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Accommodations

Prajña Residence Hall

Our residence hall offers 19 rooms on two floors with stunning views of the San Juan mountains to the East and Ekajati peak to the West. The building is beautifully hand-painted with traditional Tibetan flower imagery on the window lintels. The outer plaster is a brilliant golden yellow ochre limestone that matches the Community Building. Our rooms offer beautifully decorated and extremely comfortable accommodations.  We hope that the amenities of the residence hall will allow more retreatants to take advantage of our retreats year-round.

Each double room includes two twin beds, a beautiful granite sink, and closet. In the hallway are separate baths, showers, and toilets. There are two queen bed rooms on each floor that have one queen bed and share a full bathroom between them. All rooms are stocked with high quality sheets and duvets; please bring your own towel.

Prajña Rooms

  • Double Room (two twin beds, double occupancy); hallway bath
  • Queen Double (one queen bed, double occupancy); semi-private bath
  • Single (one queen bed, single occupancy); semi-private bath
  • Triple (three twin beds): room sometimes available for families upon request; contact registrar for more information.

Prices are per person and are listed with retreat descriptions.

Dorm Yurt Housing (prices are per person)

Dorm yurt accommodations are available in a women’s yurt and men’s yurt. Both are large canvas yurts with 6-10 twin beds in an open clean communal space.  Each bed comes with a comfortable foam mattress, fitted sheet and pillow with pillow case. You must bring your own sleeping bag or blankets. All facilities, including meals and full baths, are in the Community Building.  No food is allowed in or near the yurts. For the safety of everyone, all personal items must be kept in the cubbies in the Community Building, with the exception of these items only: Clothes, bedding, water bottle, flashlight, paper and pen, bear spray and air horn.  Prices are per person and are listed with retreat descriptions.

Camping (prices are per person)

Camping is an option for anyone coming here during the warm months. Bring your own tent and gear and sleep under the big open sky on Tara Mandala’s beautiful land in one of our designated camping spots.  All facilities, including meals and full baths, are in the Community Building. Camping is free with the retreat fee. Because of the presence of wild animals on the land, no food is allowed in or near your tent. For the safety of everyone, all personal items must be kept in the cubbies in the Community Building, with the exception of these items only: Clothes, bedding, water bottle, flashlight, paper and pen, bear spray and air horn.  Very limited vehicle camping is available in the parking lot for campers and trucks under 20 feet long. Generators are not permitted and there are no hook-ups. Prices are per person and are listed with retreat descriptions.

During colder months (October 1 – May 15), camping is available inside the temple. You will be sleeping on the floor. Bring your own bedding and towel; shared bathing facilities are in the Community Building.

Commuting

Commuting is available for some retreats, please check the program page. In order to hold the container of the retreat, please plan to attend all sessions from 7 am to 9 pm. If you need to miss a session, please contact the Retreat Manager.  Prices are per person and are listed with retreat descriptions.