Access to the lodge is via rafting on the Pacuare River, or hiking in along a trail. It is located on a private reserve at the mouth of the Pacuare Gorge, bordering with the Cabecar Indian Reserve and with more than 40 miles of hiking trails and numerous waterfalls, streams, and pools.
Open air gathering pavilions with thatched roofs and comfortable hammocks swinging in a gentle breeze, such are the various accommodations that fit every preference and budget from luxury rooms overlooking the river to rustic bunkhouses set back on the hillside, with private bathrooms, hot showers, hydro-generated electricity for a clean sustainable energy source and decks for scenic views of the opulent nature and wildlife.
Great meals, naturalist tours, hiking, waterfalls with pools to soak in, awesome zip line in the rainforest canopy, horseback riding, sustainable development and Tilapia farming tours, and tree-planting are part of their offer. Availability of certain activities depends on the length of the stay at the Lodge.
Check In Time: 03:00pm
Check Out Time: 12:00pm