For those who are looking for a wedding that is simple and about the two of you, there’s no better option than to elope in Costa Rica! An elopement in Costa Rica means that the ceremony and celebration will be about you and your loved one. You’ll begin your day with a couple’s massage in our Spa. Our minister or lawyer performs a personalized ceremony about the two of you, our photographer will capture the day and spend time doing couple’s portraits and then you will end your evening with a romantic dinner on the beach. Your romantic dinner will include a 3 course meal, a cocktail each, and a bottle of wine to share. You’ll enjoy your dinner with your toes in the sand and under the moon and stars, while enjoying the sound of the ocean. Our simple and care-free elopement packages make it easy to let us take care of the details while you enjoy your day.
The Spa at Ylang Ylang is the perfect place to enjoy an afternoon of relaxation. The Ylang Ylang Spa will help you to feel relaxed and rejuvenated as you listen to the sounds of the ocean and enjoy the open air jungle view. Our experienced massage therapists will make you feel calm and comfortable as you breath into deep relaxation. Choose from one of our relaxing massages, facials, body scrubs or wraps. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to pamper yourself!
A fun day trip to take with friends, family, or your loved one. Venture off the beaches of Montezuma in the morning on a speedboat to Tortuga Island, Costa Rica. The 45 minute boat ride will take you along the coast to see quiet, undeveloped beaches, a waterfall, and small islands. Land at Tortuga Island, a beautiful white sand beach, with palm trees, and turquoise clear waters. Enjoy some snorkeling and a prepared BBQ lunch on the beach. Tortuga Island also offers many different types of activities like jet skiing, kayaking, and a banana boat. There is wildlife to see and a gift shop to explore. Enjoy a great day on the island!
Banana boat adventure at Tortuga Island.
An aerial view of Tortuga Island.
Boat Ride to Tortuga Island