Ayurveda Hotel Sri Lanka

If you like to be sparse on your expenses during your Ayurveda holidays in Sri Lanka, plan you your trip during the southwest monsoon (from April to November). You get fairly good weather for an Ayurveda holiday during this time of the year. Choose your Ayurveda hotel in Sri Lanka from the list, we have carefully crafted this list by considering various factors…

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But this tropical island also has some secret ingredients and know-how in order to treat many ailments. Are you overworked & stressed out? Need to re-energize your body and mind? Then you can think of taking an Ayurveda course, in Sri Lanka. The all-natural science of health and good living. ” Ayurveda is based on the ancient wisdom of good living. Ayurveda is defined as ‘the science of life. This is an ancient system of medicine that uses herbs and oils to heal and rejuvenate.

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Ayurveda Holidays in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is popular as a destination for leisure holidays. Sri Lanka beach tour packages, wildlife tours and cultural tours such as Sri Lanka 4 days tour are some of the popular activities for travellers. Usually, a Sri Lanka road trip includes many places giving an experience of the cultural, historical and natural perspective of the island while towards the end of the tour the travellers enjoy the pristine beaches of Sri Lanka. But I highly doubt if you are aware of Ayurveda holidays in Sri Lanka. Because Sri Lanka is still an infant in this arena of health tourism.

What is Ayurveda?

First will discuss, what is Ayurveda. Ayurveda is an ancient system of medicine developed in Asia, long before the father of medicine, Hippocrates, was even born. The name Ayurveda is derived from 2 Sanskrit terms ‘Ayuh’ (life) and ‘Veda'(science or knowledge). Once the term Ayurveda is converted into English it means the science of healthy living. The two main objectives of Ayurveda are maintaining a healthy body and mind and working against diseases.

Ayurveda is based on an indigenous healing system, it draws not only on a deep understanding of philosophy but also elements of philosophy, psychology and spirituality. The Ayurveda is so influential that other ancient healing method such as Indian, Tibetan, Chinese medicine and Greek medicine has adopted many of the concepts found in Ayurveda.

Using herbs for Ayurveda medicine

Practitioners employ many of the medical herbs and plants native to Sri Lanka, they combine leaves, bark, berries, roots and flowers to create bespoke potions, oils and unguents tailor-made for the individual. Incidentally, in Ayurveda there is a belief that it’s not just people but also plants that can get sick – so only ‘healthy ’ plants are used.

Almost all presentations used in curing are produced by raw materials found naturally, where no artificial substances are used. These would come from roots, stems, barks, leaves, flowers, seeds, fruits & nuts of many a plant. From animals: milk, pearls, musk, shells and from earth iron, gold, silver & copper are used. Ayurvedic drugs do no harm to the organs of the body and do not give rise to any side effects. It has been shown in medical studies that drugs used in Ayurveda act as nutrients.

Principles of Ayurveda

To lead a healthy life one has to follow the Ayurvedic principles. To take care of the sick, the Ayurvedic physician has to get thorough knowledge so that he could determine whether the invalid is ill mentally or physically or both. Where for each patient, the physician has to diagnose the root of the cause and treat it accordingly. When the root of the illness is destroyed, the illness would not rise again.

Ayurveda is a way to a healthy & long life and can complement modern medicine. Ayurveda treats the symptoms of a disease and it helps individuals to strengthen their immune system. According to the fundamentals of Ayurveda the entire human body (mind, body and spirit of a person) should be treated as one unit because the human mind and body are working closely with each other.

Ayurveda Holiday in Sri Lanka

5 Rejuvenating Ayurveda Hotel Sri Lanka for holidays

Ayurveda Hotel Sri Lanka is a popular keyword phrase that appears in the Google search, due to the ever-increasing interest among international travellers in this traditional holistic medicine. Finding an Ayurveda hotel in Sri Lanka is not a daunting task, but is it good, what you choose? That’s where it is tricky, finding the Ayurveda hotels in Sri Lanka with the best treatments and facilities. After all, Ayurveda treatment should provide immense health benefits and it should cure if there is any illness.

Proper medicine is important to have fruitful Ayurveda holidays

Proper medicine and best practices are the key ingredients of a successful Ayurveda treatment package. If you don’t have the proper medicine and the treatments are not properly handled you may end up without any health benefits and wasting a lot of money and it may even bring you some ill effects. Therefore you should be very careful when choosing the Ayurveda hotel in Sri Lanka.

Ayurveda healing system is well developed on the island over the last millennia, the main reason being the warm climate with high humidity and abundance of herbal plants that are useful in producing Ayurveda medicine. A large number of the local population depends on Ayurveda to cure their sicknesses.

