I've been to Kalani four times and love it, but it works best for those who go there to meditate, do yoga or go within. Regular tourists might not fit in, especially not the prudes who believe that people should wear a bathing suit when they go to the pool. Kalani is very Bohemian in the best sense of the word and you might run into a weirdo or two if you're lucky.
The food is awesome and healthy at Kalani, so I recommend signing up for the meal plan, but even though I'm giving the retreat five stars, my stay in 2016 was less succesful than the three first. The place had gotten quite loud, especially if you stay at the bungalows close to the entrance. Several nights they had parties which to my mind doesn't fit the place at all, but I might just have been unlucky. However, I do sense that the spiritual aspect of the place might be a little less important now than it was a few years ago.
PS. I still recommend the bungalows that are basic but very, very nice. However, the villas are too expensive. I stayed in one with my partner about five years ago and it definitely wasn't worth it.More
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- Free Parking