Tree House Lodge
Eco-Friendly, Two-Bedroom Houses, Set Among Giant Coniferous Trees.
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Located within the Gandoca-Manzanillo Wildlife Refuge in Costa Rica’s Caribbean province of Limon, the Tree House Lodge is a unique place to get away from it all. Kids, parents, teens, couples, nature-lovers, and anyone wanting white-sand beaches, authentic local culture, and immense amounts of wildlife will love the Tree House Lodge.
The complex of four houses is set back in the jungle on 10 acres of oceanfront property on Punta Uva beach, just south of Puerto Viejo. The uniquely designed tree houses—with two- and three-bedroom options available—all have a private kitchen or kitchenette, ceiling fans, mosquito nets, safe deposit box, private rancho with BBQ aream and private fire-heated hot tub. Although signal can be a little patchy in the jungle, there is complimentary WiFi access throughout the property.
Most guests prepare their own meals and dine in their tree house. There is a supermarket just a five-minute walk from the lodge, and there are also several restaurants within that same distance. Breakfast is available from the Tree House Lodge at an additional cost (after the first night).
Guests can enjoy Pilates and tae bo classes every other day in the public rancho, take a swim in the calm beaches lining the property, or ask the staff to assist you with renting kayaks and bicycles from local suppliers. Every Tuesday and Thursday there is a free Iguana Conservation Tour that touches on many other topics about local culture, medicinal plants, and wildlife in the area.
*Prices reflect our best approximation of low and high season rates and are subject to change at any time. You will receive a 100% accurate price when you inquire with us. The rates listed here, are per person, double occupancy accommodation and include taxes, domestic transport, tours and hotels as described, unless otherwise indicated. Price does NOT include international airfare or optional travel insurance or any other services not expressly mentioned.