Our accommodations are selected for their exceptional quality, location, and character. Below are several of the accommodations featured on this expedition.
Xandari Resort & Spa
San José, Costa Rica
Xandari Resort & Spa is a tropical paradise of 24 individually designed villas nestled on a 40 acre plantation overlooking the Central Valley of Costa Rica. Each spacious villa, surrounded by gardens, has a large view terrace for enjoying the sunset and lights of the valley at night, plus a walled–in terrace for privacy and solitude.
Tortuga Lodge & Gardens is situated on 146 acres of private land on Costa Rica's northeast Caribbean coast. View the wildlife of Tortuguero National Park, including three species of monkeys, sloths, river turtles, poison dart frogs and six species of kingfishers. Explore the national park's back water creeks and lagoons by boat with your Adventure Leader while staying in the comfort of Tortuga's Deluxe River View Rooms.
Rios Tropicales is the first “Eco-Lodge” built on the Pacuare River and the only one powered with hydro-generated electricity for a clean sustainable energy source. The lodge is located on a 2,000 acre private reserve at the mouth of the Pacuare Gorge. The reserve borders the indigenous Cabecar Indian Reserve and contains more than 40 miles of hiking trails with numerous waterfalls, streams, and pools. The accommodations are set on the mountainside at varying slope heights, affording fantastic views of the river and the dense rainforest surroundings.
A mountain lodge in the cloud forest of San Gerardo de Dota Costa Rica, Trogon Lodge is sanctuary for more than 175 of identified bird species, including the famous and beautiful Resplendent Quetzal. This property is a perfect hideaway for up close and personal encounters with nature in a quiet and peaceful setting.