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Last Chance: Swami’s Yoga Tour to India March 2016

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North India Swami Sarasvati's Yoga Tour

Dates : 22 March to 5 April (15 days)

Namaste All,
Sanjay is going to India and he invites you to join him in this truly amazing tour to the incredible North of India. It is no exaggeration to say it is the trip of a lifetime.

This is your last chance to book this wonderful journey as inscriptions will be closed in 24 hours.

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The highlights include

The majestic Taj Mahal (say no more);

a royal elephant ride at the Amber Palace in Jaipur;

exploring the history and mystery of the ancient monuments and markets of Delhi;

The incredible Golden Temple at Amritsar.

a visit to Dharamsala, the home of the Dali Lama. We will also have a home stay experience at a family run hotel, enjoying local culture, replete with Indian cooking lessons from Grandma. Additionally we will do Yoga, meditation and have Ayurvedic massage treatments.

Tour price : $ 2799

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We would be delighted to tell you more about the tour so please email or call the 1 800 999 150 or 0 296 549 029. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

We hope you can come along.
Yours in Yoga,

Swami Sarasvati and Sanjay

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