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Kerala Itinerary - Ayurveda Packages


The Ayurveda treatments-
Kerala Itinerary - Ayurveda PackagesThe unique principle of treating the sick, not the sickness is central technique to all forms of Ayurveda treatments.

Having a balanced state of doshas (the malfunctions), agni (digestive fire), dhatus (tissues), mala (waste products), atman (soul), sensory organs and mind are the symptoms of healthy life.

Of course, Ayurveda has drawn the most comprehensive picture of human body and the natural world, saying that, the elements of nature are manifested in 3-types of physic- kaph (water/earth), pitta (fire) and vata (ether/air). The smooth functioning of the body is hampered owing to imbalances of this 3-doshas (prakriti) causing all kinds of diseases.

Ayurveda takes into consideration of body, mind and soul of an individual as the unit for diagnosis. Hence, it recognises negative emotions like anger, fear, insecurity, jealousy and greed as incorrect thinking on the part of an individual. These can directly create an imbalance in the doshas. The three tendencies (gunas) of mind- attva (peaceful equilibrium), rajas (excessive activity) and tamas (inertia) influence the imbalances in the 3-doshas. Hence the mind-body imbalance impairs the creative functioning of man.

Our suggestive Ayurveda treatments are-


REJUVENATION THERARPY (Rasayana Chikitsa) 7 to14 days
Our body components like cells and tissues are always undergoing through various degenerative changes everyday. So it is important to arrest or delay this process by rejuvenating the body. This therapy helps to rejuvenate the body and mind; and improves general health power. This therapy includes food, cream, and synchronic massage, herbal facial, steam bath, Sirodhara, Njavarakizhi etc.

Duration: About 1 and ½ hour to 2 a day
Medication: Herbal rejuvenating medicines


BODY IMMUNIZATION THERAPY (Vyadhi-kshamathwa Chikitsa) 14 to 28 days
The therapeutic use of this process is to enhance and preserve our natural immunization system. It includes a basic purification, various types of body massages, Snehana, Swedana, Pizhichil, Njavarakizhi, Sirodara, Podikizhi, Sirovasthy, Nasyam and bath.

Duration: About 2-3 hours a day
Medication: Herbal medicines for internal use


BODY PURIFICATION THERAPY (Panchakarma Chikitsa) 14 to 12 days

Huge amount of toxins are accumulated in out body because of wrong habits of our life such as- eating, sitting or sleeping postures; and even working environment, climatic change are also equally responsible for the same. Body’s natural mechanism is not always enough to expel all the toxin and impurity our body, so we need a therapeutic use of medicines to maintain a balance between this. Here is your therapy to strengthen and maintain the perfect balance of physic by use of preparatory methods like Snehapans, Swedana, oil massage etc.

Duration: About 2-3 hours a day
Medication: Herbal medicines for internal use


DE-STRESS THERAPY (Manasika Chikitsa) 7 to 14 days

This is very effective process for reducing the mental and physical stress of our body. This is a combination of different kinds of treatments, which calms down the body, mind and soul.

Duration: About 2-3 hours a day
Medication: Herbal medicines


BEAUTY CARE PROGRAMME (Soundarya Sarakshana Chikitsa) 7 to 21 days

The special treatment includes herbal cream massages, oil massages, body pack, herbal face pack, herbal bath, powder massage, fruit massage etc. This treatment increases the skin tone, complexion, and peripheral circulation. Also it beautifies the body.

Duration: About 2-3 hours a day
Medication: Herbal medicines


SLIMMING PROGRAMME (Sthoola Chikitsa) 21 to 28 days

This includes medicated power massage, oil massage, steam bath, herbal bath, Snehavasthy, Pizhichil, Podikizhi, Elakizhi, Pichu etc. This therapy is effective for keeping the spine and neck healthy and to cure the problems associated with it.

Duration: About 1 and ½ hour to 2 a day
Medication: Herbal medicines


BODY AND MIND RELAXATION THERAPY 5 to 10 days

Kerala Itinerary - Ayurveda PackagesThis includes relaxing type of massages, Thaila dharma, Ksheera dhara, steam bath and other types of relaxing treatments. This is effective for the general relaxation of the body and mind.

