A remote eco lodge
- Eight rooms
- Four cabins
- Botanical gardens
- Cacao, coffee, and mangosteen plantations
Macaw Lodge, or Cerros de Turrubares, is a small lodge set in a remote corner by Costa Rica’s central Pacific Coast, close rain forests of Carara National Park.
Eight rooms and four cabins, carefully designed not to disrupt the surrounding environment, can comfortably host up to 28 guests. The rooms, located in the main building, have two full beds, a ceiling fan, and a private bathroom built from locally extracted and processed marble, solar heated water, towels and bed sheets made from bamboo fibre, therapeutic mattresses and bedspreads woven by the Maya of the Guatemalan Atitlan area.
Cabins are furnished with a queen bed and two single beds, a balcony surrounded by botanical gardens and wooded areas, and a fully equipped kitchen.
Guests may enjoy a number of activities at the Macaw Lodge. You can head to the outdoor yoga studio to practice postures in nature or walk through primary forest to a waterfall. Visits can be made to the hotel’s botanical gardens, which include an impressive collection of heliconias, vines, palm trees and aquatic species, and you can tour the hotel’s cacao, coffee, and mangosteen plantations. The nearby Carara National Park has several hiking trails and good wildlife viewing, while the Pacific coastline is a great place to surf, swim, or kayak.
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