Join us on June 20-27, 2020 for a Costa Rica experiential retreat and renewal experience!
Costa Rica’s land, 25 percent of it a protected tropical jungle, is one of the most biodiverse places on Earth. From the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocean, it is home to 5 percent of the world’s species. But one must not miss that Pura Vida, pure life, does not only refer to its flora and fauna – it emanates from the heart and spirit of the people of Costa Rica, it is their way of life and their gift to every visitor.
Blue Osa Yoga Retreat & Spa, a jungle-chic off-the-grid eco resort aiming to leave the smallest possible carbon footprint, will be our private home for a week of Pura Vida.
The adventure begins as you board a 12-seater 45-minute flight from San Jose to Puerto Jimenez to oversee the lush jungle embracing mountains and ocean – a journey to paradise.
Your Costa Rica experiential retreat begins the moment you arrive in Blue Osa, tucked by the endless waves of a pristine Pacific Ocean, to experience life with all your senses. Farm to table in Blue Osa will leave you nourished from your body to your mind and soul. Your experience will be complete with a daily yoga practice and Blue Osa’s Sacred Meditation Walk, an inward journey of contemplation and discovery.
Your Costa Rica experiential retreat Includes:
7-night accommodations at Blue Osa Yoga Retreat & Spa
Daily yoga and mindfulness practice
3 farm to table meals per day & farewell reception
$50 Blue Osa Spa certificate
Kayak Jungle & mangrove tour
Conservation & farm tour
Chef’s farm to table secrets spilled
Puerto Jimenez community agape & tour
Puerto Jimenez Airport-Blue Osa roundtrip car transfer
Personalized attention with maximum of 24 guests
Master Concierge to assist you in researching flights and any additional custom-made experiences
Renovad organic cotton bag
Not included: Airfare to/from San Jose and Puerto Jimenez; tips
Renovad, you opportunity for a renewal experience
PLACE YOU ON TOP OF THE PRIORITY LIST Take time to clear your mind, stimulate your senses and refresh your soul, so that you can show up for whom and what you love in full force
YOU ARE OUR KEYNOTE We intentionally do without speakers to focus on unique experiences to inspire your own internal conversation
JOIN IN SISTERHOOD Renovad’s multigenerational women, most of whom excel in business and hold leadership positions in a variety of sectors and industries, lift one another
BE CONCERNED ABOUT NOTHING We excel on destination knowledge, thus relieving you of the burden of planning and risk of trial and error
YOUR TIME TO FLOW Dial up and down on activities to further tailor your renewal experience
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Frequently asked questions
Do I need a passport or a visa to travel to Costa Rica?
A visa is not required. As of December 31, 2002 all Canadian, US and EU citizens who travel to Costa Rica for tourism and pleasure purposes only need a valid passport. Please check your passport to make sure you have at least 6 months validity from the time you enter Costa Rica. If not, you should get a new passport.
Do I need any shots before visiting Costa Rica?
You do not need any shots or vaccines before visiting Costa Rica. However, we always suggest speaking with your Doctor and referring to the World Health Organization’s website before traveling anywhere.
How do I get to Costa Rica and Blue Osa?
You need to flight into Juan Santa Maria Airport in San Jose (SJO). There are a number of direct flights and other options from many main US hubs. Then you should book a connecting flight to Puerto Jimenez.
Domestic Costa Rican carriers, such as Sansa, offer numerous flights daily from San Jose to Puerto Jimenez, with the one-way trip taking approximately 45 minutes. It should be noted, however, that there are no late afternoon or evening flights with either air-carrier. The last flights into Puerto Jimenez depart from San Jose in the early afternoon. Visitors arriving into the country in the late afternoon or evening should take this into consideration.
Should you need to stay in San Jose due to flight schedules in and/or out, we recommend Marriott Courtyard near the San Jose airport in Alajuela.
For additional information, and to make a reservation: https://www.renovad.co/rsvp
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