Amanbagh is situated in the rugged Aravalli Hills in Rajasthan, India. It’s only ninety minutes away from Jaipur and close to the Bengal tiger sanctuary of Sariska National Park. Nestled within a lush, hilly landscape, the resort design reflects the palatial Mughal era. Our guests often combine a stay here with the luxury Aman tented camp nearby, Aman-I-Khas.
These Indian detox retreats focus on Ayurveda and achieving the perfect dosha balance. You can take a 7/14/21 day retreat, which aims to eliminate toxins and improve immunity. This exclusive wellness retreat includes Ayurvedic meal plans and treatments, yoga and meditation and some fantastic cultural activities. The Ayurveda cooking class is essential to carry on the good work when you return home.
This luxury health retreat is for those who want to improve themselves long term. It focuses on a new way of viewing your health and wellness, through the doshas and Ayurveda. If you love luxury, are a discerning traveller and you’re looking to immerse yourself in Indian culture, then Amanbagh is the perfect choice.
At Amanbagh, you’ll begin your Aman detox holiday with an in-depth assessment to determine your dosha type; Vata, Kapha or Pitta. So begins a wellness journey with your Ayurvedic physician to eliminate accumulated toxins from your body and restore balance. All your meals will be lovingly prepared in alignment with your specific dosha. You’ll receive daily Ayurveda treatments to encourage your body to cleanse and partake in yoga and meditation classes to align the body and free the soul. There are also regular, optional group classes to participate in and a collection of cultural experiences, such as visiting the stunning Neelkanth Temple and Mansarovar Lake.
If you decide to take an Aman detox vacation, you’re likely to be feeling stressed, sluggish and needing to revitalize. After individualising your wellness program, your purifying immersion begins. You might begin your day with an herbal tea and enjoy a morning walk before taking a dosha specific breakfast. Align the body with a yoga class, then enjoy an Abhyanga treatment (an Ayurveda massage focusing on the marma points on head, incorporating warm herbal oils). Take a detoxifying salt scrub with steam after lunch and end the day by practicing yoga and meditation at Bhangarh Fort.
Top Tip: Let us organize a Pratapgarh fort and village visit combined with yoga. Perched on the edge of a hill, the Pratapgarh fort dates back to the 18th century. A 30-minute drive followed by a 20-minute steep hike will reward you with magnificent views of the countryside and a feel of bygone times when the fort was actively used. Yoga in an abandoned palace room, overlooking the valley below will make you feel like you are truly on top of the world!Make An Enquiry
7 night’s accommodation in a Courtyard Havelli Suite
Return airport transfers
All Dosha Specific Meals
Individual Ayurvedic Consultations
18 Ayurvedic Spa Sessions
Sunrise guides walks
Private Yoga at Resort
Private Yoga at Bhangarh Fort
Pranayama - Breathing Practice
Yoga Nidra or ‘Yogic Sleep’
JalNeti – cleans nasal passages
Ayurvedic Cooking Class
Cow Dust Tour
Government Tax and Service
SINGLE OCCUPANCY USD$7455
DOUBLE OCCUPANCY USD$4613
Airport Transfer Time: 90 Min from Jaipur airport and 4 hours 30 min from Delhi airport
Local Currency: Indian Rupee and Credit Card payments are accepted at the resort (Visa, Master and Amex)
Best time to go: October to March
Eco conscious: ***** 2.5 Acre organic garden producing 80% of the resort's fresh produce, 75% of employees are from the immediate surrounding area, active involvement with education at two local schools – do you need more?
Tips: Amanbagh offers different things to different people. For those that look for solitude and a way out of the hustle and bustle of city life, Amanbagh is true to the meaning of its name: Aman (Peace) Bagh (Garden) It offers a peaceful retreat between the Aravalli hills in rural Rajasthan. For those looking to experience some traditional rural Indian life and culture, Amanbagh offers opportunities to get close up experiences with village families, to go cycling or hiking through the neighbouring countryside, to visit heritage sites with no other foreign tourists in sight