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Located in Ojochal/Playa Tortuga (Turtle Beach) on the Southern Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, The LOOKOUT at Turtle Beach is ideally situated where the jungle meets the ocean, with panoramic views of both. At the LOOKOUT, our guests enjoy a full range of outdoor adventure activites as well as a quiet place to relax with comfortable, stylish rooms... more
Located at the river Nosara between the beach and the village of Nosara, you will find our new built nature-house, with a typical thatched roof. The best place to go for friends of nature and animals.... more
An elegant rustic pueblo on a 216 acre property in the coastal mountains of the Nicoya Peninsula overlooking the Pacific ocean & beaches. Discover the tranquility, beauty, birds and wildlife of the moist tropical forest and jungle. Rare and threatened species of flora and fauna await you. Numerous hiking, biking, and horseback trails lead you... more
Located right across of the Arenal Lake, the Lodge was built for comfort and relaxation. The lake is ideal for practicing your favorite sports. We offer you fishing, boat riding and additional water sports. Horses and bicycles are available for rent. You might also enjoy a nature walk alone the Hotel's scenic trails.... more
Our newest adventures in Costa Rica offer you the best of both worlds; incredible marine life combined with rich, beautiful rainforests. Here in Drake Bay, on the Osa Peninsula, you will find bottlenose, spinner, common and spotted dolphins as well as humpback, pilot, sperm and blue whales, giant manta rays, sea turtles and so much more!... more
Created to offer personalized service in harmony with nature, Casa Luna features inviting gardens with native plant species and eco-friendly rooms with biodegradable products, low-energy air conditioners, and lights that automatically shut off themselves.... more
The bio-diversity of the South Pacific region gives you an opportunity to discovery a lush tropical habitat, rarely seen by human eyes. The private resort is surrounded by several national reserves, protected so you go bird watching or spelunking. You might see some of the more protected species like manatees or crocodiles.... more
Set on a high bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean and nearby Caño Island, on isolated Drake Bay, the Lodge is spread over 12 richly landscaped acres and surrounded by dense tropical rain forest. ...Scarlet Macaws soar overhead. Toucans are common sights. Hummingbirds feed on the brilliant heliconia. White faced monkeys lunch on ripe mangoes.... more
Casa Corcovado Jungle Lodge, tucked away in the trees and cooled by the Pacific Ocean, is a 170 acre private reserve bordering Corcovado National Park. Carefully designed and built by an American naturalist with twenty years of local experience, this unique lodge offers accommodations constructed in harmony with the landscape and the environment. ... more
Among exhuberant vegetation and wildlife, and beyond the impressive view of the Arenal Volcano, you will find the Linda Vista Del Norte Lodge. LINDA VISTA DEL NORTE LODGE is about 4 hours from San Jose adjacent to the Arenal Volcano National Park, and encompasses 210 hectares, where you may find different bird species such as the Quetzal or the... more
This unique Nature Lodge is close to the thriving tourist destination of Montezuma in Costa Rica. Away from the hustle of town, the small charming Lodge is nestled into the hills above Montezuma, offering tremendous views over the jungle treetops and rolling ranches to the blue Pacific and distant mountains. The Lodge is perched above a river... more
Bosque del Cabo Rainforest Lodge is located at the very tip of the Osa Peninsula in the southern Pacific region of Costa Rica. This private, 300 acre forest reserve is flanked on one side by the beautiful Golfo Dulce and on the other by the endless Pacific Ocean. Private, spacious bungalows perched atop the cliffs of Cabo Matapalo, each offer... more
Samara, on Costa Rica's Pacific coast, has maintained its original charming village character. The town and its surrounding area offer a large variety of plants and exotic animals. A three mile long beach, with coconut palms and other tropical plants, is sheltered by an offshore coral reef. It is an excellent vacation spot, with horseback riding,... more
Set in a private nature reserve over 1,000 acres of Central America's last remaining lowland tropical rainforest, Lapa Ríos overlooks the pristine point where the Golfo Dulce meets wild Pacific Ocean. Lapa Ríos was built by John and Karen Lewis as a private nature reserve. A Minnesota couple driven by a vision, they liquidated all their assets to... more
Each of its planned excursions - or eco-adventures - celebrates your wellness as well as the earth's. You can peer into semi-active volcanos. Stroll among waterfalls, hummingbirds and the world's largest butterfly enclosure. View the unique ecosystem of Tortuguero National Park. And much more!... more