National Geographic described Uvita, on the southern Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, as the most biologically intense place on earth – and right there on top of a cliff, 120 metres above the ocean is where you’ll find the Tiki Villas Rainforest Lodge.
Staying at this Balinese style eco-lodge with only nine villas, you’ll be on the receiving end of hospitality that’s second to none.
Just a short distance from the beaches at the Ballena National Park, and with 13 acres of private rainforest reserve, it’s the ideal location to explore an amazing and unique tropical paradise.
Tastefully decorated villas include large covered balconies, allowing you to feel part of the idyllic surrounds without even leaving your room.
Adventurous trips, massage therapies or simply relaxing by the infinity pool are the kind of activities that might drag you out however, as is the stunning Jungle Blue Restaurant.
With breathtaking views over the Pacific Ocean, and freshly prepared Costa Rican meals on the table you couldn’t fail to be impressed with the dining experience. However, if you really are that hard to impress, just wait until the Toucan’s begin to sing, heralding the sunset over the blue. If you’re not impressed with that, then we can’t help I’m afraid.
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