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Guests are welcome to create their own immersive therapy or education retreat programs, allowing them to benefit from expert training on a private basis. Our doctors, teachers, and therapists offer a wide range of skills in natural health practice and lifestyle care. Resident teachers at The Ayurvedic Healing Village are the best in their area and work together to create an immersive program based on your exact requirements. Through this yoga retreat, you will be able to do things at your own pace in exotic Kerala.
Kairali Yoga Retreats will be offering the deluxe villa for this particular retreat. Villas include rare Valambari conch shells and cool red oxide flooring. They are also surrounded by a flowing stream; further enhancing the spiritual atmosphere bringing energy and peace of mind. It has sprawling jungle surroundings of rare healing trees and herbs, 600 coconuts, 200 teaks, 20 mangoes, and more.
Set among the serenity of our retreat community, the luxury elegance of this villa style allows you to surrender yourself entirely to the warmth and natural beauty of the habitat. Each of our deluxe villas includes air-conditioning, telephone, bath, and shower. Our deluxe-style villas enhance the peaceful and rejuvenating experience of our yoga and Ayurveda retreats in Kerala, India.
We are set in the beautiful, quiet, and natural jungle of north Kerala, near Palakkad. Our grounds are specifically designed to meet Vaastu Shastra. This intensifies the healing atmosphere and you will enjoy the feeling of being surrounded by several hundred ancient rustling coconuts, mango, and other herbal healing trees.
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Luxury Ayurvedic cuisine will be served during your stay in Kairali Yoga Retreats. There will be a specially prepared organic vegetarian diet: 3 x 3 course meals per day, as well as an unlimited supply of herbal detox tea.
A local tour that can be completed within 4 hours. Guests have the opportunity to visit Palakkads eighteenth century Tippu Fort, rock gardens, and local snake park, completing the day with a boat cruise across the stunning Malampuzha Dam. This costs 35 EUR for a maximum of 4 persons per car.
A 75 km drive through the breathtaking forests of Kerala brings our guests to Nelliyampathy, a majestic hill station offering an awe-inspiring view of the valley below. From this viewpoint, you can see the Palakkad gap between the Western Ghats, meaning that you get a panoramic view of both Kerala and Tamil Nadu! An ideal spot for trekking and wildlife, our tour to Nelliyampathy provides the opportunity for nature walks, as well as a visit to the Pothundi Dam and tea plantations en route. This costs 85 EUR for a maximum of 4 persons per car.
Visitors to the Silent Valley National Park will consider it aptly named for its undisturbed natural habitat and still beauty. Part of the Western Ghats World Heritage Site, it contains hundreds of rare species of wildlife, trees, and plants.
Our tour experience to this location gives access to the crystal clear Kunthi Puzha River flowing through the evergreen forests where you can spot porcupines, lion-tailed macaques, flying squirrels, wild elephants, and leopards. After a days unforgettable experience in nature, we make time for a refreshing swim on the journey home. It costs 100 EUR for a maximum of 4 persons per car.
Just 100 km from Palakkad, lies the 285 sq. km Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary. Abounding in majestic neem, sandalwood, and rosewood trees; the sanctuary boasts Asias largest teak tree and a fascinating view of Indias rarest wild animals. Known to have the worlds largest population of Indian bison, guests may be lucky enough to spot Bengal tigers, sloth bears, lion-tailed macaques, leopards, and flying squirrels from the sanctuarys watchtowers.
The area is an ideal spot for trekking and boating, with cruises available at three major reservoirs within its boundaries. Kairalis tour to this unforgettable location includes a visit to an elephant camp, where guests can take elephant treks through the jungle. This costs 100 EUR for a maximum of 4 persons per car.
This tour begins at the Kalamandalam University of Art and Culture, center of the South Indian arts and Keralas most famous training center in Kathakali dance. We then proceed to the Punnathurkotta, an ancient fort and former palace, and now housing sixty-six elephants given as offerings from Krishna devotees to the Guruvayur Temple.
The elephants live in a palace sanctuary where they are trained to participate in temple rituals and Keralas many festival processions. The final stop on the tour is the Guruvayur Shri Krishna Temple itself, one of the most important pilgrimage sites in Kerala, and known in Sanskrit as the Bhuloka Vaikunta, or Holy Abode of Vishnu on Earth. This costs 67 EUR for a maximum of 4 persons per car.