Pacuare Lodge

Piktogramm Boutique-Hotel


Pacuare Lodge am Pacuare River

Pacuara Lodge

Limon, Costa Rica

 

20 Zimmer in den Kategorien Jaguar Villa, Linda Vista Villas, Canopy Suite, River View Suites und Garden Suites.


 : ab 400 EUR

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Pacuare Lodge is a luxury, eco-hotel with only 20 suites and situated on the banks of one of the world’s most scenic, white-water wonders, the Pacuare River of Costa Rica. This unparalleled location, with its vibrant nature, offers a scenic backdrop to adventure, romance and wellness.

Simple, and yet sophisticated, the indigenous Cabécar-inspired architecture, pristine rainforest, farm-to-table exquisite cuisine, and luxurious, well-appointed accommodations come together to offer an experience like no other.

 

Proud members of National Geographic Unique Lodges

Unique arrival experience via white water rafting
8 unmatched onsite experiences included
Nature is our inspiration
Adventure is our soul
Rural and indigenous cultural encounters
Authentic Costa Rica hospitality

 

However long you choose to stay at Pacuare Lodge, we’ll work with you to put together an unforgettable experience in Costa Rica’s rainforests and at Costa Rica’s premier Eco-lodge.

Every Pacuare Lodge Adventure Includes:

• Pick-up in San José and transfer to the Pacuare Lodge (choose arrival via exciting white-water rafting trip or 4x4 vehicle).
• Accommodation in one of our fabulous Suites
• 8 experiences included during your stay: Canopy Tour, Tropical Canyoning Tour, Bird-Watching, Cabécar Indigenous Hike, Ancient Trail & Hidden Waterfall Hike, Sustainability Tour, Rural Experience, and The Loop.
• Daily a la carte breakfast, lunch & dinner.
• Afternoon coffee with delicious homemade pastry.
• Rafting out of the lodge (ground transfer also available) and transfer back to San José with guide.

 

The spectacular Pacuare River forms the northern border of Central America’s most important network of national parks and reserves and offers some of the finest white water in the world. Its waters course through a wilderness of dense vegetation that covers the sides of steep gorges rising above riverbanks. Tucked deep in
the heart of Costa Rica’s most pristine rainforest and on the banks of the Pacuare River lies Pacuare Lodge, a privately-owned adventure lodge set on 860 acres offering 20 guest bungalows surrounded by nature in its most primitive state.

 

Pacuare Lodge’s first and foremost priority is the preservation of the environment, land and culture in this protected region.


Pacuare Lodge was built with a minimum impact on the river and rainforest site where it is located. We generate our own electricity. All of our suites and villas are illuminated with a combination of electric lights and candles, what little electricity used at the lodge is clean energy generated by turbines in a nearby stream and solar panels. No trees were cut to build the bungalows and main lodge. Arriving at this rainforest setting was once only via an exciting rafting trip through class III and IV rapids. While this is still a splendid way to arrive (and most guests still do choose this option), guests can now also access the Lodge by land or helicopter. Guests
can take part in 8 experiences included in their Adventure Package, from hiking to rainforest canopy tours to rappelling in canyons and visits to the local communities.

 

Inspired by its magnificent natural setting, the spacious Main Lodge has been thoughtfully designed for the comfort and pleasure of our guests and sets a new standard in a Costa Rica nature experience.


Overlooking the Pacuare River, the palm-thatched, two-story structure boasts solid teak floors, tropical flowers and plenty of fresh air, enticing guests to come in and admire the timeless beauty of the swift-flowing River and millennial rainforest.


On the ground floor an open-air restaurant and kitchen are always bustling with activity as local chefs prepare exquisite dishes, whole grain breads and fresh baked desserts. Freshly brewed coffee and an assortment of organic teas are available throughout the day and evening.


Dinner is also served in the Main Lodge, by candlelight and lantern-light, surrounded by the sights, sounds and tantalizing scents of the tropical rainforest. An expansive pine-hewn deck opens onto the Pacuare River, offering a panoramic view of the dense jungle.


Upstairs a spacious yet cozy open-sided lounge with a small bar invites guests to kick back and recount the day’s adventures in a relaxed and convivial atmosphere. Locally crafted wood furnishings, hand-hewn timber beams and wrought iron chandeliers create a warm ambiance overlooking the Pacuare River.


Four lookout areas offer great vantage points for photos of the river and lush vegetation. Comfortable wicker sofa chairs, board games and plenty of colorful bromeliads make this a favorite area for guests.

 

The Pacuare Lodge’s kitchen staff is made up of young people from nearby communities. There is no head chef; we’ve simply developed the talent of local people and taught them the secrets of great food. We like to surprise our guests with combinations of flavors, local ingredients, innovative recipes and presentations.


While not fancy, the simple fare is delicious enough to warrant opening a bottle of good wine, which is why we keep our cellar well stocked with vintages from around the world.

As food enthusiasts, we make it a priority to purchase and grow fresh and quality ingredients and to do innovative things with them, so it is not uncommon to see a fusion of Costa Rican and exotic dishes. Our menu is constantly evolving. With the help of George Belesis head chef at Kapari Restaurant in Santorini and our
staff we redesign our menu to reflect the influences of other countries and cultures whose cuisines we enjoy, but always based on our culinary roots.


We produce much of the fruit, vegetables and tubers served at the lodge’s restaurant on our own organic farm, Las Nubes de Tuis, in the mountains above the Pacuare River. There, we grow organic produce for the Pacuare Lodge’s kitchen with care and enthusiasm, because we know that our guests will appreciate the quality.

 

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