Iboga is the real deal, but you need safety
Tatayo is a tried and true shaman, well-respected amongst its peer in Gabon (quite a feat, as he's a westerner), but more importantly, he's a great human being, and therefore surrounds himself with like people. Plus, Ebando is the real stuff, as they're really doing something great for Gabon and its people.
I strongly encourage anyone who's seriously looking for healing/therapy and/or a "spiritual experience", to spend three weeks at Ebando's. Iboga won't disappoint you, you just have to go through eating it, it's the ordeal people tell it is, but life-changing as they also say.
Tatayo, his trainees and other initiates make the ceremony extremely safe and loving.
Number of people in ceremony: 15
As Africa goes, it's well above the norm. Don't expect luxury but you don't go there for that!
Great, true people all-around
Some issues with Visa but nothing dramatic, just prepare well in advance
Remember it's Africa!
Follow up integration
You won't be sent out in the wild afterwards as there's a follow-up of a week + Ebando creates ties, you'll be put in contact with other initiates from your country