Enjoy breathtaking natural surroundings and a touch of luxury at the beautiful boutique hotel Las Nubes. This jungle lodge is located on the hills of Matapalo, a town on the south Pacific coast. Las Nubes literally means ‘the clouds’ and this name perfectly fits with the place. The view over the hills is breathtaking and you will fully enjoy the moment. In addition, during your time here you’ll live with nature’s rhythm: the murmur of the ocean will rock you to sleep at night and the natural `orchestra` of birds will wake you up in the morning.
Your stay here is more than the perfect ending of your holiday in Costa Rica!
Las Nubes ecolodge
Las Nubes ecolodge
Las Nubes is a small eco-friendly and self-sufficient jungle lodge. All energy is provided by solar panels, the water comes from a natural spring nearby and the food is grown in the lodge’s garden. The amiable Belgian owner (and chef!) Filip checks his bio-dynamic garden every day and he selects the fruit and vegetables himself, so you will have the freshly picked ingredients breakfast and dinner.
Enjoy the beautiful pool and the tropical garden full of exotic plants, trees and flowers that are home to a large number of tropical birds, butterflies as well as sloths and monkeys. Staying in this jungle lodge really gives you the feeling of being one with nature.
Tip from Linda:
Tip from Linda:
Las Nubes is a great place to stay, enjoy being pampered by the friendly owner. There’s great food, lovely swimming pool and the natural surroundings are truly stunning. Do get up early, because you do not want to miss the beautiful sunrise in the mountains!
The following destinations are close to this travel package:
Glamping in the jungle of Quepos
Rafiki Safari Lodge is a luxurious tented camp in the jungle of Quepos. Here you enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings to the fulles. If you like some action, go wildwater rafting or horseback riding. If you are a birdlover, book a tour with a professional guide to spot the many species that live around the lodge.
Climb the Cerro Chirripó, the highest mountain in Costa Rica
If you choose to climb the Chirripó, you choose for a real adventure. It is the highest peak in Costa Rica and Central America and although the climb is not an easy one, the spectacular sunrise at the top is a once in a lifetime experience!
Unique stay in La Leona, in the middle of Corcovado National Park
Corcovado National Park is located on the Osa peninsula and one of Costa Rica's most isolated nature reserves. This very special rainforest harbours unique eco systems which aren't found anywhere else in the world. Here you still find some species that have disappeared elsewhere, spotting these animals make your visit a once in a lifetime experience.
Take a boat to Drake Bay and Corcovado National Park
From the small town of Sierpe you depart by boat to Drake Bay Costa Rica. The journey itself is already an adventure...you sail through mangrove forests towards the ocean and Drake Bay. During your trip you might be luckey enough to spot dolphins and even whales!
You find the charming, little village of Ojochal near the National Park Marino Ballena and the largest nature reserve of Costa Rica: Corcovado. From Ojochal, nearby Uvita you can go whale and dolphin watching, in September there's even a whale watching festival! Do enjoy sun, sea and the beach in Playa Tortuga and Las Ventanas.
Dominical is a true surfers paradise. During your stay, it is highly recommended to check out the waves and take a surf lesson! Of course, you can also relax on the beach. Your lodge is located near the village on the beach and offers a nice pool when you're tired of the waves. It is a great place to explore the jungle and do one of the many activities!
Sloths and capuchin monkeys in Manuel Antonio National Park
Manuel Antonio is a small, but beautiful National Park. Here you can explore the jungle, but also relax on the beach and take a dive in the ocean. Iguanas and monkeys might join you on the beach. There's also a great chance you'll see sloths in the jungle. All this wildlife in combination with the white beaches makes Manuel Antonio a very popular tourist destination.
Monteverde is famous for its unique cloud forest reserve. The village lies in the mountains and is one of the few places in Costa Rica where you can still spot the beautiful quetzal. While in Monteverde you can explore the cloud forest by foot or hanging bridge, but also book a zipline tour and soar beyond the trees, a great experience!