Amanbagh is a palatial throwback to the Mughal era. Everything about Amanbagh exudes, old Indian grandeur, from the pink tinged walls to the intricate wooden screens. Located only ninety minutes away from Jaipur and close to the Bengal tiger sanctuary of Sariska National Park. Nestled amongst the hills of Aravalli, it’s a hidden sanctuary for the soul.
Ayurvedic treatments to reverse the signs of ageing, both internally and externally. Your Ayurveda physician will establish your dosha type and tailor a Spa wellness program with you in mind. Therapies will revitalize the body, clear fogging minds and allow you to feel more vital and energised. You can also partake in special meditations and cultural experiences.
This rejuvenating, Ayurveda retreat is for those who want to reverse the signs of ageing in a natural way. You want to feel more alive, ready to engage with the world on a healthier plane. You love to travel, demand luxury and adore new cultural experiences. You’re ready to live life to the full!
Where better to enjoy Ayurveda Retreats in luxury than India. Amanbagh is a sanctuary in the Aravalli Hills of Rajasthan, designed to reflect a bygone era of grandeur. These wellness retreats are individually curated, beginning with an in-depth consultation with your Ayurvedic physician. After establishing your dosha type and forming a nutritional plan, your rejuvenating immersion begins.
During the course of your Ayurveda holiday you will receive daily therapeutic treatments, lectures in wellness, private yoga classes and wonderful, cultural excursions. If you haven’t tried Ayurveda Retreats before, expect warm Ayurvedic oils dripped over your body, whilst being rhythmically massage. These treatments have a deeply cleansing and rejuvenating effect and have been known to improve circulation, alleviate stiff joints and retune the nervous system. They have superb anti-ageing properties and can relieve fatigued skin.
You’ll be invited to practice yoga daily and will learn various different forms of meditation. Vipasana meditation is probably the most well-known. It means ‘to see through’ and assists with releasing negative trauma. Hawan meditation is an ancient fire meditation to help fulfil the specific desires of the individual, family or society. This would involve fire and mantra chanting.
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Top Tip Practice yoga at Bhangarh, a medieval town and fort with great archaeological importance. Called ‘Bhangarh of Ghosts’, it is something that has to be explored. Mornings and late afternoons are a perfect time to visit the deserted city, an amazing setting for photography, meditation and yoga. We can organise all upon request.Make An Enquiry
7 night’s accommodation in a Courtyard Havelli Suite
Return airport transfers
Private yoga session
Yoga at Bhangarh Fort
Pranayama (breathing technique)
Sunrise guided walks
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, 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