Current Pilgrimages with

Tricycle: The Buddhist Review

We are thrilled to partner with Tricycle: The Buddhist Review to create engaging, transformative Buddhist experiences around the globe. Please click the “Learn More” links below to see all the details for each trip currently open for registration. You can contact us directly with further questions at [email protected].

Pilgrimage to Angkor

January 8-18, 2019

with Helen Tworkov, founder of Tricycle: The Buddhist Review, and owners of RetreaTours, BJ Graf & Lauren Rathvon

Discover the magic of the Angkor Wat complex of temples while engaging in modern Theravada culture.  We’ll explore ancient Buddhist sites in Siem Reap, Cambodia and Bangkok/Ayutthaya, Thailand (2 full days in Bangkok on arrival in SE Asia).

Pilgrimage to Sri Lanka

January 7–18, 2019

with Andrew Olendzki, PhD & Tricycle: The Buddhist Review editor and publisher James Shaheen

An in-depth exploration of Sri Lanka’s Cultural Triangle: Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa, Sigiriya, Dambulla & Kandy. Enjoy a memorable jeep safari to spot wild Asian elephants!

Pilgrimage to Ladakh

June 17–28, 2019

with Tricycle: The Buddhist Review Associate Publisher Sam Mowe & owners of RetreaTours, BJ Graf and Lauren Rathvon

Engage with the local Ladakhi culture and explore ancient Tibetan Buddhist sites during this transformative journey high in the Himalayas.

Footsteps of the Buddha

November 2019

We will be releasing details of a November 2019 Footsteps of the Buddha journey before the end of this year. Please click the button below to be notified when these details are released!

Please explore our other destinations in the menu above—we specialize in Around the World journeys, as well as trips to the Galapagos, Egypt, and more!






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