Wander Women: Labor Day Getaway
to Sep 4

Wander Women: Labor Day Getaway

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$500 Per Person/ $200 Non-Refundable Deposit - June 1

$150 - July 15 | $150 - July 28


  • 3 Nights
  • 4 Days
  • Meals
  • Yoga
  • Guided Workshop
  • Hosts

Not Included:

Airfare is not included - We recommend flying into Mexico City, Mexico (MEX) and then flying to Huatulco, Mexico (HUX) as the rate is substantially less than flying directly to Huatuclo. From Huatuclo we will then take taxis to the our oceanfront property. Here are two flight time suggestions from Mexico City, Mexico to Huatuclo.

8:55 am (MEX)→10:05 am (HUX)

11:00 am (MEX)→12:18 pm (HUX)

We would like to travel to Huatuclo together, so as you plan your flight to Mexico City, please let us know when you will be arriving. Plan to arrive in Huatuclo, in time for one of these flights so that we can plan group transport to the property where we are staying. For now, please only buy your flight to Mexico City. Once we have received all guests initial arrival times, we will be in contact about flights to Huatuclo and provide booking directions.


  • Wander through villages and shop at local markets.
  • Focus on your well-being with wellness expert
  • Massages (appointments must be booked prior to arrival)
  • Horseback riding
  • Fun in the sun at the beach


Located in a small fishing town in southern Mexico on the semi-tropical beach of San Agustinillo Oaxaca, this site is entirely eco-friendly, promoting recycling and compost. All bedrooms at the retreat are triple occupancy (3-Queen Sized Beds) in eco-friendly cabins. Let us know if you're traveling solo, or with friends and we'll book your cabin accordingly.  

Accommodation amenities include:

  • Cell service
  • Coffeemaker
  • Dining table
  • Electricity
  • Linens provided
  • Room service
  • Running water
  • Safe
  • Shower
  • Sink
  • Toilet
  • Towels provided
  • Wheelchair access
  • Wi-Fi
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TRIBE #wehiketoheal | HTX
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TRIBE #wehiketoheal | HTX



#wehiketoheal is a month-long empowerment and wellness experience facilitated by The Outdoor Journal Tour that culminates with sponsored group hikes all over the world on March 25, 2017.

Houston's hike is being led by TRIBE at Buffalo Bayou Park. 

#wehiketoheal stands for Women Everywhere Hike(ing) to Heal – but it is also a play on words – “WE” also stands for we, as in humankind everywhere. Many people hike to heal anxiety, depression, stress, grief, sadness, disease, confusion, obesity, or perhaps for more connectedness, for fitness, or to feel alive. Healing doesn’t imply that we are broken; it implies that there are many different streams to our wholeness.

The Hike

The Buffalo Bayou Trail cuts across Houston and meanders through the many parks that line the waterway, as well as the historical Glenwood Cemetery. It stretches 15 miles and is fully paved, offering a pleasant outdoor escape in an urban setting.

Sandwiched between Memorial Drive on its north side and Allen Parkway to the south, the west end of the trail is particularly popular and easy to access. Much of this section is shaded and you’ll even find a thriving bat colony under the Waugh Drive Bridge. And, if you want to see the views from the water, canoe and kayak launches are available near the Sabine Street Bridge and City Lot H.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking is available in the parks that line the trail, including (from east to west):

  • Tony Marron Park (808 N. York St.)
  • Eleanor Tinsley Park
  • Spotts Park (401 S. Heights Blvd.)
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