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Ayurvedic Treatment & Ayurvedic Museum Tour In Sri Lanka

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Ayurvedic Treatment & Museum Tour In Sri Lanka” It’s a 17 days tour and exclusively 12 days Ayurveda treatment .and the remaining 5 days will explore Nuwara Eliya, Mahiyanganaya, Kandy and Colombo City  As you can see in the Itinerary. The treatments will be carried out about 1: 30hrs on a daily basis and remaining hours will be utilized to explore surrounding cities. All the treatments are carried out under the supervision of  Dr. Mali & Dr.Withanchchi who’s own property and founder of one and only Ayurvedic Museum in Sri Lanka. Especially if you are working in a highly stressful environment or a high cholesterol person, this is the best place to cure and heal. As per the Dr.Withanachchi has advised must complete the full course avail the benefits.

Both Wife & Husband are well qualified and certified Ayurvedic Doctors who’re well-Known in Sri Lanka and the world. Yearly about 1000-1500 tourists are visiting for treatments and they are all well satisfied.

Write to us with your request or information about your health or treatment you re looking for then we can organize your tour accordingly. 

About Ayurvedic

The quest for robust health and longevity dates back to the early eras of human evolution. The Indian subcontinent rendered a definite direction to this pursuit by unifying, validating, organizing and effectively connecting medical lore across myriad civilizations and cultures to the fundamental philosophy derived by the highest intellectual and spiritual hierarchy. Ayurveda is the magnificent expression of this compendium of healthcare knowledge, which is evocative of pre-historic/Vedic time spans, and committed to holistic wellbeing

Ayurveda Consultation

Consultation with the Ayurvedic specialist at the beginning of the program includes a detailed analysis of your individual inner nature and constitution. It tells you how this inner nature influences your personal likes and dislikes and interacts with outer nature. Based on this understanding, we explore ways in which you can make a positive impact on your health in terms of diet and lifestyle.

In addition to the constitution analysis and the suggestions for a corresponding adjustment of the food and nutrition, habits, ayurvedic herbal preparations as well as the individual treatments will be recommended. The herbal preparations are mostly based on traditional Ayurvedic formulas and have been tried and tested for centuries. The production of these oils and preparations is subjected to strict quality standards.

The Benefits of The Treatments

Type of Treatments

HERBAL STEAM BATH

Herbs are boiled in a pot and its Vapor is passed on to the whole body or to an affected organ. A wooden chamber used is steaming performed to the whole body it’s also effective for paralysis numbness and pain, swelling and stiffness of joints. 16 fresh & dried herbs make up the boiling pot which produces the steam for this remedy. It opens the capillaries and tissue crevices (Sweat pores) to induce Sweating and exclude the waste matter.

SHEERODHARA (WARM OIL HEAD TREATMENT)

The person is allowed to lay on a wooden bed and an earthen pot is hung above his head. A blend of high potency herbal oil is poured into the pot and is allowed to fall on the forehead through a hole continuously. Especially this Treatment leads to deep mental and spiritual relaxation, improves powers of Concentration and helps alleviate headaches and sleeplessness (Insomnia) Also this treatment is very effective for kind of paralysis.

AYURVEDIC BODY MASSAGE (HEAD TO TOE)

A Therapist will massage you gently with Ayurvedic oil chosen to suit your body condition. This massage improves blood circulation, relieving rheumatic and arthritic pain, turning up the nervous system, encouraging detoxification and providing a luxurious healthy glow to the skin. Massage makes muscles flexible and stimulates glandular activities. it relieves congestion of the bladder and sexual organs, helping to prevent the formation of stones. Warm Ayurvedic oils will deeply penetrate and hydrate your skin. Intricate patterns are woven by hand moving in synchrony as he follows the lymph in your body.

SARWANGADHARA (OIL BATH)

The Medicated liquid oils are poured all over the body of the patient. Oil is poured from a particular height and a simultaneous massage is also done. This procedure provides strength to the tissues & promotes biological fire. The luster & the beauty of the body is enriched. The sense organs become clear & overall longevity achieved. This procedure helps regeneration and rejuvenation in the body and especially good in the management of Vatika diseases.

HERBAL BATH

Herbs are boiled and the resulting liquid is added to warm both capillaries and the space between tissue are dilated and purified while the herbs have a healing effect and create a general sense of well-being

KATI WASTHI

Retention of warm medicated oil which enhances the proper function of nerves of the Spinal cord by reducing pain on the patient’s back area (Lumbar and sacral areas) about 30 minutes. For the maximum results, this treatment should be done at least 5 days continuously.

NASYAMNasal Cleansing

A therapy to stimulate the brain and all nerves in the head and face. Using certain herbal oils, the sinuses are cleansed and all the channels in the facial area are opened.

