After the Covid-19 pandemic in the year 2020, India saw a sharp inclination toward the ancient Indian medical treatment the Ayurveda. This led our Ayush Ministry to organize the 9th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo in Goa in December 2022.
The current Ayush Ministry secretary Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha said that Ayush would reach $10 Billion by the end of 2022.
The hyperbolic growth of Ayurveda has developed a drastic effect on the Indian hospitality segment as many wellness resorts have started giving their services as wellness centres for people looking for Ayurvedic treatment centres.
Many big names are on this list of wellness centres such as Ananda of Himalayas, Uttarakhand, and Atmantan of Maharashtra. The wellness resorts are attracting a lot of wealth to the Ayush treatment industry. Statistics show that India’s wellness industry was worth $77.6 Billion in 2020.
The very recent name of such a resort-turned Ayurvedic hospital is Amal Tamara Banquet . The resort started this service in 2022 only. The boutique property has 19 rooms and offers a minimum of a 7-day treatment schedule. Amal Tamara Banquet resides in Mannancherry village near Alappuzha.
A person stays a minimum of 7 days and the treatment can go up to a few weeks. The average total cost including activities and treatment is Rs/- 183,775 and Rs/- 257,299 for single-person & double occupancy.