All ground transportation in India, within the itinerary
Accommodation & two meals per day, usually breakfast and dinner and 1 meal on arrival and departure day.
All required tips and taxes
Professional local guides, and tour leaders
All hotels, Trips, Restaurants etc have been personally inspected by the Teachers.
Price does not include:
Flight to and from India; passport and visa fees; travel insurance; excess baggage charges; beverages; any transportation outside of group activities.
*Special note: if you book a shared accommodation but there is no one to share with you, you’ll need to pay the upgraded occupancy rate.
Visa: The easiest way to obtain a visa is to go to a near by Indian Embassy.
Flights: You can fly on your own to Delhi. The airport designation is DEL.
This trip is one chapter of a two-parted journey through the sacred heart of India with Visvambhar, Petros and Shreyas. Please be invited to join the whole experience, starting with a Kirtan adventure in the Himalayas and followed by the pilgrimage to the holy land of Vraja.
Participants, who join the whole trip are offered a discount. Please find the pricing through the link.
After your booking is a deposit needed of 20% of the total amount.
The rest of the amount needs to be paid 4 weeks before arrival.
There are special cancellation & rebooking conditions for our group trips:
until 30 days before departure 50%
until 29-15 days before departure 60%
until 14-7 days before departure 80%
until 6 days – no show 100% of the price.
An Alteration is possible for a fee of 80,- €. (For example, to another date or another Retreat)
Traveldate: October 16 - October 23 2022
Bhakti | Kirtan | Satsang | Yoga
Govardhan, the hill most sacred to devotional practitioners.
We will practice Yoga and Satsang at Kusum Sarovar, day trip to Badrinath, Shiva Ratri in Kedarnath, day trip to various pilgrimage places like Barsana (Radha’s home), Nandagaon (Krsna’s home), and Jatipura.
Vrindavan, the town of 5000 temples at the center of the Sacred whorl of Vraj.
There will be time for shopping at the world renowned Loi Bazaar (famous for clothing, jewelry and various worship articles). We will visit and sing in various temples including Raman Reti, Bhelvan, Gokul, and the special opportunity to experience a boat ride on the Yamuna River.
The external places that we visit may be sacred hills, rivers and temples, while the internal journeys are inspired through personal practice and meeting with beings of great wisdom who recognize our internal mapping. These are locations where the divine is intuitively present and experienced. Every day, huge numbers of Yatris (pilgrims) visit these sacred places to have “Darshan” of their favourite gods or goddesses. Darshan derives from the Sanskrit verb ‘drs’: ‘to see’ or also ‘to be seen’. Not only do we seek to see the deity but also to be seen by the Divine. It brings us spiritual renewal.
The ancient ‘Puranas’ of India are large literal volumes containing stories of the makings of the universe as well as fascinating tales of innumerable gods and goddesses. The geography of the Puranas coincides with that of the entire Indian sub-continent. Countless places mentioned in these ancient texts are alive today and are important places of yatra.