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4 Day Short Private Yoga and Surf Retreat in Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca


Surf and Yoga Experience in Mexico
Come and enjoy your personalised on and off-the-mat adventure in beautiful sustainable eco-friendly cabañas with breathtaking ocean views. You will be surrounded by tropical flora and fauna to make you feel totally harmonised with nature. Find the perfect balance between an active and relaxing holiday. This retreat includes daily yoga classes, surf lessons, private yoga and meditation, breakfast, lunch and other added experiences, all according to your wishes.


2 surf lessons
Up to three yoga classes per day
3 nights accommodation in a private room or private cabaña with ocean-view terrace
Use of all the common areas (kitchen, pool, and more)
Fruit water, smoothies, tea, coffee all-day
Daily healthy vegan breakfast and lunch

Program Venue

Barbarenas, Calle Conejos, Brisas de Zicatela, 70934 Puerto Escondido, Oax., Mexico
+52 954 161 5332

About Oaxaca

Oaxaca is a state located in southwestern Mexico, known for its vibrant indigenous culture, cunning sceneries, and exquisite cuisine. Here are some key features that characterize Oaxaca:
  1. Colonial Architecture: The city of Oaxaca de Juárez, the capital of the state, is a UNESCO World Heritage site renowned for its colonial architecture. The historic center features well-preserved Spanish colonial buildings, including the iconic Santo Domingo Church and the Macedonio Alcalá Theater. The city’s colorful streets, adorned with vibrant markets and traditional crafts, provide a captivating atmosphere.
  2. Gastronomy: Oaxaca is considered the culinary capital of Mexico, offering a culinary experience like no other. The state is famous for its diverse and flavorful cuisine, which incorporates indigenous ingredients and techniques. Traditional dishes include mole (a rich sauce made with chili peppers, nuts, and chocolate), tlayudas (oversized tortillas topped with various ingredients), and chapulines (toasted grasshoppers). Oaxaca is also renowned for its excellent mezcal production, a traditional Mexican spirit derived from agave plants.
  3. Natural Beauty: Oaxaca boasts a remarkable natural landscape, with lush mountains, valleys, and beautiful coastlines. The Sierra Norte and Sierra Sur mountain ranges offer tourists with opportunities for hiking, birdwatching, and exploring traditional Zapotec communities. The coastline along the Pacific Ocean features beautiful beaches such as Puerto Escondido and Huatulco, allowing surfers, sun-seekers, and nature enthusiasts to have a well-spent holiday.
  4. Festivals and Traditions: The most famous is the Guelaguetza, a colorful folkloric festival that takes place in July, where indigenous communities from different regions of the state gather to showcase their music, dance, and traditional attire. Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos) celebrations boast elaborate altars, processions, and culinary offerings to honor deceased loved ones.
In summary, Oaxaca is a culturally rich and diverse state in Mexico, celebrated for its indigenous heritage, historical sites, colonial architecture, flavorful cuisine, natural beauty, and lively festivals. It offers visitors a captivating blend of art, history, and traditions, making it a must-visit destination for those seeking an authentic Mexican experience.

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