Lotus flower in pond in Nepal, reflecting wellness


Three thousand years of healing

The tranquil and mighty Himalayas, abode of the gods, are known as an abundant source of spiritual energy and natural beauty. 


As the birthplace of Buddha, and a culture deeply rooted in both Hindu and Buddhist philosophies, Nepal has long been a destination for those seeking enlightenment. 


This makes it the perfect destination to escape the chaos of home, nurture your body and feed your soul.

We will soon be releasing our all-inclusive wellness packages with bespoke options to soak up the intoxicating sights and sounds of Nepal. 

Upon arrival, we will drive you to the eco-resort, nestled in the nearby hills of the Kathmandu valley.  Here you will find an atmosphere of complete harmony, renewal and growth.  Inspired by a blend of Vedic Philosophy and Buddhist Medicine, the focus is on your holistic wellbeing.  Under the guidance of an Ayurvedic doctor and naturopath, together with meditation, yoga and astrology masters, artists, Hindu priest and visiting monk, you can do as much or as little as you like.

Offering something different for each person, you may wish to immerse yourself in the resort’s lifestyle and all that it offers, or just relax while escaping the pressures of the modern world.

Pamper yourself with a range of luxury spa treatments, meditate while enjoying the area’s tranquillity and natural beauty, or express your creative side with pottery and painting, an effective way to release stress and emotion. 


Rebalance your energy in the salt and chakra rooms, walk the meditation maze, enjoy a cooking lesson, all while you nourish your body in one of the three restaurants, with mouth-watering organic food fresh from the farm.  The experience is for you to choose - the resort can either be a journey of healing and discovery, or a luxurious and relaxing hideaway.

Then, rejuvenated and ready for adventure, you will have the chance to plunge into the ancient culture of Nepal with it's medieval cities, stunning architecture and religious monuments, trek in the low hills or ride elephants in the Terai while looking for rhinos.


Return home re-energised, inspired and with a greater sense of peace.