PUNTARENAS, COSTA RICA, May 25, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/ — The award-winning Gaia Hotel & Reserve is proud to announce its All Inclusive Wellness Life Packages. Gaia is nestled in the spectacular rain forest of Costa Rica’s central Pacific coast. It is a 5 star hotel, offering all the amenities to the discerning traveler, and a private nature reserve as well. Here you can see endangered species of animals.
Not only is the Gaia Hotel interested in preserving wild life and nature but also caters to your health and well-being. You can set your soul free from the stress and strain of everyday living at this Costa Rica wellness retreat and rejuvenate yourself both mentally and physically, while still enjoying the comforts of a 5 star resort.
There are 4 All Inclusive Wellness Life Packages being offered by Gaia Hotel & Reserve. They are holistic and help you to look at your overall mental and physical health. The packages combine massage, Aromatherapy and natural therapies that include yoga sessions, as well as a myriad of spa treatments and physical activities. The emphasis is on treating you in a natural way and making you feel better both mentally and physically. You will have a consultation with a trained nutritionist after your blood test to determine which gourmet menu is suited best for you.
The packages include a 7-day stay in a room, suite or villa and are geared towards adults only, luxury wellness holidays. You can go on a private tour for 2 in the nature reserve or just relax at the spa. You will get 3 meals a day plus snacks and smoothies. The packages also include a dental checkup and overall dental cleaning. It provides a Costa Rica yoga retreat for the guests.
The Gaia project did not start out as a hotel but rather as a reserve. Dario Castelfranco and his wife came to Costa Rica in 1989 to start a botanical garden to save endangered species of orchids. However they ended up founding the Jardin Gaia conservation center in 1991. This center was a veterinary clinic dedicated to rehabilitating wounded and endangered wildlife species and endangered species of orchids. Jardin Gaia maintained its protection of natural habitats until the Castelfrancos relocated in 2004 and the conservation concept was passed on to the current owners.