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Get ready to be pampered in a luxury retreat where you will be practicing private yoga sessions on a daily basis while enjoying a beach holiday amidst the beautiful serene environment of the southern coast of Sri Lanka. This blissful yoga retreat provides a healthy balance to the mind and body while giving you the chance to deepen your practice and to discover the natural beauty of Bentota.
The Saman Villas resort is a paradise within a paradise; located in the southern part of the beautiful Island of Sri Lanka, it offers an impeccable experience. Saman Villas has taken the eat, pray, love concept to a whole new dimension with added luxuries and modern comforts. Thus, it is an ideal escape for the wellness travelers who desire a luxurious getaway to re-connect with the inner-self and find peace within.
These deluxe suites are elegant, stylish, and luxurious with an infinity pool and an uninterrupted view of the mesmerizing ocean. With an inspiring rustic charm and all modern luxuries, these suites are ideal for a girlfriends’ spa getaways, to indulge, to be pampered, and to re-connect with one another in a spiritual aspect.
Located on either side of the rock promontory, the view from these upper level suites is spectacular. The rooms are elegantly furnished and tastefully decorated, inspired by traditional Sri Lankan art. Relax and unwind with an herbal drink in your private balcony or take a walk on the pristine beach and reach inner peace. They are ideal for solo female travelers to indulge in an unforgettable wellness holiday.
Ayurva Traveller believes in providing the ultimate holiday escape combined with emotional, spiritual, and physical well-being through tailor-made luxury holiday packages which will enhance your ability to connect with your inner self, spiritually and positively. The primary objective of this retreat is to enhance your personal wellbeing through the healing of your mind, body, and soul.
The retreat focuses on elevating your wellness holiday experience with an organic approach and clean eating whilst enhancing your physical energy through yoga and meditation. Your wellbeing is the primary concern.
Together with this, the chef will pamper your taste buds with a la carte menus and you will have the opportunity to spend relaxing evenings either at the yoga pavilion overlooking the Indian Ocean or on your balcony with an amazing view of the dazzling ocean. You will leave as a rejuvenated, spiritually fulfilled individual ready to continue the Ayurva way of living throughout your long, healthy journey of life.
Sri Lanka, known as the Pearl of the Indian Ocean, is a land like no other, bursting with a vibrant culture, unmatched hospitality and flavorful cuisine. One can travel from cool climatic conditions to sunny coastal areas within a day in Sri Lanka, and enjoy the varying climates which prevail throughout the year in this mystical island.
Surrounded by the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka boasts beautiful beaches and is one of the most sought after whale and dolphin watching destinations in the world. It has been a renowned wellness destination for centuries, with a significant Ayurveda influence that had been handed down by ancient forefathers.
Sri Lanka is rich in bio-diversity, with many rare herbal plants growing abundantly in the wild in remote areas of the country. These plants are rich in healing nutrients for many physical ailments, a fact that makes the Sri Lanka wellness retreats one of the most sought-after health retreats in the world. These retreats in Sri Lanka consist of a unique approach of healing the mind and body, based on natural herbs and concoctions made from secret recipes influenced by Ayurveda along with modern therapies.
Dining in the resort's restaurant is a joyful experience while gazing at the lapping waves of the ocean. The delectable cuisine is a scrumptious balance of East meets West.
Sri Lanka is famous for its precious and semi-precious gemstones including blue sapphires, red rubies, cats eye, alexandrite, tourmalines, zircons, garnets, amethysts, and topaz; you can purchase exquisite gem-studded jewelry set in gold, white gold, or platinum in jewelry shops in Colombo, Galle, Kandy, and Ratnapura. When purchasing gems across the country, make sure you purchase stones from shops that are licensed with the National Gem and Jeweler Authority.
This palatial mansion was once a residence of the great master architect, Geoffrey Bawa. He is one of the most renowned architects and has created architectural masterpieces, which are unmatched to date. With his vision and the ability to incorporate nature into his creations, this journey is sure to inspire architecture enthusiasts.
The elephant orphanage in Pinnawala is visited by many locals and tourists. It is known to be one of the best places to see elephants in Sri Lanka. Visitors have the opportunity of witnessing the daily routines of elephants.
The Sigiriya rock fortress is a manmade wonder attributed to King Kashyapa. Declared as a UNESCO world heritage site, Sigiriya mesmerizes its visitors with its awe-inspiring architecture, exquisite frescoes and the intriguing hydraulic system which was once a royal castle to one of the most powerful kings.
This magnificent temple, where the scared tooth relic of the Buddha lies, is a monumental religious palace visited by thousands of local and foreign tourists in the cultural capital of Kandy. With its inspiring arts, intricate designs and its majestic structure, the temple of the tooth relic is a highly recommended attraction.
Sri Lanka is a country rich in a varied heritage of traditional arts and craft; the colorful handicrafts are made out of natural indigenous raw materials by craftsmen whose skills are passed down by generations, making them very popular among tourists.
Diving and snorkeling in Sri Lanka is an experience like no other, with ancient ship wrecks dating back from the 15th and the 16th centuries to World War One; the surrounding ocean offers many diving spots including beautiful coral reefs diving, ship wrecks, bar reef marine sanctuary, and many more.
Established in 1988 by the Wild Life Protection Society of Sri Lanka, the Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery is a widely popular establishment which protects and releases turtles back in to the ocean. Become aware of the importance of protecting sea turtles with a visit to the Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery.
The BBC documentary titled Ocean Giants, featuring the mesmeric world of whales and dolphins and the scientists' effort to shed light on their habits and why they grow so large, was filmed around Sri Lanka, and the island is considered one of the best locations in the world to spot blue and sperm whales.
The magical misty mountains and the breathtaking waterfalls along with the cool climate of the hill capital of Sri Lanka make it a popular local and foreign tourist attraction. Hill country is also home to the world’s finest tea, grown in beautifully manicured tea gardens.
The Sahana Spa is a discreet, indulgent sanctuary of therapeutic healing for the mind, body, and soul. With the goodness of natural essential oils and natural Ayurvedic products, the experienced therapists will transport you to a place of bliss and relaxation. With the only open air treatments spaces in Sri Lanka, the structure of the spa is inspired by ancient Sri Lankan temple architecture, which dates back centuries.
For international flights, please book your flight to arrive at Bandaranaike International Airport (CMB) (also known as Colombo International Airport and Katunayake International Airport). There after you can reach the hotel by car in about 2 hours and 30 minutes. If you need Ayurva Traveller to arrange transport please let them know and they will arrange at an additional cost.