A two-day Graham Hancock Retreat hosted by Tyringham Initiative in Ibiza
Tuesday 30th October and Wednesday 31st October
Graham will explore recent findings from his last two books in this exclusive and intimate 2-day event with a maximum of 30 guests.
Presentations followed by Q and A sessions each morning and afternoon, with lunch provided.
Tickets – €300 for two days including lunch both days.
Early Bird tickets – €250 (available until midnight August 31st)
Please note that this is a non-residential ticket and accommodation is not included.
Please note that the retreat will take place between San Juan and San Lorenzo in the north/central part of the island, about 5 mins drive from each.
If searching for local accommodation, we suggest checking both San Juan and San Lorenzo for options, or the small towns of San Carlos, Santa Gertrudis and San Miguel are all about 15 mins away.
Graham will also be appearing at the Amorevore Food & Arts Festival in Ibiza, 26th to 28th October 2018
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