WINTER RETREAT TASMANIA - CRADLE MOUNTAIN

Mandala Magic and Cradle Mountain Hotel bring you a wonderful winter experience because we truly believe that life is not just surviving - it is what you make of it and in it.

BOOK AND PAY - CRADLE MOUNTAIN HOTEL

DATES: 29 July – 2 August 2018  5 days and 4 nights                                 

COST: $1499 (members of R.A.C.T. receive $100  discount) 

It is our wish that by being in this pristine environment, you will be touched by the beauty of the seasons and the power of our earth both inwardly and outwardly to renew, refresh and re-find the perspective of being human through an art experience.

And, winter is the perfect time to do this. Winter naturally slows us down giving us more time to rest; to retreat, be still and discover what warms our heart.

INCLUSIONS:

  • Accommodation four nights: twin share in the King Split-Level room OR Deluxe Twin room
  • Return transfer by bus from Devenport to Cradle Mountain
  • Visit to the mural town of Sheffield
  • Delicious hot breakfast daily
  • Afternoon teas
  • Daily lunch
  • Dinner two nights. Three course with complimentary glass of Tasmanian wine or soft drink prepared by the Hotels chef using locally sourced ingredients
  • Pre-dinner get together over a local wine and cheese on last night
  • All Master Mandala Art classes
  • Activities as per itinerary
  • National park entry fees
  • Specialized/Extra art materials

 

EXCLUSIONS:

  • Airfares or travel to Devenport
  • 3 evening meals  
  • WHAT TO DO NOW : Contact us by email. Your place is secured by a non refundable deposit of $500. On receipt of deposit we will send you a detailed itinerary and other information to make your retreat just that bit more special.

    Our cancellation policy.
    $500 deposit is non-refundable
    Up to 60 days prior departure we will refund 75%
    30 days prior departure funds will be forfeited.

 

“The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion that stands at the cradle of true art and true science.”
Albert Einstein, The World As I See It