Details

March 25 – April 2, 2022

Private Bathroom

$ 1600

Double Occupancy

$1700

Single Occupancy

Payment Plans available

Communal Bath

$1500

Double Occupancy

$1600

Single Occupancy

Payment Plans available

Welcome to the Jungle!

Spend eight days blissfully disconnected from the modern world. No e-mail, no phone calls, no texts, and no social media. It’s just you and your companions, connecting to yourselves, each other, and the natural world during this all-inclusive rejuvenating retreat.

Your journey begins in a long-tail boat, riding across a pristine lake into the heart of the Thai jungle. You wind your way past towering limestone cliffs and miles of meandering coastline until you reach a remote corner of the lake. There, atop the deep blue water and nestled below a ring of ancient trees, floats a bamboo rafthouse – your home for the next week!

Each morning you wake up just as the first rays of sun start dancing on the water. You wander over to the floating sala for morning yoga, then glide back to the main deck for a delicious and healthy breakfast. After a dip in the silky, cool water, you get ready for the morning’s activity: a hike through the jungle to get to a cave you can explore.

Upon returning to the village, you inhale a breeze rich with garlic, ginger, and lemongrass coming from the kitchen. Yum! Pad Thai for lunch!

Elements

WELLNESS: Massage + Cranial Sacral

MINDFULNESS: Yoga + Qigong + Meditation

ACTIVITIES: Swimming + Canoeing + Cave Exploration

FOOD: the most amazing & fresh Thai food you’ve ever had!

LODGING: a floating bamboo village on Rajaphraba Lake in Khao Sok National Park

After lunch, you jump in one of the kayaks and set off to explore another corner of the lake. A patch of swaying bamboo catches your eye, so you paddle in for a closer look. Now just a few feet from the shoreline, you spot a whole family of monkeys peering out at you from the trees.

Eventually, you paddle back to the village and climb into the hammock that hangs on the porch of your private ‘jungalow’. Soon you are fast asleep, swinging to the rhythm of a thousand gentle waves.

After a peaceful nap, you rise deeply rested and dive into the lake to enliven your mind and body. A lone Macaque wanders over to the edge of the sala. He sits and watches the class with interest before he goes back to hunting for snails.

Soon the cicadas start to sing, signaling that it is almost dinner time. You join the group on the main deck and enjoy sampling every Thai delicacy on the buffet – chile fried fish, Panang curry with tofu, jungle greens, fresh pineapple, and mango…

After dinner, you decide to stretch out on the deck cushions and watch the stars, which are as bright as you have ever seen them thanks to the new moon…

Join us for a truly magical and unforgettable week!

INCLUDED:

  • Transportation to/from Surat Thani International Airport (URT) to Jungleyoga at the Praiwan Raft House
  • Lodging
  • All meals
  • Unlimited Coffee & Tea
  • Water & Fruit
  • Use of kayaks for wildlife viewing
  • Jungle Hike on bamboo raft

NOT INCLUDED:

  • Flight to/from Surat Thani International Airport (URT)
  • Additional Massages
  • Souvenirs
  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Gratuities for therapists, guides, & teachers

LODGING

Each bungalow is simply furnished— wooden bed frame, mattress, bedding, pillows, and mosquito netting (if requested) and towel.  All bungalows offer awesome cliff and lake views and a place on the front deck for a hammock nap or just chilling out and soaking up your environment.

Bungalow w/ Private Bathroom

  • Single Occupancy: $1700
  • Double Occupancy: $1600

Bungalow w/ Communal Bathroom

  • Single Occupancy: $1600
  • Double Occupancy: $1500

GUIDES

Jessica Van Antwerp

Integral Travel Owner/Trip Leader

Recently profiled in Inc. Magazine as a leader in the health/wellness industry in Boulder, CO, Jessica has been studying and working with the human mind, body, and spirit for almost twenty years. Her studies of both Western and Eastern philosophies, religious traditions, and Chinese medical theory give her many lenses through which to help others bring into focus the big picture of their lives. The practical studies of massage, shiatsu, yoga, and qigong were the natural branches of her intellectual pursuits and she has been sharing all of this knowledge through teaching for almost ten years. Integral Travel gives her the opportunity to bring it all together in the context of travel. She believes that removing yourself from your day-to-day environment opens the mind and heart to new things and combining inner exploration with outer exploration anywhere in the world will actually bring you home…to yourself, to heal your heart, and to cultivate optimal health and happiness to create positive changes in the world around you.