This Ecstatic Week™ is located in the archipelago of Bocas del Toro on the Island of Bastimentos. This island and the water around it is home to “Isla Bastimentos National Marine Park”. Participants will have the opportunity to visit the park and snorkel or dive in its protected waters. The island has no roads or cars and boat transportations is the norm. The Ecstatic Week venue is located a short boat ride away in an area called Los Pelícanos. The secluded workshop space is perched on a hill opening to the jungle on one side and the ocean on the other.
Participants will stay in the Al Natural Eco-Resort located two miles from the workshop space. Accommodations are in thatched roofed open air structures that connect you to nature in a very strong way. Mosquito nets are provided at each bed and some of the rooms are equipped with ceiling fans.
The resort is located on the secluded beach of Old Point (Punta Vieja) on the southeast tip of Bastimentos Island. The resort elegantly combines the ancestral craftsmanship of the Ngobe-Bugle Indians with environmentally sustainable technologies that limit impact on the ecosystem. In order to provide each guest with maximum privacy, there are only seven beach bungalows, each of a different size and unique design. Al Natural is an authentic eco-resort with a relaxed atmosphere and a friendly team which offers a comfortable level of personalized services.
Traveling to Bocas Del Toro:
Fly into Panama City Tocumen International Airport (PTY). There are four daily flights fromPanama City to Bocas Del Toro operated by Air Panama (https://www.airpanama.com/home.php).All of the flights to Bocas depart from the smaller domestic Albrook Airport (PAC). If your flight arrives early in the day, you will be able catch a flight that same day. Otherwise, plan on spending the night in historic Panama City and catch a flight the next morning. A taxi from Tocumen International Airport to Albrook airport will cost about $30 and will take around 40minutes (can vary depending on traffic).