Rancho Delicioso is a permaculture center, yoga retreat, and surf camp, aiming to create an organic community of eco-minded artists and nature lovers.
Josephine is from various European countries. She’s one of the most friendly and talented people you will ever meet. She handles bookings, leads volunteers, teaches yoga, is a vegan chef, and so much more.
Geoff McCabe, originally from Seattle, came to Costa Rica in 2004 and is the main owner and visionary behind Rancho Delicioso and Anamaya. He lives on the farm and sometimes fills in to teach various classes such as the aerials, raw chocolate-making, archery, and surfing. Geoff was a professional fire dancer for 10 years with Pyrosutra.
Adriana Pal is from Costa Rica and she teaches the permaculture classes and leads the excursions. She will usually be around all the time during your retreat, helping with anything and everything.
Janine Jordan lives on the farm and teaches yoga. She’s also the brain behind the Greenwave non-profit organization that backs many of the sustainable projects in the area. She’s also a wicked hula-hooper and one of the best dancers you will ever see. Furthermore, she is also the founder of EMA, the Electronic Music Alliance.
Julito Lopez is from Nicaragua and manages a team of farm workers who do most of the hard labor. They dig, plant, chop, clean, and work all day in the tropical sun to make Rancho Delicioso the “Garden of Eden” type paradise that it is.
Laura is a Tica chef and you will delight in her amazing, healthy cooking. She was trained in Anamaya’s kitchen and comes to the farm for the retreats to head the kitchen. Many of guests threaten to kidnap her to take her home with them.
Farm mamma and co-owner, Yasmin Tobon grew up on a farm in Colombia and takes care of just about everything here. She loves people, especially children, and animals, cooking, growing stuff, and just about everything else.