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Bosque De Paz Lodge
Central Valley - Bajos Del Toro Amarillo
About the Hotel
Bosque de Paz Rain/Cloud Forest is a 1000-hectares (3000-acres) privately-owned Biological Reserve that acts , as a natural biological corridor, connects the Poás Volcano National Park with the Juan Castro Blanco National Park. It is a spectacularly rich ecosystem because of its privileged location, on the Continental Divide, at an altitude ranging from 1450 to 2450 m.a.s.l. The Reserve is privately owned and it is exclusively open only to prearranged visits. The number of visitors is limited to keep environmental impact at minimum levels. There are several different trails from 1 km to 7.5 km long, adding up to a total of 22 kilometers through both primary and secondary forest. More than 331 species of birds have been recorded in Bosque de Paz Reserve since July, 1997, including the Resplendent Quetzal, the Scaled Antpitta, the Black Guan, the Emerald Toucanet, the Three Wattled Bellbird, the Ornate Hawk-Eagle among many others, and abundant hummingbirds.
The lodge has 12 rooms fully furnished with exclusive ironworks and decorated with Costa Rican pottery. Each room has two double beds, private bathroom and hot water. Wide balconies offer beautiful views to the forest and the surrounded gardens. The lodge offers their visitors a reference library with books on natural history and research documents. The restaurant offers delicious homemade meals of gourmet Costa Rican typical dishes, natural drinks and premium coffee, with a 180-degree angle view to the butterfly garden and the forest. There is also vegetarian, vegan and other special dietary dishes on previous request.
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