Ayurveda Yoga Travel 

Ayurveda yoga travel is a great way to explore the world! Usually included in your stay at an ayurveda resort is a consultation with a Ayurvedic doctor upon arrival. They will assess your body and ailments then prescribe a treatment 

tailored to you.  Typically you will not see meat, alcohol or cigarettes at any Ayurvedic Retreat. Naturally almost all of these ayurveda yoga travel experiences are in India, as India is the birth place of Ayurveda.


Ayurveda Yoga Travel:


Ayurveda Yoga Retreat

Conoor India

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If you’re looking for a life transformation experience but want comfort along with it, this is your yoga retreat in India. Ayurveda therapy is practiced here to the utmost...keep reading!


Ayurveda Yoga village Kuruva Island,

Kalpetta, India

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Reviews: The ratings sit at 95% which is rather high, especially when comparing to other Ayurvedic resorts. Infact, it’s the highest rated Ayurvedic resort I have found thus far. Most reviews are extremely happy with the effects of the treatments, some didn’t get the proper consultations and therefore were a little unhappy and unwell. Beautiful place to get away from the chaos of India. Friendly and welcoming staff. 

Cost: 21 day single occupancy rejuvenation package 1950 euros.

Don’t go expecting 5 star luxury but rather a reasonable place to stay with effective treatments. The treatments are not always relaxing but they are exactly what your body needs. Very secluded place and for people who are serious about getting healthy with Ayurveda medicine. This is a place to get away from all the distractions of modern life: no TV, Wifi, or cell reception. Understanding panchakarma is rather important here so knowing a little bit about it might help, although some guests said do not research it, as it might deter you when your body really needs the treatment. Typically there are 3 or 7 day packages to choose from


Amrutham

Panangodu, Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), India

Reviews: The ratings sit at 91% out of 26 reviews. Most guests loved the warmth, care and helpfulness of the staff and owners. They will bend over backward to help you out. Some guests were a little unhappy with the quantity of yoga.

Go here if: You’re looking for a small intimate experience with the focus being strong on Ayurveda and not too much on yoga.

 


This place began as an Ayurvedic Centre and out of the requests of several clients they finally built accommodations for the guests to stay. It’s nice and small to ensure you’ll be taken care of. I would call this an authentic, intimate, family run ayurveda yoga travel experience. The location is removed from the beach area but close enough that you can go for a swim or sun tan if you’d like. It sits on the edge of a traditional Indian Village making it a little safe spot in Southern Kerala.






KARE Ayurveda and Yoga Retreat (formerly Mulshi Lake Retreat Accommodations)


Mulshi Lake, Pune, India

reviews: Overall rating is 86.6% The food is delicious and the views overlooking mountains and lake are beautiful. Warm, helpful staff. The place is a little run down and the yoga is more geared for beginners.

Here there is  alot of focus on weight loss and their treatments are much like detox cleanses. If you have other serious medical issues this may not be the best place for you. There is a very comfortable atmosphere here, where you can dress down and fit in. A great place if you’re looking to de stress and learn some techniques for weight loss.


Type of Yoga: Iyengar

 




Somatheeram Ayurveda Resort, Kerala:

Trivandrm, Kovalam, India

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 Cost: 104 euros to 379 euros per person per night. This is quite the range and depends on: season, single or double occupancy, room choice.

 This is the  world’s first ayurveda resort. It has  a beautiful setting and offer packages that are usually 14 days long. The packages are: beauty care, stress management, slimming (weight loss), body immunization, body purification, rejuvenation. The accommodations range greatly and the basic is extremely basic and the higher end cottages book up extremely fast. The cost does not include food, however it does include basic yoga classes, one half day boat excursion, airport transfers, and a translator.

Reviews: Wow the ratings for Somatheeram Ayurveda Resort Kerala sit a very low 75%.  To positives very friendly staff, great atmosphere -serene and peaceful. Even guests that had a pretty bad experience commented on the fact that place had some special quality to it- like it relaxed them and made them introspective. They do have Tv’s and wifi if you’re needing that for your Ayurveda yoga travel. Negatives: It is rather pricey for the basic accommodations, staff was not attentive and caring at all.



Devaaya, The Ayurveda and Nature Cure Centre

 Divar Island, Goa, India

Cost: 104 euros to 379 euros per person per night. This is quite the range and depends on: season, single or double occupancy, room choice.

Reviews: Again we have a pretty low rating on our ayurveda yoga travel listing, as this ine sits at only 86%. The pros: peaceful place on an island tucked away from the city life, caring staff great massages, large rooms. The negatives: no refund policy, some miscommunications with regards to airport transfers being included or not,


Cost: 5,050 indian Rupees to 15,600 Indian Rupees. Price includes food and the wide range depends on single or double occupancy and choice of room.

 


This type of ayurveda yoga travel is for those experienced in ayurveda and not typically for the new to Ayurveda. The place is very scenic and lovely with friendly staff.  Unlike all the other resorts listed here, they also have a naturopathy program too.  The centre sits on 5 acres with 60 Goan style cottages for accommodations.


 


Kairali Ayurvedic Health Village, Kerala

Palakkad Dist, Palakkad, India

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Prices: $94 USD to $450 per person per night. The lower price reflects double occupancy with their simple preventive and rejuvenation package in their most basic accommodations. The higher price reflects single occupancy with their more serious package like drug or alcohol addiction rehab in their most luxurious room.


Reviews: ratings sit at 83% for this ayurveda yoga travel location. Positives: friendly people,  well designed resort, well lit,  lush settings., food is simple and basic. Negatives: security needs to increase, the marketing doesn’t match the product- it’s not as good as it looks on the website, prices are a little overpriced for this part of the world.


Tourism at this part of the world is not at it’s safest right now  (2014) and some guests are a little concerned the level of security is not high enough here. However if you’re a big believer in Ayurveda then a visit to Kerala is a must because it’s considered the home of Ayurveda. This company actually runs 24 ayurveda centres and a handful of ayurveda resorts. This place has really hit the mark with its design- using all it’s decades of experience in running ayurvedic centers this one is close to perfection in design and decor. Guests are even assigned suites according to their zodiac signs! It has all the modern facilities so you won’t miss out on the amenities of home.



Krishnendu Ayurveda Wellness Centre

Chingoli, Karthikappally, Alappuzha, India

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Reviews: It only sits at 86% which seems to be the low average for Ayurveda Retreats. It seems mostly people did not like the customer service nor the food. However they did like the treatments, the atmosphere and the therapy staff.

Go here if: you’re serious about healing from whatever ails you. It’s not a place where you can easily go exploring or sight seeing so make sure you’re not just there for a holiday!

Price: $75-$299 per night. Wow thats quite a range! The lower budget is for the hospital wing which doesn’t include your yoga or Wifi. However it always includes your doctor consultations, treatments, medications and registration.

 This travel in yoga Kerala experience is so tucked away many people have a little bit of hard time finding it. I would not call this a resort rather an ayurvedic treatment center with accommodations. The center is divided into two different types of accommodations- the hospital wing and the wellness center. The hospital wing is the lower budget and the wellness center is the higher range, includes all yoga, wifi and is more modern. By all experiences the chief doctor, Dr Mohan, is wonderful.


The Leela

5 locations throughout India

On a quick search for Ayurveda yoga travel this hotel chain did pop up. However… It does not indicate they offer Ayurveda. One would assume they might offer some  ayurvedic treatments at their spa but it definitely is not their focus.

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