october 22-27th, 2019
5 NIGHTS + 6 DAYS
Travel to a charming, small Colombian town surrounded by mountains and tropical forest. Stay at a colonial-style boutique home on the Rio Negro. Practice yoga daily, taste fresh & local cuisine, hike, visit waterfalls, and enjoy vibrant Colombian culture.
Join us for our first ever caravan to Tobia, Cundinamarca - a small town located two hours from Colombia’s capital of Bogota. We’ll travel together to and from Bogota and spend the first night there and four nights in Tobia. Each day we’ll practice together and have plenty of time to explore the gorgeous landscape and local culture. Expect days filled with yoga, hiking, relaxing, and adventuring to waterfalls and rivers.
accomodation + Meals
We’ll be staying at two different boutique hotels throughout our trip - our first night in Bogota at Casa Lelyte and after in Tobia (four nights) at Casa de la Estacion. Bogota is at higher altitude and it can get chilly in the evening, while Tobia is warm and humid.
Rooms are shared - two to three people per room (individual beds). We’re happy to take roommate requests. This unique trip is limited to 10 people total.
All meals are included and will be both prepared by a local chef and at nearby restaurants. We can accommodate dietary preferences and food allergies with notice.
Pricing + Payment
$1550 per person (shared room) SOLD OUT!
We offer the option to pay in full or pay incrementally with the $500 deposit first followed by two more payments at later dates. All payment is due by October 10th.
Five nights accommodation at two different boutique hotels
Local ground transportation including airport transfer and roundtrip journey between Bogota and Tobia
All meals and snacks
Daily yoga (1-2x per day)
Guided 4x4 excursion and waterfall tour
Gratuity for house staff and local guides
Travel insurance (highly recommended)
4x4 excursion to nearby waterfalls and towns with picnic lunch
El Dorado International Airport - BOG (Bogota, Colombia)
Please arrive no later than 5pm on the 22nd to join in on our first group dinner that night and depart no earlier than 12pm on the 27th to allow for travel time back to Bogota (2hrs).
A valid passport is required for entry into Colombia
Visits to Colombia under 90 days do not require a visa for most countries