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Start your new year off in the Bahamas for yoga retreat. Kick-start your new year with a refreshing yoga retreat where you will increase your knowledge of flexibility, injury prevention, and corrective exercises for better posture and injury recovery. Join this retreat if you want 2017 to be the best year of your life by reflecting on the past, planning the future, and enjoying the present.
You will be staying at the Treasure Cay Beach Marina and Golf Resort. The resort offers marina view water front rooms, garden view rooms and one, two, or three bedroom suites with choice of garden or marina views. All rooms feature amenities to ensure a comfortable island stay. Suites also offer complete kitchens, a living area with private balcony, and multiple bathrooms. Cribs and play pens are available for rent.
To protect and enhance the indoor air quality and to contribute to the health and well-being of guests and employees, Treasure Cay Beach Marina and Golf Resort is a smoke-free facility. Smoking is prohibited in all the enclosed areas without exception. If a smoking violation occurs in a room, the client will be charged a penalty of 250 USD non-refundable cleaning fee. Please note that smoking is not allowed in the rooms.
During this retreat, immerse yourself in daily self development workshops, morning beach workout, sunrise meditation, and evening Restorative yoga. There is plenty plenty of quiet time to go shelling on the beach, read a book, or work on your tan. You can also get swim with the happy pigs of Abaco, feed the stingrays, go stargazing, and most importantly, enjoy life and make new friends!
This retreat will take place at Treasure Cay Beach Marina and Golf Resort, a small coastal community located on the east side of the island of Abaco in the Bahamas.
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You will be served daily delicious meals at the on-site restaurants. Order to suit your dietary needs and enjoy the local cuisine! Whether overlooking the marina or looking over a picnic table at the expansive ocean, you’ll find the dining options at Treasure Cay to be both flavorful and colorful. True Bahamian dishes compliment more traditional fare on menus that evolve with fresh island ingredients.
While it’s true Treasure Cay Beach Marina and Golf Resort is one of the greatest places on earth to “do nothing”, there are a number of activities from which to choose should you decide to take a break from taking your break.
Aerobics class is every Tuesday and Thursday from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. at the Coco Beach Bar. The class is 40 to 45 minutes of aerobics, followed by 15 minutes of body sculpting and stretch.
Located only minutes from Treasure Cay Airport (TCB) and less than an hour from Marsh Harbor Airport (MHH); the resort makes for a great home base for island exploring or just a quick couple days away.
The beach at the resort is considered to be one of the best in the Caribbean. Three and a half miles of secluded white sand and endless sea set the scene and tempo for the property’s truly relaxed island atmosphere.
The water of Treasure Cay are known for world class fishing. At the Treasure Cay Marina, fishermen from all over the world hire experienced skippers to take them out to search for blue marlin, barracuda, grouper, yellowtail, snapper, tuna, mahi-mahi, and wahoo. The bonefish flats at Treasure Cay are just a short boat ride from the marina.
The reef system and the many cays combine to create The Sea of Abaco, one of the world’s safest and most exciting cruising and fishing grounds and an underwater playground for outstanding diving and snorkeling. The best way to explore this multitude of islands is by water. There are several reliable ferry systems with regular service to the bigger cays or you rent a boat or arrange for a charter with a knowledgeable local captain. Set sail for a picnic on a deserted beach, snorkel an unexplored reef, or cruise into port for dinner.
Snorkeling is great just off the beach. Experience amazing diving, snorkeling, island-hopping, and other adventures. Explore miles of reefs, shipwrecks, and even mysterious inland blue holes.
Brendal is offering two dives per day from ten to 100 feet. Come and enjoy the beautiful shallow coral gardens with elk and stag horn and abundant marine life! He also offers a variety of tours and excursions. No visit to the Abacos is complete without a dive or excursion with Brendal! Brendal’s Dive Center is located on nearby Green Turtle Cay, the pick-up location for Treasure Cay based guests is the Green Turtle ferry dock.
You’ll find some of the very best fishing the Bahamas has to offer around Treasure Cay. Bonefish, snapper, grouper, dolphin (dorado or mahi-mahi), tuna and blue marlin are all on the menu. This fishing friendly resort is also home to a 150-slip marina offering boat rentals, guides, charters, a variety of excursions, and terrific tournament action. Dock and surf fishing are permitted.
Treasure Cay’s fabulously designed Dick Wilson gem stretches a healthy 6,985 yards from the back tees with fairways framed with thick island vegetation. Classically styled elevated green complexes are well protected and can be hard to hold when the winds are up. Not to worry though, the resort’s chilled island vibe will keep your rounds relaxed. Tee times can be made through the resort. Special island golf events and unlimited play packages are updated regularly.
Kayak rentals are charged 10 USD for four hours or 15 USD per day, a double row kayak for about 10 USD for four hours, a double peddle kayak for 35 USD per hour, a single row kayak for 20 USD per hour, a single peddle kayak for 25 USD per our, and a paddle board for 25 USD per hour. All kayaks and paddle boards are charged 15 USD for every additional hour or 50 USD per day.
Local Bahamian culture is both colorful and filled with deep rooted pride. Through the year you’ll find the Abaco calendar peppered with fabulous festivals and events like Junkanoo, Island Roots Festival, an Art Festival, and Christmas pageant. Available are also tours focused on various points of island interest by both land and see. The local library can fill your beach bag with reading material and a variety of local churches will welcome your attendance on Sunday.
The beauty and intrigue of Abaco’s natural surroundings stretches well beyond the beach. Tour and observe the local ecosystem from a canoe, visit the mysterious blue holes, witness the many species of plant and bird life, or simply loose yourself on a long bike ride. The team at Abaco Gal can arrange any number of nature tour itineraries during your stay at Treasure Cay.
Have fun on the Hobie Catamaran-Bravo for two persons for 40 USD and an additional 25 USD for every extra hour.
You can rent snorkel gears and fins for about 10 USD each for four hours or rent a full set of snorkel and fins for 16 USD per day.
Newly refurbished courts are available for resort and community guests. Rackets and balls are also available for rent.
Registered hotel and marina guests will receive two complementary chairs per room. Beach chair rental, tiki, or umbrella will cost 10 USD per day.
You can book a massage or treatment on site with a reservation for an extra cost. Treatments include:
Please book your flight to arrive at Treasure Cay International Airport (TCB). Transfer from and to the airport is included. The Flexibility Guru will pick you up from the airport.
If you should choose to come by way of water, the resort's 150 slip full service deep water marina can accommodate a wide variety of vessels. Feel free to contact the Harbor Master through the resort’s main number for further enquiry.
Treasure Cay International Airport (TCB) is approximately seven miles from the resort. A taxi ride from Treasure Cay International Airport (TCB) to the hotel would cost about 30 USD for two persons and takes approximately 15 minutes. Extra persons are charged at 3 USD each.