Day Visitors

You are welcome to come for a walk or to visit the center to turn a prayer wheel, visit the stupa or one of our other amazing shrines. We request a $10-$20 donation to help us maintain our trails and property.

Retreats, Meetings or Conferences

Bring friends, staff or a work group to Land of Medicine Buddha and let them bask in the magic and peace of our quiet setting. We provide beautiful meeting rooms and scrumptious vegetarian meals served buffet style. Take advantage of our woodland paths, swimming, massages or sauna. We can also offer meditation, sound healing, qi-gong classes or Buddhist talks to enrich your day. To check availability, please contact us using the form below.

Group Tours and Visits

If you’re group is larger than 6 people, please contact LMB Reception Office to schedule your visit and arrange any meal plans, schedule a personalized tour or a Dharma talk (for an additional donation). Land of Medicine Buddha works hard to maintain just the right environment for your hikes.

By making a donation from groups that visit the land you help ensure the sustainability of our center. To get more information or schedule one of these day events, please contact the Reception office by phone (831) 462-8383, or email (see sidebar). Please give us at least 48 hours notice.

PLEASE NOTE: We are no longer taking bookings for hiking groups. The entrance to Nisene Marks State Park is at Aptos Creek Fire Rd, Aptos, CA 95003. Please use that entrance for your hike.

Daylong Booking Request

    Your Name (required)

    Your Email (required)

    Your Telephone Number

    Name of Your Group

    Your Group's Website

    Tell us something about your retreat: What type of retreat are you hosting? Have you held group retreats previously? Where have you held retreats?

    Dates you wish to come. (Please give us 3 dates in order of preference.) .

    Approximate number of people you expect

    Daylongs include lunch. Would you like to add additional meals? (check all that apply)

    Will your group be in silence during your retreat?