Luna Lodge and wellness centre is a peaceful and well run eco-lodge situated in a large tract of primary rainforest almost within Corcovado National Park on the Osa peninsula.
The main building houses the restaurant, bar, library and gift shop. Set in the lush gardens is a lovely swimming pool with panoramic views over the forest.
The best accommodation is in the eight thatched bungalows each with two double beds and private bathroom with both tub and shower and a vista deck with seating to enjoy the sensational forest views. Other options include more basic terraced rooms and safari- style tents. All the rooms have electricity and hot water.
Hundreds of bird species including scarlet macaws and the four species of monkey found in Costa Rica inhabit the surrounding forest and are frequently seen. Trails take you to waterfalls and natural bathing pools. The lodge has been awarded a Five Leaf Rating for Sustainable Tourism from the Costa Rican Tourism Board, the highest possible.
Private bathrooms, restaurant, bar, library, gift shop, swimming pool and spa with full range of treatment.
Take a self-guided trail to one of the waterfalls – you will see wildlife along the way and have a refreshing dip to look forward to at the end. Take your yoga mat.
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The Corcovado National Park and surrounding area has the greatest diversity of wildlife in the country. The park has the highest densities of Baird’s tapir, jaguar, puma, sloths and all four species of Costa Rica’s monkeys. Reptiles include the impressive American crocodile, eyelash pit viper and boa constrictor and there are many amphibians. Birdlife is prolific in the forest and the National Park is one the best places in the country to see scarlet macaws. Two Reef & Rainforest clients, members of the British Dragonfly Society, went there specially to see the helicopter damselfly, a large species which due to an optical illusion appears to rotate its wings.
Guided walks in the rainforest and a wide range of spa treatments are available.
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