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Fragrant Nature yoga & wellness

Fragrant Nature yoga & wellness
Description Fragrant Nature Kollam is undoubtedly the best experience in backwaters. Ranked No. 1 in TripAdvisor, we delight all our guests with a private balcony that offers panoramic view of the backwaters for all categories of rooms and ensures that Nature is never far from one's door step. Yoga in the serene backdrop of Mala Lake is sheer magic and there are packages that include Daily yoga, Meditation sessions, Consultations with Doctor and Yoga master. The food is majorly sourced from own farmlands which are 100% pesticide-free. ‘Prana’, the Ayurveda Spa offers therapeutic packages designed to clients’ body constitution. We do have packages starting from 7 nights to 21 nights , daily yoga and Ayurveda on the bank of a beautiful lake in a small village in Kollam ,Kerala.

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UAE firm plans Gulf expansion for Kerala Golden Trio : PTI feed, News Dubai, Dec 13 (PTI) A UAE-based hospitality and leisure firm has said it will strengthen its presence in the Gulf region by appointing more sale representatives and travel partners for promoting Kerala Golden Trio. A first-of-its-kind initiative Kerala Golden Trio by Fragrant Nature Resorts has been launched for the visitors from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region. "The culturally discerning can experience old world charm at Fragrant Nature Fort Kochi, just off the commercial capital of Kerala, to start their journey. They can then head to Fragrant Nature Munnar, a prized jewel in the Western Ghats, for a hill resort experience with unmatched views of misty hills, valleys and tea plantations. The visitors will then head to Fragrant Nature Backwater Resort & Ayurveda Spa in Paravur, Kollam, to revel in the famed backwaters of the state," Anne Sajeev, Managing Director of Fragrant Nature, said.

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Fragrant Nature Resort, Kollam – Experience Kollam as a seaport had a sustained commercial reputation from the days of the Phoenicians and the Romans. It is also known for its natural beauty embraced with sea, forests, mountains, lakes, backwaters, plains, rivers, tropical crops and vast green fields. With its lush greenery and vivid natural surroundings, Kollam has become one of the favorite holiday destination. Fragrant Nature Resort Kollam

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