Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge is a delightfully secluded eco lodge, located in Golfo Dulce, on the Southern Pacific coast of Costa Rica. This all-inclusive lodge is accessible exclusively by a 30 minute boat ride from either Golfito or Puerto Jimenez. This hotel is perfect for nature lovers in pairs, small groups or families with children over the age of 6.
Enjoy the beautifully designed main lodge that overlooks the rainforest or relax in the private jungle rooms and cabins. The lodge was constructed using recycled materials and naturally fallen trees, aligning with the dedication to conservation and sustainability of this destination lodge. The tree house style restaurant serves authentic Costa Rican cuisine and uses only the freshest locally grown vegetables and fruit. All of your needs are cared for here, including three meals a day and plenty of activities to choose from.
Complementary activities include kayaking, mangrove river tours, hikes, botanical garden tours, paddle boarding, and snorkeling. Guided tours, adventure activities, and sport fishing is available at an additional cost.
This hotel is located approximately 5 hours from Juan Santamaria International Airport in San Jose (62 miles/99 km) and 6 hours from Daniel Oduber Quiros International Airport in Liberia (186 miles/300 km).
Amenities: Restaurant, spa, yoga
- The hotel is the most amazing encounter with the tropical nature you can find.
- It is isolated, which can be great in terms of simply resting and taking it easy.
- Yoga here gets to an incredible peak of inner encounter and relaxation.
- The sightings of wildlife are here, the rule.
- Private beach nearby
- Total number of rooms – 10
- Coffee/tea in lobby
- Free breakfast
- Front desk (limited hours)
- Gift shops or newsstand
- Beach/pool umbrellas
- Safe-deposit box at front desk
- Spa services on site
Each cabin has a private entrance, beautiful hardwood floors, private open air shower-bathroom, private terrace, louver doors and windows that wrap around the room to afford panoramic views.
Cabins have queen beds (or twin beds upon request) with mosquito netting and ceiling fans. The garden open air shower is within the cabin’s bathroom, yet allows you to look at nature all around.