If you like nature and want to experience something really beautiful, you will need visit Rio Magnolia.
John & Maureen are a wonderful couple and they take their time to tell you everything you need to know about the local surroundings.
But you must love dogs as Rio Magnolia is home for quite a few, all very loveable.
We stayed there for a week in February and all I can say is we loved it!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Staying at Rio Magnolia is fun, relaxing and memorable. Our property is 280 acres, which is primarily jungle; 70 acres are pasture and a beautiful river, Rio Magnolia, with several waterfalls. Located between Manuel Antonio and the Osa, we have numerous birds and interesting wildlife and plants and trees. You can hike to the waterfall and explore the property. We have hiking trails for you to enjoy and offer guides to show you the fascinating features of our primary forest. Dining at Magnolia House is a great experience! We offer daily menus for 3 meals a day, sunset appetizers daily. Rates are for 2 and include a full Breakfast. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Rio Magnolia Nature Lodge Costa Rica/Dominical