Pachira Lodge

Set in lush gardens on the other side of the canal from Torguguero beach.

Pachira Lodge

Pachira Lodge is one of the smarter properties in Torguguero, set in lush gardens on the other side of the canal from the beach. Each comfortable room has en suite bathroom, hot water and ceiling fans, and all meals are served as buffets, giving a good choice. Daily inclusive activities are laid on including a wildlife boat ride along the jungle-fringed waterways and a visit to Tortuguero Town, and optional turtle watching tours are run in season. The trip to and from the lodge can be an adventure in itself.

Facilities

34 acres of grounds, restaurant, bar, turtle-shaped swimming pool,

Local Wildlife

Sloths, various monkey species, fresh water turtles, caiman, sea turtles (various seasons), various bird species including many species of hummingbird, iguana and other reptiles,

Optional Activities

Most activities are included in the package price, but you can opt for extra boat trips if required and to go turtle watching in season, and fishing. Early morning tours are also an option, good for birdwatching.

Number of rooms

88

Air Conditioning

No

Swimming Pool

Yes

Jonathan Morris
Area Specialist

In the rainy season, May to October, this Caribbean side of Costa Rica enjoys drier conditions than the rest of the country. July to September is the time when green turtles come ashore to lay their eggs.

If you have any queries about this accommodation please feel free to call me directly on +44 (0)1803 866965 or...

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Having recently returned from our holiday ( in Costa Rica), I thought I’d write to say how much we all enjoyed our trip. Costa Rica really is a beautiful country, with so much wildlife to see and so many wonderful places to explore (and everyone is so friendly!) Everything on our tour was excellent – hotels, transfers and all the guided walks and boat trips. Thank you to all at Reef and Rainforest and to (your representatives) in Costa Rica – now we’re wondering where to go on our next trip!

Mrs J H - Bedfordshire