Have you ever wanted to just get away from it all, disconnecting your cell phone and computer so that you can reconnect with nature, friends, and yourself?  Join us for a magical two weeks in the tropical rainforest of Costa Rica’s Talamanca mountains, just a 40 minute drive from the famous caribbean beach town of Puerto Viejo.  We will swim in lush waterfalls, practice yoga on the caribbean shore, prepare delicious organic cuisine, harvest tropical fruits from a permaculture garden, paint in the virgin rainforest, and then we’ll make music and dance all night!  We invite you to make new friends and experience the adventure of a lifetime while living completely off the grid at the Aiko Sustainable Farm. 

Jungle Love Rural Retreat

November 4 -18, 2012




Daily Activities Include:


Yoga

Swimming in Waterfalls

Permaculture Farm Visits

Nature Walks

Beach time

Meditation

Surfing

Filmmaking

Photography

Painting

Music Making

Dancing



Register before September 15th, 2012 and receive 10% off


**Costa Rican resident special pricing available**

Food

Preparing and sharing high quality food created from local organic produce is an ancient tradition we find central to good living.  Vegetarian and vegan options will be offered as well as conscious meat dishes.


 

Fees


$1600 USD


Above fees cover all workshops, accommodation, food, and activities over the course of the two week Jungle Love Rural Retreat

Accommodations

Participants are welcome to stay at the Aiko Sustainable Farm in Carbon, Costa Rica just a 40 min drive into the Talamanca mountains from the caribbean beach town of Puerto Viejo.  There is covered platform for pitching your tent, or you can simple choose to stake out a spot anywhere on Aiko’s 350 acre jungle paradise. We have an open air kitchen and full facilities. You can take a shower or you can simple jump into one of Aiko’s 6 gorgeous waterfalls!  We are completely off the grid at Aiko.  Accommodations are basic so that you can fully immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Costa Rica’s rainforest.