20-Day Yoga Therapy and Wellness Tour and Retreat in india
- - Visit Old Delhi, passing by the Red Fort and the Jama Masjid, the largest active mosque in India, built by the emperor Shah Jahan, creator of the Taj Mahal.
- - Rikshaw bicycle ride at the Kinari Bazar on the main street Chandni Chowk
- - Visit Gurdwara Bangla Sahib
- - Sunset at the Taj Mahal
- - Visit to Amber Fort
- - Elephant encounter
- - Exploration of Bazaar: paintings, crafts, fabrics, etc.
- - Visit to Mehrangarh Fort
- - Visit to Jaswant Thada
- - Walk through the colorful "Clock Tower" market
- - Therapeutic yoga training in Rishikesh Yog Sansthan
Day 1 (November 11)
- Arrival in New Delhi and rest in the hotel
Day 2 (Nov 12)
- Visit Old Delhi, passing by the Red Fort and the Jama Masjid, the largest active mosque in India, built by the emperor Shah Jahan, creator of the Taj Mahal.
- Rikshaw bicycle ride at the Kinari Bazar on the main street Chandni Chowk
- Visit Gurdwara Bangla Sahib
Day 3 (November 13)
- Transfer by car to Agra
- Sunset at the Taj Mahal
Day 4 (Nov 14)
- Transfer to Jaipur, the Rose City
- Check in the hotel
Day 5 (November 15)
- Visit to Amber Fort
- Elephant encounter
- Exploration of Bazaar: paintings, crafts, fabrics, etc.
Day 6 (Nov 16)
- Transfer to Jodhpur
- Visit to Mehrangarh Fort
- Visit to Jaswant Thada
- Walk through the colorful "Clock Tower" market
Day 7 (Nov 17)
- Jodhpur sightseeing
- Dinner at nice old hotel
Day 8 (Nov 18)
- Transfer to Rishikesh
From November 19 to 30
Therapeutic yoga training in Rishikesh Yog Sansthan
About This Event
This Autumn, Taraka Tours in collaboration with Yogini J’aime are offering the grand opportunity to travel to the spiritual home of the practice you love. For 20 wonderful days, we will travel with a group of international yoga practitioners to India to explore the bustling capital of New Delhi, the gorgeous Taj Majal, the exquisite jeweled city of Jaipur, and the famous “Blue City” of Jodhpur, Rajasthan. After a fun-filled week of tourism, shopping, restaurants, and classy hotels, we will fly north to the foothills of the Himalayas to the “Yoga Capital of the World,” Rishikesh, Uttarakhand. Here we will attend a 100-hour certification course in Yoga Therapy at the Rishikesh Yog Sansthan Ashram, situated near the holy Ganga River, as well as various local and traditional activities.
This is an exceptional opportunity for Yoga practitioners and teachers to deepen their knowledge of how Yoga can be an effective application for several imbalances, such as stress and post-traumatic stress, cardiovascular issues, musculoskeletal issues, and metabolic disorders. Yet, it will also be a time to explore, enjoy, practice Yoga and meditation, and learn about the rich culture and country that this complex and beautiful tradition of Yoga was born in.
Welcome to the Yoga and Wellness Tour of India 2019. We hope to share with you what we love so much.
- • Accommodation in a shared room
- • Three daily meals
- • Elephant encounter in Jaipur
- • Spiritual practices
- • Ground transportation with air conditioning
- • Guided tours in Spanish and English
- • Internal flights
- Price for the trip with everything included: ($ 3,320) per person
- * Prices are per person in USD
- ** Minimum price for four people in shared room
What's Not Included* Does not include tips, drinks, laundry service, intercontinental flights
AccommodationsProposed hotels: first part of the trip
• Delhi: Royal square or similar
• Agra: Mansingh or similar
• Jaipur: Shahpura / Crimson park or similar
• Jodhpur: Pal Haveli or similar
Rishikesh we will stay in Rishikesh Yog Sansthan
- Gluten Free
- Dairy Free
Menu/CuisineYour retreat price includes all meals, food will be vegetarian and you can also have fruit and juices. We are pleased to offer a "Yogic Diet" package to our retreat guests who are interested in a light, organic, and Sattvic menu. We believe the foods that you eat should be prepared with love and positive intention.
By eating a yogic diet, we are increasing prana and supporting a higher state of consciousness. Yoga practitioners should adhere to Sattvic yogic foods, while avoiding foods that do not align with yogic principles. These suggestions are recommended for any level of yoga practitioner or individual seeking a healthy, spiritual path, as per the Classic Yoga texts