SOUTH INDIA RETREAT
Spirituality exploration yoga
february 25 - march 10, 2019
Join Kelly, Pammi & Rimmi as we return to India once again for another soul stirring experience! Explore South India - steeped in spirituality, history, architecture, and culture. We will begin our 13 day journey in the metropolis city of Chennai and conclude in the enchanting backwaters of Kerala.
India's sacred scriptures state, 'Atithi Devo Bhava' which translates to, 'Guests are God.'
So prepare to embrace India’s warm hospitality, and immerse yourself in history, culture, spirituality and culinary delights that only a trip to India can offer.
Join us on a journey of self discovery through this unforgettable land!
South India is world renowned for its breathtaking temples. Experience the architectural wonders of this region through a spiritual lens.
Take time to discover the Mahabalipuram Temple, a UNESCO world heritage site.
Indulge in a blissful meditation experience at the Chidambaram Temple, known for intricate carvings.
Listen to the sounds of daily prayers at the awe-inspiring Meenakshi Temple complex with its vast halls and carvings.
FRENCH QUARTERS and ashram
Stroll along bougainvillea lined streets and pop in for a croissant at one of Pondicherry's many bakeries.
Experience the former French colonial town and its uniquely Indian flair through cafes, shops, and a meditation at the Aurobindo Ashram, known for its iconic golden circle.
Thekkady is the quintessential vision of what you've dreamt India to be, with abundant wildlife, tea gardens and spice plantations.
We will visit the Periyar National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary famous for elephant and tiger reserves as well as rare birds and endemic flora and fauna. You are also invited to savor the distinctive flavors of teas and spices that are only found in this region.
Explore the idyllic beauty of Kerala's vast network of rivers, canals, and lagoons known as the backwaters. We will explore rural Indian life on a traditional, kettuvellam boat winding through rice paddies, coconut plantations, fishing communities, and local villages.