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My tour group stayed here — sadly, for only two nights — after volunteering with a turtle conservancy. Will and the rest of the staff were absolutely lovely. They fed us delicious local food, some of which was harvested from the 10 acres that the...More
This hotel is more like a retreat with spa treatments available as you immerse yourself in the forest canopy. You are hosted by Will and Will who are great company and create such a lovely relaxed atmosphere. The rooms are huge easily sleeping 4 people...More
Princesa de la Luna is truly a magical place. William and Wilmar are exceptional hosts and they made us feel more like family than foreign guests. They provided excellent meals and an unforgettable tour of the property including tropical fruit trees and plants, wildlife, waterfall,...More
We stayed here on a group tour and it was my favorite accommodation on the trip!
A magical piece of property with trails, waterfall, river, pools, birds and critters galore!
The hosts were delightful, the food was magnificent. We really enjoyed the casual family dining...More
We are a family of 5 from Wisconsin!
We stayed for 3 nights. We have not one complaint. The food was amazing . I can easily recommend breakfast , lunch and dinner. Its a lot better than the food in town.
Our guide Wilman was...More
Response from Victoria S | Reviewed this property |
There is a cost for the tour if you want it guided but you are always welcome to explore it on your own, I wouldn't recommend it though in case you make a wrong turn and end up stuck in the jungle. You can use credit card... More
There is a cost for the tour if you want it guided but you are always welcome to explore it on your own, I wouldn't recommend it though in case you make a wrong turn and end up stuck in the jungle. You can use credit card for certain things but I suggest converting dollars into colones at the airport. A lot of food and beverage places do not accept credit card.