Go Goa With Aadhya Yoga
Retreat in Goa! Sounds quite amazing and thrilling, right? It is the desire of almost every adventure and Nature lover to visit Goa at least once in his lifetime Its tranquility, serene beaches, and interesting spots are sure to mesmerism you. This place is, no doubt, the perfect spot to enjoy the essence of western culture in the traditional land of India. It is a perfect time to go with Aadhya Yogshala to learn Indian culture .
Aadhya Yogshala Offering you a Hatha Yoga & Cultural Retreat in GOA. Goa is the land of Beaches. Goa is one of the smallest states in India known for its brilliant beaches, scrumptious food and Portuguese heritage.Goa is the place sweetened with sun, sea, sand, seafood, susegad and spirituality, Goa is India’s pocket-sized paradise.
hatha Yoga & Cultural Retreat
This is a 50 hour intensive yoga study where we will learn Hatha Yoga Asana , Meditation , Pranayama every day . As we know this is a cultural retreat also so every day we will do something different . We will visit many historical places like , temple , Church , Wildlife sanctuary , Waterfall , Local Market , Night Club .
Goa is the place where we will learn yoga with fun . We have variety of water sports here . Variety of seafood is famous in India.
- 10 Days Retreat
- Pic & Drop from Goa Airport
- 2 Meals Breakfast & Dinner
- 2 Water Bottle
- Yoga & Meditation Session Every Day
- Stay in Beautiful Hotel Close to Sea ( Double Sharing )
- 1 Lecture on Ayurveda Complimentary
- 1 Ayurveda Massage Complimentary
- Sightseeing by AC Bus
- 1 Night Party at Biggest Disco Club
fall in love with goa
Goa is a state in western India with coastlines stretching along the Arabian Sea. Its long history as a Portuguese colony prior to 1961 is evident in its preserved 17th-century churches and the area’s tropical spice plantations. Goa is also known for its beaches, ranging from popular stretches at Baga and Palolem to those in laid-back fishing villages such as Agonda.
Goa offers the best of sun, sand, surf, seafood and… shopping! From the street markets in Baga to the night market of Arpora, and from the bustling MMC market to high end stores, Goa has it all. While we recommend checking out the big flea markets in Goa, there are a number of local marts and smaller shops that also offer a lot to satiate the shopaholic in you. So, if you’re looking to indulge in a little retail therapy just off the beach, here’s a list of places to go shopping in Goa.
Variety of Indian Food
Goa is known for its climate. The tropical climate has influenced the food of Goa making Goan food intense in flavours and spices. The staple food of the people of Goa is rice and fish curry. Most of their dishes use coconuts, rice, fish, pork, meat and local spices like kokum.
Old Temples & Church's
Goa religious places are world-famous and people from across the world come here to see the elegance of famous churches in Goa as well as renowned temples of Goa. The long list of name of churches in Goa consists of Se Cathedral (The seat of the Archbishop of Goa), the Church of St. Francis of Assisi and the Church of S Caetano among others. Moreover, the Basilica of Bom Jesus, which bears the relics of Saint Francis Xavier, is also a famous church in Goa. Apart from Goa Churches, there are several other Goan religious places including temples of tourist interest.
After the sun sets and stars brighten the sky, Goa comes to life. The smallest state in the country is in happy party mood for 365 days of the year. As far as the nightlife is concerned, Goa is simply a pleasure. Goa harbors a medley of exhilarating options. Check out the different nightclubs, the charming beach shacks, the alluring night markets and party cruise. Enjoy the flow of drinks, its affordable and easily available. Party hard under twinkling stars or the beautiful shores dancing to the latest tunes of live music or DJs spinning their beats.
The experience of watching a wild animal in its natural habitat – be it the flight of an exotic bird, swiftness of an intimidating feline, or the gentle graze of a deer – is unparalleled. If you’re in Goa and have had your fill of beaches, churches, shacks and pubs, there is still another side of this coastal haven to explore. So pack your rucksack, grab your camera, and discover some of Goa’s best wildlife spots. We have many Sanctuary here to explore.