Repa Retreat is an extraordinary place for healing and for connecting with being. Its tranquil and secluded location makes it ideal for group retreats as well as solitary retreats.
Chogyal Rinpoche himself regularly retreats here for some quiet time and offers teachings and group retreats at the venue.
Located at an altitude of approx. 1600 m on top of a hill and overlooking the Kathmandu Valley, Repa Retreat is a place where one experiences deep relaxation, increased awareness and presence.
32 guests can be accommodated in two buildings (9 twin bedrooms and 3 shared rooms). If necessary, more beds can be set up. Two indoor spaces are available – perfect for meditation, yoga and the like. The one in the main building offers direct access to the terrace and the garden. Mats and cushions are available. The second one is located on the top floor of the so-called Repa Village House.
The food served is organic, vegetarian and freshly cooked.Transportation to the venue is included in the price. It is a one-hour drive from Kathmandu to the Repa Retreat. The last part of the journey involves a 20 to 30 minute hike up the hill on an unsealed access road. Your luggage is taken care of. If needed, and provided that the road is in usable condition, transport up the hill to the retreat place can be offered.
Repa Retreat is open for groups (min. 10 people) from March to mid October , after that it starts to get cold. Individual agreements for solitary retreats are possible.
The non-profit endeavour involves local people and young adults from Sertshang Orphanage Home in Kathmandu. Proceeds made from attendees during their visits are used for the upkeep of the Retreat center, and of other charitable BIA projects.
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