Sample Itinerary

Playa del Coco, Costa Rica

Here's what your week in Costa Rica week looks like:


Day 1
Arrival and welcome dinner with the team
Day 2
Morning workout before tubing in the rivers and zip-lining in the jungle's canopy! Round out the day with an evening yoga session
Day 3
Morning workout followed by surfing lessons with local guides in Tamarindo. That will turn into a beach day & a delicious dinner in Tamarindo
Day 4
Morning workout followed by an off-road ATV adventure though the rain forest! Round out the day with an evening yoga session
Day 5
Beautiful rain forest hike in the Tenorio Volcano National Park to see the incredible Rio Celeste Waterfall. You’ll also visit the local wildlife sanctuary & rescue center, a wonderful experience and will connect you to the spirit of the locals
Day 6
Morning workout before a day of water sports! Round out the day with an idyllic private farewell catamaran cruise with swimming, snorkelling, drinks and laughs!
Day 7
Of course Will & Carrie will not let you leave without the opportunity for one last morning workout! After that we’ll invite you for an optional brunch as we defer the departures and ’see-ya-laters’ as long as possible.

The excursions are subject to change due to weather and unforeseen situations with our local partners

Recommended Packing List

Here's a few recommendations for your packing list. Over the years we've found this list to be helpful for our travellers (when packing for a WanderFit Retreat)


  • One (1) pair of pants and one (1) jacket/hoodie, if you tend to get chilly in the evening. Though Costa Rica can be quite warm as they approach the end of dry season.
  • One (1) rain or waterproof jacket you can wear in case it rains (it can still be wet even in dry season).
  • If you want to get fancy for dinner on the town, a short sleeved, collared shirt with shorts and sneakers is suggested for guys, and ladies we don't think you need guidance on how to look good, just bring it!
  • An international outlet adapter, if you're traveling outside the US.
  • Sunglasses & hat, to protect you from the sun and to make you look so stylish
  • Multiple swimsuits, tank tops/tees, and athletic shorts/gym-wear/active wear
  • Snacks for the plane journey
  • Eye mask/neck pillow for long flight
  • Drink lots of water to minimize jet lag
  • Most long-haul flights will provide this, but just in case:
  • Extra socks to keep your little feeties warm on chilly flights
  • Travel pillow
  • Blanket
  • Toothbrush and paste
  • Face wipes to freshen up
  • If you’re taller than the average bear, we recommend asking for emergency exit seats when you check in for your flight
  • Sunscreen & mosquito repellant (bring them - they're VERY expensive in Costa Rica!)
  • If you get a bit woozy because of motion sickness you could bring some Dramamine or similar. Remember, we’re going snorkelling, so this could be helpful if you are prone to seasickness or car sickness
  • If you have a sensitive stomach, having some Imodium or similar handy as it will help make your tummy feel better
  • If you’ve been told you’re a ‘sweater’ (not the kind you wear!), bring an extra pair of workout shoes as they may not dry out as quickly as you're used to
  • One (1) pair of pants and one (1) jacket/hoodie, if you tend to get chilly in the evening. Though Costa Rica can be quite warm as they approach the end of dry season.
  • One (1) rain or waterproof jacket you can wear in case it rains (it can still be wet even in dry season).
  • If you want to get fancy for dinner on the town, a short sleeved, collared shirt with shorts and sneakers is suggested for guys, and ladies we don't think you need guidance on how to look good, just bring it!
  • An international outlet plug adapter
  • Sunglasses, sunscreen & a hat
  • Multiple swimsuits, tank tops/tees, and athletic shorts/gym-wear/active wear
  • One (1) outfit that you don't care if it gets very dirty! Wear these when you’re ATV’ing and hiking to Rio Celeste Waterfall. These days will be full of laughs, adrenaline and (some) mud 😁
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