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Lions Roar : May 2007
Sponsored by Shambhala Mountain Center | For further information or a detailed itinerary, contact Tina Patterson at (888) 586–9958 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. India & Sikkim: Land of the Living Buddha October 18 – November 2, 2007 On this trip we will visit India’s most sacred sites, beginning with the place of Buddha’s enlightenment to where he gave his first dharma talk, followed by a stay in Varanasi, the eternal “City of Light.” We travel on to Sikkim, known as India’s Shangri-la, where we will spend time at Pemayangtse, the Sublime Lotus Monastery, and the rarely visited sites of Khandro Tshang Caves and Lake Khechepelri, both settings of the spiritual adventures of some of Tibet’s most famous gurus. $4,280 per person, international airfare not included Tour prices are per person, and they include international airfare from Los Angeles (except for India & Sikkim trip); air travel in Asia; first-class accommodations; meals as listed in detailed itinerary; all sightseeing led by our tour leader and local guides; and presentations, workshops and meditation sessions led by our teachers. If you can’t join us in Bhutan this year, save the following dates for our 2008 departure: April 10 – 25, 2008. Bhutan: Journey into the Heart of the Himalayas Led by Nicholas Egan | April 27 – May 11, 2007 This pilgrimage to the last living Buddhist kingdom will take us from the picturesque valleys of Paro to the bustling capital of Thimphu and on to Bumthang, the cultural heart of Bhutan, where the timeless teachings of Tibetan Buddhism are being preserved in the sacred halls of the valley’s ancient monasteries. $5,980 per person, includes airfare from Los Angeles Eastern Tibet: The Magic of the Windhorse Led by Larry Mermelstein | July 18 – August 12, 2007 Travel across the vast mountain plateau of Qinghai Province to the remote and rugged region of Eastern Tibet. We will join the Kham warriors for their annual horse festival before we journey over mountain passes and deep alpine gorges to Surmang Monastery, once the seat of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche. $6,950 per person, includes airfare from Los Angeles RonaldAnderson Bhutan | Eastern Tibet | India & Sikkim to the world’s most magical and enchanted regions with renowned Shambhala teachers and authors. Journe y