Known for its beaches, mountain ranges, volcanoes and varied wildlife, Costa Rica’s rich biodiversity makes it a popular destination for eco-tourists. Traditionally a producer of agricultural goods such as coffee and bananas, its economy has diversified and tourism now ranks as the country’s number one earner.
Hacienda AltaGracia, Auberge Resorts Collection
Perez Zeledon, Costa Rica
To be surrounded by so much but somehow so little at the same time is profound. Tucked away from the frenzy of modern life in the foothills of the Talamanca Mountains, Hacienda AltaGracia marries seclusion and exploration, comfort and excitement, privacy and personalization. Fifty casitas float across 180 birdsong-filled acres of coffee farm, equine stables, vegetable gardens, and untamed rainforest. It is this land, and its people’s pure spirit, that inspires the resort’s culinary creations, immersive adventures, and holistic wellness escapes.
Nantipa - A Tico Beach Experience
Puntarenas, Costa Rica
Nantipa is the Chorotegan word for blue. So, it’s only natural that this boutique hotel is surrounded by the deep blue waters of the Gulf of Nicoya. The 21 bungalows, suites, and villas feature all the luxuriously beachy amenities you could want (some even have private plunge pools and indoor/outdoor showers). The thatched-roof Manzú Restaurant serves traditional Tico recipes with a modern twist. And just outside your door, you’ll find endless ways to explore, including horseback riding, artisan fishing, and surfing.
Turrialba, Costa Rica
Disconnect from tech and tune into nature in all her jungle glory at the Pacuare Lodge. The adventure begins before you arrive, rafting the Pacuare River’s white waters to the lodge’s shores (or take the gondola!). You’ll find 20 enchanting suites, made of sustainably sourced lumber with thatched roofs built by local Cabécar people, tucked among the treetops. Solar panels and water turbines mean little impact on the environment – and a transformational experience for you while connecting with the rain forest from your private terrace and spring-fed pool. Jungle treks, canopy tours, and other leafy experiences await.
Kura Boutique Hotel
Uvita, Costa Rica
Contemporary and playful in design, and yet surrounded by lush rain-forest canopy, Kurà is a dynamic concept fusing sustainability and natural beauty. On Costa Rica’s south Pacific Coast, this adults-only resort overlooks Marino Ballena National Park and comprises just eight minimalist, open-floor suites with walls of windows for uninterrupted views across the rain forest and azure ocean. Lounge in a two-person hammock on the veranda or swim into the sunset in the stunning infinity-edge pool. Food is grown on-site or sourced from local artisan producers; activities focus on wellness, nature, and local culture.
Lapa Rios Ecolodge
Lapa Rios is a 930 acre private nature reserve located at the southern-most tip of the Osa Peninsula, Central America’s last remaining lowland dense tropical rainforest. On the western Pacific coast of Costa Rica, it acts as a wildlife corridor to Corcovado National Park. It is home to 2.5% of the biodiversity of the whole world, probably – it is not even known exactly how many unidentified species there may be, the primary forest being so dense. Costa Rica is certainly known for its living laboratory of nature with its 850 species of birds (319 in Lapa Rios!), 200 mammal species, reptiles, trees and plants.
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