Tree House Rental in a Tropical Rainforest in Alajuela, Costa RicaSan Carlos, Alajuela (Costa Rica)
Tree House Rental in a Tropical Rainforest in Alajuela, Costa Rica
This tropical tree house rental is located in Alajuela, Costa Rica, and can accommodate four guests. It is 12 meters off the ground. It must be noted that for this reason, children under the age of seven are not permitted to stay in the tree house due to safety restrictions. There are two comfortable queen-size beds each with plush pillows. In the bathroom, guests will find a toilet and a sink. Linens are provided. The tree house is supplied with hot water.
Other amenities include a mini bar, a ceiling fan, and a wardrobe.
Outside, there is balcony where glampers can enjoy the view of the tropical rainforest below.
There is an extensive garden and a fruit orchard with a range of produce that is picked for the cuisine at the on-site restaurant and bar. There is a shuttle service, a laundry service, and a front desk with 24 hour services. The lodge also provides rubber boots and walking sticks to prepare guests for the guided tours.
- Linens and pillows
- Queen-size bed
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Location and surroundings
San Carlos, Alajuela (Costa Rica)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Horseback riding
- Whitewater rafting
- Wildlife watching
Make camping in Costa Rica an adventurous getaway with family or friends! The surrounding tropical rainforest will lure you to take a guided tour, whether it be by horseback, on foot, or by boat. Admire the exotic animals, from monkeys to butterflies to a variety of endangered birds, while on an exciting raft safari tour. Experience the traditional Costa Rican lifestyle with the tour guides and locals when stopping by the friendly villages of Santa Rita and Boca San Carlos. Visit each of the three gardens, from botanical to medicinal, to veggies and fruits. Plant a tree to support sustainable tourism in Costa Rica.