Tiskita Jungle Lodge , Costa Rica

Tiskita is one of Costa Rica's first ecolodges. It is a family-run business, owned and managed by Peter Aspinall, his wife Lisbeth, and their children.

Tiskita Jungle Lodge, the best kept secret in Costa Rica, is an ecolodge that offers the opportunity to experience pristine tropical rainforest in its 800 acre private biological reserve.

Tiskita is about as remote as one can get, located at the end of the road on the secluded southwest coast of Costa Rica.

Besides an ecolodge, Tiskita is a private biological reserve. The biological reserve protects primary and secondary tropical rainforest. It is home to plenty of wildlife, with over 275 species of birds recorded and a myriad of other animals, including endangered endemic species like the Central American Squirrel Monkey and the Granular Poison-dart Frog.

 

Tiskita also has an organic orchard, where over 125 types of tropical fruit are accessible.

There are nine private cabins with a total of 17 rooms. The cabins are scattered around the lodge. Each cabin is fringed by the jungle and has an ocean view.

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Tiskita Jungle Lodge

 

Tiskita Jungle Lodge

 

Features:

  •  More than 30 years of experience in ecotourism
  •  Small-scale, family-run ecolodge
  •  Experience a tropical rainforest in comfort
  •  Rainforest and beach at only a 5 minute walk
  •  Part of the Golfo Dulce area biodiversity hotspot
  •  Excellent birdwatching and wildlife viewing
  •  Many outdoor activities
  •  Involved in conservation and community development
  •  Free WiFi (only main lodge and with limited speed)

 

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Tiskita Jungle Lodge

Be on your own schedule. Activities or day tours can be private or shared. Join a scheduled, multi-day group tour. All-inclusive travel by cruise ship.

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Try to pick up at least a few basic greetings, directional questions, and common curiosities in the native language(s) before you leave for your trip.
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