India Wellness, Ayurvedic and Yoga

Wellness trips to India have become popular over the years due to the country’s proclivity for offering travelers relaxation, rejuvenation and a renewed sense of wellbeing. Over millennia, this country has become a fount of self-discovery and natural healing, and today travelers come from all over the world to experience the curative power of India.

Travel to the Home of Yoga and Ayurveda

India is the birthplace of yoga—the 5,000-year-old spiritual discipline that has seen an explosion of popularity in the West—as well as Ayurveda, the Hindu system of medicine. These proud traditions have become worldwide phenomena due to their effectiveness in bringing physical, mental, spiritual and emotional balance. In addition to these practices, there are wealth of other activities and experiences available here: hiking, meditation, delicious organic food and massage therapy, to name just a few. Wellness itineraries to India can introduce you to some of the time-tested practices of the masters—bringing mind, body and soul into harmony in an unforgettable place.

Relaxation and Rejuvenation from the Himalayas to the Backwaters of Kerala

Perhaps you wish to go to the graceful Sal forests of the Himalayas to visit Ananda in the Hills, considered one of the best destination spas in the world. Or head to Karnataka and visit SwaSara or Soukya—both world-class escapes offering holistic experiences designed to soothe your soul. Kerala is bursting with options for relaxing wellness trips to India, including facilities like Vivanta by Taj Bekal, Kairali Healing Village, Somatheeram Ayurveda Resort, Manaltheeram Ayurveda Beach Village and more. You can choose one destination or mix and match them to provide a well-rounded rejuvenation experience. And, of course, you’ll be in India—so there will be a dizzying array of options for historic and cultural enlightenment as well. Let Geringer Global Travel plan your wellness trip to India, and learn what makes this country such a hub of harmony and renewal.