Hand Crafted Experiences


 

Each of our Hand Crafted Experiences incorporates a few of our favorite things:

  • Yoga
  • Hip Spots in Rad Destinations
  • Local Culture
  • Nourishing Food
  • Adventures
  • Unplugging
We travel the globe both near and far to bring you the most authentic spots in the coolest destinations. Our hideouts range from an Organic Lavender Farm in New Mexico to a Private Flyfishing Ranch in Montana, and each site is consciously curated to up the ante on the natural environment, adventure element, and local culture. Each experience is customized to incorporate local peeps on the ground that offer you one of a kind excursions including things like Ayurvedic Cooking Classes, Balinese Traditional Dance Ceremonies, and Rose Distillation Perfume Blending. And not to mention that along with daily yoga and meditation we get you in the zen zone! Call us a yoga lover, cultural liaison, or your go-to travel agent, we’re here to create once in a lifetime getaways that bring together the coolest tribe around!

 

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What Makes the Om On Experience Unique?


 

Om On’s experiences are hand crafted for the experience of a lifetime.  We partner with unique properties that our off the beaten path and won’t be found in your travel guide.  These locations evoke a vibe of equal parts serenity and adventure.  From there we begin to build an experience based upon getting you deeply immersed in the local land and culture.  This includes a special focus on local cuisine prepared fresh each day and using the most natural ingredients, one-of-a-kind activities that allow you to explore the surrounding nature, the integration of local experts from botanists to energy workers, and of course our signature yoga classes with the most knowledgeable and rad yoga teachers.  Each experience gets crafted literally from the ground up and you won’t find a similar one around.  We hope you’ll join us in the future as we wander this globe together whether it be for an Urban Retreat in your home town or at a Balinese Guest house overlooking the rice paddies.