"This was my first ever yoga retreat, although to call it a holiday or retreat does not do justice. It has been the most wonderful journey." More reviews
|Location||Near Bentota Beach, southwest Sri Lanka|
|Open||12-21 February and 24 February-5 March 2017|
|Prices||From £1195 pp for 9 nights|
|Ideal for||Yoga - Meditation - Massage - Excursions - Solo travellers|
|Contact||> For more details see their website
> Ring UK +44 (0)1273 782 734
|Offer||Mention Neal's Yard Holidays to receive an extra half hour massage, worth £38.|
Escape with AdventureYogi to Sri Lanka this winter for a yoga holiday on stunning Bentota Beach. A Colonial villa with beautiful gardens, yoga twice daily, breakfast and vegetarian feast in the evening - it's the perfect break to beat the winter blues.
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Fly direct to Sri Lanka (Bandaranaike International Airport). There will be a transfer waiting to pick you up. The drive takes you about two hours south of Colombo airport.
The Colonial Villa is close to Bentota Beach surrounded by beautiful gardens.
Yoga is offered twice a day, at sunrise and in the evening to unwind. Visit the beach, the towns, cultural sights and the markets. Excursions and additional treatments can be arranged.
Price: From £1195pp for 9 nights. Choice of double, twin or single rooms.
Includes accommodation, two yoga classes per day, breakfast, Sri Lankan style evening feasts, transfers, day trip to Galle, assistance with booking excursions and private infinity pool.
See above web link for full programme, or check availability by email, or phone.
Choose from Gold Buddha accommodation at the luxurious boutique hotel or Silver Buddha accommodation in apartments. Choice of twin, double or single occupancy rooms.
All vegetarian cuisine. Choice of western or local style breakfast and a 3-course feast in the evening.
Adults only retreat.
What can I do?
See our 10 top tips on green travel - how to make your stay more enjoyable & better for the environment. Consider offsetting your car, train or plane journey via the charity AtmosFair.de.
How ethical is the holiday?
- Acts with respect, honesty and fairness towards guests and staff
- Is owned by locals and employs locals
How environmentally-friendly is the holiday?
- Produces some of their own green energy
"I have fallen in Love with Sri Lanka and can not pick one single fault in the accommodation; it was 5-star in every single way. I was in my element with the food – curry for breakfast! It all exceeded my expectations… the food, the rooms, the yoga, and the little touches like the flowers on the sun beds and the bell on the gate made it very special."
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