Pacuare Lodge is a secluded and remote treehouse eco-retreat tucked within 25,000 acres of pristine, protected rain forest. Constructed to blend in with its natural surroundings, it consists of elevated, thatched-roof bungalows. National Geographic has included Pacuare Lodge on its list of Unique Lodges of the World and ranked it as one of the world’s 24 top ecolodges. It is a place for guests to disconnect from the world, and connect with nature.
All accommodations at Pacuare Lodge are “unplugged”—meaning, without electricity. Guest can choose to stay in one of seventeen unique suites or two bungalows. All have a simple natural design and elegant, natural décor. All include bathrobes, outdoor heated showers, private decks, and—of course—candles and flashlights. Accommodation upgrades include living room daybeds and private spring-fed pools.
One of the most notable resort amenities is The Nest, a restaurant 60 feet high in a treetop, where guests can enjoy local farm to table cuisine in an incomparable setting. The resort also offers guests relaxation and rejuvenating natural wellness treatments in its open-air spa.