Ecolodge – Pura Vida!

Set within a 1000-acre private nature reserve in Central America’s last remaining lowland tropical rainforest in Costa Rica’s wild Osa Peninsula. Offering an outdoor pool and views of the sea, Lapa Rios Ecolodge is set in Puerto Jiménez, 20 mi from Golfito.

RESPONSIBLE & MEANINGFUL TRAVEL

Commitment To Sustainability

Since their inception, sustainability has been a core value at Lapa Rios. Nature conservation and community development are their very raisons d’être. “We strive to use tourism as a means to acquire and protect the surrounding endangered rainforest instead of allowing it to take a toll on this precious and finite resource.”

At Lapa Rios, they endeavour to operate in complete harmony with the world around us. Their sustainable philosophy is reflected in their design and guides every decision: “we respect the wildlife and nature around us; we utilize renewable materials for sustainable and low-impact construction; we promote use of locally-sourced biodegradable products and organic foods; we employ exclusively local staff; we educate them, our local community, and you, our guests, about sustainability, cultural and environmental matters.”

Stories For The Grandkids

“From the Macaws flying by the lodge and spider monkeys throwing things at us on the Osa Trail, to horseback riding on the beach to catching six yellow fin tunas and a sailfish weighing 100 pounds. Just amazing! We will be telling stories of our honeymoon to our grandchildren. Perhaps someday we will bring our children here so they can learn and experience the beauty of Mother Nature.”

– Phil & Roselyn, Washington DC

Lapa Rios Lodge enjoys a privileged location where the rainforest meets the ocean. Unlike other land-locked jungle lodges, guests of Lapa Rios have easy access to a number of secluded beaches along the sprawling Golfo Dulce coastline.

Admire views of these rare tropical fjords from your private deck. Surf the cerulean waves. Explore the unusual marine life that thrives in the tide-pools or search for whales further out.

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