is a Sanskrit word, meaning ‘indestructible and hard like a diamond.’ It is the quintessential symbol of Vajrayana Buddhism and, the indivisible and indestructible state of enlightenment or Buddha hood. ‘Guru’ means a master or teacher who embodies the qualities of all Buddhas and Bodhisattvas. Combined, these names infer indestructible and immutable master who guides one and all to the path of supreme bliss. The Vajra Guru Spiritual Travels is for guests seeking a holy pilgrimage that will bestow healing spiritual wisdom upon those using the services of this agency.
Vajra Guru Spiritual Travel has been established with the aim to serve and guide senior citizens, spiritual friends, and Dharma seekers through theoretical and practical experiences while in the Kingdom of Bhutan. We offer you the highest quality services, care and personal attention that you will cherish for a lifetime. Being learned and experienced in the field of Buddhism, the proprietor himself guides and delivers a series of talk on various Buddhist themes, followed by visualization meditation at the end of each trip. With a team of honest and dedicated staff, the agency works for the good and comfort of our spiritual visitors and friends. We can assure that your spiritual journey through Bhutan will be comfortable, even memorable, and an enlightening experience.
We extend a warm welcome to all spiritual friends and Dharma seekers to Bhutan, the only country where the traveler, in quest for peace, tranquility, and harmony will find perfect bliss and serenity. Amidst monasteries, fluttering prayer flags, friendly people, beautiful scenery, green valleys and exciting architecture, the traveler wakes up to the deeper, joyful realization of the true nature that resides in all of us.
Longchen Ramjampa, a great 14th century Nyingma scholar-saint, describes Bhutan as a 2nd Kailash or hidden land of Devas, a Devas’s park and grove, a paradise, a residence of heroes and dakinis. It is believed that just being in this land, is sufficient for one to attain liberation.