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4 Day Relax and Breathe Yoga Retreat in El Castillo, Arenal


Great way to reconnect and reset in the beauty of Costa Rican nature

Be and let be! Allow your mind and body to absorb the peace and beauty of the tropical rainforest while relaxing to the sounds of nature. Get off the beaten path and immerse yourself in an authentic and raw Costa Rican experience. Practice yoga in an enchanted Costa Rican location. Just you and the breathtaking nature around you!


The natural beauty of Essence Arenal provides you with the space to journey inward, renew, and refresh your body, mind, and spirit. Grounding at the organic permaculture farm, pool, and nourish your body with functional organic smoothies or gourmet vegetarian farm-to-table cuisine. With the guidance of certified naturopaths and yoga instructors, you will have a transformational stay!


  • Daily 75-minute morning yoga class
  • Daily spa circuit access (jacuzzi, steam room, sauna)
  • Unlimited access to permaculture farm and trails, pool, and facilities
  • Beautiful volcano, lake Arenal and El Castillo valley views
  • 3 nights accommodation in a private room with bathroom
  • 3 daily healthy meals with natural juice in farm to table organic restaurant
  • Pamper your body with Essence Arenal’s massage in our jungle Spa
  • Cacao and permaculture farm tour with chocolate-making workshop

Program Venue

Essence Arenal , 1 km al sur de El Castillo, 200 meters next to the Butterfly Conservatory, Alajuela Province, El Castillo, 20213, Costa Rica
(+506) 2479 1131

About Alajuela

Alajuela is a province located in the northwest region of Costa Rica, just outside the capital city of San Jose. It is the second-largest province in the country and is home to a number of attractions and natural wonders. One of the most notable landmarks in Alajuela is the Arenal Volcano, which is one of the most active volcanoes in the world. Visitors can hike to the top of the volcano or relax in one of the many hot springs in the area. Alajuela boasts a number of cultural and historical sites. The city itself has a rich history and is home to a number of colonial-era buildings and churches, including the Alajuela Cathedral and the Juan Santamaria Museum. Alajuela is also known for its coffee plantations, which produce some of the best coffee in the world. Visitors can tour these plantations to learn about the coffee production process and sample some of the local brews.

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