The collaboration between AATO and the Ministry of Tourism highlighted their shared vision of showcasing the beauty of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands while promoting wellness tourism in the region. The event provided visitors with an opportunity to experience the tranquility of Corbynscove Beach and engage in rejuvenating yoga practices led by expert instructors.
The celebration witnessed enthusiastic participation from AATO members, tourists, life guards, tourism stakeholders, members of Andaman Sea Adventure Associatiom and dedicated personnel from the TSET team and A&N Police department. Their combined efforts ensured the seamless organization of the event, creating a safe and enjoyable environment for all attendees.
Esteemed yoga instructors from Ayush and Patanjali played a crucial role in highlighting the significance of yoga during the event. Participants were guided through various yoga postures and breathing exercises, enabling them to experience the positive effects of yoga on their physical and mental well-being.
“We are thrilled with the overwhelming success of the International Yoga Day celebration at Corbynscove Beach. This event not only promoted yoga but also showcased the captivating beauty of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands,” said Mr. M.Vinod, President of AATO. “We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our members, life guards, tourism stakeholders, and the A&N Police personnel who wholeheartedly supported us in making this event a remarkable accomplishment.”
The celebration began with an inspiring opening ceremony, followed by an invigorating yoga session overlooking the picturesque shores of Corbynscove Beach. Participants were able to immerse themselves in the serene surroundings and discover the harmony that yoga brings to their lives.
The event successfully attracted a diverse range of individuals, both locals and tourists, who were eager to embrace the transformative power of yoga amidst the breathtaking natural splendor of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.