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11 Eco Yoga Retreats in Tropical Paradise

For most people, yoga is about learning how to be more present, mindful and in tune with their inner self. Often, it can be difficult to deepen one’s personal practice amidst the chaos and noise that accompanies everyday life. Escaping to one of these eco yoga retreats in a tropical paradise will ensure the serenity and gentle discipline needed to find deep relaxation and calmness within the practice.

11 Eco Yoga Retreats in Tropical Paradise

By The Culture-ist

  • Haramara, Sayulita, Mexico

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    Located just outside Puerto Vallarta, Haramara resort caters to you from the moment you arrive, offering a family-like atmosphere, gourmet cuisine, encapsulated in a private beach & 12-acre jungle.

  • Blue Spirit Retreat, Nosara, Costa Rica

    By The Culture-ist

    Blue Spirit offers a 3,000 sq ft yoga hall with floor-to-ceiling windows. The facilities also include an infinity pool & kitchen that serves fresh vegetarian cuisine for a wholesome experience. 

  • Como Shambhala, Turks & Caicos

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    Daily sunset yoga classes help ease your mind after a day on the white-sand beach, in the spa, or lounging in the airy rooms. This is perfect for those who love modern amenities, but want to relax.

  • Sivananda yoga Ashram, Bahamas

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    Sivanada is the place to be for serious yogis. They enforce a strict schedule: 5:30am meditation, 2 yoga classes & meditation before bed. Visitors can choose their discipline & other healing arts.

  • Montpelier, Nevis

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    Nevis Island offers the healing powers of the nature that surrounds you. Clear blue water, tropical rainforests & breathtaking mountains are abundant & untouched, with yoga classes offered year-round.

  • Skyros Holidays, Skyros, Greece

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    Named as one of The Guardian's best alternative vacations, Skyros Holidays on Skyros Island in Greece offers a highly diverse set of activities, from yoga to windsurfing, all on a tropical island.

  • Maya Tulum Resort, Tulum, Mexico

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    Maya Tulum offers many yoga disciplines with master instructors, hosted in a yoga hall that measures 3,000 by 1,500 sq ft. Aside from yoga, explore white sand beaches, jungles & nearby ruins.

  • Purple Valley Yoga Retreat, Goa, India

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    Practice yoga at its origins. Goa is known for its beaches, tropical weather and, of course, yoga. Courses here are available twice a day, giving you plenty of time to enjoy the city.

  • Yoga Oasis, Pahoa, Hawaii

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    When thinking of a tropical paradise, Hawaii is often the first places to come to mind. Yoga Oasis combines Yoga courses with the attractions of Hawaii—surfing, snorkeling & relaxing on the beach.

  • Luna Lodge, Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

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    If you're looking to be close to nature, look no further than Luna Lodge. Completely self sustaining, the lodge is situated in 150 acres of virgin rainforest, offering complete peace for visitors.

  • Rancho la Puerta, Tecate, Mexico

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    Rancho la Puerta draws meditation teachers globally for their week-long programs, but they offer more than just yoga & meditation. With 50+ fitness classes, the resort has something for everyone.

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