Kula Throuple: Yoga + Surf Send-Up

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at Boca Sombrero (Osa Peninsula
Costa Rica Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica )

Vaccination Required
SOLD OUT

It’s too good to be true! 
(You must say: I do). 
There’s no better place
To don jungle lace.
A throuple of old ladies (well some more than others)
Will most surely fulfill all of your druthers.
Is hot, sweaty yoga your idea of a good time?
Or Costa Rican rum - with a garnish of lime?
Perhaps you hanker for two surf sessions a day?
After 20 years on the Osa, we know how to play.
Waterfalls, horses, a cornucopia of food,
Hammocks and swimming pools if low key is your mood.
Nikki and Schuyler lovingly kicking your booty.
Alex waxing poetic (and her booty hirsutey).
So quick - pack your bags
And join us old hags!
If you love getting wet,
This retreat’s a sure bet.

A little about the surf: This is one of the warmest, most pristine spots in Central America. It's a perfect place both for newbies to learn to surf and for experienced surfers to rip it up without any agro locals dropping in on them. The private beach break at Boca Sombrero is ideal for beginner and intermediate level surfers. No rocks! (A few miles away is Matapalo—a world class point break). If you're not a surfer—and determined not to be converted during our week together—you'll have plenty to keep you busy. Besides the copious yoga, near the retreat center you will discover waterfalls, gorgeous hiking trails, and tide pools. And we can all meet up at the sweetest bar south of the border.

DISCLAIMER: If you venture to the wilds of the Osa, you might quit your day job and go permanently off the grid. Don't blame us. You've been warned.

Includes: accommodation; 2 yoga classes daily; meals.

Not included: extras (massage, surfing lessons, board rental); flights; taxi to retreat center; Covid-19 testing prior to returning to the US.

All pricing listed is
PER PERSON.
All pricing includes a $600 deposit that is nonrefundable.
Please check with Jen before submitting payment to ensure your lodging choice is available.

Platform tents (thatched roof, small porch, private outdoor sink/shower with adjacent bathroom facility nearby):
Double (we will not match you up so please recruit a friend!): $1650*sold out
Single: $1850*sold out


Casa Playa (open construction house with giant loft, large living room and open plan bathroom downstairs; ladies only; swimming pool open to all retreat guests):
$1750*sold out


Casa Troya (open construction house facing the ocean; two bedrooms on upper floor with kitchen and bath plus large porch on first floor; bedrooms are separated via a screen so best for solo flyers or friends): *sold out
Double: $1750
Single: $2250


Casa Rio (two bedrooms, Ocean room is slightly larger; open construction house featuring small private dipping pool, kitchen/living area, and shared bathroom):
Ocean Room: $2250 double; $1750 triple
*sold out
Jungle Room: $2250 single; $1850 double
*sold out

Casa Edmundo (private house adjacent to Boca Sombrero, beautifully crafted/outfitted for a couple; bedroom upstairs and large kitchen/lounge area on first floor):
Double: $1950
or inquire for single or triple rates *sold out

Arrive: anytime on April 2
Depart: anytime on April 9
*please inquire if you would like suggestions for extending your trip either at Boca Sombrero or elsewhere in Costa Rica.

Flights:
One flight to SJO (San Jose, Costa Rica)
Connecting flight to Puerto Jimenez, Costa Rica.

We recommend using
Sansa for the connecting flight.
You need 2 hours between flights to make the connection.
Therefore: plan to land in San Jose before 12 noon if you want to make the trip in one day. Otherwise we can suggest hotels for an overnight in San Jose.
We usually stay at the Marriott San Jose in ALAJUELA. Next door to the airport and very easy for early connections.
Please do not book an international flight without first looking over the local flight options to Puerto Jimenez the day you wish to connect.

Here is a quick hit list of what to keep in mind prior to travel to Costa Rica (current as of October 1, 2021):

1.) Vaccinated travelers with their CDC cards do not need to present a Covid test or any special insurance to enter Costa Rica. Vaccination is not required for entry to Costa Rica; however, it is required for this retreat out of respect for those who live and work at Boca Sombrero, our colleagues and friends for 20+ years. Thank you for respecting this policy.

2). Within 48 hours of your departure flight to Costa Rica, you need to fill out a Costa Rica Health Pass. This takes less than 5 minutes.

3.) Returning to the US, as of the time of writing. You will need a negative Covid test taken within 72 hours of your return flight. If you are only coming to the retreat, you can bring $160 cash (US $ is fine) and a doctor can adminster the test and email results from the retreat center. IF you are staying longer in Costa Rica or planning to spend a day or two in San Jose at the conclusion of your trip, you have a few alternative/cheaper options for testing prior to flying home:

We used
LAB ECHANDI recently in San Jose and had an excellent experience. They have 26 locations around San Jose and you should book in advance online. THEY ALSO HAVE A LOCATION AT San Jose (SJO) AIRPORT. As of the time of this writing, EITHER a PCR or rapid viral antigen test is sufficient to re-enter the US, so choose the option that works best for you. We recommend the rapid viral antigen as it's cheaper and the results are generally available faster.

Also recommended:
CLINICA BIBLICA in San Jose.

Please direct questions to [email protected]