Yoga originated in India 5000 years ago. The ancient science of yoga is designed to rejuvenate every part of the body and calm the mind. It involves a series of physical exercises and breathing techniques that enhances both physical and mental well-being and is one of the most comprehensive forms of physical exercise for people of all ages. Mango Hills yoga vacation package is designed to enhance your travel in India with time to unwind and relax as you return to the source of yoga, dissolve travel stress, and allow deep relaxation to renew body mind and spirit.
The spacious main house has 14 elegant rooms with private terraces, and a large restaurant offering Indian and French specialties. Just beside, in the exotic garden, 10 Thai cottage style rooms have sea-view terraces overlooking the pool.
Surrounded by lush greenery and tropical flowers, the elegant perimeter overflow pool has a shaded child basin, perfect for a refreshing dip at any time of the day, year-round. Beside the pool is an Ayurvedic spa, to restore harmony and balance to mind and body.
Natural air-cooling, 1 double bed, full bathroom with shower, small sea-view terrace overlooking the pool.
Air conditioned, with 1 double or 1 single bed, full bathroom with shower, private terrace with a view of the bay of Bengal or the Auroville countryside.
Air conditioned, with 1 double or 1 single bed, full bathroom with shower and bathtub, large private terrace with a view of the bay of Bengal or the Auroville countryside.
Develop strength, endurance and flexibility with a series of energizing yoga postures that invigorate both body and mind. Allow relaxation and well being to nourish every cell as you enjoy Restorative yoga postures and soothing breathing techniques that relax the body and calm the mind.
Mango Hill, a gracious Indian hotel with an unmistakable French touch, located on a hill planted with mango and cashew trees between Pondicherry and Auroville, on the bay of Bengal.
An eco-friendly haven of serenity just outside the city where Parisian savoir-faire meets the charm of the Indian countryside.