SHIRO AWASTHI

The head is provided with a scuff of leather like a cap with an open base. The base is filled with medicated oil which is allowed to stand for an indicated period of time. This is also another head oil application. In this method, the oil soaks in the top of the head for nearly 45 minutes. By this treatment can be prevented or Cures, Facial paralysis, Headaches & other head disorders, Eye disorders. (e.g. refraction errors), Insomnia, Dryness of mouth & nose, loss of sensation, sinus disorders & especially makes the hair roots strong & prevent by falling hair.

 

 

 

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    Itinerary

    Day 1 to 12Wadduwa

    A little bit of Wadduwa
    Wadduwa is a town of Western Province in Sri Lanka. It is situated on the west coast of the Island, Aproxmaitly 33 km from Colombo. It spans from 30.5 to 36.5 km area along the Galle Road, 4.5 km to the landside and 1 km to the seaside. It is also famous for its rich cultivation of coconut palms and as a major producer of toddy and vinegar. There are few historical places in the area such as ancient Buddhist temples. Wadduwa is one of the popular tourist destinations. Also, the products
    Activities
    Welcome and receiving at the Colombo Internation Airport
    Transfer to Wadduwa Hotel.
    Chill-Out at Wadduwa Beach
    *Day 1 & 3 Explore Wadduwa town and village side started your Ayruwadic treatment as per the schedule.
    *Day 4, Continue your Ayruwadic treatment|Visit Mirrissa beach and sightseeing at Galle Dutch fort.
    *Day 5, Continue your Ayruwadic treatment In Wadduwa | Vist to Hikkaduwa beach for surfing, Snorkeling, Diving, and chill-out
    Hikkaduwa beach.
    *Day 6 & 7, Continue your Ayruwadic treatment in Wadduwa | Visit Bentota beach for beach spots|Geoffrey Bawa’s architectural
    Place to explore(Bentota Beach Hotel)| Explore moon-stone mine |Chill-out Bentota beach.
    *Day 8, Continue your Ayruwadic treatment In Wadduwa | Tour to Ambalangoda town|Chill-Out at the wadduwa beach
    *Day 9, Continue your Ayruwadic treatment In Wadduwa | Tour to Ahungalla town|Chill-Out at the wadduwa beach
    *Day 10 &12 Continue your Ayruwadic treatment In Wadduwa | Tour to |Chill-Out at the wadduwa beach

    Inclusive for the Ayuredau tour
    *All the treatments Approx. 2.5Hours per day & Doctor visits
    *All the Oral medicines during the course, (The medicines will be provided especially for the blood purifications & Urine
    filtrations according to the body condition after the purgation )
    *Wifi+ Cloths for the treatments + Herbal Tea etc.

    Meal Plan
    *Daily breakfast, Dinner, and Lunch

    Dress Code
    *Cotton clothes | Comfortable shoes | Hats are recommended.

    Weather condition In Wadduwa
    *Suncreams | Sunglass, and hats are recommended for the beach 30 °C |Wind about 10 km and 66% Humidity

    Accommodation Details
    *3 Star Hotel with two meals per day
    *Double or Twin sharing
    *Hotel name: Anjayu Villa

    Day 13Nuwara Eliya

    A little bit of Nuwara Eliya
    Nuwara Eliya is a city in the tea country hills of central Sri Lanka. The naturally landscaped Hakgala Botanical Gardens displays roses and tree ferns, and shelters monkeys and blue magpies. Nearby Seetha Amman Temple, a colorful Hindu shrine, is decorated with religious figures. Densely forested Galway’s Land National Park is a sanctuary for endemic and migratory bird species, including bulbuls and flycatchers.

    Activities
    *After breakfast at Wadduwa, Proceed to Nuwara Eliya
    *On the way to Nuwara Eliya, stop by Shri Bhakta Hanuman” Hindu Temple & capture the breathtaking views of Sri Lankan greenly hills
    *Visit Rama Seetha Hindu temple
    *Visit Haggala botanica garden
    *Tour George lake and Little England
    *Visit Ramboda” waterfall
    *Explore Labukale” tea plantation
    *Check-In to your hotel and enjoy lunch
    * In the afternoon sightseeing at a strawberry farm and enjoy fresh strawberry Juice
    *Enjoy your dinner at the hotel and stay overnight in Nuwara Eliya

    Meal Plan
    *Breakfast
    *Dinner

    Dress Code
    *Warm clothes / Comfortable shoes / Insect repellents are recommended.

