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It's still hard to believe that just a week ago I was staying at this delightful retreat in the middle of the spectacular Daintree rainforest. I could only stay a few days but would urge anyone to stay as long as possible. After a couple...More
The experience was 5 star, however, if it's a 5 star pamper package you are after, this is not it. The facilities are basic, solar power, tank water, outside toilet and shower, undercover though and friendly frogs:)) Being kind to the enviroment is wonderful. Starting...More
I spent four nights with Janardhan and Mara and wish I could have spent four weeks. If you are on a journey of self discovery, spiritual or simply looking for a place to recharge Prema Shanti is the place for you. I was made feel...More
Four of us flew over from New Zealand to stay here.
We all had little yoga experience and when doing the yoga classes felt very criticised and pushed beyond our levels of comfort. There was no encouraging.
Rooms were basic and you needed to keep...More
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Response from Mara Staffieri S, Owner at Prema Shanti Yoga & Meditation RetreatResponded 13 January 2017
These ladies won a prize that was run in NZ, 2 of them won the prize the other 2 tagged along because the prize was for free, and for four people.They had no idea what they where coming to, did no research, would have never...More
I was looking for a quiet escape with Meditation and Yoga to escape the city life with rest and recover - and Prema Shanti was exactly what I needed. I stayed 6 days, which was perfect for me. You can easily fill your days with...More
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US$67 - US$87 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Yes, the only option is to get a car (or maybe a bike :)). I was looking into public transportation as well but there is none.
You'll also need a car to get lunch or to go and visit other parts of the Rainforest.
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"Choose a private room rather than sharing for a more relaxed experience."