Yoga Teacher Training Dates to choose from:Baja 26 Day Trainings ($2,930.00)
- May 20 to Jun 13, 2013
- Jun 24 to July 18, 2013
- Oct. 14 to Nov. 7, 2013
- Nov. 18 to Dec. 12,2013
- Dec. 28 to Jan. 21, 2014
- Jan. 27 to Feb. 20,2014
- Mar. 3 to Mar. 27, 2014
Baja 16 Day Trainings
- May 20 to June 4, 2013
- June 24 to July 9, 2013
- Oct. 23 to Nov. 7, 2013
- Nov. 27 to Dec. 12,2013
- Dec. 28 to Jan. 11, 2014
- Feb. 5 to Feb. 20,2014
- Mar. 12 to Mar. 27, 2014
Bali 16 Day Trainings
Hawaii 16 Day Trainings
* See Travel Safety Information below
The yoga teacher training officially starts on the program start date allowing the day before as a travel day. Yandara provides transportation to and from the airport on arrival and departure days for $35 each way. Those wishing to arrive in Baja prior early can return to the airport on the day before the program starts to be picked up, along with the other students, by our shuttle service.
The yoga training ends on the listed end date allowing the next day as a depature and travel day. Breakfast will be served on the travel departure day.
Getting To Yandara
By Plane: Fly into Los Cabos International Airport (SJD). We have found www.kayak.com to be the best flight information service. We recommend booking directly with the airline.
By Bus: Take a bus to from San Diego to Tijuana Mexico then to La Paz. *More detailed travel information will be provided upon registration
By Car: It is a 900 mile drive from San Diego to Todos Santos Baja Mexico.
More detailed travel information will be provided upon registration
For further information please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 877-490-9883.
Yandara has been in operation for over 9 years and can report that thousands of students have visited and enjoyed a safe and clean environment. We are confident that you will be comfortable and well taken care of.
All necessary safety and health precautions will be made during your stay at Yandara. For any questions or concerns you may have, please feel free to contact us by email at email@example.com, or 877-490-9883.
Mexico, February 08, 2012
The Department of State has issued . . . General information on the overall security situation is provided immediately below. For information on security conditions in specific regions of Mexico, which can vary, travelers should reference the state-by-state assessments. . .
Baja California (South): Cabo San Lucas is a major city/travel destination in the Southern portion of Baja Californ: No advisory is in effect.
This Travel Warning supersedes the Travel Warning for Mexico dated April 22, 2011 to consolidate and update information about the security situation and to advise the public of additional restrictions on the travel of U.S. government (USG) personnel.
There has been much in the media about crime in Baja. We have included some articles below to help put this into perspective. We have been here in southern Baja for 10 years. It is the safest place I have ever lived or visited. There is no social unrest. Any kind of violent crime is virtually unheard of.
Students are met by Yandara staff at the San Jose del Cabos International airport. It is a small airport, customs agents, airport security and taxi drivers know Yandara and look out for our students. Students are taken by shuttle to Yandara which is located on a safe secluded beachfront property 45 miles north of Cabos San Lucas. Students that come here feel very safe. Please call us for more information or if you would like to talk to previous students.
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First and foremost, let us remember that more Americans will visit Mexico by noon tomorrow than will visit London in a year. A vast majority enjoy that visit without incident. Most of foreign destinations, with the exclusion of Canada, are more dangerous to visit for Americans than is Mexico on an incident per visit ratio.
It should be noted that Baja California Sur, which comprises the southern half of the peninsula, is one of many blue states listed as zones with the fewest murders (1). Baja California Sur is home to its capital city of La Paz, Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo and Todos Santos."
Travel safely, use your head and enjoy the warmth of the Baja sun and the people of this amazing peninsula. As the real numbers show, the odds of a successful and pleasant stay in (Southern) Baja is overwhelming favorite bet..
What a lot of folks don’t realize, even frequent long-time Baja visitors, is that Baja is two separate states…Baja Norte (Northern Baja) and Baja Sur (Southern Baja). Ensenada is the capital of the former and La Paz is the capital of the latter.
Ninety nine percent of the violent crime is along the border of Baja Norte (Northern Baja)
The comparatively isolated southern tip(southern Baja), with its tony Los Cabos resort, remains safer and is still popular with Hollywood celebrities, anglers and other foreign tourists.
Secondly, 95% of this rash of homicides in the Mexican border areas have been inter drug cartel exclusively. If you deduct the gangland related murders from the statistics, visiting Mexico is safer than visiting most US cities.