In honor of the upcoming National Yoga Day on June 21, Frontiers International Travel and Great Plains Conservation are offering two new Wild Studio Yoga retreats being offered in one of the most spiritual locations on the African continent. These four-night retreats will take place on the edge of the Chyulu Hills in southern Kenya, where guests will enjoy sunrise and sunset meditation and yoga sessions with incredible views across the wildlife-filled plains to Mt Kilimanjaro’s snow-capped peak. Trips are scheduled for November 30 – December 4, 2018, and December 4 – December 8, 2018. Packages include internal flights, the yoga program, accommodations at ol Donyo Lodge, meals, drinks and activities for $2,607 per person. No single supplement charge applies. For more info, visit https://www.frontiersej.com/news/yoga-soul-safari-in-africa or call Frontiers at 800.245.1950.
Guests will enjoy the finest luxury in terms of accommodations, guiding, service and cuisine at the highly-acclaimed, ol Donyo Lodge. A member of both Relais & Chateaux and National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World, the lodge embodies the high standards of sustainability, hospitality, community involvement, and service these organizations require. Their suites are built into the rock, each with private plunge pools and rooftop star beds.
The retreat program will include sunrise yoga, enriching workshops to further your yoga knowledge, sunset meditation and/or restorative yoga practice. Sessions will be led by Binita Shah, a conservationist, and yoga teacher who has been practicing for over 10 years and is passionate about keeping yoga authentic.
Guests can add on a photographic safari, gorilla trek, or beach holiday in East Africa that will allow further exploration of the fascinating cultures, incredible wildlife, and majestic landscapes of this wonderful part of the world.