What a beautiful season we’ve had so far - and it’s not over yet!
As a number of retreats in the area begin to close their doors, the Ashiyana Family are still looking forward to receiving you throughout the whole of April.
This last month of our season, before the monsoon rains start in May, is one of our favourite times to be here. Curious to find out why?
1 - IT’S OM-AZINGLY PEACEFUL
You might be lucky enough to enjoy a large stretch of our Mandrem Beach all to yourself - especially during the first and last hours of the day. Throughout the day you can easily find empty beach beds, free tables in the beach shacks or plenty of warm sand to lay down on in the sun. You will find the perfect occasion to meditate, take in the beautiful sunsets, and simply to relax and disconnect.
2 - YOU CAN HAVE A MORE AUTHENTIC EXPERIENCE
Whilst the number of foreign tourists drop from mid-March, the number of locals enjoying the beach towns begins to rise. Whilst you can still enjoy plenty of you-time, if you feel to be more social, you have the perfect chance to do so! Chat with the locals and discover more about the amazing Indian culture and traditions.
3 - IT’S THE BEST TIME TO EXPLORE NATURE OR GO TREKKING
The pre-monsoon season is often the best time to immerse yourself in nature, no matter the weather. When the first rains hits the mountains, you can enjoy the waterfalls at their best, whilst admiring the local majestic forests.
4 - SAVE ON TRAVEL COSTS AND TREAT YOURSELF
Flights and accommodation costs are reduced during the ‘low’ season. At Ashiyana, you can take advantage of our low-season rates throughout the whole month of April. In our opinion, that’s a great excuse to treat yourself with an extra spa treatment or upgraded room with the savings that you make! ;)
5 - WE WILL TREAT YOU TO A FREE MASSAGE
Last minute holidays don’t have to be stressful to organise. We welcome you with open arms this April to our ‘home away from home’.
Contact us now to request more details and book your stay with one free massage per guest.