This experience is a daytrip in which we will visit some interesting places in Hungary that are related to religious sustainable community called Nava Vraja Dhama and see their way of life in a quiet countryside not far from lake Balaton. On their property we will have a tour of the temple and other buildings used in their everyday life and see how they managed to become so sufficient.
Next we will visit the largest Buddhist peace stupa in Europe, near the village of Zalaszanto. The stupa is 30 meters high, located on a small hill in a serene environement, and it was consecrated by Dalai Lama. The stupa itself contains the teachings and relics of Buddha. It is a great place from where to send out the prayer of peace, and in the meditation house next to it we can spend some minutes trying to reach silence inside ourselves (optional).
Our last stop on this trip will be Keszthely town on the lake Balaton. It hosts a beautiful palace of Festetic family, a unique baroque beauty with a garden.
|START TIME||7.30 AM and 8.30 AM are start times from Zagreb and Varaždin respectively|
|START/RETURN LOCATION||If private tour – the lobby of your hotel. If open booking – in a convenient stop in city center.|
|INCLUDED||Guided service; Transportation; Vegeterian Indian Meal in Krishna Valley; guidance in Krishna Valley|
|NOT INCLUDED||Personal expenses|
|NUMBER OF PEOPLE||7|
|Pricing||70 euros per person for minimum of 6 persons. Or base cost of 340 euros.|
|Age||15 – 75|
– Nava Vraja Dhama is a religious community of people that live sustainablly and aim to live more in harmony with nature. The famous Hare Krishna movement aspires for long time to live in nature, and have achieved building their environment based on vedic principles of architecture and living. There we will join their guided tour.