Yoga & Adventure in Costa Rica
Yoga and Adventure in Costa Rica
May 6-14, 2022
Luna Lodge, Osa Peninsula
Hike in the tropical rainforest.
Breath-taking waterfalls and swimming holes are on the property. If you want to travel a bit father, join a day-long guided hike in Corcovado National Park. At the edge of where the beach meets the rainforest, you’ll be in one of the few remaining lowland tropical rainforests in the world. Often described as the most pristine conservation areas on the earth, you’ll see anteaters, toucans, sloths, monkeys, crabs, frogs, butterflies and much, much more!
Move, meditate, and breath in twice daily yoga practices. The Lodge’s yoga platform is above the forest canopy, so it seems as if you are practicing on the tops of the trees. The yoga classes on this retreat are suitable for all levels of practitioners. You can expect the skilled, precise, and caring Hatha Yoga instruction you know and love from Tara. Even better? Everything you need is here; mats and props are provided.
Savor delicious cuisine.
Enjoy three scrumptious per day, prepared with produce and herbs grown onsite in the organic garden. Expect inventive local cuisine and exotic native dishes, homemade breads, beautiful fresh salads, fresh-picked fruits and veggies including mango, papaya, banana, pineapples, oranges, lemons, avocados, cashews and more. All food allergies, sensitivities, and dietary preferences are honored and accommodated with variety and tons of flavor.
6 am Sunrise Yoga
Energizing practice outdoors with amazing jungle view
8 am Breakfast
Rotating choices including local favorite gallo de pinto, breakfast burritos, omelettes, and fresh fruit
10 am Relax or Adventure
Lounge at the Lodge, read book, join a tour or book an activity
12:30 pm Lunch
Salads, soups, burritos… all delicious!
2 pm Relax & Indulge
Take a dip in the pool, nap in a hammock or schedule a massage
5:30 pm Sunset Yoga
Quieting evening yoga practice outdoors in the fading daylight
7 pm Dinner
Mouth-watering entrees with fresh produce, inventive grains, proteins, and desserts
9 pm Wind down
Evening walk, stargazing, and conversation
Secluded free-standing cabins with electricity include a private deck, a private bathroom with shower and bathtub, large screened windows, an open high thatched-palm roof, and bed nets.
See more photos of the bungalows in the photo gallery.
Fully enclosed hotel-style rooms close to the main lodge at the bottom of the mountain have private bathrooms including shower and bathtub. Rooms have 1 double bed and 1 single bed.
See more photos of the hacienda rooms in the photo gallery.
Enclosed nature-lover permanent platform “glamping” tents have zip-open doors, screened windows, a private balcony, electricity, a private bathroom with a shower, and the best views overlooking the forest canopy. Be prepared for lots of stairs on the way up and down, as these tents are at the top of the mountain. If you choose a shared tent for two, you must indicate a roommate.
See more photos of the tents in the photo gallery.
Bungalows (1 available with two double beds)
Shared: $2,875 per person
Hacienda Room (2 available, each with one double bed and one single bed)
Shared: $2,560 per peron
Glamping Tents (2 available, each with two single beds)
Shared: $2,125 per person
1 night stay at Luna Inn in San Jose on Friday, May 6
Round trip charter plane and car transport to Luna Lodge from San Jose
7 nights stay at Luna Lodge from Saturday, May 7 to Saturday, May 14
3 delicious meals per day
Daily morning & evening yoga sessions
Bird watching (over 460 species live in Osa Penninsula, and many on the Luna Lodge property, including Scarlet Mackaws and Toucans)
Stargazing free from light pollution (telescope onsite)
Hiking to waterfalls on the property
Sunbathing and swimming at the Luna Lodge pool
Airfare to and from San Jose (SJO)
Meals on Friday, May 6
Travel Insurance (required; I recommend Travel Guard)
Excursions, activities, spa treatments, alcoholic beverages
Cancellation and Payment Policy
Travel way off the beaten path for yoga and adventure with Tara Lemerise in the enchanting and secluded Luna Lodge, a very special eco-lodge built on the side of a mountain in the rainforest of Osa Peninsula.
Bask in the beauty of nature.
Osa Peninsula is the most bio-diverse place on the planet. Wake each morning to the sounds of birds, monkeys, and crashing waves. During the day, hike among the old growth trees in the rainforest. And at night, you stargaze in a light pollution-free sky.