Stopped by Whales and Dolphins because we heard the views were great. Unfortunately, that's the only good thing about the place. 'Ecolodge' must be a loosely used term in Costa Rica, because the water tanks in their parking lot were overflowing the entire time we were there. We mentioned it to the front desk (maybe someone didn't notice?) and they clearly did not care. We also heard from some locals that this steals thousands of gallons of water from everyone else. Much better, more friendly and sustainable places to stay at in Uvita. Just having Ecolodge in the name means nothing and the views are incredible from many other locations.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our hotel is dramatically located on a bluff overlooking Ballena Marina Park, the pacific coast and Cano Island, This national park includes the largest coral reef on the pacific side of Costa Rica. This wildlife sanctuary protects different species of whales and dolphins together with other marine life. We can offer you the best of both worlds: rich rainforest combined with abundant marine life. Walk into the "green world" of immense biodiversity right on your doorstep. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Whales & Dolphins Ecolodge Hotel Uvita
- Whales And Dolphins Ecolodge
- Hotel Whales And Dolphins Costa Rica/Uvita