Combining Ayurveda treatments with a Sri Lanka beach holiday

Sri Lanka is not only suitable for rejuvenating your body and mind but also you can have an enjoyable vacation at the same time. However different Ayurveda hotels practice different methods while treating their customers, and that’s why some resorts are much better than others. Below mentioned top Ayurveda hotels in Sri Lanka are well managed and have a wide range of properly administered Ayurveda treatments. These Ayurveda hotels with well-built Ayurveda treatment centres and well-experienced staff are providing Ayurveda treatments for travellers for many decades and proved to be good.

If you like to be sparse on your expenses during your Ayurveda holidays in Sri Lanka, plan you your trip during the southwest monsoon (from April to November). You get fairly good weather for an Ayurveda holiday during this time of the year too! The number of Ayurveda hotels in Sri Lanka exceeds many dozens and they are spread throughout the island, but most of them are found in the west and southern coastal areas. However, if you are suffering from a serious illness, it is best to consider an Ayurveda hospital instead of an Ayurveda hotel.

muthumuni beach resort, Sri Lanka Beach Holiday
Ayurveda resort Bentota

According to the author, here are the top 5 Ayurveda hotels in Sri Lanka

  • Lanka princess Ayurveda hotel
  • Aida Ayurveda hotel
  • Ulpotha Ayurveda hotel
  • Muthumuni Ayurveda hotel
  • Suriya Ayurveda resort

Lanka princess Ayurveda hotel Sri Lanka

Lanka princess is a popular Ayurveda hotel in Sri Lanka and serves local and foreign travellers for many years. It has brought a notable new concept to the tourism industry of Sri Lanka— Ayurveda holidays in Sri Lanka with luxury. The resort attracts a large number of luxury seekers with the healing touch of Ayurveda every year.

The resorts serve leisure travellers as well as travellers who need Ayurveda treatments, however, most of the customers of Lanka princess are engaged in some form of Ayurveda treatment, they take at least an Ayurveda massage or a spa treatment. It is really impossible for any traveller to ignore Ayurveda completely; even if they do not have any idea about Ayurveda, due to the presence of well developed Ayurveda treatment centre.

Lanka princess Ayurveda hotel provides a wide range of Ayurved treatments for its in-house guests

You can choose one or several Ayurveda treatments from a large number of treatments such as body massage, sauna, Shirodhara etc. However, a doctor’s consultation is required if you plan to have a proper Ayurveda course at Lanka princess hotel. The hotel consists of 108 rooms and they are categorized under Economy, Comfort, Comfort Plus, Superior, Superior Plus, Superior Suite and Superior Suite plus, different categories of rooms provide a varied level of comfort and facilities.

Feel like a body massage, head massage or a foot massage by the sea? It’s possible! Of course, this holistic healing method is more than just treatments. You feel the effect of Ayurveda even in food; at the hotel, you can learn how to cook Ayurveda cuisine.

  • Cost: Room rates start from around $200 per night for a double, including breakfast. Different Ayurveda treatment packages can be booked at the hotel for 7 days, 10 days, 14 days etc.

Ulpotha Ayurveda hotel Sri Lanka

Ulpotha is one of the best nature-friendly eco-hotel with Yoga and Ayurveda in the world. Ulpotha has been able to gather a large number of best user reviews on Tripadvisor, due to its unmatchable quality of service.

The yoga retreat lies far away from the hustle and bustle of the cities. Therefore Ulpotha can be recommended for a peaceful and relaxing Ayurveda holiday in Sri Lanka with Ayurveda treatments and Yoga. Ulpotha is a traditional, remote, farming village in the central province of Sri Lanka, which is surrounded by lush green vegetation and a lake with crystal clear water. The hotel is fully open to the surrounding nature and all constructions are done with minimum harm to nature.

The hotel operates from November to April and again in August rest of the year, they spend time in the paddy field and are busy with their farming activities.

  • Cost: Rates start from around $2900 per Ayurveda course (2 weeks) including tax.

Aida Ayurveda hotel

You will see, a river and swimming pool at this popular Ayurveda beach hotel in Sri Lanka. The immediate neighbourhood of the hotel is the Bentota river while Bentota beach, the so-called golden mile is just a few minutes away from the resort.

The resort is owned by a popular businessman in the area, who is very enthusiastic about holistic medicine such as Ayurveda. The resort is well established Ayurveda resort on the island and was founded many decades ago, Aida Ayurveda resort is one of the oldest in the country that offers Ayurveda holidays in Sri Lanka based on indigenous healing practices. Aida Ayurveda resort has a well-equipped Ayurveda treatment centre providing all forms of Ayurveda treatments, Yoga exercises, Meditation programs etc.

  • Cost: Rates start from around $150 per person per day with Ayurveda treatments and all meals.

