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Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Special
4 (Days / 3 Nights)

Lush, green vegetation as far as the eye can see, with leaves as big as elephant ears. Jade colored water. Toucans, monkeys, iguanas, dolphins, majestic blue butterflies - all are here at Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge, in Golfo Dulce, Costa Rica. Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge embraces conservation and harmony with the natural environment, and offers a perfect blend of comfort with environmental preservation. This wilderness lodge is sensitively designed with the environment and constructed from naturally fallen trees, recycled materials and harnesses the natural energy from the sun to provide electricity. And, after a day of playing hard, enjoy the rainforest from hammock in our uniquely designed tree-top level lodge, or retreat to the private terrace of your deluxe cabin. Before savoring the fabulous tropical-Latino inspired dinner, join others for appetizers under the thatch roof candlelit bar. 



Included: 3 nights accommodations in One bedroom Cabin,  All meals, Roundtrip ground/flight/boat transfer San Jose Hotel-Lodge-San Jose hotel included, Tour described above, Unlimited self guided hikes on preserve, Use of kayaks, snorkel and fishing equipment, All taxes and service charges 

Day 01: San Jose - Golfo Dulce

Morning transfer by microbus to the domestic airport and flight south to Golfito or Puerto Jimenez. Then boat trip into Playa Nicuesa in Golfo Dulce. 


Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge is a 165-acre private preserve located within the Golfo Dulce/Osa Peninsula region which has been called one of the most biologically diverse places on the earth. This area contains Central America’s largest remaining Pacific Coast rainforest

Rest of the day at leisure. 


Overnight at Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge One bedroom cabin, Full Board

Day 02 - 03: Piedras Blancas / Golfo Dulce Activities

Take advantage of the following tours included in the package:

Kayaking: The Golfo Dulce is a special place to kayak. Travel along the blue/green waters with the dramatic rainforest canopy in the background. Keep your eyes open for dolphins and other marine life swimming by. There are also several nearby rivers where kayaking offers a great chance to paddle into the jungle and see a variety of sea and jungle birds that live in the area.


River Tours: Spend the day exploring a pristine river that is part of Corcovado National Park. Our guide, a local naturalist, will describe the interesting bird and marine life and vegetation of the Rio Esquinas, as we wind through the river that flows between the Golfo Dulce and inland jungle


Hiking and Wildlife Viewing: Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge Private Trails. On our 165-acre preserve there are numerous trails that wind through the rainforest canopy, fruit trees, and coastal lagoon areas. These trails are perfect for all levels of guided and self-guided hikes. Our trails offer a casual walk/hike as well as challenging climbs. We have selectively sited view terraces to observe wildlife or just relax and enjoy the solitude of nature


Tropical Botanic Garden Tours: A short boat ride will land you at Casa Orquideas, a botanical garden where you will learn about the many indigenous tropical fruits and plants while touring the grounds of a beautiful private reserve


Overnight at Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge One bedroom cabin, Full Board

Day 04: Golfo Dulce – San Jose

Transfer by boat & flight back to San Jose to your city hotel (B)

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