For those seeking a holistic wellness retreat, make the Indian subcontinent your destination. This is a place where your spirit is considered just as important as your body, and you will find that the spas here strive to help you achieve harmony and balance in all aspects of your life, believing this to be the key to long-standing health and happiness.
For an Ayurveda retreat there is arguably nowhere better in the world to head than India, the home to this traditional type of healing. Whether you are completely new to Ayurvedic methods or a seasoned practitioner, an Ayurveda retreat in its native country is sure to be unlike anything you have experienced before. Combine this strong Ayurveda offering with the impressive yoga and meditation also found in this region, you can be rest assured that you will be nurtured both inside and out at a spa in the Indian subcontinent. Many of the world’s best yoga instructors travel here to regularly hold intimate workshops at spas and ashrams in every discipline of yoga, so if you are looking for an extra-special yoga retreat make sure you take advantage of this. Perfect for dealing with all manner of different issues, the combination of Ayurveda and yoga so commonly found at spas in the Indian subcontinent is ideal for those who favour a more naturopathic way of healing.
Combing with the fantastic wellness offering is the stunning destination itself, whether you are visiting India, Sri Lanka, or Nepal, you are sure to feel that the natural beauty of your environment enhances your retreat and makes the results all the more effective. Your mind, body, and spirit will all feel the benefits of a spa holiday to the Indian subcontinent; it’s a destination that enchants and will have you wanting to return again and again.
Staff are petulant even childish when mistakes are made
no one is accountable esp. in the wellness centtre were bookings can get complicated
the dining room staff were not charming at all
the pool was beautiful and the rooms needed an upgrade of paint and deep cleaning"