Traveling through the Himalayan foothills, near the mythological Rishikesh, in the middle of the Sal forest, lies a luxury spa resort called Ananda in the Himalayas. Its mysticism is enhanced by the place of origin of Ayurveda, meditation and yoga, also known as the Ganges river.
For those passionate of yoga and Ayurveda, and bowed down to holistic philosophies, Ananda is the perfect place to spend some time at. Ananda in the Himalayas uses up to date technology, combining a multitude of purifying body therapies with yoga and Ayurveda, in order to create harmony between the mind, body and spirit.
Based on the healing principles of the East and West, as well as dedication to harmonizing energy and restoring balance, along with Aromatherapy, it awaits tourists from all over the world to take a glimpse into spirituality.
Centered on revitalising, renewing and restoring energy, Ananda is already on its way to being recognized as an international resort. It’s also backed up by extraordinary services, breathtaking views, luxury, dining system and extremely rigorous standards.
Since its opening, in 2006, pilgrims visit this harmonious location, situated near a Maharaja’s palace and at aproximately 160 miles from New Delhi. Surrounded by 100 acres of forest, the resort incorporates an up-to-date spa, a restored Viceregal Palace, some astonishing 75 luxurious rooms and suites as well as three private estates with dreamlike views over the holy Ganges and the Himalayas.
Choosing from a huge range of therapies, visitors can spend their time at the 24,000 square foot spa, spread through 21 treatment rooms and four consultation rooms. As a touch to all this luxury, the spa also features an outdoor temperature-controlled swimming pool, sauna, steam rooms, hydrotherapy facilities, a beauty institute and a completely fitted out gymnasium.