Tatler Magazine Features Matt Roberts Retreat at Ananda Spa

Fancy a dose of zen alongside your fitness drive? Tatler magazine recommends Matt Roberts retreat at the blissful Ananda in the Himalayas, and we couldn’t agree more. Yoga, meditation, Vedanta Hindu philosophy, spa treatments and organic food – all customised for your specific dosha.

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Margot’s Private Room and Al Fresco Terrace

​​​Spring is in the air – finally! Weather permitting, Margot will have outside seating in May through the summer months. Those looking for a venue for a personal or business event can also enjoy the stunning Club Room at Margot. A versatile space for a truly bespoke event seating up to 32 guests.

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Ananda Spa Reviewed in YOU Magazine

YOU Magazine travelled to IHHR managed, Ananda Spa – part of Shanti Hospitality – to see what was so special about the hideaway which has hosted many celebrities and dignitaries. Find out what they thought, and whether Ananda lived up to its blissful hype…

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World’s Most Followed Aviation Blogger, Sam Chui, Learns to Fly with Alpha Aviation

Sam Chui, the world’s most followed aviation blogger, recently visited Alpha Aviation Group to get a taster for what real cadets go through to become pilots out of Clark Airport in the Philippines. Read his full feature, inside…

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Shanti Maurice in the Conde Nast Traveller Spa Guide

Set amid 36 acres of coconut palms in the far south of Mauritius, the Nira Spa at Shanti Maurice is by far the biggest and most serious on the island and brings together a globetrotting number of philosophies. The treatment menu runs from traditional Thai massage to reiki healing, Ayurvedic facials to watsu sessions, as well as a series of more intensive spa-stays focused on yoga, meditation or sleep. Conde Nast explores…

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Himalaya’s Natural Highs – Ananda and Ayurveda is a Journey to Another World

“It’s quite a trek from here to the Himalayas, but then, that’s what you’d expect on a journey to another world. And Ananda In The Himalayas in Northern India is certainly out of this world. It’s hard to describe how special the atmosphere of the place is. It’s the mountains, a tranquillity that gets into you in the way only shades of India can.

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Alpha Aviation Group Comment on Asian Aviation ‘Growth in Vietnam’ Feature

In a recent article from Asian Aviation magazine, journalist Ralph Jennings explores this growth and the fact it is now a key priority sector for growth and development by the government. Vietnam’s boom in aviation is also mimicked by the keenness for pilot training, says Alpha Aviation Group’s regional director, Cris Magdangal – the training school’s class is made up of 20% Vietnamese.

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Ananda Spa Features in Goop ’10 Day Itinerary to Northern India’

Ayurveda—far from the one-size-fits-all approach often found in western wellness— recognizes the individuality of our personalities and body types. While you could opt to do a seven-day Panchakarma in an ashram, when it comes to spas, Ananda is the place to go.

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WATCH: ‘I Flew a Plane!’ Model Cora Waddell Takes to the Skies with Alpha Aviation Group

Coraleen Sarah Roberto Waddell, also known as Cora Waddell, is a Filipino actress, fashion model, and video blogger. Last month she was given the opportunity to learn how to fly a plane with the help of C&C Alpha’s, Alpha Aviation Group. Watch as she practices in the state of the art simulator before taking off and flying around a volcano in the Philippines and enjoy a bird’s eye view of Clark in her second video! See what its like to stall your engine in midair and watch her land the plane and survive to tell the tale!

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Raga on the Ganges and The Beatles in The Telegraph

50 years ago the Beatles famously came to Rishikesh, India to explore transcendental meditation. John Lennon and George Harrison arrived in India on Feb 15, with Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr following four days later. Ringo, who brought a suitcase packed with cans of baked beans as a safeguard against spicy curry, seems to have been the least impressed by what they found. 

In this wonderful piece by The Telegraph, travel Writer Stephen McClarence explores the journey the band took and looks at why Rishikesh remains a pilgrimage spot for many. 

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