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Reconnect with

Nature and the power of the abundant EARTH!

Connect your spirit and balance your energies through yoga practices, hikes, and swims in Ecuador’s unique biodiversity: The Andean Tropical Forest and the Galapagos Islands. 

ABOUT THE EVENT

Immerse yourself in nature, recharge your spirit, and embark on a transformative journey with our exclusive retreat experience.

Prepare yourself for one of the wildest of wildlife safaris imaginable on an unforgettable Galapagos Islands cruise, as you follow in Darwin’s footsteps to a world where tortoises are as big as boulders, marine iguanas span surf and shore, and blue-footed boobies perform mesmeric mating dances.  Experience the deep immersion in nature to connect your souls with nature itself in traditional Cleansing Yoga techniques.

Throughout this journey, you will learn practical tools that will help you develop a greater awareness of your true potential and direction in life.

DATE AND LOCATION

August 24-September 3, 2024

September  21-October 1, 2024

A lodge at Latitude 0,  where the equinoctial line that marks the center of the planet divides our spaces of nature and comfort. Kapari Natural Lodge & Spa is located less than 2 hours from Quito, an ideal spot for nature lovers and relaxation seekers.

Kapari Natural Lodge & Spa

Refurbished in 2018, the M/Y Monserrat was specially built to cruise in the Galapagos islands in the most comfortable way while providing the highest levels of safety and care for the environment.

M/Y Monserrat (Galapagos Island)

What to Expect:

  • Guided nature walks and hikes to explore the local flora and fauna.

  • Meditation and mindfulness sessions held outdoors, surrounded by the calming sounds of nature.

  • Yoga sessions with experienced instructors in picturesque settings.

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Tour Highlights:

  • Biological corridor of Chocó Andino hikes

  • Mentoring: Mandalas as a mindfulness tool, we will explore the origin of mandalas, what they are and how to use them as a tool to bring us into the present moment.

  • Mentoring: Using essential oils at home, we will learn about essential oils, what they are, where do they come from, how to choose them correctly, and how we can start using them at home.

  • Mentoring : Understanding your Dosha, we will study their meaning, how to recognize our own and how to adapt our lifestyle to this unique blueprint.

  • Yoga Practices like Sadhana yoga
    Oxygen for the Future project to contribute to the mitigation of climate change and biodiversity loss, we will plant a tree in Kapari reserve which is part of this project.

  • Quito City tour and Middle of the world monument visit

  • Galapagos naturalist cruise (5 days-4 nights)

5D/4N- Itinerary: THU - MON 5(B)

THU

  • A.M. Baltra: Arrival to Baltra Airport

  • P.M. Santa Cruz Island: Highlands

FRI

  • A.M. Island: Rabida

  • P.M. Island: Bartholomew Island

 

SAT

  • A.M. Island: South Plaza

  • P.M. Island: Santa Fe Island

SUN

  • A.M. San Cristobal Island: La Galapaguera/Jacinto Gordillo Breeding Center

  • P.M. San Cristobal Island: Witch Hill

    • San Cristobal Island: Sailing around Kicker Rock

    • San Cristobal Island: Lobos Island

MON

  • A.M. San Cristobal Island: Transfer to San Cristobal Airport

** Itinerary is subject to change

SPECIAL OFFER

5.729

USD$

per person

This will be a small group tour of 14 guests minimum

Note: Galapagos cruise requires 14 people minimum to charter the boat

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Conservation

Oxygen for the future

It is a world mega project, Oxygen for the Future, whose objective is to contribute to the mitigation of climate change and biodiversity loss, by fulfilling Ecuador's quota with the reforestation and protection of 9 million trees until 2030. This initiative is a touchstone in the region, and sets the guidelines for forest recovery with native trees.

 

Planet Alliance Foundation, an Ecuadorian non-profit organization, focused on the creation of nature reserves and habitat restoration on degraded and deforested lands in Ecuador. We face climate change, land degradation, biodiversity loss and water scarcity; our work focuses on four fundamental pillars:

 

  • Biodiversity conservation

  • Reforestation and ecological restoration

  • Opportunities for adaptation and mitigation to climate change

  • Environmental edu-communication

 

Their proposal for the world is the implementation of habitat restoration and forest recovery projects, which contribute to the generation of oxygen and the conservation of biodiversity in Ecuador.

 

Their priority is the Ecuadorian, continental and insular territory; with projection to regional scale. They currently intervene in the Kapari Nature Reserve, through a sustainable tourism model of nature tourism, restoration and coexistence with its biodiversity.

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