Small, simply furnished room, which didn’t seem to match the rather smart and almost grand exterior and entrance to the lodge. However, it was adequate for the one night and gave easy access to trails in the forest. Just a short walk from the room and we were on a hanging bridge, crossing a river, and heading into the forest. Our main interest was birdwatching and, for this, the location was great. The bridges give great views of the canopy and the river, which should be of great appeal and interest to many tourists with an interest in seeing some nature. There are several trails in the forest; we walked on two of these and they were really well maintained and clearly signed. On our late afternoon and early morning walks in the forest, we barely saw anyone else, making it very peaceful and giving personal encounters with nature.
The food was good and the dinners much more reasonably priced compared with other lodges that we stayed at in Costa Rica. The staff at reception were very friendly, professional and spoke excellent English; they provided us with a good map of the trails and clear information about facilities.More
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