Yoga tours to India would be incomplete without a visit to the city that is known as the ‘World’s Yoga Capital’ – Rishikesh! Alluring India not only takes you to this destination but also provides an ultra-luxurious experience. Yoga and meditation tour don't always mean that you need to stay in an ‘Ashram’. An India Yoga tour can be arranged in as much luxury as any other luxurious retreats in the world. This Yoga tour to India will not only help you rejuvenate with the art of Yoga and meditation but will also enable you to explore the local culture and lifestyle of these holy cities.
This Yoga package tour is best for refreshing you both mentally and physically. This yoga tour starts from Delhi and proceeds to the Haridwar and then Rishikesh. While in Haridwar & Rishikesh you will meet with Yog gurus and learn aged old Yoga & Meditation techniques from them. While in these two sacred cities you will be served Vegetarian Cuisine mainly which is also known as a detoxification diet and help in cleansing metabolism. You will also witness Ganga Aarti at the banks of River Ganges.
The best season for this Yoga and meditation tour begins from November and ends in March. During the festival season, people from over the globe gather at these destinations to bathe in the sacred river of ‘Ganga’. Due to heavy rains Monsoons are not a preferable time to travel in this part of the country. Wear clothes covering full arms and legs while visiting any religious places. You should avoid using leather accessories like wallets and belts while visiting temples. Also, you will be required to remove your footwear before entering every temple.
You will get a flight from Delhi to Dehradun; from there you can travel by road. For utmost comfort to our guests, we provide them with spacious cars with recliner seats. The scenic beauty of this drive is praised by almost all of our guests.
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