We came across this wonderful lodge by accident. We were actually looking for another lodge to see if they could accommodate a walk in customer for the night. We drove down the jungle driveway to find a beautiful wooden lodge situated in a wonderful jungle garden. The setting was a paradise and my party fell in love with the environment at first sight. Happily we were able to be accommodated for the night and were happy to have rooms in the lodge. The rooms were well appointed, one with a king bed and attached bath, the other had a queen and a single bed along with attached bath.
The surroundings are magnificent. There are many trails from the lodge that will take you on a wonderful jungle hike. We noticed no bugs (at least stinging ones) and really appreciated the authentic and casual surroundings. I enjoyed using the well equipped common kitchen and appreciated the uniqueness of this facility. We enjoyed meeting and chatting with the host and getting to know more about his passion for exotic gardening and getting tips for local restaurants and activities.
One night was not enough to really appreciate this lodge/property. We certainly hope to return for a longer visit. Thanks for everything!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Park Princess of the Moon Ecolodge is nestled in a lush tropical plant farm with a great location. This magical place is unusual, with more than 100 types of fruit trees, including many threatened and endangered species. The area is one of the most biodiverse and fertile in the world so wonderful to understand, observe and experience wildlife and nature. The aim is to integrate the principles of permaculture and creating a lifestyle self-sufficient and sustainable in harmony with the local biodiversity. Swimming pools, waterfalls, jacuzzi and many hiking trails on the farm as well as many other activities in the area. This is an interesting place for a honeymoon or a romantic adventure. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Princesa De La Luna Eco Lodge Costa Rica/Arenal Volcano National Park