Between the security detail, the flight from India and events at the Stan Sheriff Center, it wasn’t cheap to bring the Dalai Lama to Honolulu for three days of events this past weekend.

All told, his four-day trip cost more than $1 million, according to event organizers.

The Tibetan spiritual leader spent his time in Honolulu attending two public events. He also took part in a conversation with Native Hawaiian leaders and blessed the Hokulea.

On Sunday, the Hawaii Community Foundation released information about the costs associated with bringing the Dalai Lama to Hawaii.

Kelvin Taketa, President of HCF said in a statement, “As part of our commitment to transparency, we share with you a summary of expenses and revenue related to the events during his visit. The Dalai Lama does not charge a speaking engagement fee and no aspect of his visit is being used to profit financially. Any funds raised are used to cover expenses only.”

The Dalai Lama visited Hawaii at the invitation of Pierre and Pam Omidyar, with support provided by a lead grant from the Omidyar Ohana Fund in addition to other partners providing in-kind and cash donations. Pierre Omidyar is the publisher and CEO of Civil Beat.

The table below gives a rundown of the Dalai Lama’s expenses.

Dalai Lama Visit To Hawaii — Expenses