Yoga programs in South America l Colombia
Through the art of conscious living, we embark on a series of special retreats across Colombia
Join us on this celestial pilgrimage, where every step is a dance, and every breath, a prayer.
Our accommodations ensure not only comfort but also a deep connection to the natural beauty that envelops them, ecolodges will provide a serene haven for your stay, harmonizing with the lush surroundings.
Committed to conscious travel, our retreat includes expert local guides who embody the spirit of yoga, guiding you through immersive and culturally rich experiences. These guides, steeped in the ethos of mindful exploration, will lead you on excursions that not only showcase the breathtaking landscapes but also foster a genuine connection with the local culture. Your journey will be complemented by safe and comfortable transportation, ensuring that every moment of your retreat is spent in tranquility and ease.
In the spirit of fostering community and connection, our retreat itinerary goes beyond the traditional, offering a variety of activities designed to deepen your practice and enhance your cultural immersion. From sunrise yoga sessions overlooking the Caribbean to walk in the Andean mountains with crispy wind we will be engaging with local communities and savoring the flavors of traditional cuisine, each day is an opportunity for self-discovery and shared experiences. Our accommodations, activities, and travel arrangements are all orchestrated with a yoga spirit, creating a harmonious retreat where every element is a conscious and soulful contribution to your transformative journey.
HOW TO GET TO COLOMBIA
Begin by booking a flight to El Dorado International Airport (BOG) in Bogotá, which serves as a major international hub. From various international destinations, numerous airlines offer direct flights to Bogotá.
HOW TO REACH
Once you land in Bogotá, you can choose to take a connecting flight directly to any of the main meeting points , in case that is Santa Marta in the Caribbean region you must take a flight to Simón Bolívar International Airport . Several domestic airlines operate this route, providing regular and convenient connections between Bogotá and Santa Marta. The flight from Bogotá to Santa Marta takes approximately 1.5 to 2 hours and this is the primary gateway to this coastal gem. From there a taxi will pick you to the guest house and then as we begin the travel a bus will take us to the different points . If you are traveling to the Andean region to Boyaca you can flight to Paipa to the airport Juan José Rondón from Bogota or Medellin and that will take less than hour , from there we can pick you up to take you to the area of Iguaque or you can reach by bus from Bogota which will take around 3.30 minutes, all details will be available to you once you have fill the application form
CLIMATE & GEOGRAPHY
Colombia’s diverse and enchanting landscapes provide the perfect canvas for a transformative yoga experience. From the tropical allure of the Caribbean coast to the majestic peaks of the Andean mountains and the lush embrace of the Amazon rainforest, our yoga retreats are set against a backdrop of unparalleled natural beauty. The Caribbean coastline invites a warm and invigorating energy with temperatures averaging around 27-32°C (80-90°F), while the Andean region, with its cool mountain breezes and breathtaking vistas, offers a serene sanctuary for self-reflection with temperatures ranging from 9 -20°C (50-68°F) Venture into the heart of the Amazon rainforest, where the temperature and humidity soar, ranging from 24-30°C (75-86°F). Amidst the emerald canopy and symphony of wildlife, explore the deeper layers of your practice in this lush, tropical haven. Each region, with its unique climate, offers a distinct backdrop for your yoga journey, inviting you to harmonize your practice with the rhythm of Colombia’s diverse and captivating landscapes.
WHAT TO BRING
- Yoga mat
- Comfortable Yoga clothes
- Note book and pencil
- Bottle of Water
- Mosquito repellent
- Sun block
- Light shawl (useful for lectures and meditation)
- Torch light
- Long sleeves
- Walking shoes
- Warm and cold clothes