National Geographic Unique Lodges Of The World
Set in a private nature reserve spread over 1,000 acres of Central America's last remaining lowland tropical rain-forest in Costa Rica's wild Osa Peninsula, Lapa Rios Lodge is a founding member of the National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World. This simultaneously rustic and luxurious Lodge is a pioneer in sustainable tourism.
Who should come to Lapa Rios Lodge?
Wildlife lovers, birders, surfers, families with children over 6, couples and honeymooners seeking soft adventure, relaxation, and a unique rainforest experience.
Unique hotel features
Open-air design, rainforest-luxury accommodation, abundance of wildlife including monkeys, macaws, pumas and toucans, panoramic decks, in-house tours and gourmet, locally-sourced food.
Sustainability at Lapa Rios Lodge
Lapa Rios protects over 1000 acres of Central America’s last remaining lowland tropical rainforest and runs a Plant-a-Tree reforestation program. 100% of the electricity consumed at the lodge is clean generated by hydroelectric turbines and solar panels. A small on-site pig farm produces biogas for the sta kitchen and theedible garden produces herbs and greens. Lapa Rios also runs an innovative program, training nature guides to maintain ecotourism in the community as the main source of income.
Official Hotel Information
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Lapa Rios Lodge is located at Playa Matapalo, Osa Peninsula, 13.1 km from the centre of Puerto Jiménez. Matapalo Beach is the closest landmark to Lapa Rios Lodge.
Check-in time is 1:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at Lapa Rios Lodge.
Yes, Lapa Rios Lodge offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Lapa Rios Lodge does not offer free parking.
Yes, Lapa Rios Lodge offers free airport shuttle service.
Lapa Rios Lodge is 12.7 km from Puerto Jiménez. Lapa Rios Lodge is 28.3 km from Golfito.
Yes, Lapa Rios Lodge has a pool on-site.