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Set in a 1000-acre private nature reserve in Central America's last remaining lowland tropical rainforest in Costa Rica, Lapa Rios Ecolodge overlooks the pristine point where the Golfo Dulce meets the wild Pacific Ocean, a destination matching everyone's idea of paradise. Much more than...
Everything about Lapa Rios was wonderful. The food, the rooms, the views AND the people. My husband and I went on almost every hike that was offered. Our guides were friendly, helpful and knowledgable. On our last hike we walked down a road where all...More
There are very few places that we have been to where we left with a feeling or having experienced a very special place.
We would like to thank Sindy an the team at Lapa Rios. They truly made our stay wonderful. The rooms immaculate. The...More
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Response from Cayuga S, Manager at Lapa Rios Ecolodge Osa PeninsulaResponded 21 May 2018
Thank you for your wonderful review, Murray. Lapa Rios is indeed a very special place, originally created to protect 1,000 acres of Central America’s last remaining lowland tropical rainforest and the endangered flora and fauna it houses. And that rare feeling you mention – there’s...More
The last three nights of a two-week Costa Rica holiday were spent at this splendid eco resort at the tip of the Osa Peninsula. Here luxury meets the rainforest and it could not have been a better finale to a wonderful adventure for a grandma...More
We spent the first 4 days of our 12 day Costa Rican vacation at Lapa Rios. We are a family of 4 with twin 18 year-olds. We booked our Sansa flight through Lapa Rios and they were able to change the flight slightly to accommodate...More
Response from Cayuga S, Manager at Lapa Rios Ecolodge Osa PeninsulaResponded 2 days ago
Thanks for your wonderful review, KMklein. Great to hear that your whole family loved their stay with us at Lapa Rios – sounds like you all became expert wildlife spotters! We’re lucky to be located in the most biologically intense place on Earth, so every...More
At Lapa Rios you can be as active or as inert as you wish. There are loads of activities, both at the lodge and off-site, if you choose to do hiking, surfing, horseback riding, fishing, etc. Or you can take a leisurely stroll along the...More
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I would bring your own boots/walking shoes. The Lodge do supply them but they are not guaranteed to be well fitting. The walks we did were perfectly ‘doable’ for our age and level of fitness. I would recommend the night... More
I would bring your own boots/walking shoes. The Lodge do supply them but they are not guaranteed to be well fitting. The walks we did were perfectly ‘doable’ for our age and level of fitness. I would recommend the night tour. That was my favourite.
There are small plane flights from SJO to Puerto Jiminez that you can either book online or possibly arrange with your lodging. The drive from SJO to Lapa Rios was 7 hours although at least an hour was due to... More
There are small plane flights from SJO to Puerto Jiminez that you can either book online or possibly arrange with your lodging. The drive from SJO to Lapa Rios was 7 hours although at least an hour was due to picking up and dropping off other riders along the way. Tim