Yoga Ayurveda Retreat to Kerala, India

April 17, 2023


Yoga Ayurveda Retreat to Kerala, India

About the Retreat

This 14 day Yoga and Ayurveda retreat in Kerala from Saturday 29th October to 11th Friday January 2024 (check in will be on 29th October and check out will be on 12th November). We will be staying at beach resorts and Yoga Ashram and practice Yoga and Ayurvedic wellness teatments.

During the stay in Yoga Ashram and Varakala we will also take a tour of the village, visit old temples and traditional market.

Optional: This is more ‘vacation Retreat’ which means the schedules are not mandatory to follow but during the Yoga Ashram stay it is mandatory to follow their daily schedule. 

Food: Breakfast, lunch and dinner are included during the first 9 nights of your stay. Only breakfast is included during the last 5 nights at the beach resorts giving you an opportunity to explore a variety of places to enjoy lunch and dinner.

Accommodation: We will be staying four different places including Yoga Ashram. 

The last three nights we staing a beach rersort at Nusa Dua where there is hiden beaches, shopping and international resturents.


The literary meaning of Kerala is “the land of coconuts”. “Kera” in Malayalam (the language of Kerala) means coconut. As Kerala is abundant with coconut plants, it naturally got the name Kerala.

Kerala is situated in the extreme of Southwest peninsula of India, this place lies between the Western Ghats on the east and Arabian Sea on the west. The varied demography, different traditions and culture have made it one of the most attractive tourist destinations in India.

Kerala is the first 100% literate state in India. Kerala tops among Indian states in human development, mass literacy, economic parity, women empowerment, harmony between religions, progressive and liberal mindset of people, least in corruption, etc. which makes it literally  ‘Gods Own Country’.

House Boat

A glide in a “Kettuvallam” (Houseboat) through the enchanting backwaters of Alappuzha is sure to rob your heart. Palm fringed narrow canals winding through the large paddy fields and with ducks, tiny birds while the everyday life of the local people is going on right in front of your eyes.
We will enjoy the beautiful Backwaters both in day and night while living on a Houseboat!


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