About This Center
Peace Retreat is a unique learning and wellness center located along the stunning Pacific coastline, called the Gold Coast, in the Province of Guanacaste, in the Northwest region of Costa Rica. Visitors at Peace Retreat experience an atmosphere centered in love, respect for the environment, personal development, and a dedication to the healing power of yoga and wellness practices.
Our mission is to presence peace, enhance wellbeing, and inspire new possibilities for self-expression and vitality.
Peace Retreat caters to tourists, yogis and wellness enthusiasts alike who are searching for adventure, relaxation and personal exploration, in an eco‐friendly paradise.
We invite you to join us at our unique Costa Rican learning and wellness retreat. It's the perfect location to host an individual stay, group retreat, or training program. With flexibility and compatibility, we invite you to plan your perfect getaway - a retreat designed by you and delivered by us!
We look forward to meeting you, and together, creating a revitalizing, inspiring, and lasting experience of peace!
AccommodationsSamadhi Suite - Single Occupancy $115, Double Occupancy $150
Samadhi Suite is on the 3rd floor of Casa Yoga. It is a studio suite, with a full, private kitchen, private roof top deck with ocean view, a private bathroom, and a queen bed. There is also a large sitting area and private deck overlooking the pool and jungle. This suite is perfect for couples or single occupants.
Om Room - Single Occupancy $80, Additional Occupant $20, Max Occupants 3
Om Room is one of two private rooms on the second floor of Casa Yoga. Om Room has a teak armour, a queen size bed, and a single bed all beautifully constructed out of reforested teak wood. Om Room also has a great view of our pool and the Costa Rican jungle!
Shanti Room - Single Occupancy $80, Additional Occupant $20, Max Occupants 2
Shanti Room is one of two private rooms on the second floor of Casa Yoga. Shanti Room has a private bath with a great view of our pool and the Costa Rican jungle! The room is beautifully appointed for couples or a traveling pair with a beautiful four-poster queen size bed, a single bed, and amour all constructed out of reforested teak wood.
Shine Room - Single Occupancy $80, Additional Person $20, Max Occupants 6
Shine Room is the largest room of Casa Yoga, and is on the first floor. It has one queen sized teak bed, two single beds (that can be set as bunk beds), a teak desk, and a private bathroom. Shine room has the capacity to accommodate an additional set of bunk beds, making it perfect for families.
Jungle Cabinas - Single Occupancy $60, Additional Person $15, Max Occupants 2
There are 6 cabinas on our beautiful jungle property. Each cabina was lovingly constructed with reforested teak wood, and contains furnishings of the same. Cabinas have screen-windows, a ceiling fan, a safe, and also include an open-air closet with storage space. Cabina guests use our beautifully constructed stone showers, sinks, and community washroom facility.
DirectionsThe closest international airport to Peace Retreat is The Daniel Oduber International Airport in Liberia (LIR), Guanacaste. Peace Retreat is approximately a 75 minute drive from Liberia Airport.
Many of our packages include a one-way shuttle from the Liberia airport to Peace Retreat. If it does not, a shuttle can be added on when you book for $100 USD . Return shuttles are not included in any package, and can also be added on during booking. Please list your flight info when you book, or email us when you have it so arrangements can be made. Training and Workshop tuition does not include airport shuttle service.
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Stephanie Nicole Warnick March 09, 2020Monkeys and crocodiles and iguana's OH MY
I'd never been to Costa Rica or a yoga retreat. The retreat itself is a hidden paradise located in a very remote area within walking distance to the beach which was beautiful. I was very impressed with how clean the rooms and amenities were. The staff was very accommodating with helping to organize trips etc. If you go in March, I highly recommend NOT doing zip lining. It was brutally hot and dry. Snorkeling was fun, especially visiting the local crocodile lagoon. We saw an array of colorful fish. Paddle boarding was also a memorable adventure. The mangroves are beautiful. Don't forget the bug spray! We took a day trip to Tamarindo and had lunch. The beach is gorgeous and the shopping was a delight. We had dinner at Villa Deevena and that was a magical 5 star experience. On our last night we watched the sunset at Lola's. The yoga, workshops and spa treatment were excellent.
Alexandra Serna December 29, 2019PeaceRetreat in Costa Rica
Hello! I needed to get away from the busy vibes of NYC so i decided to travel alone to Costa Rica, and I have to say that Peace Retreat exceeded my expectations. Everything from excursions and food were just perfect. I’m vegan so i was nervous I wouldn’t be able to find substantial food but they were able to accommodate every day while staying there. Definitely would like to stay longer next time because everyone was so nice and the place is so serene and clean....loved it!
