Lagarta Lodge

Lagarta Lodge

Lagarta Lodge is an eco-lodge at the Pacific ocean in Costa Rica. It is located in a beautiful environment, with two rivers, sandy beaches, the ocean and mangrove trees. The lodge is situated on its own nature reserve and offers luxury living in a resort that is passionate about sustainability and social responsibility.

Pure relaxation

Guests stay in suites and villas with views of the jungle and the ocean. Enjoy pure relaxation in elegant surroundings with harmonious colours and local art that is designed to soothe and create a sense of calm.

Junior suites, Jungle suites, Panorama sites and the exclusive For Blanca suite offer elegant luxury with modern amenities and stunning views.

Exquisite dining

Food is cooked and served in front of you. Eat Costa Rica cuisine or a selection from international culinary traditions. Eat in open-air restaurants or enjoy the surroundings indoors. Book a romantic meal in the wine cellar surrounded by fine wines. Drink cocktail with a sunset view in the Gecko Lounge.

Experiences to enjoy

Lagarta Lodge is the perfect start to nature excursions. See and touch the rich flora and fauna on walking nature tours. Take a quiet electric boat trip along the Rio Nosara and Rion Montano where local guides will identify the many, local birds. You may even see a crocodile. Paddle and explore in a kayak or get know the local turtles.

For more exhilarating activities surf on the Pacific waves or descend rapidly on the tree canopy zip line. Play beach football or learn Spanish in the language school. The Spa Vista Manglares is the place for relaxation and regeneration with personal therapies, massage, beauty therapies and yoga lessons.

Come to Lagarta Lodge if your love exploring nature, eating fine food and like waking up every day in a luxury suite with stunning panoramic jungle and ocean views.

Spa Swimming Pool

before you go

Everything you need to know before planning your dream trip

The Essentials
The nearby Nosara Regional Airport is a 35 minute flight from San Jose / 26 Rooms / 1 restaurants and bar / Spa / Swimming Pool / Nature Reserve / Children Welcome
When to travel
Although a relatively small country, Costa Rica’s climate varies from its Pacific Coast to its Caribbean Coast which means there is quite a wide season of travel. For the Pacific Coast, December to April is the driest and brightest, while on the Caribbean side March to August is the best time. Avoid travel in September and October when rainfall is at its heaviest. November sees slightly less rainfall, and can be a good option as national parks can be a little quieter than the peak seasons.
How to get there
British Airways fly direct to San Jose, Costa Rica’s capital up to three times a week from London Gatwick, flight time is around 11 ½ hours. Indirect options via Europe or the US are also available, including from regional airports within the UK.

Our Destination Specialists

 

our destination specialist

Paul Jones
Paul Jones Specialist area: Asia 20 years in travel industry
Jessica Jones
Jessica Jones Specialist area: Caribbean and Indian Ocean 19 years in travel industry
Julie Crump
Julie Crump Specialist area: Africa 32 years in travel industry

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01244 322770
Opening Hours
  • Mon to Thursday 9 am to 6pm
  • Friday 9 am to 5:30pm
  • Saturday 9:30am to 1pm

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