Ayurvedic Resorts in Kerala | Ayurvedic Healing in Kerala

Kerala is one place in India which has the best Ayurvedic resorts due to the moist humid climate and abundant supply of medicinal plants and herbs there. Not only can you rejuvenate your body, you can have a splendid vacation at the same time.

 

However, the treatments at some Ayurvedic resorts are much better than others. These top Kerala Ayurvedic resorts are all well managed, and have an excellent range of properly administered Ayurvedic treatments.

 

In fact, to save money, go during the monsoon season (from June to September). Also, the weather is perfect for Ayurveda at that time too! You’ll also find some excellent holistic India wellness centres in other states.

 

Ayurvedic Resorts in Kerala

Carnoustie Ayurveda & Wellness Resort

Carnoustie Ayurveda & Wellness Resort at Marari beach offers holistic treatments that combine Ayurveda, mantra, yoga, and naturopathy.

 

Moreover, this includes individual Ayurvedic diets for guests. The programs from renowned London-based integrated medicine doctor Mosaraf Ali are particularly noteworthy.

 

Also, accommodations are provided in opulent villas with private plunge pools. Rates start from around $290 rupees per night, plus tax.  Seven, 14 and 21 day Ayurvedic packages are available.

Kairali Ayurvedic Healing Village Health Resort

At Kairali Ayurvedic Healing Village, Ayurvedic treatment is about getting back to nature. The resort is set among 50 acres of lush land in the Palakkad district of Kerala. There’s even a lovely stream running past each cottage! Although it’s a resort, Ayurveda is treated seriously there.

 

However, only vegetarian food is served, and no alcohol. Guests are also encouraged to participate in early morning mediation and yoga sessions. Also, the resort has its own organic garden, and swimming pool.

 

Moreover, room rates start from around $260 per night for a double, including meals, consultation, one Ayurvedic herbal oil therapy, yoga and meditation. In fact, packages are available for numerous health concerns ranging from diabetes to detox and rejuvenation.

KalariKovilakom

KalariKovilakom is converted into a palace for Ayurveda. It’s quite out of this world. No meat, leather footwear, or alcohol are allowed at Kalari.

 

Hymns are chanted in the evenings. Also, there’s no TV, or any entertainment for that matter. Moreover, every therapy is personal and customized, often combined with yoga and other methods to provide deep healing from within and without.

 

Even the food is served according to individual requirements.

 

Furthermore, the aim, according to the resort, is to give guests a chance to start their lives over again and be reborn. 14 night packages start from around $6,800.

Somatheeram Ayurvedic Health Resort

Somatheeram Ayurvedic Health Resort, near Kovalam, offers a range of yoga, Ayurveda, and meditation programs for complete mind and body restoration. Guests can enjoy cultural performances in the evenings as well.

 

Also, it’s located close to the beach, which is a cherry on top. Somatheeram added nine new Kerala style houses to the premises in 2010. Moreover, room rates start from $60 per night, during the monsoon season. Seven night rejuvenation packages start from around $1,200.

Beach and Lake Ayurvedic Resort

Intimate and private, the Beach and Lake Ayurvedic Resort is nestled on an island between the Arabian Sea and the Karamana river near Trivandrum.

 

As its name implies, there are backwaters on one side and beach on the other. Also, all rooms have a view. Magical! Yoga, Kalaripayattu martial arts, and Ayurveda are offered.

 

However, the list of therapies administered by a team of Ayurvedic doctors is extensive. Room rates start from $30 per night, including breakfast. Various rejuvenation packages are available.

Sarovaram Ayurvedic Backwater Health Centre

If you’re on a budget, try escaping to the tranquil Kerala backwaters for your Ayurvedic treatment. Also, the very serene Sarovaram Ayurvedic Health Centre is a simple place that’s spread over three acres of garden, right on the water’s edge near Kollam. Moreover, family owned, it’s run by third generation Ayurvedic doctors.

 

While there you can enjoy activities such as a houseboat ride along the backwaters, evening dance performance, or visit nearby villages. Rooms are reasonably priced, with rates starting from 2,590 rupees ($60) a night, including breakfast.

 

What’s awesome is they offer tailor made Ayurvedic packages, according your requirements! Prices start from around $300 for a minimum of three days.

Ideal Ayurvedic Resort

Another affordable option for Ayurvedic treatment in Kerala, the Ideal Ayurvedic Resort is located in Kovalam. It’s situated on the edge of a small village within a canopy of coconut palms, five minutes walk from Chowara Beach.

 

Although, not as luxurious as other Ayurvedic resorts, treatment is still of commendable and is administered by doctors.

 

Moreover, Yoga and meditation complement the wide range of packages available. 14 day rejuvenation packages start from around $1,700. Or you can book rooms without treatment starting from around $30 per night.

Shinshiva Ayurvedic Resort

Also a budget option, Shinshiva is comfortable and informal, but also extremely professional. It’s located on top of a cliff at Chowara, overlooking the ocean and close to Kovalam beach.

 

Moreover, it’s around 30 minutes drive from Trivandrum airport. A wide variety of packages are offered, including de-addiction treatments for habits such as smoking.

 

Also, rooms start from $65 per night, for a double in the low season.

Ayurveda Yoga Villa

Located in the lush Wayanad district of Kerala, where nature abounds, the Ayurveda Yoga Villa offers a unique blend of Ayurveda treatment, yoga practice, and training in Kalari marital arts. The comprehensive Seven Days to Inner Peace package is worth trying. Shorter three day packages for those who want a rejuvenating escape are available.

 

Also, treatments can also be tailored to your needs. Guests tend to find the atmosphere really special at this place. There’s a herbal garden and shop on the premises. Teachers and doctors are properly trained, and the staff very caring.

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