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Dates, Cost & Enrollment

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Dates & Location

Begins: 13th September 2012
Ends: 23rd September 2012
Duration: 11 days

Our Indonesian Spiritual Adventure is set to begin and conclude in Bali.

Our journey will take us to the following islands in Indonesia: Bali, Lombok, Gili Islands and Central Java.

Important Note

Participation will be based on domestic flight availability between the islands. There are four flights in total and early enrolment will ensure availability. Participation is on a first come first served basis.

Enrollment Fees

Fees cover, for the duration of the adventure:

  • accommodations (based on double occupancy). Hotels are 4 to 5 star luxury seaside and inland resorts.
  • breakfast, lunch and dinner meals (all vegetarian) that are arranged by the coordinator during the group trip (except for 2 lunches)
  • Classes conducted by Dandapani and study materials
  • Entrance fees to all monuments during group excursions
  • Cultural performances
  • All coach and boat transportation
  • The following group flights:
    • Denpasar (Bali) to Lombok
    • Lombok to Yogyakarta (via Surabaya)
    • Yogyakarta to Denpasar (Bali)
  • All group excursions and activites

Single rooms available at additional cost.

Participants are responsible for providing their own round-trip air travel arrangements to Denpasar, Indonesia. Prices also do not include personal incidentals, beverages, laundry and optional private excursions.

Prices are based on cost and exchange rates at time of publication and are subject to change. Late fees may apply for any application received between 0 and 30 days to the date of the commencement of the program.

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How to Enroll

In order to apply for this spiritual adventure, please complete an application form which can be acquired by e-mailing info@vedicodyssey.com.

Enrollment occurs upon approval of your application by Vedic Odyssey. Vedic Odyssey reserves the right to qualify which applicants may or may not participate. Enrollment is based on a first-come, first-served basis.

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