is 20* Celsius or 70* Fahrenheit.

Altitude sickness tablets if you’re new to high elevation.

We suggest back backs rather then rolling suitcases.

Hiking shoes will be helpful.

Do I need a visa?

U.S. citizens traveling to Peru do not need to obtain a visa if their stay is under 183 days. Australian tourists don't need a visa. You can get a permit to stay for up to 3 months when you arrive. Double check the most current information.

Where do I fly into?

Cusco, Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport.

When should I arrive?

We recommend August 30-31st so you can rest before heading to the retreat and not have to worry if your flight gets in late. We have organised a cosmic water pilgrimage around Cusco for our arrival on the 1st and then we will head to the retreat. Please be available for pick up around 9am on the 1st.


What’s not included?

Flights, insurance, early arrival accommodation, extra meals, drinks, souvenirs, or extra massages, and activities.

Do I have to partake in the Ayahuasca Ceremony?

No, if you’re not comfortable we will not pressure you. Please note that we don’t offer discounts to those not attending ceremonies.

Can a group of us sign up together?

Yes, we have 3 different lodges so if you have a group larger than 3 we can make sure you’re all in the same lodge together.

Can I share a room with someone I don’t know?

Yes so long as your both comfortable boarding with a new friend 🤗.


What are the food options?

3 abundant vegetarian meals served in buffet form.

Many of the ingredients used come from the organic farms of Sach’a Munay, the NGO we support.


Breakfast, lunch & dinner

• Dessert the first and last evening

• Snacks, available all day

• Fruits, available all day

• Assorted teas, available all hours

• Assorted infusions, available all hours • Kangen water, available all hours.

(If doing ayahuasca it is recommended you abstain from alcohol, tobacco, sugar, caffeine, meat, and sex for 2 weeks prior to the ceremony)*

➔ We are able to cater for vegan, gluten free, and dairy free dietary requirements Anyother restriction (e.g.celiac/keto/other) has an additional cost of $25 per day per person to cover an extra chef.

➔ Chicken or fish can be served for lunch or dinner for an additional $5 per person per meal upon prior request (minimum one day in advance)

➔ If traveling off site we arrange boxed meals to take away

Reserve Your Position in the Aya Odyssey

*Flights are not included in reservation price.

Single Private Room

$4,070 USD


Double Room

$3,630 USD


Triple Room

$3,330 USD PP


Cancellation Policy

Please note all payments are final and nonrefundable. By signing up for this retreat you are committing to this journey. Should a pandemic level event, natural disaster, or dangerous situation arise we will refund any and all amounts outstanding minus cost lost due to bookings and associated fees.

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Reserve your space on a life changing adventure today.

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