When I was looking for a place where I could practice yoga for a few days and rejuvenate, I just Googled ”yoga in Costa Rica in March” and Blue Osa website came up with all the upcoming yoga retreats. There were 2 of them with Gayle Olson from the Exotic Yoga Retreats that fit […]
Have you heard of San Blas islands in the Caribbean of Panama? The exotic 365 San Blas islands stretching 200 miles along the Caribbean coast are inhabited by Guna Yala Indians (sometimes also called the Kunas.) You will mostly see only native houses made from thatched palms around the islands. Only 10% of the […]
I am convinced that I will remember everything from my trip to island Hierba in San Blas in Panama. Every single minute of my entire trip was an experience by itself. An unforgettable experience … Let me start from the beginning. To get to San Blas islands is not easy. The tourism there is […]
I remember as if it was now the way I felt when I first stepped onto Bastimentos island in Bocas del Toro. I got out of the boat, took my bags I had packed just for those 3 nights there and made my way to the reception. It was extremely hot and humid and I […]
If you were following me, you know I spent 4 and a half months in Panama and Costa Rica, out of which maybe 3 months were on the beach close to the jungle in Costa Rica. To be precise, I enjoyed to maximum 6 weeks of volunteering at Blue Osa on the Pacific coast and […]
On our second day on Hierba, San Blas islands in Panama, we had a free morning again at the beach and then our guide for the next few hours, Loni, took us to Nalunega. San Blas islands are divided into smaller groups of islands and Nalunega forms part of Porvenir islands. After a 30 minute […]
Together with my friend Pablo, we were picked up at Cariblue hotel after breakfast to go on another exciting tour with Terraventuras travel agency. Once all registered at the office in Puerto Viejo, we hopped in the van again and the journey into the unknown could start … When driving to Bribri, we saw some […]
Some of the best memories I had from my first Costa Rica visit were also from Totem Hotel Beach Resort, the first hotel I stayed at in the pura vida country back in May 2012. Now, going back to spend weeks relaxing on the beaches in the area once again, I found out that Totem […]
”Adventure by day, luxury by night” … is what characterizes the Red Frog Beach Resort the best. And it’s exactly the motto of my Adventure and Spa project I started in early 2013 – do some adventure activities in the morning and then regain energy in spa in the afternoon. So I guess it […]
El Valle de Anton, the second largest inhabited volcano crater in the world is famous for all the trekking routes in the surrounding mountains. Hiking India Dormida, Cariguana and also climbing Gaital mount are the most-known hikes in the area which are located just a few km from each other.As to hike Gaital you really […]
The second largest inhabited volcano crater in the world where the Anton Valley, or El Valle de Anton how they call it in Spanish is situated, is definitely one of the hotspots for mid-hikers in Panama. The three most important trekking routes are India Dormida, Gaital (or at least half-way hike to the viewpoint at […]
When visiting Bocas del Toro for the second time, I kept falling in love with the islands over and over again. One of the reasons was also the people I met there and the way they treated me. Aw, not to forget the spa treatments I could get there :) I’ve never had any Reiki […]
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