Duration: About 1 and ½ hour a day
Medication: Herbal medicines



ANTI-CELLULITES PROGRAMME 14 to 21 days

This is a comprehensive clinical approach to the common symptoms like cellulites, water retention etc which is caused by various reasons. This programme includes powder massages, cream massages, herbal paste application, podikizhi, elakizhi, body pack etc.

Duration: About 1 and ½ hour to 2 a day
Medication: Herbal medicines

All the above-mentioned Ayurveda Therapies are mostly available in entire Kerala. For more information and package rates call or mail us direct per your requirement.

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Cultural Tour - I

7 Nights / 8 Days


Day : 01 Arrive Mumbai
PM :- Welcome on arrival and then transfer to hotel.



Day : 02 Mumbai
Cultural Tour - IAM:- After breakfast leave for sightseeing including Gateway of India and the Elephanta Caves. It takes almost a full day to visit Elephanta caves. These caves reside in a small island by the sea, which is just 10-kilometers away from Gateway of India, Colaba. These caves are said to be as old as 5th century BC. An epitome of Hindu cave culture, Elephanta consists of 7-caves of which the most notable is Mahesa-Murti cave. It has a very impressive size with a main body of 27-meters square supported by rows of 6-columns each.

PM:- Back to hotel and overnight stay.


Day : 03 Mumbai - Indore (by flight: 1 hour 15 minutes)
AM:- Assistance in airport transfer on board your flight to Indore; check in hotel after arrival and have breakfast. Later leave for sightseeing of this bustling and vibrant city that once belonged to brave Holkar dynasty queen- Ahilyabai. Opportunity to visit monuments like: Rajwada or Old Palace- a 200-year old building which reflects perfect combination of French, Mughal and Maratha architecture; Lalbagh Palace- that was used for holding important functions and celebrations in ancient Holkar dynasty (Monday Closed); Kanch Mandir (Mirror Temple)- also known as Seth Hukamchand Temple has painted walls, ceilings, floor, pillars and doors all inlaid with glass depicting stories from Jain scriptures; Chattri Bagh (palace of memorial canopy)- located near Khan River, it is characterised by number of chhatris (memorial canopies) dedicated to Holkar rulers and their family members; Bada Ganapati- famous for housing the largest Ganapati (Lord Ganesh) statue in the world.

PM:- Stay overnight at hotel in Indore.


Day : 04 Indore - Mandu (98 kilometers; 2 hours drive)
AM:- After breakfast proceed to Mandu- known as City of Joy; en-route visit Dhar- an ancient city. Check-in hotel in the hills of Malwa region and visit monuments such as: Jama Masjid (mosque)- huge dome and minaret built inspired by mosque in Damascus; Hoshang Shah’s Tomb- best example of Afghan architecture in India and probably the first marble edifice; Ashrafi Mahal (palace of gold)- built as a Madrassa (place for Islamic teaching) even today the rooms and cells here tell a story of teaching and studying; Jahaz Mahal (ship palace)- built to maintain large Harem (place where the ladies of rulers lived), this palace is in shape of a ship; Hindola Mahal (Swinging palace)- due to the slopes of the walls this meeting hall seems to be swinging; Champa Baoli- an interesting step-well that was popular hot weather retreat and featured cool wells and bathrooms; Taveli Mahal- houses an antiquity gallery; Baz Bahadur’s Palace- spacious courtyard surrounded by halls and high terraces with an excellent view of countryside make this palace beautiful; Roopmati’s Pavilion- perfect setting for fairytale romance, also gives a good view of river Narmada flowing through the Nimar plains. Watching the sunset from these pavilions gives maximum pleasure.

PM:- Stay overnight at hotel in Mandu.


Day : 05 Mandu - Ujjain (139 kilometers; 2-3 hours drive)
AM:- After breakfast proceed to Ujjain and check-in hotel after arrival. Later leave for sightseeing including few of the places such as: Mahakaleshwara Temple- this Lord Shiva temple with lingam, which is one of the 12-Jyotirlingas (believed to be formed by own organs of Lord Shiva) in India; Bade Ganeshji Ka Mandir- has a beautiful sculpted image of Lord Ganesh, also provides opportunity learn Sanskrit language and astrology; Harsiddhi Temple- reconstructed during Maratha period its special features of Maratha architecture can still be seen on the walls and pillars; Navagraha Mandir- dedicated to 9-ruling planets (navagraha meaning 9-planets), it is located on the Triveni Ghat of the Shipra River.

