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2022 Travelers' Choice Best of the Best
• The Pacuare Lodge is nestled in a rainforest overlooking the Pacuare River, which National Geographic has listed as one of the worlds top ten scenic rivers. • Getting to this exquisite eco-lodge is half the adventure, since you arrive and depart as part of a multi-day rafting tour on the Pacuare River. • The luxuriant rainforest that surrounds the Pacuare Lodge is a private reserve that forms part of the largest network of protected areas in Central America, covering more than 1.2 million acres of tropical wilderness. • All of the staff at the Pacuare Lodge are from local communities, and the friendly, casual atmosphere has been cited by guests as one of the most pleasant aspects of their stay. • 8 onsite experiences included during your stay
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Beachismyhappyplace wrote a review Jun 6
Waxahachie, Texas7 contributions
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We arrived via white water rafting on May 29, 2022. I was a little bit nervous for the adventure but our guides (who’s names I do not remember) explained what was going to happen in excellent detail. During the lulls in action, places of interest along the astoundingly beautiful river were pointed out. They took extremely good care of us and this was the first time (of so many) that complete pride was shown for (their country) Costa Roca, the people and for Pacuare Lodge. Once we made it to the lodge the best experience started. Nia at reception explained how the lodge works and all that was available. The activities are all included with your stay. Do all the things. The first day I stepped completely outside my comfort zone and we did the Waterfall Rappelling. David and Dennis were AMAZING. Dennis stayed right by my chicken self. At one point I must have looked terrified as he looked at me and asked if I was okay. David is the trickster of the two. Watch for him to sneak up and give you a little fright. He’s also the one running the ropes at the bottom and again took amazing care. The food is authentic and healthy and also abundant. The Tuna Poke bowl was by far my favorite. Every person who waited on us knew our name, who we like our coffee and what our favorite juice was. The room….we had Heliconia and it was just perfect. The rooms are screened in and AC isn’t needed. There is a magic ceiling fan that kept the room perfect. The balcony is huge, the bathroom huge, and the outdoor shower is the perfect addition to the room. Privacy like no other. The plunge pool was also magnificent. We had coffee delivered first thing in the mornings. Perfect. The night walking tour and the water fall tour with Kenneth and Eric is where the real magic was. Kenneth has so much knowledge about the property, the birds, lizards, history and every single a deck of wildlife there. Eric spotted sloth and an owl that was easily 500 yards from where we stood. These two gentleman were perfect examples of being proud to work for this amazing lodge, in this amazing country. Ask for them and you will be smarter for it. The relationship the lodge has with the land is a gift. Nothing is taken for granted and I feel like the lodge equally gives back to the land, the indigenous people from the area and appreciated all of it. Well done, Pacuare Lodge. We could all learn from you. The rafting out are class 3 and 4 rapids. Not going to lie here, I was a nervous belly again. Ricardo was our raft captain and OG was our spotter. They were awesome. We were also served lunch a little more than halfway down the river. Best lunch ever. Safety was key here for everyone. It was fun and the perfect ending to our stay. 1000% would visit this spectacular lodge again! If I could sum this up with just a word or two if would be that Pacuare Lodge and everyone who works there is happy to share their love of Costa Roca with you. They have everything you need for an amazing stay.
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled
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We deeply appreciate taking your time to share this amazing review of your stay and experiences at Pacuare Lodge! Rafting the rapids is a must even if it is your first time. As you mentioned, our knowledgable guides focus on your safety first and then on making the trip an enjoyable experience. Not only action but plenty of rainforest and fauna that they will be glad to point out. Our lodge provides all the comfort that traveler’s need: amazing cuisine, informative tours, restful nights, all in the middle of the rainforest! Our staff do love our home country, including right down to the neighboring indigenous communities. If you all plan to visit Costa Rica in the future, consider our sister lodges Lapa Rios Lodge, Monteverde Lodge and Tortuga Lodge, all located in very distinct natural destinations and sharing the same values of conservation and community: Böëna Wilderness Lodges. Please visit Boena.com to learn more.
