March 28 – April 1, 2019
How would you like to swim under waterfalls? Hike lush trails? Take yoga classes in nature? Indulge in organic, locally grown gourmet meals produced by a NYC chef?
What if you could experience all of that and more, on land in which YOU are invested?
If this sounds appealing, come join us on our second ever Real Wealth Retreat at our RISE Costa Rica Resort!
Well… the 5 Start Resort is not built yet, but you can come “glamp” with us! (Glamping is glamorous camping.)
What better way to learn the ins and outs of owning property in Costa Rica than by experiencing it firsthand?
Costa Rica Yoga Room
Day 1: Thursday, March 28th
Arrival in Costa Rica
Fly into San Jose, Costa Rica: Juan Santamaria Airport (SJO) anytime.
You’ll be staying near the airport in the Marriott Courtyard (The hotel is included in tour price).
Day 2: Friday March 29th
Arrive on Site
A private plane will fly you directly to the Rise CR property (included in the tour price)
- Get settled in to Kinará and enjoy a delicious organic lunch.
- Enjoy afternoon workshops, including a property tour.
- Indulge in a delicious organic dinner prepared by our gourmet NYC chef.
Day 3: Saturday March 30th
A combination of on property well being activities and speaker workshops (the exact schedule will be announced at a later date).
Day 4: Sunday March 31st
Relax and explore on or off site activities. Options include visits to waterfalls, nearby beaches, hiking, bird watching, yoga, etc. (There will be extra fees for off-site activities.)
Day 5: Monday April 1st
Departure from Rise
Fly the private charter airplane from Rise CR back to San Jose Airport SJO (included in tour price). Return home or continue your vacation on your own!
Costa Rica Dining
Real Wealth Retreat at Rise Costa Rica – Pricing
Cost of tour includes food, lodging and transportation from San Jose Airport via private plane. Price does not include airfare to Costa Rica, off-site trips, or alcohol.
Pricing options based on tent size, number of people sharing a tent.
- 1 person in a 13ft tent: $1,375
- 2 people sharing a 13ft tent: $1,750
- 3 people sharing a 16ft tent: $2,875
- 4 people sharing a 16ft tent: $3,250
Costa Rica Tents
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is included in the tour price?
- 1 night reserved at the Marriott in San Jose Thursday, July 27th
- Round-trip flight by private charter from San Jose to Rise Costa Rica
- 3 nights reserved at Kinkara Luxary Tent Camping
- 3 freshly prepared, organic meals per day for the 3 days you are a guest at Kinkara
- All beverages (excluding alcohol)
What is NOT included in the tour price?
- Alcoholic beverages
- Off-site activities such as trips to the beach, etc
- Your international flight to San Jose, Costa Rica (You need to book on your own your flight to SJO)
Are we camping?
No. You are “glamping!” You’ll be staying in open-air lotus bell canvas tents, with all the amenities of a room, including 500 thread count sheets upon premium mattresses, wooden bed frames, lockable storage boxes, side tables & wardrobes.
Private men’s & women’s restrooms are available with hot running water & toilets. All linens and towels are provided and there is daily housekeeping service. There is also high speed wifi throughout the space and in-tent USB charging pods.
What are sleeping arrangements within the tents?
- 13ft tents, 1 – 2 people: Either a double mattress or two singles
- 16ft tents for 3 – 4 people: Either a double mattress & two singles or four single mattresses
Will I need a passport?
Yes. Americans do not need a visa to enter Costa Rica. However, they must have a current valid passport and a return ticket to exit Costa Rica (either to return to your country or go to another country). Your US passport must be valid for a minimum of one day from the day you enter Costa Rica.
What time should we book our flight back home on Monday, April 1st?
We suggest you book flights out of San Jose after 12 pm on Monday, April 1st to ensure a timely arrival at the airport.
Staying the night in SJ is an option to safeguard against any potential weather or other unforeseen challenges. You will need to book your own accommodations if you plan to stay an extra night in San Jose.
Any airline recommendation for booking our international flight?
Delta, Southwest, and generally any airline on websites like kayak.com or google.com/flights. Spirit Airlines will charge extra fees.
What to pack?
Layers are always best in Costa Rica, as the weather changes often. Long, loose pants and tops or performance gear designed for the outdoors can help you stay comfortable.
Shoes/boots that can get wet, a rain coat, and cozy items for the late afternoon and evening.
It can be chilly at night up here in the mountains so be sure to pack warm PJs and a sweatshirt, sweater or shawl for dinner time.
While it is rainy in the afternoons, we get beautiful sunny mornings so we recommend a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen for outdoor activities and our site tour.
Rise provides organic shampoo, conditioner, castile soap, and body oil in the bathhouses but you will want to bring whatever other personal toiletries you use. Insect repellent and sunscreen are recommended. A small backpack is advisable if you plan to hike or go on an off-site excursion.
Do the tents have screens to keep out bugs/mosquitoes?
Yes, both the doors and windows of the tents have screens.
Arrive in Costa Rica, how do I get to the Marriott Courtyard Alajuela hotel?
There is a free hotel shuttle picks up guests twice an hour at :15 and :45 between 4am and 1am. Once guests go through customs and exit the airport they should continue down the sidewalk to El Malinche café. The shuttle picks up from there. If you arrive between 1am and 4am you will need separate transport to the hotel. If you don’t want to wait for the shuttle, taxis are available as well. It’s around $8 and only 5 minutes away. Make sure they take you to the Marriott Courtyard Alajuela (not the regular Marriott which is about 20 minutes away).
How do I pay for excursions, alcohol or other incidentals?
We will be collecting everyone’s Credit Card information upon arrival for incidentals and activities. We can take cash payments if necessary and dollars are fine in this case.
Getting your luggage to the site.
Most people opt to send their luggage overland the evening before their arrival to Kinkara. Your baggage would be in the safe, professional hands of a Kinkara representative and would be waiting for you in your tent upon arrival Friday morning. In this case you’d want to pack a small day bag with the items you’d need Thursday evening & Friday morning (PJs, toothbrush, change of clothes, medications, etc). The second option is to keep your baggage with you and bring it on the charter flight, but there will be weight restrictions on the plane.
Meals on site at Kinkara
Breakfast, lunch, dinner & light snacks are included in the tour price. Breakfast will be served at 8am, lunch at 1pm and dinner at 6pm each day. Meals are served to the group, all at one time on family style serving trays. We ask that you arrive promptly for each meal. Please let us know of any dietary restrictions when you register and we’ll do our best to accommodate.
Since alcohol is not included, are we free to bring our own and is there alcohol available for purchase on site?
Alcohol is available for purchase. We charge a corkage fee per bottle/can if guests bring their own alcohol. Alcohol brought by guests must be stored in their tent or behind the bar.
March 28 - April 1, 2019
March 28 - April 1, 2019
March 28 - April 1, 2019
March 28 - April 1, 2019