Isola Di Cocco Ayurvedic Beach Resort | Trivandrum, Kerala | Backwaters
This therapy can help reduces the stress accumulated from today's hectic job and personal life. It is a combination of different kinds of treatments which calms down the body, mind and soul. Treatment duration is about 120-180 minutes daily and includes oral intake of herbal medicines.
2. All meals (Vegetarian diet)
3. Basic internal medicines
4. Free consultation by the doctor every day before treatment
5. Daily 2 Ayurveda treatments
6. Free Herbal water in the room
7. One hour Boat Cruise in the backwaters
8. Daily Yoga sessions
Ayur Heritage or Ayur Deluxe
TV , A/C , Wi-Fi/ Internet , Western-Style Bathroon , Hot Water Facility ,
Isola Di Cocco is a heritage resort that sits on a coconut grove, on the banks of the river Poovar in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. Here guests will experience Kerala in all its glory with the river, the lakes, the backwaters, country boat rides and traditional Ayurveda.
The resort offers secluded clusters of housing villas, each with its own balcony, breath-taking views and reflecting Keralian architecture. Guests can relax in their heritage room or cottage, or lie on the beach, lulled by the sound of waves and the rustling of palm fronds stirred by tropical trade winds.
At Bela, the Ayurvedic center, a team of experienced doctors and therapists offer authentic healing and rejuvenating Ayurvedic treatments.
How to Reach
- Closest Airport
- Trivandrum International Airport
- Closest Railway Station
- Trivandrum Central
- Traveling by Road
- Well connected to all Indian Cities.
Booking cancelled between 14 to 21 days from the date of check-in 25% of the booking amount will be charged.
Booking cancelled between 7 to 14 days from the date of check-in 50% of the booking amount will be charged.
Booking cancelled between 4 to 7 days from the date of check-in 75% of the booking amount will be charged.
No refund for any further cancellations.
100% retention for a no-show
No cancellation permitted during peak season (21 December to 10 January)