The Sacred Island Awaits
Led by Dr. Miles Neale along with special local guest teachers this authentic Buddhist pilgrimage takes you to the sacred Island of Sri Lanka.
Buddhist Culture &
Our program offers a profound immersion into Buddhist culture, philosophy, ritual and meditation practices set amidst the unmatched beauty of Sri Lanka’s lush, natural landscapes
Follow an Ancient Circuit
For 13 days we will follow a pilgrimage route that has been tread by devout pilgrims for 2,500 years. From Colombo to Kandy, Dambulla to Pollownarua, we culminate with the very auspicious atmasthana circuit in Anaradhapura venerating eight sacred sites visited by the Buddha himself.
13 nights of excuisite accommodations
Breakfast & dinners throughout including a special welcome & farewell dinners
Round trip group airport transfers
Designated Ayurva wellness coordinator
Expert guides & entrance fees to sacred sites
Buddhism alms giving donation at two sites
Special Ayurva wellness gift per person
Round trip international airfare
Passport and visa fees
Personal expenses and incidentals
Wellness and spa treatments available throughout
Required medical clearance & travel insurance
Donations for local guest teachers
Tips for guides, hotel staff and other personal services
Pricing and Application
$3,575 USD Double Occupancy
$4,275 USD Single Occupancy
To be considered for this pilgrimage you must first APPLY HERE
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Payments and Refunds
Upon acceptance a $500 nonrefundable deposits is requested by June 1, 2019
For deposits after June 1, 2019 please contact us.
50% balance due August 15 and final payment is due September 15, 2019
50% trip cost (minus deposit) is refunded if you cancel via email before October 15, 2019.
No refunds 45 days or less on or after October 16, 2019.
No refund during the pilgrimage even if for medical reason, so we require Travel Insurance.
Our partner Ayurva Traveller will assist you with all your travel needs.
“In each of us dwells a pilgrim. It is the part of us that wants to have direct contact with the sacred.”