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Penny C wrote a review Jun 1
berkshire21 contributions5 helpful votes
There are almost no words to describe quite how lovely the Pacuare lodge is. It all starts with the pick up from San Jose. We were met by the lovely Ivan who drove us to the drop in point for rafting via the most delicious breakfast on a local small holding. Ivan then transformed into our raft pilot. My incredibly nervous husband who had never rafted before and was adamant he wouldnt raft out down the more challenging stretch of rapids was so filled with confidence from the care he received on the way in that he did it and is so pleased he didnt miss the even more gorgeous stretch of river on the way to Squirres. Rooms are very comfortable and nestle in nature. We stayed in a river suite and slept the best i have in a long time, lulled by the sound of the river. Theres no need for aircon as the fans do a perfct job of just keeping you at the right temperature. Loads of activities to do and the team who run them are knowledgeable, very safety conscious and fabulous fun. Spa was an amazing experience, Infinity pool divine. Need at least 3 nights there in our view to do the place justice. Food was simply amazing. Great quality and more than enough choice. When you think of the logistics of building and running a place of this quality in such a remote location I am in awe. Totally blown away by the speed of the wifi too - never expected that! Lunch on the way out was quite something too on the up turned raft. How they spirited together such a delicious picnic on an upturned raft was very clever. Amazing burritos! Love how the lodge involve the local indigenous tribesfolk too . Shout outs must go to Ivan, Kenneth, Erik, Lewis, Idol, Elkin, Nicole, David and Olher. I am positive there were many more who helped to make our stay so magical and i am sorry I cant remember more names. Would go back in a heartbeat. Worth every penny.
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Date of stay: May 2022
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Responded 3 weeks ago
Thank you Penny for taking the time to post a review of our lodge. We are so happy to hear that you and your husband enjoyed the Pacuare River rapids, dining experience, our service, rooms, infinity pool and spa! We are the perfect mix of relaxation and adventure. Indeed sleep is deep when surrounded by the sounds of the nearby river. We hope to have you both back in the near future at Pacuare Lodge and/or at any of our sister lodges Böëna Wilderness Lodges.
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cheryl s wrote a review May 2022
Jerusalem, Israel14 contributions15 helpful votes
Review of Pacuare Lodge, Costa Rica May 18, 2022 ONE PICTURE WOULDN’T BEGIN TO DESCRIBE!!! If you’re planning on a trip to Costa Rica, this is a MUST GO TO stop. Check out their web site, but the pictures don’t paint the full picture. From the time we met with Nicole, our Experience Designer, the excitement mounted. Everyone we were involved with were so helpful and gracious. When every single person told us how much they loved working there, you could feel their sincerity. I have no idea how almost everyone knew our names by the next morning. It is an all inclusive thingie, except for drinks. When they say “Eco”, it’s no joke. Don’t bring your hair dryer or electronics. Also, the weight limit duffle stuff? Mind it!!! Eco however doesn’t mean that a single thing was missing. Our river front lodge was 5 star (at least in my eyes), luxurious and so comfortable. No AC, so dress accordingly. Screens on 3 sides gave plenty of breeze. (no windows!) Lighting was fine, but if you need a bright light to read, better bring something. There is wifi in places and satellite reception was pretty decent. You can send pix to family, but I wouldn’t bring your laptop. (there was enough power to charge our phones and my camera.) On other hand, when you can sit and drink and listen to the sounds of the rain forest, and the rapids in the river, why would you be using your laptop or reading anyway, right??? Ok, some details: You really need 3 nites to fully experience this adventure. Really!!! This was a splurge, no question, but if you can, just do it. Getting in and out is by raft. The arrival we were told was amazing. The departure was major class rapids and was a total thrill. Think about getting a waterproof housing for your iPhone or camera! Plan to jump off during some of the quiet runs and just float. At the end, there are showers, nice soft towels and drinks for purchase. Our arrival was messed up by a late flight so we had to drive in. This was a worthy second choice, but not for the faint hearted. The driver they arranged was full of history. 2.5 hours from San Jose, with a stop for a ‘traditional’ breakfast with a fantastic vista. Then more driving to some roadside place where a 4x4 clearly all wheel and well used shortly joined us. Then 35 minutes down a mountain goat trail to the side of a river. Up onto a metal cage hanging over a river that was a one man-rope-power. Then into an electric cart to finish the trip. Daily activities, or adventures, as they say, are amazing. Again, you really need 3 days to get to all of them and still have some time to unwind. I can’t begin to rate them, just do them all. They have a slew of staff: main hotel, food service, river guides, naturalists and adventure staff. All great at what they do. The beauty of Costa Rica and it’s preservation is clearly a national passion. You really do want to get up at 0530 at least once, and don’t miss the night hike. btw, while it all can sound like this is a trip for super in shape adventurers, it’s really not. Definitely not for significant handicaps, but if you’re able to walk uphill at a slow pace, you’ll be good to go. If you have time to relax, and have a river front cabin, save time to swing on the hammock on the front porch. We didn’t have time for a massage but folks we met had rave reviews and smelled out of this world!!! There is even an exercise room for those of us that can’t go without additional torture. Basic, but everything you need for a good workout. Food was everything the web site described and then some. We did the full vegan/veggie option and each meal outdid the one before. You don’t want to miss a meal and make sure you save room for dessert! We fell in love with a “Tico Sour” made with local liquor and lots of lime. A pre-dinner drink upstairs can come with some guac, salsa and chips and shouldn’t be missed. OK, enough of all this. Put this on your must-do list and start day dreaming.
