Costa Rica Tree House Lodge – Puerto Viejo de Talamanca

On to the South Caribbean coast, where you’ll find the true meaning of Costa Rica’s Pura Vida; get ready for a few days of ultimate relaxation in Punta Uva! This region’s inhabitants are Latinos, Indians, and Afro-Caribbean Creoles. The vibe is relaxed. Reggae and calypso rhythms fill the little streets and colorful houses.

Your hotel
You are staying in Costa Rica Tree House Lodge, a unique destination near the beach where you’ll find six hand-built, sustainable houses that sparkle with creativity. Owner Edsart has a sharp eye for attractive color combinations and is a master in architectural design and repurposing. Don’t be surprised to find an old American school bus in the jungle, now a comfortable family suite.

The open and spacious Beach Suite will be your home and is built with fallen trees from the rainforest and other recycled materials. The garden borders the beach. You can enjoy a great ocean view from the 1st-floor bedroom and the roof terrace, plus there’s a bathroom you’ve never seen before. In addition, you have a fully equipped kitchen, barbecue, and a wood-fired hot tub!

Explore the area

  • Deserted beaches and a gorgeous viewpoint are just around the corner for a relaxing day in the sun. An excellent way to explore those beaches is by renting a bicycle. You can enjoy a fresh coconut or take a dip in the ocean on the road. If you get hungry, head to Puerto Viejo, where you will find cozy restaurants, beach bars, and colorful boutiques.
  • Book a tour at the Jaguar Rescue Center if you want to know more about the efforts to help the local wildlife.
  • Want to taste those delicious flavors at home? Then, take a Caribbean cooking class.
  • Book a day tour or stay overnight at the Bribri Indians for more inside information about the indigenous culture.
  • And last but not least: visit Cahuita National Park. It is one of the best places to hike and snorkel, only a 40-minute drive away.

Contact us and let's plan your tour.

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