A little bit about the centre:
We’re looking forward to sharing our little slice of paradise with you. Our Costa Rica retreat centre is located in the mountains near Palmar Sur at the beginning of the Osa Peninsula. It gives the perfect blend of mountain air, rainforest and close beach access. It consistently provides us with a beautiful temperature, a few degrees less than on the beach, which we are about 15 minutes drive from down the mountain. We also have walking access to 3 stunning waterfalls, with the closest being about 10 minutes walk through the jungle and the farthest (of the 3) being about an hour walk.
There are multiple ways to get to the centre including flights, buses and taxis. We find the best way to get here is via a small local flight from San Jose to Palmar Sur (on SANSA airlines). This mode gives you stunning views of the coast, which includes the world famous “whale’s tail” beach and national park. It also gets you here much faster – only a 35 minute flight and a 25 minute drive combined. If you want to know more about the taxis and buses, please contact us for more information. For more information on the SANSA flights, click here.
If you are planning to stay in San Jose for a few days, we would highly recommend staying at the Adventure Inn. More information on that over here.
Take a look at the journey for yourself:
Adventure & Exploration
There are no shortage of activities at the centre and in the surrounding region. We’ve explored a range of activities including the ziplining (that goes right over the top of the centre), beach trips (some beaches have caves…) waterfall hikes and much more! Check out our little video compilation of some of the adventures that are possible at and nearby our Costa Rica retreat centre:
Staying at the centre:
When you stay with us we make it our mission to take the best possible care of you so that you can fully immerse in this natural and cultural experience. In all our retreat and accommodation packages, your meals are included (breakfast, lunch and dinner).
Our accommodations are tents, but it’s a little closer to “glamping” than camping. Each tent is on a solid platform with a permanent, protective roof over the platform, and the tents each have two single beds in them with enough room for spreading out and making yourself at home. Our mornings are often started by the calls of our local howler monkeys, and our nights are ushered in by a cool breeze, fireflies and the soft hum of the jungle. Take a peek inside the tents: