Iquitos and Sacred Valley in Peru
Overall my experience with Pulse tours was an amazing one. I spent 3 weeks in the jungle, receiving 12 aya ceremonies, 2 nunu and 2 kambo in the duration. The staff was very helpful and honest. They seemed to have a interest in helping with your problems and assisting in your healing. I never felt pressured to participate in anything or to perceive things in a certain way. This was my first time drinking ayahuasca and although I have no experience with other brews I feel safe to say Pulse tours Ayahuasca is a good strength. It was a great worry of mine that I would arrive to find perticularily weak aya brew but, by the first ceremony I was blown away by the power of the brew. Although Pulse tours was a wonderous place to experience aya, especially for my first time, there was an uneasing sense of commercialization and misled intention. It felt as if some of the culture had been lost and consciously or unconsciously facillatators and shamans alike were there more for their own development and profit than for others. I was also somewhat disapointed in the shamans ability to hold down the ceremonial space. With that said I am still very grateful of my experience at Pulse and rate it 4 stars.