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Yoga Ayurveda holiday retreat with cultural trip of south Kerala

Do you feel that despite everything going as it should, you feel unsatisfied? Or maybe you are facing some life dilemma and you need balance to find distance?
Maybe you are facing a problem for which you cannot find a solution.

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    • Stay up to date, workshops and meeting with Ayurved and culture trip with lot of surprises in Kerala in india.

Join us in the bosom of God’s own country Kerala, southern India. Let us hold, guide and nurture you. Come and unpack, not only your suitcase but also your tension, stress and responsibilities, surrender and be nurtured.
This 10 day all inclusive yoga and Ayurvedic retreat is the ultimate in rejuvenation. We’ll be staying in a wonderful natural intimate .calm .independent.and friendly with homely yoga ayurvedic retreat.
Set in wonderful tropical gardens and surrounded by coconut groves the peace and tranquillity is palpable as soon as you arrive.

Madavoor para (rock cut )temple

Madavoorpara, famous for the rock-cut cave temple dedicated to Lord Shiva located here, is situated at Chenkottukonam near Chempazhanthy in Thiruvananthapuram. Rock-cut temples are a rarity in Kerala and Madavoorpara is one among them.

Carved out on its steep slope are thirteen steps that lead to this square-shaped temple. The temple is nothing more than a cave carved out on the surface of a bare rock, which has now been protected with iron doors.

It is believed that the origin of this temple dates back to the 8th century C.E. and was built by a Buddhist monk some centuries ago. Some believe that the temple was built by Jains. Rock cut temples were one of the main styles of Kerala architecture during the ancient period. A vattezhuthu, an ancient Malayalam script, inscription on the pillar is what’s left of the history that this rock once held.

Madovoorpara rock cut was owned by the Chenkottukonam Ashram before being taken over by the State Archaeology Department in 1960 as a protected monument.

Today, besides the cave temple, Madavoorpara is being developed to become a perfect recreational spot. The place is attracting crowds for a climb to the hill top and a leisurely walk through the bamboo bridge which leads to the top of the rock. There is also a children’s park built at the base of this rock and a few huts to spend some quality time with family and friends.

Pandavan Para

The Pandavan Para which is home to an ancient temple is situated at Chengannur in the Pathanamthitta district. It is located near “Noottuvar Para” named after the Kauravas depicted in the epic Mahabharata.

Legend says that the Pandavas, during their exile, resided at Pandavanpara and the brothers used to offer worship at the nearby temples. The hillock has some remnants which the locals associate with the stay of Pandavas.

A temple at the hilltop is dedicated to the Pandavas and has Lord Krishna as the presiding deity. There are several curious rock structures like those shaped like a frog (called ‘thavalapara’ in local parlance) and like the musical instrument maddalam (‘maddalapara’ in local parlance).

Kottukal cave temple

Idols of Lord Nandikeshwara (the vehicle of Lord Shiva in Hindu mythology) and a Hanuman idol (resembling the Nandikeswara-Vanara fight in the epic Ramayana) are seen in the caves. The structure, believed to be built between eight and ninth centuries, was took over by the state archaeology department in 1966.

Edakkal Caves

Those who would like to know about our forefathers and their lifestyle should visit the Edakkal Caves situated on Ambukutty Hill, which is ten kilometers from Sultan Bathery in North Kerala. Considered one of the earliest settlements of man, the Edakkal caves are full of stone edicts, figures of men and animals depicted on stone, stone age writing (petroglyphs), coins, arrows, knives, pictures of trecs, and yet to be deciphered symbols. These cave carvings are believed to be seven thousand years old. Such type of carvings is found otherwise only in the European Alps of Syria and in the stone-decked regions of Africa.


      • Keralam Museum of History and Heritage
      • Shakthan Thampuran Palace Museum
      • Hill Palace Museum
      • Pazhassi Tomb Museum
      • Kunjali Marakkar Memorial Museum
      • Pazhassi Raja Museum
      • Mural Painting Museum
      • Chendamangalam Synagogue Museum
      • Veluthampi Dalawa Memorial Museum
      • Kottarakkara Thampuran Memorial Museum
      • Kerala Legislative Assembly Museum

Kerala is bestowed with nature’s bounty on the one hand and creative art on the other. So, it is little wonder that Kerala is full of such wonderful heritages. The Malayali who is proud of his/her heritage sites and take special interest in preserving the historical significance of the many museums that adorn the state.