PM:- Experience the spectacular ritual ceremonies at the riverbanks of Shipra. Stay overnight at hotel in Ujjain.


Day : 06 Ujjain - Bhopal (188 kilometers; 4 hours drive)
AM:- After breakfast proceed to Bhopal en-route visiting Bhojpur (28 kilometers South-eats of Bhopal) where the dream of King Bhoj were carved and also witness the shelters of the prehistoric cave dwellers at Bhimbetka- the famous rock-shelters of monolithic age (located 45 kilometers South of Bhopal).The visit to these two places can be done after reaching Bhopal also.

PM:- Check in hotel and relax; later opportunity for boat ride in Bhopal Lake. Stay overnight at hotel.


Day : 07 Bhopal - Sanchi - Bhopal (68 kilometers; 1 ½ hours drive one way)
Cultural Tour - IAM:- After breakfast leave for day excursion to Sanchi and witness the masterpieces of Buddhist Art that speaks the story of Emperor Ashoka becoming follower of Buddhism; also visit the museum near by. Later back to Bhopal and have opportunity to visit few of monuments like: Taj ul Masjid- the ‘crown of mosques’, an imposing mosque reputed to be one of the largest in India; The ‘chowk” (square)- is the nerve centre of this old walled city; Shaukat Mahal- a quaint palace mix of European architectural styles, but yet compatible in an area dominated by Islamic architecture; The Jami Masjid and the Moti Masjid- inspired by Delhi’s famous Jama Masjid that was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, are important mosques in the city; Bharat Bhavan- a unique institute devoted to the preservation of performing arts and traditional folk culture.Bhopal - Delhi (by overnight train).

PM:- Assistance in railway transfer on board your overnight train to Delhi.


Day : 08 Delhi
AM:- Upon arrival check in hotel and have refreshment. After breakfast leave for sightseeing including Qutub Minar- the 72-meters high minaret is one among ancient wonders; visit to Indian parliamentary house and President’s house from outside- that reflects the aura of Indo-British architecture; India Gate- triumph arch built in the memory of died soldiers in World War II and finally conclude your visit with a glimpse to Humayun’s Tomb- that reflects the beautiful Indo-Islamic architecture.

PM:- Assistance in airport transfer on board your flight to onward destination, henceforth our services conclude and we wish a very safe and happy journey back home.

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Cultural Tour - II

7 Nights / 8 Days



Day : 01 Arrive Delhi
AM :- Welcome on arrival and then transfer to hotel.



Day : 02 Delhi
Cultural Tour - IIAM:- After breakfast leave for full day visit including Qutub Minar- the 72-meters high minaret is one among ancient wonders; visit Indian parliamentary house and President’s house from outside- that reflects the aura of Indo-British architecture; India Gate- the triumph arch built in the memory of died soldiers in World War II and then finally you will finish your visit with a glimpse to Humayun’s Tomb- that reflects the beautiful Indo-Islamic architecture. Delhi - Indore (by overnight train).

PM:- Assistance in railway transfer on board your overnight train to Indore.


Day : 03 Mumbai - Indore (by flight: 1 hour 15 minutes)
AM:- Assistance in airport transfer on board your flight to Indore; check in hotel after arrival and have breakfast. Later leave for sightseeing of this bustling and vibrant city that once belonged to brave Holkar dynasty queen- Ahilyabai. Opportunity to visit monuments like: Rajwada or Old Palace- a 200-year old building which reflects perfect combination of French, Mughal and Maratha architecture; Lalbagh Palace- that was used for holding important functions and celebrations in ancient Holkar dynasty (Monday Closed); Kanch Mandir (Mirror Temple)- also known as Seth Hukamchand Temple has painted walls, ceilings, floor, pillars and doors all inlaid with glass depicting stories from Jain scriptures; Chattri Bagh (palace of memorial canopy)- located near Khan River, it is characterised by number of chhatris (memorial canopies) dedicated to Holkar rulers and their family members; Bada Ganapati- famous for housing the largest Ganapati (Lord Ganesh) statue in the world.

