Stunning Rainforest Tent Rental near Playa Hermosa, Central Pacific

Playa Hermosa, Guanacaste (Costa Rica)
Tents
1 unit
2 guest capacity

Accommodation Description

· Kid-friendly · Barbecue

This stunning rainforest tent rental is situated near Playa Hermosa, Central Pacific. Situated on the top of a hill overlooking the rainforest canopy, the tent sits majestically on a hardwood platform made from tamarindo, one of the strongest woods in the world.

Built for two, this large, handmade safari tent offers a bespoke hardwood bed, the property's signature queen-size Hobbit bed. Using hardwood that was found fallen around the farm, it's truly one-of-a-kind! From the bed, guests can watch the sun rise over the rainforest. The tent also has lots of screened windows and a large front opening that also has a screen. The ensuite bathroom allows guests all the luxuries of a hotel room. Additionally, the tent comes with solar-powered electricity to allow for light at night and small fans by the bed.

Not 20 feet from the tent, guests will find a beautiful rancho kitchen. This stunning teak structure with its natural palm roof is a feat of engineering. This style of structure was used here in Costa Rica for centuries past as living quarters, and the hosts love the design, so they've incorporated it into a fully-equipped private kitchen for guests' exclusive use while staying at this tent. Menu options are available for those who are interested.

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Accommodation Features

  • Running water
  • Shower
  • Wi-Fi/Internet
  • Electricity
  • Safe box
  • Cell service
  • Parking
  • Bathroom
  • Sink
  • Towels
  • Queen-size bed
  • Toilet
  • Deck/Patio
  • Dining table
  • Kitchen equipment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Garden
  • Kitchen
  • Stove
  • Hot plate
  • Tea kettle
  • Breakfast bar
  • Fan
  • Hammock
  • Linens
  • Shared Barbecue

Glampers will be able to immerse themselves in the tranquility of this treetop setting while still enjoying access to modern amenities and conveniences during their stay. This incredible property features two charming safari tents featuring hardwood floors, a balcony boasting awe-inspiring canopy views of the rainforest, private kitchens, and an ensuite private bathroom. Both tents are equipped with electricity that is supplied via solar panels. Other amenities include cell service and bedside fans to stay cool on humid tropical nights.

When it comes to food, guests can either cook for themselves or a chef can be provided at an extra cost.

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Guest Services

  • Laundry service
  • Front desk service
  • Pick-up/Drop-off

Check-in is between 1 pm and 3 pm, please note after dark check-ins are not accepted.

Location + Surroundings

  • Supermarket
  • Movie theater
  • Shopping

This fabulous glamping getaway is the result of the endless daydreams of a man who loves trees! In Costa Rica for 13 years, Chris and Andrea Wady have won numerous accolades for their previous tourist adventure business and always loved camping! Chris, however, always had his head in the clouds! He wanted to create “luxury in the wild” and glamping in Costa Rica was his goal!

Building the entire place by hand and by heart, with a wonderful local team of craftsmen, the hosts think guests will agree that the dream has been realized, and then some! He has taken camping in Costa Rica to another level!

The rainforest is magical, it recharges the batteries and rests the mind. To sleep here is the best gift someone can give themselves, but forget roughing it, imagine a huge handmade airy tent securely pitched on a hardwood platform, with a balcony looking down on the canopy, hardwood floors, an ensuite bathroom, and a fully-equipped kitchen. The Hobbit queen bed is unbelievable and an adventure in itself. Camping has never felt so good, this is pure glamping!

All the wood used in the project has fallen naturally, except the teak, which was plantation-harvested. This was vital to the hosts, they wanted to protect the delicate ecosystem that surrounds them. To stick with this theme, each person that stays here gets to have a tree planted for them, thereby making their trip here carbon neutral! Read More

Activities

  • Surfing
  • Whitewater rafting
  • ATV/Quads/4x4
  • Golfing
  • Kayaking/Canoeing
  • Water sports
  • Biking
  • Stand-up paddleboarding
  • Scuba diving
  • Climbing
  • Zip-lining

Surrounded by the lush tropical landscape of the rainforest, glampers will have a wealth of outdoor experiences to enjoy together. They can explore the private rainforest and relax and rejuvenate in the spring-fed pools hidden deep in the forest. This private paradise is home to many species of incredible wildlife from monkeys, to sloths, scarlet macaws, toucans, and much more. Glampers visiting the nearby national parks can hike through the mountains and observe majestic waterfalls, unique flora and fauna, and awe-inspiring vistas. Within a 30 minute drive is all the fun guests need from surfing, horse riding, boat tours, the world's best sports fishing, golf, crocodile tours, yoga, zip lining, kayaking, ATV's, birding tours, and waterfall tours.

The coast is a short drive 20 minutes away and offers water sports and activities such as surfing, swimming, sea kayaking, and paddleboarding. The sandy beaches are also perfect for lounging beneath a palapa, romantic picnics, and building sandcastles.

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Accommodation Rules

  • Check-in:
    3 p.m.
  • Check-out:
    11 a.m.
  • Infants allowed Under 2 years old
  • Children allowed 2-12 years old
  • No smoking
  • Some spaces are shared

Cancellation policy

  • You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 30 days prior to check in.
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Additional Information

The forest is alive and beautiful and appreciates guests' sense of adventure. Glampers will be sharing the space with the lungs of the world! Breathe deep and have the time of your life. A few things guests need to know about glamping here in Costa Rica.

The hosts like to keep cars away from the tents, so guests will need to walk about 100 meters to get to the tent. The paths are not concrete as the hosts like to leave things as natural as possible. With this in mind, suitcases with wheels cannot be pulled along, they will have to be carried. Both Colibri and Los Mono’s are situated at the top of a small but reasonable steep incline. Help with luggage can be arranged.

The tents are situated on the edge and overlooking the rainforest. Hacienda La Quina is also a working farm, and whilst there is no farm in the immediate area, guests may, from time to time hear distance farm vehicles passing out on the farm track about 500 meters away.

This area is home to a lot of wildlife and plants. The hosts ask guests to never ever feed any of the animals, or remove any of the plants. If guests are seen to do so they will be asked to leave.

Costa Rica has lots of amazing animals, like the monkeys, sloths, parrots, and toucans, but there are also a few critters to avoid. As with all the wildlife here, if guests see animals, they should not touch or try to get close. Guests should leave them alone, and they will leave visitors alone. Bugs, whilst here are way less than guests would expect. It is not something that glampers need to worry about, but if guests are a bug magnet, they should bring a bug spray with them. There are way more bugs at the beach than out here!

The hosts run a quiet please policy! Colibri and Los Monos tents are both private with no view of each other, but noise travels in the forest, they are about 200 meters apart. The hosts ask that no music is played and that guests let the nature noises be the wonderful backdrop.

The tents electricity is generously supplied by the rays of the sun via solar panels. However, the hosts ask that guests actively try and conserve electricity to ensure they have plenty for the lights and fan in the evening time.

Water is one of the world’s scarcest commodities and Costa Rica is no different. The water is not potable (however, fresh drinking water is provided) and comes from a natural spring, the hosts ask guests to conserve as much as they can when using the water supply for showering etc. Read More

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