JandaLa is a retreat and event center, located in the peace of the Serbian countryside and yet is only thirty minutes drive from Belgrade airport. A hectare big estate cascades on many levels and spreads across 40 metres of naturally elevated plateau with one abandoned quarry on either side and by the Danube river front. It is opposite to one of the largest islands on the river called Krčedinska Ada, which is famous for its networks of tributaries, swamps, and exuberant plant life and picturesque animal wildlife.
You can immerse yourself in the silence of nature and enjoy peaceful coexistence of breathtaking scenery, exquisite cuisine, ancient tradition, and topmost comfort. All of these is the perfect setting for your yoga, dance or meditation retreat.
Bookings are invited from teachers and groups.
Jandala estate can accommodate up to 30 persons.
18 people can be accommodated in wooden houses:
– 1 house with 2 single beds and bathroom
– 1 house with 3 single beds and bathroom
– 1 house with double bed and bathroom
– 1 house with 2 single beds without bathroom
– 3 rooms in big house with 2 single beds and shared bathroom
– 1 room in big house with double bed and shared bathroom
– 1 room in big house with 1 single bed and shared bathroom
12 people can be accommodated in 6 tents that are provided with wooden floor, 2 single beds and electricity.
The multi-purpose hall
The straw walls entail various irregular shapes, and provide excellent sound and thermal insulation. The hall is equipped with all the necessary technical equipment, showers, toilets, changing rooms, washrooms, and has two separate entrances. It is suitable for various activities – from small conferences, seminars, workshops, lectures, team building up to movement training and meditation. The hall is 10 x 15 meters big and 3 meters high.
There is also a wellness spot situated at the estate for your comfort: a stand-alone sauna, the fairy-tale outdoor shower and hot tub.
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