Boris Cvijeticanin November 12, 2019Worth coming back over and over and over and over and over again - that is 5 overs lol
I first visited Peace Retreat Costa Rica 5 years ago. It was simple, I looked for "Peace" and I needed to "Retreat" from my busy life in Canada. From someone I knew I heard that Costa Rica is known for pristine nature and friendly people and has quite of few Yoga resorts. So I typed in the Google Search "Peace Retreat Costa Rica", and voila - it popped right up; really, it was that easy. I guess when you know what you are looking for it ain't too hard to find - thanks Google lol From then, I made contact and saw lovely cabina's and property and knew this is where I need to be. I booked the trip few days later and it was even better than I had imagined. The resort is located in the jungle, so off main roads, which makes it perfect as there is no pollution of any kind - noise, cars, lights etc. - it is just pure nature that surrounds you. = Cars only enter the resort if they are bringing new guests, fresh fruit or bread - all great by the ways. The property is surrounded by trees and is full of various birds and howling monkeys that start and end the days with, well - howls. I've visited 5 times and always stayed in the same cabina, and I will continue to go back; they also have fully equipped rooms if you prefer that style. For me cabina is somewhere between tent and a room, and make stay more enjoyable as if feels like you are outside. The owner and operator Kevin is a great human and phenomenal Yoga Teacher; his partner Serena is no different. You don't meet these types of people everyday, that is for sure. Kevin is always around either teaching classes, running courses, or mingling with guests. Jessica, Angela, and Marcus are few of the nicest locals you will meet who take care of the guest and the property. They are always great to see and are definitely add value to the place.The property is classified as Wellness Resort and focus is on relaxation and well-being - you will get very relaxed there. The beach, Playa Negra is phenomenal and is located a nice 30 min walk from the resort - great daily exercise to build appetite. It has a long stretch of glass like walkway into the Pacific ocean which is clean and warm. The beach and Costa Rica is very safe. Everyone you see, whether walking, on a motorcycle or in a car will wave at you and smile - it really is amazing. There are numerous beaches around but you need a car of other mean of transportion to see them; for me Playa Negra offers more than enough. There you can set a camp on the beach or move closer to the trees if you need shade. If you feel like a walk, you can take a hike along the beach for about 1.5 km over white and clean sand listening to large surf style waves crashing at volcano formation of rocks. The portion of flat area of the beach is actually charcoal color as it is made of crushed volcano stones; I regularly bathe myself in it but no ones minds lol There are 2 stores in case you want to buy and cook your own food, and few restaurants including food being deliciously prepared by cooks at the Peace Retreat. The resort also offer massage, hiking trips, free bicycles to use, and trips to local touristy town of Tamarindo. You can do yoga twice a day with talented instructors, or on your own in 2 gorgeous studios at any time, day or night. I could go all day, but I think you get the picture. Peace Retreat will blow your mind and make you realize why you need to do something like this every year. See you there...in November. Pura Vida.
Christen Long July 23, 2019Peace Retreat, Costa Rica
Having never traveled out of the US before and certainly never alone, I had the absolute BEST experience in Costa Rica. I was nervous on the plane ride there and questioned why I was traveling so far and alone, but from the moment I arrived I felt nothing but comfort and happiness. When I first arrived at Peace Retreat in Los Pargos, I was completely overwhelmed with the beauty that was surrounding. Bountiful Mango trees and monkeys everywhere, so so many green trees, and a super refreshing spa like swimming pool. Jess (and lola!) at Peace Retreat was so incredibly inviting and helpful in answering every question I had prior to and during my stay. Yoga with Kevin is something i'll always hold close to my heart! Oh and don't get me started about mi amiga, Lila who works in Peace's on site restaurant, Salud <3 I felt SO at home at Peace Retreat and was sad to leave after only 7 days. I loved absolutely everything about my stay, from the sounds of the monkeys, birds, and rain, to the breath taking *no filter needed* sunsets. The retreat location is remote enough to feel as though you are on a true adventure but has absolutely all of the amenities that you'd need on site. Shops, restaurants, and the beach are all a quick walk or bike ride away. I will be forever grateful for my time spent at Peace Retreat and cannot wait to return!
Boris Cvijeticanin November 06, 2018Exactly what the name says - Peace Retreat
I came across Peace Retreat 4 years ago when I was looking for a non-touristy place that I can rewind in nature and get my thoughts together. I was looking to "retreat" and find some "peace" - and I knew Costa Rica was a place that offers some of the cleanest and preserved nature and gorgeous beaches coupled with warm and welcoming people. Peace Retreat is one of a kind place, where you will find that simple life is what we need and really want. It has been my annual ritual to go there just before the full season starts (end of October) and wind down the summer and prepare for the winter ahead. 25 minutes away is one of the most beautiful beaches you will see, a jewel of Los Pargos area - Playa Negra with flat glass like surface of about 200 yards easing into the ocean with surf like waves; and full of pockets with shade from nearby treas. The Retreat itself is phenomenal; great location in the middle of the woods, off the main road but still close enough to the center of the small city; pool, large kitchen and dinning area, two yoga studio, plenty of washrooms and showers, all in serene and well kept area. Kevin and Serena, owners and managers of this great place, are friendly, present, and welcoming. The staff supporting the operation is joy to see and interact with. Always smiling and happy to help, whether it is a word in Spanish, direction, or suggestion. Peace Retreat offers some of the best Yoga classes and courses, if you are looking to advance your practice, but you can also do your own thing and use studios for your personal practice. Many return, and if you decide to go, you will too.