Our Locations in Costa Rica


  • Playa Grande is a breathtaking beach located on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, in the Guanacaste Province. The beach stretches for kilometers, offering golden sands, crystal-clear waters, and mesmerizing sunsets.  With its incredible surf breaks, Playa Grande is known as a paradise for both beginners and advanced surfers year round.  The beach offers a beautiful, tranquil and soothing setting for yoga, mindfulness, meditation, and self-reflection. It is also a vital nesting site for endangered leatherback turtles, drawing eco-tourists who can witness the nesting and hatching process during the nesting season (february till april). 
  • Turrialba is a charming, authentic town nestled in the verdant Cartago Province of Costa Rica. Surrounded by lush forests and scenic landscapes, Turrialba is a paradise for nature lovers, offering a perfect blend of tranquility and thrilling outdoor activities like rafting the Pacuare that finds its way throught the rainforest,  hiking to impressive waterfalls and the active Turrialba Volcano, an imposing natural wonder.  The town itself exudes a relaxed atmosphere,  friendly locals, and a vibrant market on fridays and saturdays where you can sample delicious local produce. 
  • Puerto Viejo is a vibrant but also relaxed coastal town situated in the Limón Province of Costa Rica, famous for its laid-back Caribbean atmosphere, stunning beaches, and rich biodiversity,  The town's vibrant Afro-Caribbean culture is reflected in its lively reggae music, colorful street art, and mouthwatering cuisine. Visitors can explore the pristine white sand beaches, where surfing, snorkeling, and sunbathing are popular activities. The nearby jungle provides opportunities to spot a variety of wildlife, including howler monkeys, sloths, and toucans. Puerto Viejo also provides an ideal starting point for an expetion to theTortuguero National Park, "the land of the turtles", a protected area renowned for these majestic creatures that can be observed during nesting and hatching periods (mid june to october). The park with its network of navigable canals is perfect for boat trips and spotting exotic wildlife, such as monkeys, slots and caimans.