Exotic Resort Near Osa Peninsula - Envision Your GetawayHere's what renown travel guides like Fodor's and Frommer's, and magazines like Better Homes and Gardens, Wine Enthusiast and National Geographic - just to name a few - say about our eco resort in the Osa Peninsula-Golfo Dulce Region of Costa Rica. Experience why Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge is a sanctuary for the soul.
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Frommer's Costa Rica"The Best Ecolodges & Wilderness Resorts - Accessible only by boat, this lodge is among the best options on the Golfo Dulce. Set in deep forest, it has individual bungalows with a perfect blend of rusticity and luxury. The guides, service, and surrounding wildlife are all superb."
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Fodor's Costa Rica"The South Pacific Zone is Costa Rica's last frontier, with a wealth of protected biodiversity. It's also the cradle of the country's ecotourism, including some of the world's best eco-lodges: [Nicuesa Lodge] from its initial construction to its daily operations, this Golfo Dulce lodge, accessible only by boat, has been committed to sustainability. Solar power, an organic septic system, composting, and a chemical-free garden attest to the owners' eco-credentials."
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Costa Rica: The Complete Guide: Eco-Adventures in Paradise (James Keiser)
Playa Nicuesa offers both private cabins and guest houses, all of which feature "jungle chic" decor. Each accommodation has hardwood floors, private open-air showers, and wrap-around terraces with rainforest views. Guests enjoy locally grown food in the treehouse-style restaurant. The lodge is constructed from salvaged Costa Rican hardwoods. Electricity is generated by solar panels, and a backup generator runs on vegetable oil. There's even a daily Sustainability Tour that explains all aspects of the lodge (recycling, composting, passive solar drying, etc.).
Lonely Planet Costa Rica"Set on a private part of Nicuesa Beach, Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge has a tropical setting in the Golfo Dulce region. It offers rooms with balconies and rainforest views, as well as a range of outdoor activities. This eco-friendly resort features accommodation set in attractive wooden cabins. All rooms have a seating area and a private entrance. Guests can enjoy a range of South American cuisine in the Playa Nicuesa's restaurant. There is also a bar and lounge area with hammocks. The Rainforest Lodge organises activities including yoga classes, kayaking and snorkelling. The surrounding rainforest is ideal for hiking and horse riding. The Lodge has a peaceful, picturesque location and is accessible by boat only."
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