Highlights• 3 Ayurvedic full body massage • herbal steam baths• Everyday yoga and breathing • Daily Relaxation and meditation sessions• Daily vegetarian and vegan meals• Three night’s accommodation • Doctor consultation • Therapy according to problemFacilities: • Spa and massage• Steam bath• Air-conditioned rooms• Nice yoga hall• Environmental friendly• Roof top garden• Free counseling for tour and trek• Currency exchange if necessary• Free Wi-Fi• Roof top restaurant• Ayurveda clinic• Hot and cold shower• The property locates on 2 minutes walking distance from tourism hub Thamel.• Big market and many restaurant after two minutes walking distance • Elevator (lift) to go up and down of building• Sauna bath
Riding a fat bike instead of a regular mountain bike allows you to get through otherwise impassable woodland areas, such as muddy off-road, iced and snowy hills, swampy terrain. On this tour there will be no worries about way finding and your personal safety, as it's led by an experienced local guide.You will experience and bring back a ton of positive emotions to your family - because we all need to take care of inner selves.You will strengthen your immune system and get a therapeutic effect from breathing the pine forest air, as well as test your powers.Expect to get a first-hand insight into local's life and traditions and learn more about the locals' way of living.Save at least 5 hours of your time, which you would have spent searching for the sauna, planning the route and solving other organizational questionsAnd finally, re-energise by opening up a new outdoor activity for yourself.
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