Niraamaya retreats at five locations

Published: 29th September 2012 09:30 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th September 2012 09:30 AM   |  A+A-

‘Niraamaya’, offering wellness  through culture and philosophy, yoga and meditation, food and spa, was launched by Jameela Prakasam MLA at hotel Surya Samudra, Kovalam, the other day.

 The ‘Niraamaya experience’ is integrated through ‘Adhyatmik’, meaning enhancement and advancement of mind, body and self. It is set in luxurious sanctuary-like locations allowing for inspiring lifestyle experiences that are exclusive, intimate and grounded in regional flavour.

 The endeavour is to offer guests one-of a- kind personalised getaways which encourage an authentic connection to the self and surroundings. Niraamaya also offers yacht and private air-travel to make for a distinctive seamless customer experience.

 A Jupiter Capital venture, Niraamaya Retreats will launch five luxurious properties across south India along with the floating retreat  ‘Kanaloa’ - a 150-feet luxury yacht cruising the Mediterranean.

 The ‘Cardamom Club’, Thekkady, in eight acres of cardamom plantation, will be opened in October 2012. Followed by ‘In the Backwaters’ at Kumarakom and ‘Blue Mountain’, Chikmagalur, to be opened in early 2013.

 The launch was attended by brand promoter Anju Chandrasekhar, director investments - Jupiter Capital Daya Menon, besides members of the tourism and corporate fraternity.


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