PM:- Stay overnight at hotel in Indore.


Day : 04 Indore - Mandu (98 kilometers; 2 hours drive)
AM:- After breakfast proceed to Mandu- known as City of Joy; en-route visit Dhar- an ancient city. Check-in hotel in the hills of Malwa region and visit monuments such as: Jama Masjid (mosque)- huge dome and minaret built inspired by mosque in Damascus; Hoshang Shah’s Tomb- best example of Afghan architecture in India and probably the first marble edifice; Ashrafi Mahal (palace of gold)- built as a Madrassa (place for Islamic teaching) even today the rooms and cells here tell a story of teaching and studying; Jahaz Mahal (ship palace)- built to maintain large Harem (place where the ladies of rulers lived), this palace is in shape of a ship; Hindola Mahal (Swinging palace)- due to the slopes of the walls this meeting hall seems to be swinging; Champa Baoli- an interesting step-well that was popular hot weather retreat and featured cool wells and bathrooms; Taveli Mahal- houses an antiquity gallery; Baz Bahadur’s Palace- spacious courtyard surrounded by halls and high terraces with an excellent view of countryside make this palace beautiful; Roopmati’s Pavilion- perfect setting for fairytale romance, also gives a good view of river Narmada flowing through the Nimar plains. Watching the sunset from these pavilions gives maximum pleasure.

PM:- Stay overnight at hotel in Mandu.


Day : 05 Mandu - Ujjain (139 kilometers; 2-3 hours drive)
AM:- After breakfast proceed to Ujjain and check-in hotel after arrival. Later leave for sightseeing including few of the places such as: Mahakaleshwara Temple- this Lord Shiva temple with lingam, which is one of the 12-Jyotirlingas (believed to be formed by own organs of Lord Shiva) in India; Bade Ganeshji Ka Mandir- has a beautiful sculpted image of Lord Ganesh, also provides opportunity learn Sanskrit language and astrology; Harsiddhi Temple- reconstructed during Maratha period its special features of Maratha architecture can still be seen on the walls and pillars; Navagraha Mandir- dedicated to 9-ruling planets (navagraha meaning 9-planets), it is located on the Triveni Ghat of the Shipra River.

PM:- Experience the spectacular ritual ceremonies at the riverbanks of Shipra. Stay overnight at hotel in Ujjain.


Day : 06 Ujjain - Bhopal (188 kilometers; 4 hours drive)
AM:- After breakfast proceed to Bhopal en-route visiting Bhojpur (28 kilometers South-eats of Bhopal) where the dream of King Bhoj were carved and also witness the shelters of the prehistoric cave dwellers at Bhimbetka- the famous rock-shelters of monolithic age (located 45 kilometers South of Bhopal).The visit to these two places can be done after reaching Bhopal also.

PM:- Check in hotel and relax; later opportunity for boat ride in Bhopal Lake. Stay overnight at hotel.


Day : 07 Bhopal - Sanchi - Bhopal (68 kilometers; 1 ½ hours drive one way)
Cultural Tour - IIAM:- After breakfast leave for day excursion to Sanchi and witness the masterpieces of Buddhist Art that speaks the story of Emperor Ashoka becoming follower of Buddhism; also visit the museum near by. Later back to Bhopal and have opportunity to visit few of monuments like: Taj ul Masjid- the ‘crown of mosques’, an imposing mosque reputed to be one of the largest in India; The ‘chowk” (square)- is the nerve centre of this old walled city; Shaukat Mahal- a quaint palace mix of European architectural styles, but yet compatible in an area dominated by Islamic architecture; The Jami Masjid and the Moti Masjid- inspired by Delhi’s famous Jama Masjid that was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, are important mosques in the city; Bharat Bhavan- a unique institute devoted to the preservation of performing arts and traditional folk culture.Bhopal - Delhi (by overnight train).

PM:- Assistance in railway transfer on board your overnight train to Delhi.


Day : 07 Delhi

AM:- Upon arrival check in hotel; rest of the day free for individual activities (till your departure flight).

PM:- Departure Assistance in airport transfer on board your flight to onward destination; henceforth our services conclude and we wish a very safe, happy journey back home.

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