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Date of stay: May 2022
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Responded May 20, 2022
Hello Cheryl, this is more than a review! It is a useful and detailed guide with tips as to what to pack and expect and what activities to do when visiting Pacuare Lodge. Rafting is a must do for a complete Pacuare experience! Our commitment is to provide an immersive rainforest eco experience without losing any comforts during your stay. We deeply appreciate the recognition of our staff members such as Nicole, they are an integral part of our lodge and most are from nearby communities Hopefully you’ll again in the future to try out our spa and more Tico Sours. Also consider any of our sister properties, all part of Böëna Wilderness Lodge: Lapa Rios Lodge, Tortuga Lodge and Monteverde Lodge. Pura vida from Costa Rica!
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Audrey L wrote a review May 2022
Toronto, Canada34 contributions26 helpful votes
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We visited Costa Rica and chose to stay at three Böëna wildlife lodges. Pacuare was our second lodge and the most unusual. Getting there was not your usual drive up the door and jump out of the car. You have to cross a river and doing so is part of the fun. Arriving at this beautiful lodge and unpacking in our private, well appointed "suite" was a treat. The room was so comfortable and the outdoor area so special overlooking the river. We were surrounded by wildlife. We went birding and zip lining and ate gourmet meals that were as good as we have eaten anywhere in the world. The day we zip lined with our guides Dave and David we ended that adventure by having our lunch on a platform in a tree 25 metres in the air called the Nest. We were served hot food and cold margaritas. It does not get better. Arriving at Pacuare Lodge was fun but leaving was a whole other experience. White water rafting out through gorgeous scenery and a picnic lunch topped it all off. We had a wonderful three days at Pacuare.
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled
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Responded May 8, 2022
Hello Audrey from all of us at Pacuare Lodge and Böëna Wilderness Lodges! Thank you for your kind words about your experiences during your stay: Ziplining to your meal (The Nest), rafting adventures (to arrive and depart), suite, and last, but not least our amazing staff. We created the brand Boena Wilderness Lodges that encompasses our sister lodges Lapa Rios Lodge, Monteverde Lodge and Tortuga Lodge, all located in unique destinations in Costa Rica and each with its own unique flavor and character.
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Jon S wrote a review May 2022
London, United Kingdom7 contributions
Amazing place. Love the activities available. The apartments are really well done. The overall logistics of creating a place like that in the middle of nowhere is incredibly impressive. As someone who finds that interesting, I wished everyone who worked there understood the growth of the place from bell tents to stunning lodges. The raft down was good fun too, though I think we were unlucky with our guide who had a bit of an ego and thought it was a military operation, which did take a bit of the fun out of it all with the shouting and constant corrections compared to the raft in front who seemed to be having more fun, but you can't win it all! And we still enjoyed ourselves as a group regardless! The pool area is incredible also, with a stunning area. The manager was great and welcoming. Staff, especially Dennis and Eric were great on the hike. Great knowledge and passion for where they are and their environment with a genuine interest in their surroundings and nature.
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: The trek is long but worth it. Don't wear a white cotton t shirt unless you are comfortable...
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Responded May 2, 2022
Hello from Pacuare Lodge! Thank you for your thoughtful review of your stay and experiences. As you mentioned, we have come a long way from being a tent camp, more than 30 years ago! We sincerely appreciate highlighting our amazing staff members such as Dennis and Eric. They strive to provide the best experience to travelers to Costa Rica! Regarding your feedback of the rafting experience, please keep in mind that every raft, guide and paddlers are unique team in unique conditions and it is the guide's responsability to ensure the safety of our guests. We hope to have you back in the near future at Pacuare Lodge and/or at any of our sister lodges: Lapa Rios, Monteverde Lodge and Tortuga Lodge.
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Sabir T wrote a review Apr 2022
New York City, New York97 contributions83 helpful votes
One of best experiences in Costa Rica. The fact you can come and go in white water raft is very unique. The staff is friendly. The activities are great. The food is fulfilling and pretty good but not par to the price paid. Service is a bit slow at the restaurant. This is an intimate resort and for to know a lot of the guests as we were doing activities together. We stayed on vista villa and this was the best part of the hotel. The room is grand and unique, albeit the plunge pool is cold. Loved the candles at night but lighting was minimal at night, which is understood as you are in the jungle after all. Will come back here in 10 years again with our kids. Tip: get the Linda vista. It is what makes this experience unique.
