Tabulia Tree Hotel

Tabulia Tree Hotel

Conscious about our sensitive natural environment we – at Tabulia Tree Hotel – are very cautious on how we interact with nature. Our hotel has been designed to blend in the stunning rainforest of Manuel Antonio and with this awareness in mind, electric powered transportation on property is always available for our guest.

Hotel Mimos

Hotel Mimos

Offering you great value in a tropical setting and a family friendly environment, tastefully furnished accommodations, and good food in the Buru Bar & Grill Restaurant. Conveniently located between the National Park Manuel Antonio and town, Quepos. Our hotel offers a variety of rooms from Standard Deluxe, Junior suite and Family Suites, Apartments, Master and Honeymoon Suites elegantly arranged in our three-story building.

Espadilla Gardens

Espadilla Gardens Hotel

Cabinas Espadilla, surrounded by tropical forest and gorgeous beaches, is situated in Manuel Antonio, on the central Pacific coast. This stunning area is home to the bio-diverse Manuel Antonio National Park, astounding sunsets, and pristine tropical surroundings. The hotel sits just 150 meters from the entrance of the park, making these cabinas a perfect choice for those planning to explore the park and its gorgeous beaches.

Los Pinos Cabañas

Los Pinos Cabanas y Jardines

Surrounded by pine trees and beautiful native gardens, within walking distance of the town of Santa Elena, your stay at Los Pinos Cabins offers a mind-soothing experience immersed in nature while enjoying the comforts of your private cabin. Family-friendly, very private, sustainable, fully equipped kitchen, private terrace, comfortable beds, private bathroom with hot water and TV. 8-hectare nature reserve, onsite trails. There is no restaurant on site, however many different options are available at just a short walking distance from the hotel.

Cala Lodge

Cala Lodge

Adjacent to the world-renowned Children’s Eternal Rain Forest, Cala Lodge offers cozy accommodations. Cala Lodge was founded in 2008 by a young Costa Rican couple: Francisco & Raquel Castro. Francisco is a descendant of one of the first Costa Rican families that established in Monteverde during the 1920s way before the Quakers did. Born and raised in the cloud forest, Francisco started at a very young age his career as a naturalist guide of the Monteverde area, and now with over fifteen years of experience he specializes in bird-watching tours.

Heliconia

Heliconia Hotel

In a great location near the Butterfly Garden, Ecological Farm & the famous Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, Hotel Heliconia offers the perfect setting for those who love bird-watching, nature in the serenity of a mountain retreat. The hotel has been designed to offer home-style comfort in the warmth of a wooden construction, assuring the guest an unforgettable experience. Family run Hotel by Doña Roxana and her family Heliconia is one of the pioneer hotels in the Monteverde Cloud Forest area.

Laguna Lodge

Laguna Lodge

Situated on a narrow strip of land between the sea on one side and the Tortuguero-Lagoon on the other. A rain forest ecotourism lodge with an extra touch in style, comfort and personalized service. They offer one-, two- or three-day packages that include transportation, meals, naturalist guides, tours to the canals of Tortuguero National Park, the village of Tortuguero and the Turtle Museum of the Caribbean Conservation Corporation. The region is the most important nesting site in the entire Western half of the Caribbean for the green sea turtle.

Mawamba Lodge

Mawamba Lodge

Mawamba Lodge boasts of its front views being the canals of Tortuguero and its backyard the Caribbean Ocean. Green Sea turtles come to Tortuguero to lay their eggs between July and September; some arrive early in June and might probably later in October. While at Mawamba you will be seduced by the magnificence of nature’s flora and fauna. There are numerous activities and educational opportunities to make your stay a most memorable one.

Evergreen Lodge

Evergreen Lodge

Only a five-minute boat ride through the jungle canals to the entrance of wildlife-rich Tortuguero National Park. This remote area of the Caribbean coast is accessible only by plane or by boat; nevertheless, your lodging will be first class. The infrastructure of this lovely lodge is built to coexist with nature. The rainforest enhances the hotel grounds, which are truly evergreen.

Tiskita Jungle Lodge

Tiskita Jungle Lodge

Located on the Southern Pacific Coast and fronted by a pristine, coconut palm-lined beach, Tiskita is composed of cozy cabins and a main lodge surrounded by a private 800-acre nature reserve and tropical fruit orchard. The lodge offers excellent walking trails and fabulous wildlife observation, tasty home-cooked meals served family-style, comfortable rooms, and swimming pool. Tiskita is owner-operated and uses environmentally sustainable practices. They are community oriented and support local projects for sea turtle restoration and scarlet macaw reintroduction. They are also active in a project to establish a protected marine zone around the Golfo Dulce.