    Weather condition In Nuwara Eliya :
    *13 °C |Wind about 02 km/h and 100% Humidity

    Accommodation Details
    *3 Star Hotel with two meals per day
    *Double or Twin sharing
    *Hotel name: Oak ray summer hill breeze

    Day 14Mahiyanganaya | Dambana | Ayuruwada Museum

    A little bit of Mahiyanganaya |Dambana
    The Vedda are a minority indigenous group of people in Sri Lanka about 2500 to 6600 population in 2001 who, among other self-identified native communities such as Coast Veddas, Anuradhapura Veddas, and Bintenne Veddas, are accorded indigenous status. The Veddha minority in Sri Lanka is in threat of becoming extinct Most speak Sinhala instead of their indigenous languages which are nearing extinction.
    The Vedda were probably the earliest inhabitants of Sri Lanka and have lived on the island since before the arrival of Vijaya. According to the 5th-century genesis chronicle of the Sinhalese people in the country.
    Veddas are also mentioned in Robert Knox’s history of his captivity by the King of Kandy in the 17th century. Knox described them as “wild men”, but also said there was a “tamer sort”, and that the latter sometimes served in the king’s army.

    The original language of the Veddas is the Vedda language, which today is used primarily by the interior Veddas of Dambana. Communities such as Coast Veddas and Anuradhapura Veddas, who do not identify themselves strictly as Veddas, also. When a systematic field study was conducted in 1959 it was determined that the language was confined to the older generation of Veddas from Dambana. In the 1990s, self-identifying Veddas knew few words and phrases in the Vedda language, but there were individuals who knew the language comprehensively. Initially, there was considerable debate among linguists as to whether Vedda is a dialect of Sinhala or an independent language. Later studies indicate that it diverged from its parent stock in the 10th century and became a Creole and a stable independent language by the 13th century, under the influence of Sinhala.
    The Language of Veddas
    The parent Vedda language(s) is of unknown genetic origins, use Vedda language for communication during hunting and or for religious chants while Sinhala is of the Indo-Aryan branch of Indo-European languages. Vedda also maintains many archaic Sinhala terms prior to the 10th to 12th centuries, as a relic of its close contact with Sinhala. Vedda also retains a number of unique words that cannot be derived from Sinhala. Likewise, Sinhala has also borrowed from the original Vedda language, words, and grammatical structures, differentiating it from its related Indo-Aryan languages. Vedda has exerted a substratum influence in the formation of Sinhala.
    The religion of Veddas
    The original religion of Veddas is animism. The Sinhalized interior Veddahs follow a mix of animism and nominal Buddhism. There are also peculiar deities unique to Veddas, such as “Kande Yakka”.
    The food supplies of Veddas
    Veddas were originally hunter-gatherers. They used bows and arrows to hunt game, harpoons and toxic plants for fishing and gathered wild plants, yams, honey, fruit, and nuts. Many Veddas also farm, frequently using slash and burn or swidden cultivation, which is called “chena” in Sri Lanka. East Coast Veddas also practice sea fishing. Veddas are famously known for their rich meat diet. Venison and the flesh of rabbit, turtle, tortoise, monitor lizard, wild boar, and the common brown monkey are consumed with much relish. The Veddas kill only for food and do not harm young or pregnant animals.
    The clothing of Veddas
    Until fairly recent times, the raiment of the Veddas was remarkably scanty. In the case of men, it consisted only of a loincloth suspended with a string at the waist, while in the case of women, it was a piece of cloth that extended from the navel to the knees. Today, however, Vedda attire is more covering, men wear a short sarong extending from the waist to the knees, while the women clad themselves in a garment similar to the Sinhala diya-redda which extends from the breast line to the knees.
    The cult of the dead
    “When man or woman dies from sickness, the body is left in the cave or rock shelter where the death took place, the body is not washed or dressed or ornamented in any way, but is generally allowed to be in the natural supine position and is covered with leaves and branches. This was formerly the universal custom and still persists among the less sophisticated Veddas who sometimes in addition place a large stone upon the chest for which no reason could be given, this is observed at Sitala Wanniya (off Polle-bedda close to Maha Oya), where the body is still covered with branches and left where the death occurred.”
    They believed that the spirit of their dead would haunt them bringing forth diseases and calamity. To appease the dead spirit, they invoke the blessings of the Nae Yakka and other spirits, like Bilinda Yakka, Kande Yakka followed by the dance ritual of the Kiri Korah.

