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Costa Rica eco lodge in a private reserve

Costa Rica eco lodge in a private reserve

Rainforest eco lodge on 280 acre private reserve
From US $185 to US $260 per room per night (sleeps 2)
Accommodation
Pacuare Nature Reserve accommodation in Costa Rica

Pacuare Nature Reserve accommodation in Costa Rica

1206 nesting giant turtles 1000Ha tropical forest Pacuare
From US $226 to US $350 per accommodation per night (sleeps 2)
Accommodation: This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
Costa Rica jungle accommodation

Costa Rica jungle accommodation

Rustic jungle accommodation
From US $135 to US $150 per person per night
Accommodation
Costa Rica private reserve eco lodge

Costa Rica private reserve eco lodge

Heliconias Lodge a magnificent unspoilt tropical destination
From US $55 to US $125 per accommodation per night
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    Costa Rica eco lodge in a private reserve
    From
    US $185
    per room per night (sleeps 2)
    Incredible - the lodge and its views over the mountains and forest were breathtaking and we had the most relaxing time. We will definitely be staying at the lodge again if we are ever back in Costa Rica. (more)Elfie Burgess
    They create all their own electricity with a small hydro-turbine... virtually ALL the work done on this coffee plantation is by the owners and locals. They have many LONG TERM employees because they treat them very well, from what I saw and understood. They are also re-foresting pasture land. Most of everything we ate was grown there except a few things they get from local farmers. (more)Korte Yeo
    A fabulous situation , beautiful rooms, great service all round... We spent two weeks there and enjoyed every moment .Great thanks to the owners and their parents. (more)patrick heffron
    Costa Rica jungle accommodation
    From
    US $135
    per person per night
    Memorable parts? Being away from it all. The solitude is incredible as is the flora and fauna. Tips? Take a really bright flashlight if you are staying in the tents so you can see any snakes and such on the track when you walk back in the dark. Leave your goretex hiking boots at home and pick up some comfortable boots that you don't mind getting covered in thick mud. Oh, and take snacks that you don't want to live without - like chocolate. Go scuba diving at Isla del Cano to see sharks... (more)Tracey Reed
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