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Traveled
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Responded Apr 26, 2022
Thank you for your kind words about you arrival navigating the rapids of the Pacuare River plus our rainforest adventures, villas, our dining experience and last, but not least our amazing staff. We hope to have you again in the future and that hopefully you can visit our sister properties: Lapa Rios Lodge, Monteverde Lodge and Tortuga Lodge, all located in unique destination in Costa Rica.
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AneClare wrote a review Apr 2022
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Our adventure began the moment we were picked up in San Jose. Great driver and guide from the Lodge. A wonderful stop for breakfast at a small family run coffee plantation. Coffee and breakfast so delicious. Make sure you buy some coffee here, you won’t get better! A nervous start to our white water rafting down the river Pacuare to the Lodge, but so well looked after by our guide and just four of us in our raft. A lovely welcome at the Lodge. Gorgeous chalet/ bungalow, secluded area, hammock, terrace, indoor and outdoor shower, fab comfy beds and all the wonderful night noises to lull us to sleep. The food is amazing, virtually fine dining and all the staff know you by name the moment you arrive. We were gently persuaded to do the zip lines - wow - 2 old ladies that we are - wonderful and such care taken. Bird walks and nocturnal walks, excellent with so very much wildlife and fauna to see and learn about. We only wish we had booked the 3 days instead of just the 2. White water rafting out was more strenuous, but we did it and the views are fantastic, so glad we didn’t miss that. Our best memories were here from our long stay in Costa Rica. Pura Vida everyone.
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Date of stay: April 2022
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Responded Apr 26, 2022
Hello from Pacuare Lodge! We are proud to be part of the best memories of your stay in Costa Rica! Thank you for your kind words about our cuisine experience, rainforest adventures, coffee, rafting and naturalist guides and staff, they are an essential component of what makes our lodge stand out. We hope to have you both back for a future visit and/or at any of our sister lodges, all part of Böëna Wilderness Lodges!
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Kirstin P wrote a review Apr 2022
Durham, North Carolina17 contributions3 helpful votes
From the moment we were picked up at our hotel in San Jose, we were treated to a first class experience. Pepe and Jose kept us entertained on the beautiful drive to the raft put in. On the way, we stopped at the beautiful Cafe Vinas where we enjoyed an amazing traditional Costa Rican breakfast and met the most kind and generous hosts. Next, we had a wonderful rafting experience where we were in the expert hands of our guide Rafael. The river was just exciting enough, but not scary! At the lodge itself we were received with a warm welcome by the staff and enjoyed several once in a lifetime experiences over the next few days. The facilities and accommodations are top notch, the food is 5 star all around, but the guides and staff make this experience really unique and special. The hike to the indigenous village with Dennis and Eric, was a standout. We also loved the bird watching and night tour with Gio as well as the exciting Canyon tour with Louise, Rafael and Pepe. Oh and Wilber, the bartender, made the most excellent cocktails! The whole experience was flawless. We can't recommend highly enough. Thanks so much to all of the special people at Pacuare!
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Date of stay: March 2022
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Responded Apr 9, 2022
Hello Kristin, we appreciate your detailed and enthusiastic review of your stay. As you mention, the Pacuare Lodge experience starts before you arrive by rafting the rapids of the lush Pacuare river! Thank you for your kind words about your experiences during your stay: Our rainforest adventures and hikes, villas, our dining experience and last, but not least our amazing staff. We are also glad you were able to enjoy a trip to our sister lodge Lapa Rios located in the Osa Peninsula. If you visit Costa Rica again in the future, hopefully you can visit our other sister properties: Monteverde Lodge and Tortuga Lodge, all located in unique destinations. Pura vida!