Muthumuni Ayurveda hotel

Usually, most Ayurveda resorts are expensive compared to leisure hotels due to various reasons. But Muthumuni beach resort is one of the most affordable Ayurveda beach resorts on the island, rates are comparatively the same as leisure hotels of the same category. The hotel lies in the so-called “golden mile” better known as Bentota.

Bentota is the most popular beach resort in the country and attracts the largest portion of leisure travellers on the island.  Muthumuni has well built Ayurveda treatment centre, Yoga centre, meditation room and all other facilities required for travellers who seek for Ayurveda holiday package with leisure.

Well-trained therapists and qualified Ayurveda doctors provide the best care for Ayurveda treatment seekers. All therapies are personalised and customised and combined with Meditation and Yoga to provide deep healing from within and without. Even your food is personalised to meet your individual requirements.

  • Cost: Rates start from around $150 per person per day with Ayurveda treatments and all meals.

Muthumuni Ayurveda beach resort

surya lanka, 14 Days Ayurveda holiday in Sri Lanka 1230 US$

Surya Lanka Ayurveda Hotel is one of the few Ayurveda hotels in Sri Lanka to cater exclusively to guests seeking Ayurveda treatment. Established in 1995, at Surya Lanka the focus is solely on authentic Panchakarma – a branch of Ayurveda which focuses on the cleansing of the body through a three-step process – Pre-treatment, Main treatment and post-treatment. Guests of the Ayurveda hotel can choose between three Ayurveda packages:

Ayurveda Light Cure – For guests seeking a less intensive Ayurveda program with more time for leisure/holiday. The main cleansing treatments such as Virechana, Nasya and Vasti are administered, albeit in a milder form.

Ayurveda Intensive Cure – The program chosen by approximately 80-90% of guests at Surya Lanka. The aim of the Ayurveda program is to deliver complete detoxification of the entire body. A minimum of 12 treatment days is required to administer all cleansing treatments in their proper form.

Ayurveda Heil Cure – For guests with chronic/multiple ailments such as Arthritis, Psoriasis etc. It is chosen by guests who require more intense/specific treatments, more medicines and closer monitoring/attention by our Ayurveda Doctors.

Surya Lanka Ayurveda Hotel also places an emphasis on Yoga as a complement to the healing practices of Ayurveda. Yoga is practised twice a day, five days a week by the pool or in our dedicated Yoga Hall. Indeed, Surya Lanka is increasingly popular among Yoga groups seeking Ayurveda treatments to complement their classes.

Surya Lanka is located directly on Talalla bay, one of the most beautiful and unspoilt beaches in Sri Lanka – providing the perfect backdrop for an Ayurveda holiday in Sri Lanka.

Cost: Varies depending on the room category and treatment package chosen. Rates start from 165 EUR/Night.

Surya Lanka Ayurveda Hotel Sri Lanka


14 Days Ayurveda holiday in Sri Lanka 1230 US$

The below description is about a panchakarma Ayurveda course and needs at least 2 weeks of time. But a full Panchakarma Ayurveda holiday in Sri Lanka can last more than 1 month. But there are some other Ayurveda courses that last only a few days and they are suitable for people who have only limited time for an Ayurveda course. One can even go for a customized Ayurveda course in Sri Lanka targeting to treat a specific ailment. However, the doctor decides the nature of the treatment and duration.

This holiday package with the Sri Lanka Ayurveda course is a full board package, which includes all the facilities for the Ayurveda course including meals, lodging, doctors consultation, and treatments. You have to report to the in-house Ayurveda doctor on the first day of the Ayurveda course for consultation. The doctor will decide on the appropriate treatments for your Ayurveda course. Here virtually you are not required to pay for anything other than the expense of personal nature.

Ayurveda holiday in Sri Lanka with Beach stay

Our featured Ayurveda is based on an Ayurveda beach resort located in Bentota beach and it is right on the pristine beaches. You have the option to have a sea bath and sunbath as well as water sports such as diving and snorkelling during your free time.

Bentota beach is the most popular beach resort on the island, which is located about 50 km away from the city of Colombo. Having a Panchakarma Ayurveda course in a beach resort allows you to pamper yourself with an Ayurveda holiday in Sri Lanka while giving it a touch of sun, sea and sand.

The Cost of the Panchakarma Ayurveda holiday in Sri Lanka is USD 1230 per person
Accommodations are on a double sharing basis. For a single basis, please inquire
Accommodations on an F/B basis (all meals included)

What is included in the Ayurveda holiday in Sri Lanka
Accommodation including all three meals
Ayurveda treatments
Doctor consultation

Cost does not include:
Tips of personal nature
Optional activity costs

Why you should book Ayurveda holidays in Sri Lanka and the hotels with Seerendipity tours

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