La Quinta de Sarapiqui is located in La Virgen de Sarapiquí, approximately 92 km/57 miles from San José (a 2 hour drive on paved roads). It offers a quiet, cozy and friendly atmosphere.
La Quinta de Sarapiqui is a family-run lodge surrounded by tropical gardens that attract a very diverse variety of birds, and are connected to the main house through pathways immersed in nature. La Quinta de Sarapiquí is a great base for outings to nearby attractions.
Some of the activities offered at La Quinta de Sarapiqui lodge are: “La Galería” (a spectacular insect museum where visitors can admire different local specie), an open leaf cutter ants nest, a butterfly house, a frog garden, and a vegetable garden. Some of the activities offered at the lodge are mountain biking, boat trips, horseback riding, hiking on the nearby trails, bird watching, tubing in the river, and rafting.
Local environmental conditions (rainy and humid) make this an ideal location for the development of a wide range of animal and plant species. Thus the region boasts some of the richest biodiversity in the country. In addition, guests of La Quinta de Sarapiqui may choose from a variety of tours such as the Aerial Tram, Braulio Carrillo National Park, La Paz waterfall, and visits to banana, pineapple and heart of palm plantations.
La Quinta de Sarapiqui features 40 rooms in total divided in the following categories: Junior Suite, Kinkajou Town Room, and Superior Room.
Some of the activities offered at the lodge are: “La Galería” (a spectacular insect museum where visitors can admire different local specie), a leaf cutter ants open nest, a butterfly house, a frog garden, and a vegetable garden.
This is a suitable option for adventurous and active clients, nature lovers that enjoy rustic accommodation.
It is a good option for families with children too.
An air-conditioned dining room, swimming pool, souvenir shop, a game room, Spa, meeting room, a bar, and laundry service.
Rooms in La Quinta de Sarapiqui, have private bathrooms, hot water, air conditioning, ceiling fan, walking closet area, hairdryer, safety box, and a beautiful thatched roof porch facing to the gardens with hammocks and rocking chairs, from where you can enjoy the view of flowers and birds.
In the same manner, each is provided with a binder containing general information on our area, flora and fauna, a self guided waking tour description, conservation policies and general policies.
The 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.
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.