Kadaltheeram Ayurvedic Beach Resort
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Overview of Kadaltheeram Ayurvedic Beach Resort
The word ‘Kadal’ means ‘Sea’ and ‘theeram’ means ‘shore’ so together, it means ‘a shore by the sea’ or simply, beach. Kadaltheeram Ayurvedic Beach Resort is located on beachside.
There are many specialities for Varkala Beach. Some of the main attractions are the cliffs formed near Arabian Sea, mineral water springs and the ancient Janardhana Temple. The meeting of Sea and backwaters is a sight to behold. Get the feel of the countryside by going for a ride in a country boat. Try activities like fishing. Enjoy sights like kids who jump to water to pick floating coconuts. If you want, you can join them to collect shrimps or pick crabs. Try the classic dish of Kappa and Meen curry (Tapioca and Fish curry).
Take a dip in Varkala Beach also known as Papanasham Beach which is a holy place. Taste the mineral water directly from the spring. Rest and unwind in the beach, adore the beautiful cliffs. The resort has a traditional style of architecture and you can get a nostalgic feel while you are there. Enjoy the greenery of the frontyard in the tender breeze from the Sea. Ayurvedic Massages that are quite authentic are available for calming your mind and for soothing of your nerves. The fresh and beautiful climate helps you sooth your worries and a break from your fast-paced life.
The Kadaltheeram Beach Resort is designed completely keeping the traveller in mind with an eye to every detail. The perfect ambience is set for the guests offering an atmosphere that ensures peace of mind. You get a mix of the best here be it culture, Ayurveda, nature or fine delicacies. In short, this is a must-see destination for any tourist visiting Kerala, especially Trivandrum. The rich and serene ambience is not to be missed.
Ayurveda is a great way to de-stress. It cannot be just described but has to be experienced. The rejuvenating powers of ayurveda erase all the tensions in your mind. Medicated herbal oil will be massaged by Authentic Ayurveda Practitioners in a special rhythmic manner to your body. Authentic Ayurveda based spa and treatment packages are offered.
Yoga and Ayurveda are two world famous ancient sciences from the Indian sub-continent. They are sister sciences, as the basic principles are overlapping. Ayurveda is more than treatments and massages and is the divine science of life. It is life’s sacred knowledge which is compiled by ancient seers. Ayurveda is passed on via various practitioners who are dedicated and offers good solutions to several persistent problems related to physical and mental health.
A good Ayurvedic massage can calm your mind, release toxins accumulated for many years in your body and detoxify them. An Ayurvedic lifestyle can bring about wonders. There are various guidelines in Ayurveda from waking up in morning to working healthily, leading a good family and social life. Almost all human diseases can be cured by Ayurvedic treatments. However, Ayurveda is practised differently by different practitioners. There are many good treatment centres for Ayurveda. Common problems like arthritis, lifestyle diseases and sexual problems have effective solutions in Ayurveda.
An Ayurvedic physician prescribes treatments after he studies the physical as well as mental conditions of each person. Ayurveda is believed to be the most holistic treatment. Personal attention is of utmost importance in Ayurveda and all special treatments are done according to the patient’s condition/constitution. Medicines are prepared from certain herbs that are used for Ayurvedic treatments. Ayurveda is about finding the root cause of diseases and giving strength to your body to prevent diseases and relief from disease symptoms is not instant.
Yoga is also endorsed in Ayurveda on a daily basis. It is not just an exercise but also a complete lifestyle that leads you to good health and peace and far from evil. Yoga is spiritual as well and brings you closer to divinity. There are Yoga masters and various institutes which teach yoga elaborately.
The cuisine of God’s own country is very tasty and is famous the world over. You can see coconut trees along the length and breadth of Kerala. Most of the dishes in Kerala cuisine use coconut in many forms-either as grated coconut or as coconut oil. The other major spices used for the dishes are cardamom, cloves, cumin, cinnamon, coriander, ginger, garlic, turmeric etc.
All these spices not just add flavour but have medicinal values as well. Traditional dishes in Kerala cuisine are vegetarian dishes with the addition of a number of non-vegetarian items like meat and fish curries. A lot of non-Keralite recipes have found their way to Kerala and have now become part of the cuisine.
