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  • DATE:  Feb 27 – March 5, 2016 PRICES:  Please visit our Rates & Reservations Page for our base rates. PACKAGES:  We have many y...

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  • Pronunciation: MAAL-aa-sa-na Pose Type: Standing Watch little children playing and you will often see them in a natural squatting position a...

  • Recent Articles

    Yoga Retreats with Balazs Heller
    September 28th, 2015 by Kelsey
    balazs heller DATE:  Feb 27 - March 5, 2016 PRICES:  Please visit our Rates & Reservations Page for our base rates. PACKAGES:  We have many yoga retreats to choose from. Yoga & Adventure, Yoga & Surfing, Yoga & Rejuvenation, and Pure Yoga. Please see our Anamaya Retreat Packages (ARP's) for more information. WORKSHOPS:  We are excited to offer our guests three special... [read more]

    Meet Anamaya’s Head Chef, Jeffery Esposito
    September 22nd, 2015 by Millie Ross
    Watch the video below to learn more about the inspiration behind Anamaya's cuisine. Jeffery Esposito joined us six months ago and has made leaps and bounds in improving the quality and availability of organic, farm to table ingredients. His solid experience in Michelin star restaurants, with his own businesses combined with his passion for new world cuisine gives the guests... [read more]

    Practicing in paradise: Exploring the difference between Yoga in the City & the tropics
    September 20th, 2015 by Millie Ross
    From the concrete jungle to actual jungle, journey to the tropics for true transformation. In the past decade, yoga has become an increasingly Westernized form of physical exercise. The mind body spiritual integration of the practice, holistic health benefits and tranquility that yogis benefit from are just the tip of the iceberg. You don’t have to look hard to find... [read more]

    Anamaya welcomes Chef Jeffery Wayne Esposito
    September 20th, 2015 by Millie Ross
    Jeffery Esposito was raised in Florida. After working his way up the ranks of local kitchens in Gainsville, Florida he took charge of Emiliano’s Café, under executive Chef Ali de Paz with chef Joe Ramos. He later worked with Michelin Star Chef John Tennick and Chef Phil Robertson all becoming major influences in Jeff’s culinary journey. Eventually Jeffery reunited with... [read more]

    Montezuma: Welcome to Paradise
    September 15th, 2015 by Millie Ross
    Montezuma, rising star of the Nicoya Peninsula. At first glance, a laid-back beach town with friendly locals and rolling waves but venture out and stay a little longer to unlock the secrets of the magic coastal gem. If wanderlust leads you to Costa Rica, you simply cannot leave without getting lost in Montezuma. In fact, be careful otherwise you may... [read more]

    My Media Internship Experience
    August 13th, 2015 by Caleigh Smith
    DCIM103GOPROG0400521. [caption id="attachment_10845" align="alignright" width="300"] Canopy Suntrail Tours[/caption]My name is Caleigh Smith, I’m here to tell you a little bit about my enchanting journey here at Anamaya Resort as the Media Intern for the summer of 2015. Just recently this spring I graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Natural Resource Recreation Tourism, in search for... [read more]

    Protecting Monkeys from Electrocution
    May 18th, 2015 by Geoff McCabe
    Final Letters Pilar Will Send Out By Geoff McCabe, Anamaya CEO As far as I know, Anamaya is the only hotel/business in the Montezuma area that has installed a kit to protect monkeys and other arboreal wildlife from getting electrocuted by its transformer. In Santa Teresa, Pranamar has also installed one, and our neighbors next to Anamaya did another. In other words, out of the thousands... [read more]