$2800 USD Early bird (ends Dec 21st)
A $500 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your space.
Included: Transportation from San Jose to both eco-lodges and back. Shared accommodation for 6 nights. All meals with the exception of two lunches. All yoga, energy healings, teachings/ workshops, waterfall hike, rappelling, tree climbing and nature walks with (Melanie and) Eduardo.
Travel (and) / medical insurance, transfers to and from the airport, or any other activity not described in the above itinerary, alcohol or extra meals and tips/gratuities to servers, staff, guides, etc.
About Chakra Eco-lodge:
Located in a private cloud forest reserve and nestled in the mountains of Costa Rica, Chakra was almost entirely hand built from locally sourced harvested fallen hardwoods on the reserve. The eco-lodge runs on solar energy, is self sufficient and operates under the philosophy of low impact, preservation, sustainability and being kind to the earth and others.
Chakra is off the grid and designed to be a sanctuary where you can unplug from day-to-day demands and reconnect with your true nature and what matters to you most.
At Chakra you will be nourished by traditional Costa Rican food that is simple, healthy and made with great love. Chakra is committed to supporting the local community by offering employment opportunities and working in partnership to empower and uplift the people of the nearby villages.
The intentionality and love is palpable at Chakra! Come and be held in this sacred space.
About La Cusinga Eco-Lodge:
Hidden in the hilltops overlooking the pristine beaches of Costa Rica’s south pacific, where the ocean crashes into the rain forest, sits La Cusinga Eco Lodge.
Tucked away in a private reserve, this rainforest hotel provides guests with sweeping ocean views, sandy beaches, natural pools, and the chance to experience the burgeoning forests and astonishing wildlife of the country’s most famous ecosystem – Osa, Costa Rica.
The hotel offers ten rustic cabins designed with sustainably-harvested wood and local materials to maximize comfort while minimizing impact on the environment. The open-air restaurant creates an ideal setting to enjoy delicious tropical dishes made with fresh produce at the Aracari Restaurant.
In addition to the hundreds of acres of privately-owned primary and secondary forest, the ecolodge borders the Ballena Marine National Park, one of only two nationally-protected marine zones in the whole country of Costa Rica.
The hotel’s genuine commitment to sustainable practices along with our first- hand experience in local and national conservation efforts enrich our guests’ appreciation of these ecosystems and the importance of their continued preservation.