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The Pacuare Lodge’s eco-friendly bungalows are surrounded by exuberant tropical foliage, nestled between the river and its own private nature reserve, which conserves 300 hectares (740 acres) of primary rainforest. The buildings are made of wood from tree farms and palm thatch collected in the rainforest by Pacuare's Cabecar Indian neighbors. Each bungalow combines sustainable practices such as solar-heated water and low-impact septic systems with comforts such as orthopedic mattresses and spacious bathrooms.

At the Pacuare Lodge, guests can bird watch, hike, swim, fish, explore the rainforest canopy, visit a traditional indigenous community, or simply relax. Most people stay there on 2-day, or 3-day river rafting packages, but one can also visit the lodge without descending the Pacuare River, which makes it an option for families with young children and other travelers who aren’t up for a white water trip. Though the scenery and nature are spectacular, guests are equally impressed with the service, comfort, food and details such as the wine cellar, candlelight dinners and massage therapist. Many also applaud Pacuare's commitment to conservation, improving life in nearby communities, and mitigating its environmental impact through recycling, organic ingredients and reforestation, which allows Pacuare to offer guests a carbon-neutral vacation.

Enjoy hiking, birdwatching, river-rafting, waterfalls and much more while staying at Pacuare Lodge on the Pacuare River, Costa Rica.

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