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Mon, 12 Nov



Journey to India of the masters

A unique trip to South India

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Journey to India of the masters
Journey to India of the masters

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12 Nov 2018, 10:00 – 29 Nov 2018, 14:00

Chennai, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

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If you have always dreamed of traveling to India, knowing its culture, religion and landscapes, come to the great masters to experience ancient practices such as meditation, yoga or Ayurveda, and at the same time enjoy comfort and rest in paradisiacal places.

Our deepest desire is to accompany the traveler to live a unique experience, not only to discover a different culture, but to take a much deeper journey, inside himself, so that he can experience the magic of another way of living.

Therefore, we strive to create a very careful, special and different trip.

Trip to South India

- Flight from Spain to Chennai

- Mahabalipuram, Hotel Ideal Beach Resort

- Pondycherry and Auroville, Hotel Du Parc or Quiet Healing Center

- Thiruvannamalai, Hotel Sparsa Resort

- Anantapur, Vicente Ferrer Foundation

- Bangalore, overnight on the train to Kochi

- Fort Kochi, Hotel Fort House

- Allepey Hotel Raheem Residency

- Amritapuri, Ashram

* Optional trip extension to Amritapuri

1. Mahabalipuram

Mahabalipuram is a small coastal town in which it stands out along with historical monuments built between the 7th and 9th centuries and which in 1984 was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco.

We will stay at the Ideal Beach Resort, a hotel located in front of the beach and surrounded by beautiful gardens where we can rest from the trip, enjoy its pool and facilities.

2. Pondicherry

"Pondy", as it is often called, has several churches, museums and centers of interest, but above all it is a place to walk, to discover the atmosphere of the French Quarter, the promenade, to sit and observe, to meditate ... .

Sri Aurobindo's ashram is the heart that makes Pondicherry beat, whose life revolves around its activities.

3. Auroville

This is a pilot test to create a city that promotes a community system in which the importance of being more than having, spirituality in bonds and fraternity prevails. Its purpose is to create proposals that favor a global understanding through the recognition of the diversity of cultures. We will also have the opportunity to enter Matrimandir.

4. Tiruvannamalai

Tiruvannamalai lies at the foot of the sacred mountain of Arunachala. The mountain is actually an extinct volcano 800 meters high, where, legend has it, that Siva appeared in the form of a column of fire, giving rise to the symbol of the "lingam".

Every night of the full moon, up to a million pilgrims flock to the city to walk with bare feet the 1 kilometer that surrounds the base of the mountain.

5. Vicente Ferrer Foundation

The Vicente Ferrer Foundation is a development NGO committed to the transformation process of one of the poorest and most needy areas of India. During three days you will be able to visit the projects of the different sectors of activity of the Foundation (education, health, people with disabilities, women, housing and ecology) that are being carried out.

6. Fort Kochi

Cochin, today called Kochi, is one of the oldest port cities in India and is also a relevant historical place. It has a long history of visitors dating back to 1409, when the first Chinese travelers arrived there.

Today, Kochi remains one of the largest historic port cities in the world, it is also the center of international spice trade.

7. Alleppey

One of the most important tourist centers in the state of Kerala, its extensive network of natural canals has earned it the name "The Venice of the East".

Alleppey is home to a vast network of waterways called blackwaters and more than a thousand houseboats. Its palm tree vegetation bordering an aquatic world of villages and canoes overlooking the green rice fields is one of the most beautiful and relevant experiences in Kerala.

Extension: Amritapuri

The Amritapuri ashram will give us the opportunity to live the experience of being with a living Master. Amma is known worldwide as "the Mother of Hugs" and is revered by many as Mahatma (Great Soul).

We will have the opportunity to receive his embrace and also to fully participate in the ashram life which is extremely rich and varied. Amritapuri is a center of monastic activity, but also a modern ashram that welcomes people of all religions and precedents and that has multiple services.






Departure dates:

From November 12 to 26-29, 2018

They organize Hara Yoga Studio, and Yoguindia

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