LOTUS Fitness Retreats
Support your Wellness goals and Fulfill your travel dreams
Why LOTUS Fitness Retreats?
When you travel with LOTUS Fitness Retreats, you invest in your wellness goals and fulfill your travel dreams. You will experience outdoor fitness and adventure activities combined with wellness practices that create a unique balance of exploration and relaxation. Get ready to use your strength for the activities and completely unwind and recharge your way to wellness.
February 12 – February 19, 2021
Visit: Rincon de la Vieja, Bijagua and Tamarindo
8 Days / 7 Nights
Activities: Hiking to Waterfalls, Cultural Tour, River Boat Tour, Spa, Stretch Sessions
Includes Roundtrip Airfare from the US to Costa Rica, All Accommodations, Activities, Ground Transportation, Most Meals & Tips
Double Occupancy: $3,570*
Single Occupancy: $4,210*
Installment Payments Available
*Indicates total package costs with flights from BWI and DTW. Different cities of departure may affect price of retreat.
A valid passport is required for entry that must be valid for length of stay. No visa is required for stays less than 90 days. The passport must have at least one blank page for the Costa Rica entry stamp. Check the entry/exit requirements HERE.
Known for their generosity of heart and friendly nature, the people of Costa Rica – who call themselves Ticos – are one of the country’s national treasures.
Once you step foot in Costa Rica, you’ll understand the meaning of this national motto. Much more than “pure life,” Pura Vida is a state of mind – an appreciation of life’s simple pleasures. Thanks, in part to this Pura Vida, Costa Rica is consistently ranked one of the world’s “Happiest Countries”.
The standard in Costa Rica is the same as in the United States: 110 volts AC (60 cycles). Some electric outlets only have 2 prong sockets, so an adapter may be needed for 3 prong plugs.
Costa Rica has an excellent phone system, and the country code for dialing is 506. Check with your cell phone provider for international data and voice plans and costs.
Many resorts and restaurants offer WiFi.
Although the water in Costa Rica is generally safe to drink, water quality varies in some cities. It would be best to use bottled water and avoid ice.
Spanish is the official language of Costa Rica, but English is widely spoken. The Costa Rican currency is called the “colon”. Check the current exchange rate here. Many businesses will accept U.S. Dollars and major credit cards are widely accepted.
Costa Rica is on Central Standard Time, 6 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (-6 GMT). Costa Rica does not use daylight saving time, so the time difference is an additional hour April through October.
Costa Rica is in Central America, bordering both the Caribbean Sea and the North Pacific Ocean, between Nicaragua (to the north) and Panama (to the south). Costa Rica encompasses a total of 19,700 square miles (51,100 square kilometers).
More than 800 miles of gorgeous shoreline divided between the Atlantic and Pacific coasts. Costa Rica’s picture-perfect beaches are world-renowned. Whether you love to surf, swim, fish, or just enjoy the cool breezes, the options are seemingly endless.
The population of Costa Rica is 4.9 Million (2015) with approximately 350,000 living in the province of Guanacaste.