Himalayas have been the proud of India, the source of Ganges and have always astonished people from around the world. Visitors from all over the world come here to establish a bond with nature and spirituality. Because of the number of ever increasing number of tourists visiting the Himalayas every year, numerous Spa resorts in Himalayas have been established in the region. To facilitate easy travelling to this region, there are various tour operators offering tour packages for Shimla and Manali and other destinations like Chamba, Leh, Laddakh, Dharamsala, Kashmir, Almora, Nainital and many more.
For travellers looking for Luxury Spa Resorts in the Himalayas, there are various options to choose from. The Spa resorts in Himalayas offer both tranquillity and peace in the very lap of the Mother Nature.
Most of the tourists visiting the Himalayan region are looking for rejuvenation of mind-body-soul. The sheer beauty and climate of Himalayas works as a magic wand to unwind and relax. After coming back from a hike or a trek, people need to unwind and relax and the luxury spas of these spa resorts are ready to pamper them with an extensive menu of spa treatments to choose from.
A number of spas at various spa resorts in Himalayas are winners of many national and international awards and are counted among the top best spas of the world. The menu at the spas varies from ancient Indian Ayurveda treatments and therapies to Oriental and Western style. The authentic Indian Ayurveda treatments include the world famous Panchakarma therapies, Detox, Rejuvenation programs, Women care and Old age care, Weight-loss treatments, Skin Care and more. For complete relaxation, you can opt for ‘Spirit of Ayurveda’ which is a three hour spa treatment combining a series of traditional Indian therapies including an Ayurvedic massage, a herbal massage, Shirodhara and a calming bath. One can also choose out of the various Ayurveda Inspired Rituals like Abhyanga, Hot Herbal Poultice therapy, Padabhyanga, Shirodhara and Shirobhyanga. Also on offer are various Revitalizing body therapies, Skin & Nail care, Speciality baths and various other skin and beauty treatments and massages.
These luxury spa resorts offer beautiful views of mountains and valleys from the rooms, restaurants and other open spaces. Guests can enjoy outdoor Jacuzzi and the heated swimming pool. One can also take leisurely walks on the trails winding through the fragrant pine forests and enjoy Gourmet picnic hampers to accompany their explorations. For the adventure lovers, these luxury spa resorts in Himalayas offer white river rafting, trekking, mountain biking, archery, billiards, ice skating (in winter) and golf.
Apart from the luxury spa resorts, one can also opt for stay at a luxury hotel or 3* or even a budget hotel. Shimla and Manali are one of the most popular tourist destinations of Himalayas. Both these places offer a whole range of accommodations to choose from. In factScience Articles, these two places are also the most sought-after destinations in North India for the domestic travellers as well as people looking for a romantic getaway or a honeymoon.
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