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well+GOOD features YOGASCAPES in 11 “Healthiest Retreats”, “The Best Wellness Retreats“, “Your Guide to Hosting a Summer Solstice Women’s Circle” and “10 amazing yoga retreats happening this winter and spring… for your travel booking—or travel fantasizing —pleasure.”

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Huffington Post calls YOGASCAPES retreats “a fantastic way to see the world while taking some serious time to de-stress and do some self-reflection…” and the go to for a “real yoga retreats“. They speak to founder, Ben Crosky, about “the dos and don’ts of planning a wellness retreat. Read these experts’ advice, and be on your way to leading a blissful wellness retreat!”

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TIME Magazine says: “Yoga, or any other active focus of a trip, will have you bonding with people instantly, which I found on my trip–specifically when we worked on partner poses in class. If your yoga or fitness studio doesn’t advertise its own trips, there are plenty of options to find more. YOGASCAPES hosts a trove of wellness retreats that include yoga, surfing and, sometimes, even wine.”


Vogue features YOGASCAPES yoga and surf Nicaragua retreat with Gloria Baraquio as a one of 7 top trips this summer, perfect for unwinding, refueling and eating well. And Netherlands Vogue loves the FP Escapes Sonoma Harvest Retreat.

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“Unplug from the daily grind and explore, unwind and rejuvenate yourself next time you want to jet set to a new destination. All filled with wellness and fitness in mind, these travel destinations are not your ordinary vacations.” – Active network

Shape rates Yogascapes the #1 travel outfitter worldwide, “offering the fittest, healthiest, most dynamic and fun perks imaginable” and showcases YOGASCAPES Oaxaca Retreat as a must do. logo highlights FP Escapes Superfood Civilization Yoga Retreat in Peru as one of the “best healthy retreats…perfect for solo travelers and healthy squads alike.” YOGASCAPES retreats “leave you feeling refreshed and reinvigorated at the end.” describes the trip as a unique “chance to sample them straight from the farm” plus an experience with “daily yoga classes with teacher Ashleigh Sergeant, workshops on the origins of Andean superfoods and botanical remedies, meals prepared by Peruvian chefs, and a boatload of Free People swag.”

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National Geographic Traveller says a retreat “can jumpstart someone who is taking their first steps into a healthier lifestyle, offer a gigantic leap forward for others who have already begun — and most interestingly, it can inspire someone who had no idea that they were ready for a change…”

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Refinery29: “We love Yogascapes’ gorgeous stream for its inspiring mix of locations and its focus on wellness. The yoga retreat company curates trips around the globe for the health-minded traveler, so the next time you’re wondering where to launch your next spirit quest or just trying to find the best cities for outdoor yoga, you know where to look.”

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The Chalkboard Magazine features an interview with YOGASCAPES Founder, Ben Crosky, to reveal why “yoga retreats are becoming the newest must-dos on the to-do lists of everyone…” and what to ask before retreating.


Do You Yoga loves our Iceland Retreat so much they selected us as one of the top 10 stunning yoga retreats not to miss. “Connect deeply with nature…against a backdrop of Icelandic beauty or the Northern Lights” on “an inspiring yoga journey from the southernmost tip into Reykjavik, leaving you with luxurious memories for the rest of your life.”

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AFAR Media publishes 5 reasons you’ll fall in love with Nicaragua while on a YOGASCAPES retreat. “Really, a picture [doesn’t] do it justice, but imagine something like this every evening….”

Domino recognizes Yogascapes in the “the best of the best wellness companies” featuring the Iceland Northern Lights Retreat as a “handcrafted experience…designed to fuel your wanderlust.” Read on here.

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“Everything the brand does is clutch (think: cool instructors, culturally rich itineraries, and beautiful accommodations).”

– Yoga Journal in “6 Yoga Retreats to Help You Recover from a Bad Breakup

msn logo says to look towards Yogascapes for “the ultimate relaxing adventure with a glamping retreat in the Moab desert.”


Our friends at Kind Traveler pick 3 YOGASCAPES Retreats they love. Kind Traveler transforms travel into a force for good by partnering with charities and hand-picked properties around the world.


Free People shares their top 5 must-do activities around the “beautiful oasis” in Nicaragua on the Sur La Sol Yoga Retreat powered by YOGASCAPES.

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ClassPass says retreats “are a vacation with purpose. Whether you are looking to detox or taste French wine, sleep in a tent on the beach or indulge in 5-star luxury for a week, there is a yoga retreat – somewhere in the world – that is perfect for you. We look at seven very different options in a variety price points and styles.

The one thing all these trips have in common is they’ll have you saying, ‘there’s no place like Om.'”

Yovada features YOGASCAPES Moab Yoga Retreat in the “Top 5 Destinations For Adrenaline Junkies” as one of the “most exciting destinations” for adventurers and yoga-lovers.


Mashable spotlights YOGASCAPES Mexico, Bali and Costa Rica retreats as a top option for relaxing trips in 2016 – combining adventures and yoga in epic destinations.


LA Yoga Magazine features the Yogascapes Scotland Yoga Retreat as #2 Summer Retreat in the world in 2015, calling the unique trip elements “magical” and “transformative.”




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Ethical travel magazine Epicure & Culture marks YOGASCAPES Midnight Sun Iceland Retreat as one of the “Top 10 Yoga Fusion Retreats for 2017” with the “best of Icelandic cuisine that focuses on health.”


Paste Magazine calls @yogascapes one of “The Best Travel Instagram Accounts of 2016,” setting a “beautiful backdrop” of yoga and travel in retreats around the world.

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SFGate and SF Chronicle spotlights YOGASCAPES Magical Marrakech retreat at “wellness oasis” Fellah Hotel.

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“Free People has teamed up with Yogascapes to create the most amazing wellness escapes designed for women to live freely & fully while exploring incredible corners of the world.” See healthytravel.

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“Dreaming of a luxurious yoga retreat in an exotic location? Those trips can cost a pretty penny, but a new yoga company is out to provide cheaper trips for yogis seeking serenity and vacation rolled into one. Yogascapes offers trips to Nicaragua, Italy and Morocco for less than $1500 per week.” See NY Daily News.


Montreal-based blog calls YOGASCAPES “Yoga retreats that make you dream” and declares, “if I decide to take a real vacation and dare the yoga retreat, it goes without saying that I will cast an eye towards Yogascapes.

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“I took my own play-cation when I traveled to Nicaragua on a surf and yoga retreat. I had been working my tail off on my master’s degree and working full-time in a hospital internship, and felt like I needed some serious de-stressing time. I started Googling “surf and yoga retreat” and saw some pretty incredible trip options. I ultimately decided to go on a trip organized by YOGASCAPES, a company that runs a variety of yoga-centered retreats both in the United States and abroad. I had an incredible experience, and realized that “play-cations” are truly the best investment to help you reset your health and overall feelings of wellness. Whether you go solo like I did, grab a group of friends, or take your significant other, you can expect the experience to provide you with a range of benefits…” – Paleo Magazine