Doing research before attending any retreat (e.g. Sinchi Runa)

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Hello everyone,

Did anyone attended Ayahuasca retreat with Sinchi Runa?
I'd like to attend one Ayahuasca retreat with Sinchi Runa (one product from, you can read more about them here
I've noticed they have 27 reviews on and people are very satisfied about what they found there and how the retreat went and also about the plants.

I was curious if anyone attended any retreat with Sinchi Runa and if he/she can share more about the retreat and have an honest opinion about the experience.
I'm really  determined to attend one of these retreats and I just want to hear some more opinions before going there. If anyone has other great experience in other places (preferably in Europe) I'd be glad to hear them.


Edited by remussirca

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Does anyone know some methods to review/find out more about these companies offering Ayahuasca retreats?
My approach was:
Looking on crunchbase and checking the platform, they seem to be a decent serious platform, Founded in 2014, has over 0.5 mil in revenues, over 1 mil from investors + great reviews (on glassdoor and other platforms) from consumers and also from the companies offering products through them.

Second I've tried to find as much as I could about Sinchi Runa, there are some testimonials from people attending them retreats on YouTube, then there are 27 great reviews on this platform (concluding the platform is treatable, we can assume the reviews were not faked and nobody had a bad review and these reviews cannot be deleted). I've found other websites ranking them retreats very well.

Third I've sent an email asking for more info from this platform and now I'm waiting for an answer.

Last but not least I've posted on where people with similar interests might had stumble upon Sinchi Runa and could give me valuable insights.

If someone has other ideas about how to do research on this kind of topics, I'm open for suggestions.
Hope I've inspired some of you in doing proper research before attending any retreat.

Edited by remussirca

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I received my answer from point 3 stated above, the answer from platform regarding Sinchi Runa.

"Hey Remus,

While I don't have any personal experience with their retreats but they're one of our highest recommended clients. Our dealings with them have been nothing but awesome and I've heard nothing but good things! They've had 241 people register on retreat with them in just over a year since they began with us. Let me know if I can answer any further questions "

Exactly what I was looking for.
To sum all together I cannot find anything but great feedback regarding Sinchi Runa. Not only on them personal website but everywhere I was looking, from this platform where they are selling the course to another review type of website for retreats and of course some testimonials from people attending past retreats.

Therefore I made up my mind and I'll attend one of them Ayahuasca retreats. I'll come back to this post and have a comprehensive review and integration of the lessons.
Until then I'm going to prepare myself for the retreat, getting concrete specific detailed about what do I want to take out of this psychedelic experience (have at least 5 points well structured), read more about other's experiences such that I'll try to avoid the common traps and pitfalls.
And last but not least cure my body, through a well-structured diet/lifestyle.

If anyone has any other ideas on how to extend the research/ or has already participated, feel free to give me some tips.

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