FAQ

Q.Is airfare included in the plan?

Q.How can I get visa for India?

Q.Can I take treatment partly?

Q.Are there anything I should bring there for Ayurvedic treatment?

Q.Can I experience Ayurveda even though I have some allergies?

Q.I don’t have confidence in communicating with the local populace.

Q.What is the climate of Kerala versus rest of India like?

Q.What kind of clothes should I wear there?

Q.What about sanitary conditions (such as water) there?

Q.Do I have to eat curry and rice?

Q. Is airfare included in the plan?

A. Sorry, airfare and arrangement cost of visa are NOT included in the price. What’s included in the price are as below.

  • Hotel charge
  • Wifi fee
  • Arrangement/coordination
  • Information support fee
  • Transportation fee to pickup from airport. For further info, please refer cost and term of package in detail

Q. How can I get visa for India?

A. Visa rules are different for different countries. Please contact your nearest Indian embassy or consulate in your country of residence. Single entry TVOA (Tourist Visa On Arrival) facility for 30 days is offered to 12 nationalities including Japan, New-zealand, Finland, Luxemberg, South Korea, Singapore among others, at Trivandrum, Cochin, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkota, Hyderabad and Bangalore airports. One may refer for more details on http://boi.gov.in/ or feel free to contact us for specific information

Q. Can I take treatment partly?

A. Of course, you will be able to do that. Please let us now in advance if you have specific needs/ wishes.

Q. Are there anything I should bring there for Ayurvedic treatment?

A. You don’t have to bring anything in particular for Ayurveda treatment. We have made arrangements at the treatment centres for everything you may need for the therapy

Q. Can I experience Ayurveda even though I have some allergies?

A. Yes, you can. Please be assured because you can select  the treatment which suits your body condition after discussing/consulting with doctor.

Q. I don’t have confidence in communicating with the local populace.

A. The official language is Malayalam, but many people here can speak in fairly good or the worst case in broken English. Thus, You should not worry too much if you can speak basic English. Further we will put you on an induction session wherein you would get a fair idea of the culture and get hold of some local useful words/terms too.

Q. What is the climate of Kerala versus rest of India like?

A. Relatively, south India is more pleasantly warm and comfortable to stay than North India.

  • Summer season is from February to May. The average temperature is about 30℃
  • Rainy seson is from June to September. The average temperature is about 25℃
  • Cool season is from October to January, The average temperature is about 25℃

The best season is from around November to February for a regular tourist.
And for Ayurvedic treatment, it is generally considered that rainy season is the
appropriate time for receiving medication and undergoing treatment.

However, Haana can convert any season to an ideal season for the visitor with a
variety of activities planned on each itinerary to make your stay as exciting as ever.
We decided to offer such a combination to suit the individual tastes of the customer
because an annual holiday for the visitor may vary across the year according to their
nature of work or vacation constraints.

Q. What kind of clothes should I wear there?

A. Cotton clothes are preferred. In temples and public places, one may need to respect local culture and hence should be appropriately dressed. However, you do not need to care about that in the place you stay or when you are at the beach, because there may be other foreigners too.

Q. What about sanitary conditions (such as water) there?

A. You should not drink tap water. However it’s ok to drink pet bottle water instead of that. You can buy pet bottle / mineral water almost anywhere.

Q. Do I have to eat curry and rice?

A. Of course, we recommend that as that’s what travelling to a different country is like. We have included that on the meal menu on some days.You might as well try various things you cannot do in your country, and make best use of such an opportunity when you are in India.