Wellness Travel

{We're Obsessed}: India

 India | Photo Sheri Giblin for Pravassa©

India | Photo Sheri Giblin for Pravassa©

Brightly colored sarees, children on cell-phones in the streets, fresh country air gliding over vibrant landscapes and through cool stone passageways of palace ruins; this is India. Every time we journey here it’s a wellness experience that brings you up close with thousands of years of cultural traditions and people who make this land so unique. Here’s a look at our most recent adventure.

Pravassa's scouted, vetted and specially curated wellness travel offerings are the hallmark of our company. Ready to fall in love with India? Get started here.

Pravassa Wins Solo Travel Award

 SOLO TRAVEL IN CAMBODIA | PRAVASSA©

SOLO TRAVEL IN CAMBODIA | PRAVASSA©

Pravassa wins Specialty Tour Operator in World Nomads Solo Travelers Choice Awards

Since 2009, Solo Traveler’s mission has been to advocate on behalf of solo travelers. The annual Solo Travel Awards, sponsored by World Nomads, showcases companies known to serve solo travelers and excel at serving these travelers by offering tours, cruises, and/or vacation packages with no or very low single supplements. 

We are thrilled to announce that Pravassa has won the 2018 Specialty Tour Operator Award.

For a full list of winners, click here.

Feeding 150,000 people a day

 IMAGE:  EMILY POLAR

About 10 hours north of Delhi in the town of Amritsar you'll find The Golden Temple. As one of the most revered spiritual sites in India, the temple sparkles as it's literally a 24-karat-gold-plated masterpiece. Our own Katie Jehenson had her most recent #changedbytravel experience in this temple and has been sending Pravassa travelers here as part of a wellness pilgrimage. 

Below travel writer Emily Polar capture her experience. 

Located in Amritsar, Punjab, The Golden Temple is one of the most revered spiritual sites of Sikhism, but it’s not only Sikhs who make the pilgrimage here. The temple receives and feeds 50,000 to 100,000 people daily from all religions and walks of life, and during big festivals such as Diwali, the numbers can rise to 150,000 per day. 

There are four entrances, one on each side of the Temple – not to confuse, but to emphasize that it is open to all – and one bridge leading to the Temple that, I later learned, symbolizes what Sikhs believe to be the ultimate goal of human life – to become one with the Divine.

Read Emily's full story here.

To book a customWELL vacation to India and include The Golden Temple in Amritsar, click here