Facilidades

La Tigra Rainforest Lodge offers all of the facilities you need for an enjoyable worry free stay.

  • Canta Ranas typical Restaurant
  • The “Nameless” Creek
  • “El Chorro” Creek
  • Garden
  • Trails
  • Tree Sanctuary
  • Parking
  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wifi
  • Laundry Service
  • Activities Information
  • Arrival & departure transfers
  • Check in from 1:00 pm to 8:00 pm
  • Check out by 12:00 pm
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We offer breakfast, lunch, and dinner with traditional Costa Rican recipes in a family-friendly atmosphere. The majority of the ingredients used in our kitchen are purchased directly from local farmers, to support the local economy and guarantee our guests fresh and healthy meals. Some are grown right on our property, 100% chemical-free.

Our dining area is a spacious rustic hall with wooden tables and benches, and an impressive view of the rainforest, the Juan Castro Blanco National Park, and the San Carlos Valley.

Enjoy your dinner at sunset, or your favorite cocktail lying in hammock and listening to the song of the frogs in the surrounding rainforest.

Experience a true connection with nature at our “Nameless” Creek which runs through the property giving guests the opportunity for a refreshing swim in its crystal clear waters which stream down from the mountains of the largest private reserve in Central America.

On our property we produce chemical-free vegetables like yucca, taro, herbs, and more so that you can enjoy a delicious lunch with fresh ingredients from our own organic garden.

Our short 1 km. Trail will take you to the rainforest of the property, making for great self-guided day and night hikes. You can observe trees, plants, and animals like toucan, sloths, anteaters, turkeys, reptiles, frogs, and more. Along the way you will find an impressive look out point with the San Carlos Valley lying below. You can also explore our tree sanctuary designated to reforesting the property and creating a biological corridor, using native trees which will also serve as a seed bank for future generations.