Evergreen is a great example of coexisting with nature and environment. The first cabins were very rustic but located inside of the forest, without touching anything of it.  By building this type of construction they took the task of preserving the rain forest in its perennial state (always green),  Sustainability is very important to Evergreen Lodge, that’s why their business is driven by sustainable practices.

Little by little they added rooms and ramps, as well as a big restaurant. 

They also offer a trail with the purpose of having a wide range of activities that you can enjoy during your spare time. You can also find in Evergreen two type of rooms, beautiful bungalows and  comfortable cabins, 

  • Ideal for clients searching for a remote option where they can experience close contact with nature.
  • Evergreen is immersed in the rain forest, with its advantages and disadvantages:
    • There might be mosquitoes
    • Rain forest frogs and bugs sounds at night
    • Howler Monkeys may start howling at dawn.
  • Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
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    All rooms are located inside of the rain forest. They have fans, double or single beds and private bathroom with hot water.

    Total rooms: 55

    **Type of beds in room depends on your reservation and subject to availability**

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    Location

    Evergreen Lodge is located in the northeastern corner of Tortuguero, 5 minutes by boat from the main entrance to Tortuguero National Park. The Lodge is the ideal location from which to explore this unique and magical area, surrounded by towering trees and exuberant vegetation and are adorned with tropical designs.

    Day 1:

    Departure early in the morning from the hotel in San José to the northern Caribbean lowlands, to the Tortuguero town, crossing the impressive Braulio Carrillo National Park. Breakfast will take place at El Ceibo Restaurant in Guápiles, on the way to Caño Blanco dock located in Siquirres. By boat you will travel first on the river and then through the canals that run parallel to the coast until Tortuguero National Park. The ride provides an excellent chance to take a closer look to wildlife.

    Upon arrival, lunch will take place at the hotel’s Restaurant.

    In the afternoon visit the village of Tortuguero which lies in the northeastern corner of the park, on a thin strip of land between the sea and the main canal, the beach and the Caribbean Conservation Corporation’s visitor center and turtle museum (at the entrance you will be asked for a donation of US$2).

    Dinner included at the hotel’s Restaurant.

    Overnight stay in Evergreen Lodge

    Day 2:

    Breakfast, lunch and dinner included at the hotel’s Restaurant.

    In the afternoon there will be a boat tour along the Tortuguero Canals. Tortuguero is one of the most important nesting sites in the western half of the Caribbean for the green turtle from June to September each year. The park is formed by a navigable network of lakes and canals with a large variety of wildlife, including monkeys, crocodiles, iguanas, sloths, turtles and more than 300 species of birds.

    Overnight stay in Evergreen Lodge

    Day 3:

    Breakfast will be at the hotel’s Restaurant, then transfer by boat and then by bus to Guápiles, where lunch will be served at El Ceibo Restaurant. After lunch we will head back to San José.

    This Package Includes:

    • Ground and boat transportation from/to San José
    • Bilingual guide
    • Two-night stay in a standard room at Evergreen Lodge
    • Typical Costa Rican breakfast en route on day one at El Ceibo Restaurant
    • Welcome cocktail
    • Six meals (buffet style) at the hotel’s Restaurant and non-mixed drinks
    • Typical Costa Rican lunch en route on day three at El Ceibo Restaurant
    • One boat tour to the Tortuguero Canals
    • One tour to the Tortuguero Village, the beach and to the local Museum

    CST LEVEL

    In the process of implementing the CST

    BUDGET

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    CST_inglesThe Certification for Sustainable Tourism Program – CST – is a product of the Costa Rican Tourism Board and it is regulated by the Costa Rican National Accreditation Commission. The certification is based on an accreditation of a scale of 5 “levels” of sustainable tourism achievement.

    CST gives you reliable information regarding companies that make efforts to improve their management and operations to offer a sustainable product. It is also a good tool to differentiate those companies that are truly engaged with sustainable practices, from others that claim to be sustainable but are inconsistent in their actions.

    PRICES:

    The range of prices scale is based on the following criteria:

    $          Refers to Budget accommodation: ranging from $70-100

    $$        Medium: $100 – 150

    $$$      Upscale: $150 – 200

    $$$$    Premium: $200+

    These measures are meant to be used as a reference only and they are calculated on double occupancy, standard room, quoted in U.S. Dollars and include a 13% sales tax; on both high and low seasons.

    You can always refer to these prices as selection criteria.