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Soph wrote a review Apr 2022
London, United Kingdom40 contributions27 helpful votes
I must ultimately praise the guides and staff that make this experience personal and one to remember. We felt very looked after for our time there (three days and two nights) and the whole stay is extremely well organised and relaxing. Would 100 percent recommend. We will remember this trip forever. ( Tips below if you are preparing your trip)- check their website for packing list and baggage allowance. We did this the day before flying out! You can leave extra luggage with them. We left our extra luggage for our whole trip at a hotel in San Jose. - Rafting in and out was EXCELLENT. No experience needed as guides are brilliant. BUY A WATERPROOF PHONE CASE so you can take pics on the way. -You can technically wear anything for the rafting but I would say water shoes and sports clothes essential- you get wet! - things don’t dry out easily. We struggled with having enough dry clothes. Laundry is available on site though for a charge. - We completed the nighttime wildlife walk. Not a strenuous walk and very interesting. They give you a torch. Take a raincoat. - we did the hike to the indigenous community. Incredible experience but hike is VERY TOUGH (they do warn you but I wasn’t quite prepared stamina wise!) . Only do if experienced or have high stamina. Wear hiking shoes (or borrow their wellies). They also give you a stick to help balance over the clay. Trainers not good- a lady with us slipped constantly wearing normal trainers. - morning bird watching tour was a lovely walk around the grounds. They have binoculars available. - They have shampoo,conditioner, body wash and soap in the bathrooms as well as towels and bathrobes. They also provide umbrellas. When it rains- it rains! And this happens at least once a day. -Shoes. I took walking shoes, water shoes and sandles. My partner took the same but a pair of dry trainers for the evening instead of sandles. - Food is amazing. 3 course lunch and dinner and a lovely choice for breakfast. Overall- get ready for an incredible trip (and pack things that can dry easily and are good for outdoor sports). Thank you Pacuare Lodge
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Traveled
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Responded Apr 8, 2022
Adventure + relaxation! Thank you for your very detailed review our your stay at Pacuare Lodge. It will be very useful for future guests that are considering staying with us. Yes, since we are in the middle of the rainforest we do recommend clothes that dry easily. Our activities vary: rafting, ziplining, hikes that are easy to ones a bit more challenging. Last but not least, we deeply appreciate your recognition of our amazing staff and guides who cater to the needs of every one of our guests. Pura vida from Costa Rica!
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sarah j wrote a review Mar 2022
London, United Kingdom176 contributions113 helpful votes
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The morning pick up journey here was amazing. We met a man and his coffee bush, who poured us coffee he’d roasted himself and met the chickens who’s eggs he turned into our breakfast. Then Ivano took us on a raft ride to remember (I was terrified until the first rapid). He was so in control and so clear what we had to do that it became a dream team (thanks to two people we’d also only just met). We arrived and our lunch was waiting. Our luggage already in our room. Staff greeting us like family. River view room perfect with an over head fan, electric points for charging,wifi and a combination of candle (with one of those snuffers you get in period dramas and we loved) and electric light. A terrace to chill on and to watch the birds. A bed so comfy and we didn’t get a single insect bite here. The new restaurant is wonderful and the innovative food created by the miracle workers in the kitchen worth travelling here alone for. Each dish was a winner, daily specials and a great wine list. The guides showed us spiders the sizes of our fists and small roosting bats and we loved all the activities including swinging on beds by the pool amongst the butterflies. Saw more than 8 frogs on the night walk alone which was special. We never made it for afternoon tea but loved it was an option. How kind of you also to help my husband fish for machaca and the guides showed him how it was done on the raft ride out which was one of the best things we have ever done. By rapid three Alex had us synchronised and for someone previously v scared I loved the whole thing and especially the river side buffet on a boat lunch. I recommend a small dry bag with a carobiner to a belt loop for your phone on the raft rides although our guide had one he shared if not. Add to your bucket list twice. I dream of returning by helicopter and staying in the canopy suite which I spotted from the pool and sinking into a rose petal strewn bath on its veranda (just a small extra)and having dinner by the firepit with my husband lit up by candlelight (hope he reads this !) and then leaving by raft again where we could stop to fish. For now my memories will make me smile on a cold day in London. You nailed it Pacuare.
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Date of stay: March 2022Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: Make sure you raft out as you’ll remember forever and the guides are amazing
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Responded Apr 1, 2022
A big hello to you Sarah and your husband from all of us at Pacuare Lodge! We deeply appreciate your lovely review of your trip to our lodge, rafting the Pacuare rapids (we do have amazing river guides!), your room and super comfy bed, cuisine experience and activities such as the night walk. In your future visit, yes, we can book and coordinate arriving by helicopter to stay in our Canopy suite! Also consider our sister lodges, all part of Böëna Wilderness Lodges (Boena.com). From Costa Rica to London, Pura Vida!
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$1,186 - $1,348 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Costa RicaProvince of LimonPacuare River
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Frequently Asked Questions about Pacuare Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Pacuare Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Finca Integral La Luisa (3.0 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Pacuare Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Pacuare Lodge?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Pacuare Lodge?
Yes, guests have access to a fitness center during their stay.
Does Pacuare Lodge have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Pacuare Lodge offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Pacuare Lodge located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.3 miles away from the center of Pacuare River.
Does Pacuare Lodge have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.