Rainforest to Beach Odyssey

Starting from: $ 7.630 USD

Price is based on a minimum occupation during high season.

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This Green Circle Experience will take you on an amazing route, showing you our impressive jungles and crystalline clear Caribbean waters.

Starting in one of our most lush and remote locations, close to a beautiful National Wildlife refuge, you will discover this true natural paradise, teaming with tropical flora and fauna, from a unique perspective high up in the treetops. On your way to our famous Caribbean beaches you will first make a stopover in a remote wetland that will give you the feeling of being all alone in our “Costa Rican Amazon”.

And then it is time for some real relaxation at the beach, before we continue the journey land inwards. As you travel from the Caribbean coast to the Pacific, you will get the opportunity to see many of our tropical habitats. Driving through the little visited Turrialba valley, crossing our highest mountain pass, you will visit one of the famous cloud forests of Costa Rica.

And it wouldn’t be a true Rainforest to Beach Odyssey if you didn’t end our trip in a relaxing beach camp on the Pacific coast to soak up some of the beautiful tropical vibes before heading back home.

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Hotel Grano de Oro
Number of Nights: 1
Location: San José
Our Green Circle member Hotel Grano de Oro is a sustainable oasis in a hectic city. Take a step back in time in this gorgeous colonial building. It was the favorite place of one of the most renowned entrepreneurial families in Costa Rica. The colonial style restaurant is hands down one of the best in town.
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Maquenque Ecolodge
Number of Nights: 2
Location: San José
The Artavia family used to be Costa Rican cattle farmers who gave their land back to nature. They aim to operate in synergy with nature and preserve the area for future generations. The Maquenque National Wildlife Refuge is a true natural paradise that stretches all the way to the border with Nicaragua. Sleeping in a gorgeous tree house will make the experience even more unique and unforgettable. Immerse yourself in nature!
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Lirio Lodge
Number of Nights: 2
Location: San José
On a beautiful spot in a jungle lagoon you are a guest at the charming Lirio Lodge, far away from civilization and other tourists. There’s no Wi-Fi or swimming pool, but you will definitely not feel bored at this extraordinary place.
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Congo Bongo Ecolodge
Number of Nights: 2
Location: San José
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Selva Bananito Ecolodge
Number of Nights: 2
Location: San José
This ecolodges in Costa Rica is located in the middle of a gigantic 1200 ha lush green rainforest in the Caribbean jungle, where you will stay in a beautiful wooden house. Enjoy a magical view over the fields with the mountains and the jungle as a backdrop. Solar panels provide hot water in the shower and atmospheric lighting in your room.
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Casa Turire
Number of Nights: 2
Location: San José
Hotel Casa Turire is the perfect romantic getaway where you can relax in the pool area. Up for some activity? Hike the trails on the estate, go horseback riding or join for birdwatching in the garden. The estate also includes a working sustainable farm.
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Dantica Cloud Forest Lodge
Number of Nights: 2
Location: San José
Before reaching the highest point of the road (3300m/11000 feet) you descend into a beautiful green valley carved by the river Savegre. San Gerardo de Dota (2500m) offers breathtaking scenery. Here you will be staying at Dantica Lodge. The village is also one of the few places in Central America where you can spot the quetzal, Guatemalas national bird, and sacred to the Mayas.
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Rafiki Beach Camp
Number of Nights: 2
Location: San José
The owners of this ecolodge in Costa Rica are highly committed to preserving pristine nature surrounding the lodge. Sustainability was a necessity to maintain its existence in the Savegre Valley. Starting with a raw piece of forest and overgrown cattle pastures, the Boshoff family had to find ways to not only survive in the wilderness, but also to create comforts necessary to host guests.