The journey will start at the dawn of the day, the initial 25 kms of our outing travelling in a Tuk-Tuk. There onwards, we will begin to set on foot, a trekking that will last for 2 hours or so, through a jungle path passing a remote village. You will get to experience firsthand the livelihood of the village folks and their simplistic / minimalistic life style and what revolves around them. You will also be treated with sights of local fauna such as porcupines or mongooses which are very likley to come about on our way arriving at the Monastary. Budhist Monks do not cook food but rely on meals that are given to them by the buddhist followers. In the case of monastaries such as this, placed away from human interactions; devotees take turns in coming and staying for a day or two to cook and offer the 2 meals the monks require for a day. Whilst at the Monastary, you can experience and learn the fundamentals of Buddhist Beleifs as well as the fundamentals of Buddhist Monastic life.