Sacred Site Seeing

Transformational Adventures

Journey to the Source I

A Pilgrimage to the Motherland of Yoga -Incredible India!

Delhi-Rishikesh-Himalayas-Taj Mahal


Amazing sacred places – Yoga Meditation – Ashram living
The HimalayasDelhi – Taj Mahal

And a comfortable, safe, travel adventure


Ukimath Basecamp
Taj Mahal

Make way to experience the profound wisdom called yoga and the wonder, beauty, and cultural richness of the place where it was born

Take time to delve into yoga meditation at a leading Ashram

Inspire yourself with a taste of the great Himalayas

See Delhi, a city with an ancient and complex history, a meeting ground of many faiths where spiritually vibrant sites can still be found.

Witness a wonder within a wonder, the Taj Mahal!


Ukimath Basecamp
Himalayan Views!
(click photos)

See Shiva temples of the Himalayan range and the official start of the Ganges at Devprayag.

Delhi, Taj Mahal, as well as rivers, mountains, village life and temples with their mysterious and serene vibrations will be experienced.  Opportunities to learn and deepen yoga/meditation practice will also enhance your journey.


Multiple dates are available, and arranged to your schedule.

More Details, Itinerary, etc. here 


Journey to the Source II

Classical India


See wonders that make India the wonder that it is!

(similar to Journey to the Source 1 with Khajuraho-Varanasi addition)


Day 1 – 2 Delhi
Day 3 Delhi-Agra (Taj)
Day 4 Agra
Day 5 Agra/Delhi
Day 6 Delhi-Rishikesh
Day 7 – 9 Rishikesh – Yoga / Meditation Program at Swami Rama Sadhaka Grama
Day 10 Rishikesh – Delhi
Day 11 Delhi – Khajuraho
Day 12 Khajuraho
Day 13 Khajuraho – Varanasi by Flight
Day 14 Varanasi


Cost U.S. $


  • All accommodation
  • meals
  • Lodging, programme and meals
  • transportation within India,
  • guides and escort

Does not include:

  • park fees
  • gratuities
  • Pack animals if desired for mountain shrine trek(instead of walking)


Sikkim Adventure

“Pilgrimage to the Himalayas, Journey to Sikkim”
with Swami Ma Radha
April 5 - 11 2015


Guru Rimpoche Statue at SamdruptseTallest statue of Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava) in the world, at 36 metres (120 ft) located in Sikkim. He is considered the patron saint of Sikkim.


Statue of Padmasambhava at SRSG, Rishikesh

Padmasambhava at SRSG


Of the 2,500 kilometer (1,500 mile) arc of the land mass called the Himalayan mountain range, the Indian state called Sikkim can be found in the southeasterly portion, sandwiched between Nepal to the West and Bhutan to the East with the Tibetan autonomous region also to the East and North.

Little is known about Sikkim's ancient history.  The earliest historical mention of Sikkim is a record of the passage of the Buddhist saint Padmasambhava, (also known as Guru Rinpoche), through the land in the 8th century AD. The Guru is reported to have introduced Buddhism to the country, blessed the land, and foretold the era of monarchy that would arrive in Sikkim centuries later.

A geographically diverse country with awe inspiring Himalayan natural beauty, Sikkim contains socio-cultural fascination and spiritual political intrigue that continues to this day.

Come explore the reach of the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, linked to the Himalayan Tradition (Sri Swami Rama’s grand guru was from Tibet), in another region of Hindu-Buddhist harmony in India.

Please see this article on Wikipedia for much more detail (via Wikiwand for better formatting):

The country Sikkim, indicated with a red circle

7 days 6 nights

Opportunities for guided meditation and spiritual discussions with Swami Ma Radha throughout

Day 1

Day 2

Afternoon departure from Rishikesh to Delhi by bus/overnight hotel

Fly to Bagdogra airport and drive to Gangtok- settle in at hotel go over the next day’s activities

Day 3 Sight-seeing Gangtok: Rumtek Monastery, Ban Jhakri waterfalls, Do Drul Chorten (Stupa) Tibetology Center
Day 4 Full day excursion to Changu Lake, Baba Mandir and back
Day 5 Drive from Gangtok to Pelling 120 kms / 5 hrs approx.  Overnight hotel
Day 6 Sightseeing in Pelling visiting Khechipalri Lake, Rambi Falls, Kanchenjunga Falls, Pemayangste Monastery and Rabtense Ruins.
Day 7 Drive from Pelling to Bagdogra Airport.  Fly to Delhi – to onward destination.

Cost:  U.S.  $1,075.00 per person if paid in full by 29 January, $1,175 after that.
         double occupancy /minimum 10 participants (+1-Ma Radha)

Package cost includes the following specific services:


Six night’s hotel accommodation (as per itinerary), win sharing basis, includes all existing taxes. Single room supplement available.


Accommodation based on Bed and Breakfast + Dinner Basis.


Domestic flights – Delhi-Sikkim-Delhi


Local English speaking guide service during visit.


Meeting and assistance on arrival/departure by travel representative.

Transfer from airport to hotels and vice-versa.

Transfers, sightseeing tours, excursion as per programme

Gangtok Sightseeing using Non AC Van/Similar

Cost does not include:

  • Airfare from your home country to India
  • CAMERA FEES- At monuments etc. , Monument entrances
  • ITEMS OF PERSONAL NATURE - such as laundry, table drinks, telephone bills, tips to room boys, drivers, guides, Personal Clothing including sleeping bags etc.
  • Any other services not mentioned in our heading “package includes”.


-        Baggage weight limit on domestic flights is 15 kg.  Opportunities for storage of some baggage in Delhi (nominal charges applied)

-        Updated detailed itinerary information will be sent three weeks prior to trip departure.


Register here


Additional notes:
Photo of SRSG Padmasambhava by Manuel Tama
Photo of Sikkim Padmasambhava from Wikipedia
Some text of Sikkim description from Wikipedia

Individualized Journeys

For yoga/meditation practitioners

If you are a yoga/meditation practitioner with an established sadhana, we would be happy to suggest or recommend sites that you might find helpful to support you and your sangha members on the path.

Please fill out our pilgrim questionnaire to help us make the right fit for you.

Minimum group of 3

For those new on the path...

If you are new to the path of yoga/meditation we would suggest participating in our Journeys to the Source offering to become more familiar with the practice of pilgrimage at an introductory level.

Coming Up!

Here are some of the upcoming tours and excursions planned for the 2014 - 2015 season. Please click on each title to see additional detail.

For Yoga Teachers

If you are a yoga teacher with an active center and happy students that want to discover India with you, we would love to help. We can not only introduce you to the wonder that is India, but can also make arrangements for you to act as teacher (as well as student) during your trip. We have connections with numerous energetically charged locations for you to guide classes as well as well as places for you to step back and let others handle your group to allow you time for your own spiritual renewal and revitalization.
We pride ourselves on designing trips that take into account your own personal goals and aims; goals for your students, yourself and your center. We can adjust, create, and recommend people, places and things to experience given what these goals and aims are. Let us know what they might be, and we shall do our best, given our resources, to help you meet those aims.