Impressions of India

outsideOur most recent “Tibetan Path in India” tour ended a few weeks ago, and it was interesting to hear what some of the people who were on the journey had to say about it. Tour host Lisa Tully may be a bit red in the face from all the glowing praise she received. Here are some highlights:

Words cannot begin to describe how grateful I am to you for opening my eyes to this spiritual path and the lovely Tibetan people & culture. This trip has blown me away in every way and I truly was the happiest I have ever been in my life!

Every time I thought I had just had the most unique experience of my life, another new experience was already topping the previous one! Your unencumbered love and compassion Lisa shone through in the thoughtfulness and thoroughness you put into every small detail!

I was a little wary coming into such a different and foreign country, but it didn’t take long for me to have complete faith that all of my concerns and worries were baseless because we had such great leaders in you, Lama, Tenzin and Lobsang. This was a life changing life altering experience that I feel everyone needs to experience in their lifetime.

I felt VERY comfortable with the group and the tour leaders. I felt like every small detail had been thought through and at no point was I concerned about my well being or the details of the tour. With that said, I think it is important to stay flexible and roll with the punches. From the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU for everything!
-Kristin, USA

The Tibetan quarter of Delhi is a great little place to explore. There are many restaurants, which Lisa will point out to you! She even showed us where to get a wonderful pedicure for super cheap, which was welcomed after a long journey.

The journey to Dharmsala is long but totally worth it! You will really enjoy it! That town is amazing! The streets are narrow, and buzzing with people which we are told is only when the Dalai Lama is in town! Lisa plans out the days wonderfully allowing for plenty of free time to explore.

Have no fear on this spiritual journey for if you let yourself be open India will embrace you!
-Nisha, Canada

If you have been thinking about going on one of Lisa’s Tibetan Path tours but had some concerns, perhaps hearing about the experience from others will ease your mind.

There will be another similar program coming up November 16 – December 6, 2013. It also features a Tibetan Buddhist meditation retreat as well as attending teachings by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. To get more information please click here.

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