• The ultimate travel tune up

    An adventurous fitness and yoga holiday for the mind, body & spirit.

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An adventurous fitness and yoga holiday that will send you home looking and feeling better than when you arrived

A tune up for the mind, body & spirit

Bikini Bootcamp is tune up for the mind, body and spirit. It is an adventurous fitness and yoga holiday that will send you home looking and feeling better than when you arrived.

Our program is designed to help guests reconnect to themselves and nature through a combination of exercise, healthy eating, adventure, yoga, relaxation and pampering.

Sweat, move & recharge in paradise

Each day begins with a a stretch on the beach followed by a one hour power walk, and then varies from there to include high energy cardio workouts, tone and strength classes, and yoga.

Other activities sprinkled in may include a Salsa, African or Belly dance class, insightful meditation sittings, a cooking demo, or an informative presentation on the local culture, area or nutrition.

Also included are several tours to explore the highlights of the area and two spa services as well as our signature Mayan clay treatment.

Who would have thought that sleeping in a cabana on the beach and eating fresh grilled fish, ceviche and fruit smoothies would be more rewarding and memorable than a stay at The Four Seasons.

– Rachel Tanner

I was actually scared to sign up for Bikini Bootcamp. I thought that I would spend my days surrounded by Baywatch fitness nuts and was so pleasantly surprised to have met such amazing people and to have been pushed physically but also nurtured emotionally and spiritually.

– Jacqueline Monroe

Yahoo Travel

“Combine your desire to get in shape with your love of travel for a fantastic fitness vacation.”

Yahoo TravelBy ShermansTravel Editorial StaffTop 10 Fitness Vacations
New York Times

“Feel good, take care of yourself, and looking good in a bikini will follow.”

New York TimesBy Catherine Saint Louis‘Bikini-Ready’? Who’s Judging?