Vino and Vinyasa is our closest retreat to home. The Baja California region, just south of San Diego, is an ideal location for wellness retreats.
With a semi-open design that integrates naturally with its surroundings, Bar Bura has become a favorite spot for those who like to savoir the best wines of the region while they enjoy spectacular sunsets of the Salsipuedes Bay.
Barely an hour from the border near San Diego and minutes from the port city of Ensenada, Baja California's dry and sunny Valle de Guadalupe is one of the most intriguing destinations for food and wine in North America right now.
Drink a cup of tea with with these breathtaking views of the surrounding volcanoes. We've heard the energy at this place in powerfully peaceful.
Lake Atitlan is famous for its natural beauty and colorful Mayan villages. The lake is one of Guatemala's top tourist destinations and most visitors agree with Aldous Huxley who called it "the most beautiful lake in the world".
Atitlan is a beautiful, 1,000 foot deep lake nestled against three 10,000 foot volcanic peaks - Toliman, Atitlán and San Pedro.
The architecture and design of this place is a mix between jungle posh and paradise cove. Sip on one of their organic smoothies as you sit on the beach.
Tulum is one of the most ecologically diverse areas in the Yucatan Peninsula. Enlighten your spirit and embrace the magic of the local culture. Maybe even kiss an iguana.
Back by popular demand. This adventure retreat gives individuals the option to fill there day with activities or simply relax in a hammock. The option is yours, but we highly recommend joining us when we swim in the cenotes.