If you are looking for a vacation destination that is both healthy and sustainable, Nosara should be at the top of your list. While it’s not as popular with tourists yet, this small region on Costa Rica’s pacific coast still offers all of the necessary amenities to make any traveler happy – from surfing spots to nightlife in Pura Vida style towns. Plus, Nosara also sits right next door to Nicoya Peninsula which has been called “the blue zone” due its longevity among residents who live past 90 years old!
Nosara is home to some of the nicest yoga destinations on earth.
The primary yoga facility is Bohdi Tree, which is world-renowned.
Bodhi Tree Yoga Resort is the perfect place to relax and experience tranquility by attending or hosting your own yoga retreat.
Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula is one of the five Blue Zones in this world.
The peninsula has a large number of 100-year-old and up residents, with low levels of stress as well as strong relationships with family members and friends that have been attributed to its longevity.
To get an idea about what it would be like living in these regions, make your way over to Costa Rica for some restful days beachside!
“In this region of Central America, residents have the world’s lowest rate of middle-age mortality and the second-highest concentration of male centenarians. Their longevity secret lies partly in their strong faith communities, deep social networks, and habits of regular, low-intensity physical activity.”
NICOYA PENINSULA, COSTA RICA