      • Thiruvananthapuram Fort
      • Bekal Fort
      • Palakkad Fort
      • Thalassery Fort
      • St. Angelo Fort
      • Chandragiri Fort

Traditionally built forts can be seen across the length and breadth of Kerala. These forts depict the glory of a bygone era. Though less prominent when compared to the forts of Rajasthan, the Kerala forts are particularly known for their simplicity, expertise, nobility and greatness.

Kerala’s many natural harbours helped attract foreigners here. So, it is no wonder that we notice marvelous influence of foreign styles on Kerala’s architecture.


      • Padmanabhapuram Palace
      • Koyikkal Palace
      • Krishnapuram Palace
      • Kuthira Malika Palace
      • Arakkal Palace
      • Dutch Palace

Palaces in different lands symbolize a glorious past. These palaces reflect the life style of the people of yore. If palaces elsewhere had been signs of opulence, in Kerala they exemplify our architectural skills. We can see beautiful blending of the ancient and modern, and simplicity in them. It can be emphatically mentioned that these palaces are part of our rich heritage thanks to their artistic beauty.

About Kovalam

Kovalam has three beaches separated by rocky outcroppings in its 17 km coastline, the three together form the crescent of the Kovalam beach.

So the leisure options for travelers at the Kovalam beach are plenty. You can enjoy sunbathing, swimming

Varkala Beach – The Cliff Beach. Set amid a beautiful setting, about 10 km away from the calm and quiet hamlet of Varkala, Varkala Beach is a beautiful beach renowned for its solitude unlike other commercial beaches of Goa. Among foreign tourists visiting Kerala, Varkala beach is the most famous one.

About Kanyakumari

Kanniyakumari is a popular tourist destination and pilgrimage centre in India. Notable tourist spots include its unique sunrise and sunset points, the 41-metre (133 ft) Thiruvalluvar Statue, and Vivekananda Rock Memorial off the coast.

Many Hindu pilgrims come to Kanyakumari to pay their respects at the Kanya Kumari Hindu temple. They also bathe in the holy saltwater, at Triveni Sangam to absolve their sins. This is the actual southernmost tip of India, and the site where the three bodies of water meet.

Padmanabhapuram Palace
The Palace was the oldest seat of power of Travancore, the erstwhile princely kingdom of Kerala. The palace complex, spread around an area of 6.5 acres, consists of a number of function specific independent structures that were built between 1590’s to early 1800’s CE.

The Speciality of Jatayu Park
It stands at an altitude of 350m (1200ft) above the mean sea level. Jatayu Nature Park holds the distinction of having the world’s largest bird sculpture, which is of Jatayu.

 Story behind jadayupara
The name of this hill is derived from the mythical bird Jatayu, who is believed to have collapsed on the rock after failing in his attempt to rescue Sita from the kidnap of Ravana’s. The bird played an important role in the epic Ramayana and the legends believes that the bird took his last breath on this rock.


Ponmudi is a great place for trekking and long leisurely walks. The green hills, winding roads, pretty cottages, vibrant birds and butterflies flying through the spice plantations and tea estates make Ponmudi a very popular destination for those visiting Kerala.
An enchanting hilly abode running parallel to the Arabian Sea, Ponmudi is also famous as an adventure site. Sightseeing activities in Ponmudi cover mesmerizing places such as Deer Park, Meenmutty Falls, Ponmudi Waterfalls, and Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary.

Veli, Thiruvananthapuram

A bountiful garden is situated at the southern banks of Veli lagoon, and a floating bridge connects the garden with the beach. The tourist destination features a calm pool, children’s park, horse rides, pedal boating and floating café. The garden is a hotspot of activities.
Veli means veil as in a bride’s veil.

Kottoor elephant ride wild sanctuary
For those interested in having a close interaction with the elephants can do so at the elephant rehabilitation centre in Kottur (around 40 kms). Here, visitors can have a close look at aged elephants leading a retired life and young ones being trained in welcoming visitors.
The Kottur elephant rehabilitation centre is located near Kappukadu in Thiruvananthapuram district. It is a safe haven for the Asiatic elephant. Elephants are considered the most auspicious animals in Kerala and are present at almost all major occasions and festivals.

About Poovar

This village is famous for its distinctive and beautiful beach that attracts thousands of visitors throughout the year. Kerala Tourism is incomplete without a visit to Poovar Island. In the Malayalam language, ‘Poovar’ means river and flower. The natural beauty of Poovar Island is stunning and undisturbed.

Kanakakunnu Palace

Boasting a Kerala style facade, the Travancore royal family used the house to entertain guests. Inside you will see massive crystal chandeliers and an array of exquisite pieces of royal furniture – a testimony to the lavish lifestyle of the Thirunal kings who had a penchant for music and art.

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