This lodge is located by two converging canyons and rivers, the Rio Perdido and Rio Blanco, a spot that had long been bypassed. Surveying the site, the lodge's owners were inspired to build Rio Perdido, and now you, too, can discover this beautiful place.
The lodge has been sensitively designed to cause minimal impact on its surroundings. Bungalows are built on platforms set high above the ground, reached by raised walkways. Constructed of steel and wood they have a strikingly modern appearance, and inside they are cosy and comfy. Each has a bedroom with twin beds that be joined to form a double, and with room for an additional bed, a stylish bathroom, and terrace with chairs and hammocks. There's a minibar cum hot drinks maker, TV, safe, free Wi-Fi and air conditioning.
The open-sided restaurant serves a mix of traditional and modern cuisines and has panoramic views of the densely forested canyon walls and river below, while special dinners are served on the lodge's Floating Platform, set almost 50 metres above the rivers' meeting point, under the starry sky.
By day you can explore the reserve, on foot or by mountain bike, go river tubing and enjoy the canyon adventure with its mixture of zip lines, Tarzan swings and platforms. Afterwards you can relax with a visit to the spa or by bathing in one of the thermal pools.
If you're an adrenalin junkie and love nature this holiday is for you. A rip roaring coast-to-coast adventure across Costa Rica!
Tribes Travel, The Old Dairy, Wood Farm, Ipswich Road,
Otley, Suffolk, IP6 9JW.
Office hours: Monday - Friday: 9am to 5.30pm
Telephone: 01473 890499