You find Rio Perdido, a unique and luxurious hotel, exactly where the Rio Blanco and Rio Perdido rivers meet. Sustainability and nature preservation are key values for the owners. When they constructed the hotel, they ensured the impact on nature was kept to a minimum and they want the hotel to be part of nature. All this resulted in a luxurious get-away resort, a true off the beaten track destination, with activities for everyone!
Activities for everyone
Activities for everyone
In the immediate vicinity of the hotel, you can go hiking, wild water tubing, mountain biking and much more. The owners even created 18 km of private hiking trails and there is a thermal river with hot-spring baths. You can also spoil yourself with a relaxing spa treatment and in the evening the hotel chef will entertain you with great culinary specialities.
What is there to see and do in Rio Perdido?
The following destinations are close to this travel package:
Discover volcano Arenal from La Fortuna
The Arenal volcano is one of the seven active volcanoes in Costa Rica. The little town of La Fortuna at its foot has developed into an important travel destination and offers a wide variety of restaurant, shops and bars, but also great tours.
Bijagua is a charming village near the river Rio Celeste and the Tenorio National Park. The river was named after the intense blue colour of its water. Take your time hiking up to the beautiful waterfall in the jungle and explore the area by horseback or mountain bike. You stay in a comfortable bungalow with great view of the volcano.
Bubbling mud pools near Rincon de la Vieja Volcano
The Rincon de la Vieja Volcano has 9 craters and is still an active volcano. The area is wellknown for its thermal mud pools, waterfalls and crystal clear lakes. You can explore the area by foot, horseback or mountainbike. Enjoy your stay here!
The Caño Negro natural reserve is regarded as one of the most important 'wetlands' in the world. This is the perfect destination for nature lovers and a great place to spot reptiles and birds. From here you can also explore nearby Nicaragua and the jungle near San Carlos.
This destination is a true paradise for nature lovers and bird watchers. The most famous (and protected!) inhabitants of the Maquenque region are the Great Green Macaws. But you're likely to spot other birds, like toucans, turtles, caimans and crocodiles. Enjoy the jungle and set your alarm to wake up to a spectacular sunrise!