Not only because it’s dark it means that the fun is gone. Here are some ideas of what you can do at Nicuesa when the lights go out!
If you’re looking for an extraordinary Costa Rica family vacation amid the magic of the rainforest and tropical beaches, then you will love it at Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge. Choose something different from the typical all-inclusive resort for your Costa Rica family vacation. Nicuesa Lodge gives you adventure, nature, and real authentic experiences that let you learn, have fun, and enjoy quality family time together. Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge is one of the highest ranking ecolodges in Costa Rica, a world pioneer in ecotourism. The lodge is located on a 165-acre private rainforest reserve on the gulf of Golfo Dulce in the spectacular southern Pacific Coastal region by the Osa Peninsula. Continue reading
Now is the time to see migrating humpback whales on whale watching tours at Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge in Golfo Dulce – a top Costa Rica wildlife spot.
You can see an abundance of Costa Rica wildlife at Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge. The remote Osa Peninsula region is special because it holds 2.5% of the biodiversity of the entire planet in less than a thousandth of a percent of its total surface area. Now is the time to see Pacific humpback whales as they arrive in the southern gulf of Golfo Dulce, by the Osa Peninsula, on their annual migration from July to October. Continue reading
1- Sea Yoga!
Talk about yoga with a view, huh? Continue reading
If you are a nature lover or a budding botanist, one of the most wonderful day tours you can take from Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge is to Casa Orquideas Botanical Garden in Costa Rica. A short boat ride or kayak paddle around a small rocky point south of Playa Nicuesa will land you at Playa San Josecito. At the west end of the long, crescent-shaped dark sand beach is Casa Orquideas Botanical Garden. Continue reading
Interesting news has been happening recently at Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge in southern Costa Rica.
In an effort to help restore coral reefs in the Golfo Dulce, Nicuesa Lodge staff has been collaborating with the University of Costa Rica (UCR) and the National Institute of Learning (INA) on the study project: “Ecological regeneration of coral populations present in the South Pacific of Costa Rica.” Since June 2015, they have been creating coral reef “nurseries,” transplanting fragments of coral onto artificial structures to grow coral gardens.
So far, according to Nicuesa Lodge Sustainability Coordinator, Natalia Solis, coral is successfully growing and they are planning to create another structure off the beach in the small bay by the Costa Rica eco-hotel.
The most frequent comment that guests leave on the on the check out sheet is that you feel like your family at Nicuesa. The laid back atmosphere combined with highly attentive service makes Nicuesa a special place.
The intermingling of guests and staff – be it sitting down for meals with locals, fishing off the pier with Tomas (a non-english speaker that communicates just fine with fellow fishermen), or traipsing through the jungle in search of creepy crawlies with Jonathan – gives visitors a more authentic impression of Costa Rica and its world renowned friendly citizens.
Activities planned throughout the year offer an experience of Costa Rican traditions and local culture.
Whether guests are learning the Boruca secrets of how to dye yarn naturally, being served typical Costa Rican food on our “Cultural Night”, making tamales for Christmas or learning to dance to traditional music
you can see how one may feel like a Costa Rica home is being opened up to them.
Unplanned happenings throughout the day also make guests feel more like family than visitors.
For example experimenting with achiote (a natural red dye) on Jonathan’s infamous Edible Landscaping Tour or learning tropical dances like salsa and meringue after dinner. Guests always leave with a smile and stay in touch with staff by sending pictures, packages or even returning several times.