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Prana Eco Retreat

Prana Eco Retreat
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Available for:
  • Retreats,
  • Festivals & Events,
  • Weddings,
  • Workshops 
  • Music Recording. 
The location at Prana is exclusive. No noise, no connection to community except its own, totally devoid of any pollution or population. A magnificent setting of land/bush and beach. A unique natural environment of park like setting close to an unpopulated, just 5 minutes walk iconic untouched-by-man beach.

The large 100-acre natural site and coastal positioning is magnificent. Nestled between rock faces covered in magnificent ancient Pohutakawa's and a pristine dune beach with 165.25 million sq.km of the Pacific Fresh Air System in front of it.

If you are looking for a place where you can run training's, events, group activities, creative exploration, self-development or healing workshops, you will find this an ideal and supportive venue for such activities.
We offer a nurturing, creative and sustaining environment that is at once friendly, welcoming, relaxing and meditative. Meditation is the foundation of our daily life and work. It brings a sense of quality to all that we do here.
This haven encompasses camping, low, medium and high budget eco-lodge accommodation, plus large space for events, meetings, workshops and music festivals.
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User Reviews

There are: 2 reviews, with an average rating of 5.0 out of 5
Absolutely amazing I would recommend it to anyone and everyone !
Posted by Anon on 2014-09-17 12:22:42
this is a lovely lovely setting. i went to prana festival this new year and it was fabulous. the beach is beautiful, sandy, surfy, very long...the pine trees around the main buildings are lush, reminding me of scotland...do take a look and maybe stay a while...x
Posted by rosie balyuzi on 2009-03-29 19:43:12