Guests have the opportunity to experience an unforgettable meal in the Nest: a platform 60 feet above the jungle floor in the branches of century-old Kapok tree - considered a sacred tree by the ancient Mayans.
The Pacuare Lodge was built with a minimum impact on the river and rainforest site where it is located. Lanterns and candles provide light, as there is no electricity at the lodge. No trees were cut to build the bungalows and main lodge. Lumber was purchased from a sustainable reforestation project operated by small farmers. The roofs are made from palm leaves installed by Cabecar Indians living in the area using their traditional style.
Your spacious (670 sq ft./ 62sq. meters ) palm-thatched river suite includes a private terrace that opens on to landscaped native bush gardens and a stunning view of a massive wall of thick rainforest that cascades down a mountainside opposite the Pacuare River. Features a luxuriously appointed canopy king size bed or two canopy full size beds with crisp 300-thread Egyptian cotton linens.
River View Deluxe
Your suite features a canopy king size bed with crisp 300-thread Egyptian cotton linens and superior Beautyrest mattress® , exquisite décor, natural design with hardwood flooring, open terrace with hammock and a waterfront deck . A fully tiled ensuite bathroom offers a nearly 180 degree view of the rainforest and the Pacuare river. Nearby, a alfresco heated shower lets you experience the seclusion and beauty of the rainforest.
Linda Vista Suites
These bright and spacious (230-square-meter) suites are the Pacuare Lodge’s premier accommodations, with a simple, natural design and exquisite décor that perfectly complement the verdure and profusion of the surrounding jungle. The suites offer a level of luxury that belies their remote location – a king-size bed, Egyptian cotton sheets, leather chairs, a spacious bathroom with indoor and outdoor showers and a long deck and a private dipping pool fed by spring water.
The Canopy Suite
It is elegantly furnished and holds a king-size, canopy bed. The adjacent covered deck has a hammock and a rattan sofa, whereas the entire suite opens onto a sundeck with a small stone swimming pool fed by spring water. A private suspension bridge leads from the deck to a platform high in a massive rainforest tree that affords a vertiginous view of the Pacuare River and surrounding jungle.
Perched on a bank of the Pacuare River with a privileged view of that pristine waterway and the surrounding tropical foliage, the Jaguar Villa was designed to give guests the experience of being in a tropical rain forest without sacrificing comfort. A simple yet elegant ambiance combines tasteful details such as hardwood floors and teak furniture with ample open areas for admiring the surrounding nature, including a terrace complete with a spring-fed pool, outdoor showers and spacious bathrooms. The sounds of running water and the songs of birds and tree frogs mix with the colors and aromas of the rain forest to create the unforgettable sensory experience of a stay in the Jaguar Villa!