What is not included in the retreat?

  • Airfare

  • Most lunches

  • Additional excursions and services

(Go to the Reserve your Spot section for list of what is included on the retreat)

Do I need a visa or passport to visit Puerto Rico?

Citizens of the United States traveling from the country to Puerto Rico need only a government-issued form of photo identification, because they are not traveling to another country. Acceptable forms of ID include a driver's license or a photo ID card issued by a U.S. department of motor vehicles. A U.S. passport is also an accepted -- but not necessary -- form of ID. Americans do not need a visa to enter or exit Puerto Rico.

Do non USA citizens of all other countries need a visa or passport to visit Puerto Rico?

Residents of other countries who are traveling from the United States to Puerto Rico should be advised that they will need at least a passport and a visa application to travel to Puerto Rico from the United States. When in doubt, they should contact their local consulate to see what is required of them to get the appropriate visa for their trip. When entering Puerto Rico, your passport must have at least six months of validity remaining.

What currency is used in Puerto Rico? 

The U.S. dollar is the currency of Puerto Rico.

What about health concerns? 

Local mosquito transmissions of Zika virus infection have been reported in Puerto Rico. The Center for Disease Control recommends that travelers protect themselves from mosquito bites. January is low season for mosquitoes in the island. For more information go here: http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/notices/alert/zika-virus-puerto-rico

What do I need to bring? 

·      Warm weather clothes

·      Comfortable yoga clothes

·      Swimsuit

·      Hiking shoes

·      Bug spray with deet

·      Yoga Mat optional (we will provide yoga mats to borrow)