My experience with Kapitari, I feel, couldn’t have been more perfect. I chose the retreat initially because of the transparency of their website in regards to where the money went and what other testimonials I had read on other forums about their retreat. I received everything and more from what I expected to get out of the whole experience. The location itself and amenities were 100% authentic and yet surprisingly luxurious and comfortable. The facilitators who helped run the week were amazing and played a pivotal part in everyone’s self development throughout the whole time and I couldn’t thank them enough. They held consultations/debriefs the next day after each ceremony which were just as important as the ceremonies themselves. Our shaman, Don Lucho, his son and whole family were so accommodating and took great care of us the whole week, let alone during the actual ceremonies. The ceremonies themselves were incredible. Personally I couldn’t have felt more prepared and ready to dive into the retreat head first and it’s all thanks to everyone involved with Kapitari. In regards to the aya itself, all I can say is that you just have to make the step and do it. Don’t take anyone’s experience for your own, the fact that your reading this, I feel it means your ready to experience it for yourself. Peace and love ?