    A little bit of Ayurveda Museum in Sri Lanka (One and only)
    The nature-oriented science of Ayurveda goes beyond 5000 years in India and Sri Lanka According to The concept of Ayurveda, there are 3 elements of the body called Vatha (Air) Pitha (Bile) and Kaha (Phlegm) A balance of these 3 factors, he will continue to healthy and fit. By using natural herbs and medicines the people enjoyed the benefit of longer life span this confirms that Ayurveda as science of longevity Now that you are here, you have a golden opportunity of visiting the only Ayurveda museum in Sri Lanka at Dambana, Mahiyanganaya which is facing to the radon your way visit “Veddas” The museum offers historical links a herbarium a video presentation and treatment technics Ayurveda Depicted in statue from called pure karma and panchakarma

    The museum has been partitioned for different categories.
    *Old Ayurvedic equipment
    *The processing methods of Ayurvedic medicines
    *Identification of Ingredients in Ayurveda Medicines
    *Introduction of Purwakarma & Panchakarma Treatments
    *Details of more than 400 to 500 herbal plants.
    *The historical photo gallery
    *How to prevent from them, Medicines & remedies for diseases & about Herbal plants
    *To taste different varieties of Herbal teas of Sri Lanka with 100% vegetarian cuisine.

    Activities
    *After breakfast at Nuwara Eliya, Proceed to Mahiyanganaya
    *Explore Wedda’s village
    *Explore one and Ayurveda museum in Sri Lanka
    *Visit Sorabora Vava (Lake)
    *Vist Mahiyangana Raja Maha Vihara (Buddhist temple)
    *Enjoy your dinner at the hotel and stay overnight in Mahiyangana

    Meal Plan
    *Breakfast
    *Dinner

    Dress Code
    *Cotton clothes | Comfortable shoes | Hats are recommended

    Weather condition In Mahiyangana:
    *23 °C |Wind about 02 km/h and 90% Humidity

    Accommodation Details
    *3 Star Hotel with two meals per day
    *Double or Twin sharing
    *Hotel name: Sorabora Gadara Village Hotel

    Day 15Kandy

    A little bit of Kandy
    Kandy is a large city in central Sri Lanka. It’s set on a plateau surrounded by mountains, which are home to tea plantations and biodiverse rainforest. The city’s heart is scenic Kandy Lake (Bogambara Lake), which is popular for strolling. Kandy is famed for sacred Buddhist sites, including the Temple of the Tooth (Sri Dalada Maligawa) shrine, celebrated with the grand Esala Perahera annual procession.

    Activities
    *After breakfast at Mahiyanganaya Proceed to Kandy
    *Visit Temple of the tooth (Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic)
    *Visit Peradeniya Botanical Garden
    *Visit Silk Factory and the Gem Museum
    *Enjoy Sri Lankan Traditional Cultural Show
    *Explore Kandy city
    *Enjoy your dinner at the hotel and stay overnight in Kandy

    Meal Plan
    *Breakfast
    *Dinner

    Dress Code
    *Cotton clothes | Comfortable shoes | Hats are recommended

    Weather condition In Mahiyangana:
    *23 °C |Wind about 02 km/h and 97% Humidity

    Accommodation Details
    *3 Star Hotel with two meals per day
    *Double or Twin sharing
    *Hotel name: Oak Ray Regency Hotel

    Day 16Colombo

    A little bit of Colombo
    Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka, has a long history as a port on ancient east-west trade routes, ruled successively by the Portuguese, Dutch and British. That heritage is reflected in its architecture, mixing colonial buildings with high-rises and shopping malls. The imposing Colombo National Museum, dedicated to Sri Lankan history, borders sprawling Viharamahadevi Park and its giant Buddha.

    Activities
    *After breakfast at Kandy Proceed to Colombo
    *Check in to the hotel in Colombo & relax
    *Explore Galle Face Green & Old Parliament in Sri Lanka
    *Explore Red mosque & Dutch museum
    *Visit Gangarama Buddhist temple and don’t forget your camera
    *Walk in the Green Path & Viharamahadevi park
    *Visit Independence Square
    *Enjoy shopping in Colombo (ODEL / Noritake / House of Fashion /Ceylon Tea Shops/ Sri Lankan handicrafts & many more)
    *If you’re interested, In the evening can visit a few pubs, clubs & casinos
    *Enjoy your dinner at the hotel and stay overnight in Colombo

    Meal Plan
    *Breakfast
    *Dinner

    Dress Code
    *Cotton clothes | Comfortable shoes | Hats are recommended

    Weather condition In Mahiyangana:
    *23 °C |Wind about 02 km/h and 97% Humidity

    Accommodation Details
    *3 Star Hotel with two meals per day
    *Double or Twin sharing
    *Hotel Name: GSH Colombo

    Day 17Departure

    *It’s time to goodbye till the next tour. You make sure didn’t forget anything in the hotel room or with someone.
    *Check your passport | Air ticket | Cash & Valuable’s
    *If your flight is a late-night, please do the necessary arrangement with LankaExplorer Holidays which you can extend a few hers
    in the Hotel or can arrange some tours around.
    *The driver will pick you on time, Be there at the airport for 3 hrs. before your departure
    *End of tour |Wishing you and your family, safe trip to your destination

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