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This yoga and meditation retreat is specially designed for those who want to relax, rejuvenate, and work on themselves. It combines yoga and meditation in nature with activities like trekking and exploring local culture. The itinerary has been designed to help you explore yourself and the nature in Kumaon region of Himalayas. Return home feeling fresh and ready to take on new challenges!
The accommodation options are on shared double and private room occupancy basis.
This four-day course will be a unique combination of yoga, relaxation, sightseeing, cultural experiences, and some physical activities out in nature, all in all, offering you the ultimate experience of India.
This retreat includes a visit to a local NGO and a trek in the mountains.
This retreat will take place in Satkhol, India. It is a small village near Mukteshwar in Uttarakhand. Located at around 337 kilometers from Delhi, the most enchanting thing about this place is its serenity and tranquility, pure air, and nature.
The price of this retreat includes three daily meals. All meals will be basic, fresh, and local. Fruits will be provided wherever available.
Please book your flight to arrive at Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL).
The cheapest way is by bus. It takes six hours from Delhi to Kathgodam and two and a half hours by bus from Kathgodam station to reach Satkhol. If you are coming from Delhi, you can get a bus to Rishikesh.
There are many trains coming from Delhi, the best one is called Shatabdi - Dehradun Express. It leaves twice daily from New Delhi train station and the journey takes four hours and 15 minutes up to Hardwar. It could be reached by taking a train to Kathgodam (which is the last railhead before your enter the hills) followed by a taxi ride for two and a half hours.