Costa Rica Thanksgiving Yoga & Surf Retreat
Beautiful ocean views, jungle living and rest await you at our favorite oasis! We’ll experience daily yoga, beach time, restfulness and rejuvenation ~ a magical feeling away from the craziness of civilization. Iguanas, coatis, howler monkeys and colorful birds are a common sight. Sunrises and sunsets from our private villa are beyond stunning. A short walk away is Playa Pelada: a quiet, beautiful beach with tidepools and serene views of the sunset. Just a few miles south: Playa Guionnes, a lively beach for shell shopping, horseback riding, sand play, long walks and (for the surfers, boogie boarders and body surfing fans) the most consistent well-formed waves in Costa Rica. Also nearby: zip lining adventures, quad rentals (miles of dirt roads to explore), kayaking & SUP (Stand Up Paddling) on the river plus plenty of local artistic flavor. Every year we have also been lucky enough to enjoy the sea turtles, either hatching or watching the mamas laying their eggs at Playa Ostinal. There are always opportunities to experience miracles on our retreat! Our site and schedule is full of WOW!
Type of Event
Nov 20 - Dec 4, 2013
Pacific Coast North
$1495 per person, shared room
2 Meals, All Yoga, Beautiful Ocean view room
Call Erika for more information at: 310-989-0878
shared room, two meals and all yoga classes
Yoga Teachers receive 100 hrs of Continuing Education Credit!!
Shared rooms ($1495 per person) or Single occupancy ($1995 per person), include two very hearty, healthy meals per day AND all daily classes (at least 2 per day) as well as use of the villa pool, honor bar, common areas and all the hammock relaxing you can possibly enjoy. This 14-day getaway is the best way to experience the land and waters of Costa Rica. Kids are welcome at $695 each for children 12 and under. Child watching is included during yoga classes. Airfare and ground transportation not included. Surfboard rentals ($70 for a week) and excursions (approx $55 each) can be purchased separately.
Facilitated by: Erika Faith Calig, Athena Engelman
See more details at: 2013/04/costa-rica/