The Pacuare Eco Lodge is a jungle adventure camp located in the heart of the rainforest overlooking the Pacuare River. People come to the lodge for rainforest adventures and to experience local culture.
The lodge consists of seven cabins, which can sleep from three to six people with flexible sleepings configurations according to guest preferences. They are open-air, minimally furnished with indigenous materials. All have spectacular views of the jungle and Pacuare River valley.
Lodge guests can enjoy high-intensity outdoor jungle activities that include a Tarzan Swing, Waterfall Jumping, Rafting, Whitewater Tubing, Ziplining and a hike to nearby Tsiobata, which is home to the Cabecar Indigenous Tribe.