13 Feb 2024

Ananda in the Himalayas – For An Exclusive World-Class Spa Experience

As the winter slowly loosens its grip over Northern India, it’s the perfect excuse to pamper your body with the exquisite ministrations of expert hands to indulge your beauty and wellness pursuits. Ensconced in the welcoming arms of India’s leading spa destination embrace the new spring season, revitalized and restored by a range of exclusive wellness treatments and practices

Sequestered in the foothills of the Himalayas in easy driving distance from the sacred town of Rishikesh, world-renowned as the global capital of Yoga, Ananda in the Himalayas is a grand, award-winning luxury destination spa. Piercing the skyline of Narendranagar, the old bastion of the rajas of Tehri Garhwal, Ananda offers an enviable ambiance for restorative activities for body and mind.

The scattering of ashrams and yoga retreats along the Ganga Valley in the region reflect its deep spiritual connection as well as the wellness and healing powers of these pristine environs.

The location itself of Ananda inspires a deep sense of calm and healing. Its forested setting and panoramic views of the holy Ganga cleaving through the hill slopes of the Shivaliks, are a delight for the nature buff.

This high-end wellness retreat lies in the embrace of the 100-acre palace and estate of the erstwhile Maharaja. Yoga, Ayurveda, Vedanta, and Spirituality are the four cornerstones of the Ananda philosophy of holistic healing. This exclusive luxury spa, steeped in an ambiance of serenity, and spirituality amidst unpolluted environs, has been serving a stream of high-stepping clientele from around the globe ever since it first opened its portals in the year 2000. The guest experience has been paramount to its success as one of the world’s best health and wellbeing retreats. Ananda Spa combines traditional Indian wellness treatments and practices (with a specific focus on Ayurveda and Yoga) with international well-being experiences, fitness, and healthy organic cuisine to heal, cleanse, relax, revitalize, restore balance, and generate holistic wellbeing.

Ananda has long staked its reputation on its deep-seated endeavour to restore, renew and revitalise. Its dedication to restoring balance and harmonizing energy through a holistic approach has found much favour with guests.

The Ananda retreat is marked by a restored Viceroy's Palace, a world-class Spa, 70 deluxe rooms, 5 suites, and 3 villas. Two of these villas are 2- bedroom villas and one is a single-bedroom villa, serving up enchanting viewings of the Ganga River and the verdant mountains.

Supporting its wide range of holistic wellness programs are qualified Ayurveda doctors and therapists to administer personalized treatments ranging from therapeutic massage to toxic elimination. For their yoga programs, Ananda has taken on the services of excellent teachers hailing from the Bihar School who have been tasked to design customised yoga and meditation programs to meet the individual needs of clients. Guests can also enjoy the daily interactive talks arranged with Vedanta disciples and leading international masters in their fields of expertise.

Some of the Healing Programs & Retreats to choose from are Stress Management (5 – 14N); Holistic Detox (5 – 21N) Yoga Package (5 – 14N); Renew-5-14N) Chronic Pain Management (5 – 14N); Ayurvedic Rejuvenation (7 – 21 N); Panchakarma (14 – 21 N).

Ananda also offers special programs for solo travellers, couples as well as small groups of friends or family.

Ananda holds the promise of providing you with many moments of healing and bliss in the most spiritually inspirational, unspoiled environs. It's time to take that much-needed break for R&R at the perfect spot in the Himalayas in India.

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