Most of the breakfast dishes are vegetarian in Southern Kerala, while its non-vegetarian in North Kerala. The main breakfast dishes are Dosa, Idli, Appam, puttu, Idiyappam etc. Now even Parotta and Chapathi are eaten as breakfast.
This is the real meal of the day. Boiled rice with vegetarian or non-vegetarian dishes is the menu for lunch. In hotels and restaurants, you get various dishes like Chicken, Mutton, Beef, egg and vegetable biriyani for lunch.
A snack with tea during evening four o’ clock is a must for most of the Keralites. Locally in Malayalam, it is called ‘Chayayum Kadiyum’ meaning ‘Tea with snacks’. There are numerous snacks, the popular ones being Vada and pazham pori. Other popular snacks are Sughiyan, neyyappam, unniyappam etc.
The menu for supper or dinner at night is same as that of midday meals for most people. A traditional dish is Kanji which is boiled rice without removing water which is preferred by some for dinner especially because its easy to have and also soft for the digestive system. There are no rules for the eating habits of Kerala. The habits change from one region to another. This variety in the culinary habits make it a heaven for foodies and connoisseurs of food.
In olden times, houseboats were used for carrying farm produce as well as food grains through the waterways in Kerala such as rivers, backwaters etc. The modern houseboat is an experience for the traveller both in ambience and climate.
Combine business with pleasure in a houseboat. It is one of the most popular places for business meetings now. A ride in the houseboat in the backwaters makes sure of a good climate that makes the whole trip similar to a vacation and the amenities inside the boat gives all the standard of a business conference hall.
Take a break from your business meeting and enjoy the lake view from the boat deck. There will be breeze to smoothen your nerves and take away your worries. There are a lot of sights to watch like kids playing in waters and flying kingfishers.
Relax while floating through backwaters looking at the pleasant ambience all around. Enjoy traditional Kerala food like shrimp curry and drinks like tender coconuts. All the ingredients come directly from nature and are free from pesticides. Houseboat is like a floating house with luxury and is an experience for a lifetime which will create beautiful and unforgettable memories.
The backwaters are alluring for all who visit Kerala. It is mostly spread in the southern Kerala and they offer good navigation system which are the only means to get agriculture crops to their respective markets. The backwaters spread across the whole of south Kerala is a worldwide tourist attraction. The beautiful still waters have the beautiful border of coconut groves. The combination of greenery and still waters is a visual treat for the traveller.
Board a houseboat which is equipped with amenities like luxurious bedrooms, an open lounge, a kitchen along with a deck. Chefs will be preparing sumptuous food aboard for you. If you are interested you can join for fish catching in the backwaters along with the crew. Enjoy the beauty of stillness in a royal manner during a luxurious cruise in the backwaters. The serene feeling is beyond words and has to be experienced yourself.
Experience life at its fullest and feel it up close in the backwaters. Kerala’s amazing greenery can refresh your body and mind with peace and wellbeing. The good climate is the major attractive factor of Kerala. The cool breeze and the green trees all around keeps the temperature pleasant and beautiful. That is the speciality of Kerala backwaters. This is an experience that cannot be explained in words.
Varkala is 45 kms away from Thiruvananthapuram city. It is not just a tourist attraction but also a very important pilgrimage centre for Hindus. There is a 2000 year old Temple dedicated to Sree Janardhana Swamy and the famous Papanasham Beach which are the major attractions. The ashram of Sree Narayana guru, a social reformer of Kerala is at Sivagiri in Varkala, which is a major pilgrimage centre.
The cliffs are the most beautiful sight at the beach. Enjoy surfing in the Arabian Sea. The natural mineral water spring at the cliff offers mineral water which is believed to have medicinal value.
Air: Nearest airport is Thiruvananthapuram International Airport, which is about 60 km away.
Rail: The railway station at Varkala is well connected to Kanyakumari, Thiruvananthapuram and other parts of India.
Road: Varkala is 45 km away from Thiruvananthapuram and 37 km from Kollam. There are regular bus services to Varkala from Kollam as well as Thiruvananthapuram.
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