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Suppose you have planned a long trip to Mexico. Then it might be perfect for you to either start your journey pretty relaxed with a yoga retreat or maybe to end the trip completely zen? Find out which are the most popular yoga retreats in Mexico.

Yoga, meditation, and hike retreat in Puerto Vallarta (8 days)

A treehouse villa with a view of the sea and the jungle, how does that sound? And it only gets better: because this yoga retreat is entirely all-inclusive. So it includes two yoga sessions per day, a spa treatment, workshops, excursions, and three healthy meals per day. Plus snacks! The Beyond Yoga Retreat is one of Mexico’s most popular yoga retreats for a reason.

DIY yoga retreat in Tulum (4 days)

At Tribal, you can plan your day exactly as you want. You can join up to two yoga classes daily in the studio whenever you want. Tribal is more of a yoga studio offering accommodation than a retreat center. In your loft, you will find a kitchenette where you can prepare simple meals yourself and breakfast items are waiting for you in the fridge. In addition, they give discounts on various activities, and you get a bicycle to explore Tulum yourself.

Yoga beach holiday in Puerto Vallarta (6 days)

This yoga beach getaway is made for solo travelers. As many as 74 people can stay in the retreat center simultaneously, so there are bound to be a few fun yogis! The rooms all face the sea. That’s nice to wake up to, isn’t it? Every day there is a morning yoga class, and the meals are at set times. But what you like to do in your spare time is up to you. You can take a massage, kayak, snorkel, SUP, or something else. All are included in the price. Oh, and you get a margarita every day!

Yoga Retreat with sacred ceremonies in Puerto Morelos (8 days)

If you are interested in plant medicine, the One Breath of Yoga retreat is a good option for you. In the jungle, you’ll have daily yoga and meditation classes, and you can also do breathwork or participate in a sound healing or Temazcal session. In the afternoons, there is also time for plant medicine ceremonies. This is a yoga retreat where you get to work on yourself. So if you’re looking for more of a beach vacation, this yoga retreat isn’t for you.

Tip! At BookYogaRetreats, you will find many more yoga retreats in Mexico.

Yoga and snorkeling on Cozumel (4 days)

Come enjoy the island life on Cozumel. You practice yoga and meditation for three hours every day for four days. You will get an excellent massage and can go on a snorkeling excursion. You also have much free time to spend on the retreat grounds or grab one of the complimentary bicycles to discover the area.

Surf and Yoga Retreat in Puerto Escondido (6 days)

This is an outstanding deal. There is so much included in this Mexico yoga retreat. Every day you can choose: do you want a surf lesson or a massage? Tough choice, I know. You can also participate in no less than three yoga classes per day, and there is a beautiful ceremony every other day. For example, kirtan, meditation, or a cocoa ceremony. Or even an ice bath! If you’re in the market for that. You have to take care of dinner yourself, which is fine in Puerto Escondido as it has many restaurants.

Yoga teacher training on Isla Mujeres (15 days)

Okay, this isn’t quite a yoga retreat. This one is more for people who want to learn a lot about yoga. You don’t even have to become a teacher; it’s about deepening your yoga knowledge. You get many yoga classes and learn about anatomy, asanas, philosophy, and more. And you do all this on Isla Mujeres, an island off the coast of Cancún. You will probably never want to leave!

More Mexico inspiration?

blog overview Mexico
  • Accommodation. All-time favorite: Booking.com. Find hostels via Hostelworld.
  • Activities. You book the best tours and activities with GetYourGuide and Viator. You could also try WithLocals. ‘Free’ walking tours are available at GuruWalk. And for bike tours, try Baja Bikes.
  • Attractions and museums. Get a 5% discount on museums and attractions at Tiqets with the coupon code KIMOPREIS22.
  • Bus. Book bus trips in Mexico with Busbud or 12Go.
  • Car rental. My go-to car rental companies are EasyTerra and Sunny Cars as they have all-inclusive / worry-free offers. If you want more options, compare prices at Discover Cars.
  • Flights. Compare all your options! Definitely check out Momondo, Skyscanner, and Kiwi.
  • Money. Your debit and credit cards may not get accepted everywhere. You could opt for a Revolut card as an additional card when you travel. 
  • Package deals. Rather go on a catered trip? You have many options! For the Dutch, try ANWB vakanties, Tui or Sawadee, or maybe you can find a sweet deal at Vakantie Discounter or D-reizen?
  • SIM card. Beware of unexpectedly high calling and internet costs. Buy a local SIM card when you arrive, or arrange one online via Airalo.
  • Travel gear. Buy your gear at Bever or Decathlon, or simply at Bol.com.
  • Travel guides. I love the practical travel guides from Lonely Planet, buy them at Bol.com or Amazon.
  • Visum. Make sure you have the right documentation to travel to Mexico. iVisa can help you out.
  • Yoga retreat. Or: try a yoga retreat in Mexico!

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