Trapp Family Lodge

The closest lodge to Monteverde Reserve, Trapp is a 20-room, two-storey building built of beautiful natural hardwoods and surrounded by its own small private cloud forest reserve. Each rustic room has a private bathroom and terrace or balcony with views of the lush gardens, two queen-size beds, telephones and hairdryers. The suites also offer televisions. There is free Wi-Fi available throughout the property. The communal main area has a restaurant serving both local and international dishes and there is a bar and outside terrace to enjoy.

The garden has an abundance of flowering plants and trees and there are hummingbird feeders attracting many birds. Quetzals, trogons and toucans can regularly be seen in the gardens. The reserve consists of primary cloud forest with stunted trees and a high abundance of epiphytes (ferns, mosses, lichens, bromeliads and orchids). It also offers some of the best birding in the country with over 400 species present in the area including the stunning resplendent quetzal.

Facilities

The closest lodge to Monteverde Reserve, Trapp is a 20-room, two-storey building built of beautiful natural hardwoods and surrounded by its own small private cloud forest reserve. Each rustic room has a private bathroom and terrace or balcony with views of the lush gardens, two queen-size beds, telephones and hairdryers. The suites also offer televisions. There is free Wi-Fi available throughout the property. The communal main area has a restaurant serving both local and international dishes and there is a bar and outside terrace to enjoy.

The garden has an abundance of flowering plants and trees and there are hummingbird feeders attracting many birds. Quetzals, trogons and toucans can regularly be seen in the gardens. The reserve consists of primary cloud forest with stunted trees and a high abundance of epiphytes (ferns, mosses, lichens, bromeliads and orchids). It also offers some of the best birding in the country with over 400 species present in the area including the stunning resplendent quetzal.

Jonathan Morris
Area Specialist

Resplendent quetzals frequently nest close to the property. Ask at the reception desk and they can point you to the nearest nest site. These will usually be much quieter than the ones in the park itself.

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

Local Wildlife

The main attraction at Monteverde is the 400+ species of birds including 30 species of hummingbirds, and rarities such as the three-wattled bellbird, bare-necked umbrella bird and the resplendent quetzal, the fabled Maya God-bird widely considered among the most beautiful in the world. The reserve was also home to the beautiful but sadly seemingly now extinct golden toad. Over a hundred species of mammal inhabit the area, including monkeys, sloths, tapirs, collared peccary and six species of cat (including the elusive jaguar and puma).

Optional Activities

Birdwatching, hiking and horse riding in the Montverde Reserve and excursions to canopy walkways and Arenal volcano are also available.

Number of rooms

26

Air Conditioning

No

Swimming Pool

No

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Thank you for sorting out our recent Costa Rica Tour. We had a really marvellous time in this beautiful country….. We both really wanted to express our thanks to ( your representatives) who provided a first class service all the time…. We were very lucky with the guides that we were allocated as we saw everything on our wildlife “hitlist” – macaws , 3 types of toucan, all 4 types of monkey, both types of sloth (and with babies!), and not forgetting the resplendent quetzal. We know that other people were not as lucky as us and I’m sure that a lot of this is down to the quality of the guide. So, a fantastic holiday and I know that we will be going back to Costa Rica.

Mrs C E - Kent