Spacious Tree House Accommodation with Views of the Rainforest Canopy in Costa Rica's Southern ZonePiedras Blancas, Puntarenas (Costa Rica)
Spacious Tree House Accommodation with Views of the Rainforest Canopy in Costa Rica's Southern Zone
This stunning tree house accommodation is located in the beautiful Puntarenas region in the Southern Zone of Costa Rica, and can accommodate up to six glampers. Inside guests will find two bedrooms, a futon, as well as two full bathrooms with a toilet and a shower. The first bedroom comes with a king-size bed and the second bedroom houses a queen-size bed, plus linens and towels are kindly provided. Both beds are soft, canopied, and offer guests breathtaking views of the rainforest canopy outside.
Guests will also find a fully-equipped kitchen inside the tree house which boasts all the appliances needed to cook up a tasty meal for the group. There is a fridge, a sink, a stove, an oven, plus all the pots and utensils required. There is also a dining table within the kitchen space where guests can spend some quality time indulging in a meal together, while appreciating their breathtaking surroundings. The tree house is also powered by solar energy and the sinks, toilets and showers have running water, ensuring a comfortable stay for all glampers.
After a long day of snorkeling or watching dolphins along the Costa Ballena, or hiking and zip-lining through the rainforest, guests can lounge on the nice patio furniture and hammock the private deck and admire the gorgeous views of the canopy, or watch for tropical birds and wildlife. The tree house is connected to an aerial bridge leading guests deeper into the rainforest. Guests will have direct access to trails connecting the tree house to on-site facilities, like the communal rancho or spa cabin, or for hikes and bike rides through the jungle.
The property has a community base camp with a parking area, a dining hall, and a rancho, a reception center, a lounge with hammocks, a fire pit, and a Wi-Fi zone. Activities like yoga classes and happy hour take place at the base camp, which serves as the starting point for electronic biking, zip-lining, and guided night hikes.
Filtered water stations are available throughout the property and in all the rentals.
Guests will have access to a spa and wellness cabin overlooking one of the rivers, as well as a garden where much of the food served in the dining hall is grown. The community has hiking trails connecting the tree houses to onsite facilities and winding throughout much of the rainforest. High up in the canopy, there are zip-lines and platforms.
- 1 King-size bed
- 1 Queen-size bed
- 1 Sofa bed
- Hot water
- Private Kitchen
- Linens and pillows
- Response rate: 100%
- Response time: Within 1 day
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Check-in: 12:00 PM - 05:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
- No events
Minimum age to rent: 18
There is a minimum stay of two nights.
Guests should be aware that the access trails at this glamping site are gravel and rock, very inclined and rustic.
The tree houses are suitable for solo travelers, couples, and small groups of family or friends.
Renters must be 18 years or older unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Guests are required to pack a flashlight with batteries, boots that cover the ankle, tall socks, any medications, and a refillable water bottle. It is recommended that guests use a backpack and bring quick-dry lightweight clothing and rain gear, a bathing suit, sunblock and bug spray, sunglasses and hats, and extra batteries and charging devices. Guidebooks and snacks are also suggested.
Rates vary by season, length of stay, and occupancy. Additional taxes and fees are included.
A 4x4 vehicle is necessary to reach the property.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location & Surroundings
Piedras Blancas, Puntarenas (Costa Rica)
Detailed location provided after booking
- River, stream or creek
- Water sports
- Scuba diving
- Wildlife watching
Guests can sign up to take part in zip-lining, electronic bike tours, and guided night hikes around the rainforest. Guests can also hike during the day along the trails connecting the tree houses to the jungle. These are excellent opportunities to take photos of waterfalls, rugged mountains, and gorgeous tropical flora, spot toucans, or view diverse wildlife like monkeys, sloths, and iguanas.
In the community rancho, guests can participate in yoga classes, enjoy drinks at happy hour, or socialize with other guests, volunteers, and staff. They can relax with a massage or other treatments at the riverside spa cabin, rest in hammocks, or tour the onsite gardens.
Two whitewater rivers run through the community. Guests can swim in the natural pools and jump off the waterfalls. During the dry season, they can snorkel to see frogs and schools of colorful fish, or they can search for fossils and shells after a storm.
More opportunities for outdoor adventure and cultural excursions await outside the community. Guests can tour nearby chocolate farms and coffee plantations or head to Playa Blanca, a beach on the Golfo Dulce, to swim, surf, snorkel, and kayak. The Golfo Dulce is also wonderful for scuba-diving, deep sea fishing, and boat tours to watch for dolphins and whales.
Guests can go whitewater rafting on nearby rivers such as the Sierpe or go climbing in the mountains overlooking the beaches and rainforest on the Osa Peninsula. They can head to the Costa Ballena for more snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing, and kayaking, as well as paddle boarding and surfing. Unique crafts and souvenirs can be purchased at local markets and shops, and guests can enjoy authentic Costa Rican dishes at local restaurants.
Hiking, horseback riding, and swimming are popular activities at Nauyaca Waterfalls. Nearby national parks include Piedras Blancas, Corcovado, and Amistad, where guests can go hiking, take photos, and view wildlife through several more acres of lush rainforest and exotic, rugged wilderness. They can zip-line over river gorges and canopies of cloud forest, or take boat tours through dense mangroves to watch for more exotic birds or wildlife like crocodiles.