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Heal yourself in
nature’s lap at Kairali- The Hindu

An amazing article about Kairali health resort was
published in The Hindu, Metroplus supplement on 10th May 2010. The
article highlights the stunning location of Kairali Health Resort , its
accommodation facilities and its amazing holistic ayurvedictreatments.

The Hindu is a widely read and a
very prominent English-language Indian
daily newspaper that is headquartered at Chennai. According to the Audit Bureau
of Circulations, The Hindu had a circulation of 1.46 million copies as of December
2009.

Heal yourself in nature’s
lap at Kairali

Read
a book, sip herbal tea, ponder upon life and soak in a relaxing ayurvedic
massage. Kairali health resort, set amid 55 acres of lush green land, provides
a cure for the ailing body and mind in nature?s lap.

Located
in Palakkad, about 380 km from state capita Thiruvananthapuram, the resort
houses 30 pyramid-shaped cottages with structures based on Vastu Shastra — the
ancient Indian building text — with red soil roof tiles that are common in
Kerala and known as ?odu? in Malayalam.

A
two-kilometre-ong artificial water stream flows through the resort that has as
many as 700 coconut trees, 600 mango trees and a few medicinal trees like neem
and pepper.

Shielding
the grounds from the sun are the branches of these trees, allowing one to take
a walk even on a hot day and enjoy the serenity of the place. And of course
there are the chirping birds, croaking frogs and the sounds of flowing water
and breeze.

The
resort offers treatments for ailments like sinusitis, migraine, arthritis, skin
diseases, infertility, slip disc and spondylitis. It also has wellness packages
for obesity, de-stressing and rejuvenation.

Apart
from the resort area that also has an ayurvedic centre, library, yoga and
meditation centre, swimming pool, tennis court, the 55 acres of land also
include a vegetable and herbal garden and a paddy field.

Each
villa in the resort is equipped with air-conditioners, refrigerators and bath
tubs. But surely nature scores over all of it.

Starting
and ending your day early is the mantra of the resort that witnesses an influx
of foreign tourists, mostly Germans, during the months of September and March.

Simple
food is served and vegetables come from the in-house garden. They only serve
pink-coloured lukewarm water that has some herbs in it and is supposed to be
good for health.

Out
of the 30 cottages, two fall in the Maharaja category, four in the royal villa
category, 17 in the classic villa category and seven in the deluxe villa
category.

Their
prices fall anywhere between Rs.7,000 per day for a deluxe villa and Rs.25,000
per day for a Maharaja villa. This includes the price of a massage, breakfast,
dinner, lunch, yoga and meditation classes.

People
visit the resort for the cure of their various health problems and, hence,
depending on their ailments they take various packages for 3, 7, 14 or 21 days.

Some
of their most popular packages are Holistic Treatment for Rejuvenation and
Detoxification, Special Package to Remove Stress and Strain and Special
Ayurvedic Health Programme for Weight Loss, among others.

How
to reach: The nearest airport is in Coimbatore, 52 km from Palakkad. It takes
approximately one and a half hours to reach the resort.

Published on : 20th
May 2010.

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