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The Eco Lodge was amazing! It is set back in the rainforest off a windy dirt road which brings you to a beautiful jungle canyon. We traveled with two other family's and we all had our own cabin surrounding the main villa which were clean...More
Can't say enough wonderful things about this lodge. William easily arranged a pick up for my daughter and i at Liberia airport. Tucked up off the main road, the location was a bit of paradise- views of the jungle and volcano, an amazing garden and...More
The best thing about Princesa de la Luna are the people who run it - Jonathan, William, Willmer!
Rustic is the perfect word to describe the lodge but if this is not your thing, you may not appreciate its beauty! There is a spring fed...More
Stayed here 2 nights , The pineapple Lodge didn’t rate this , this was a self catering unit , but the other units were lovely . The food here is suburb and plenty of it . The hosts were excellent nothing to much trouble. If...More
We received a warm and wonderful welcome from William and his staff. Delicious home cooked meals, toucans on the trees, spotlessly clean bedrooms and premises, sublime views of Arenal with and without the cloud covering. The walk down to the waterfall with Wilma is a...More
Response from Victoria S | Reviewed this property |
There is a cost for the tour if you want it guided but you are always welcome to explore it on your own, I wouldn't recommend it though in case you make a wrong turn and end up stuck in the jungle. You can use credit card... More
There is a cost for the tour if you want it guided but you are always welcome to explore it on your own, I wouldn't recommend it though in case you make a wrong turn and end up stuck in the jungle. You can use credit card for certain things but I suggest converting dollars into colones at the airport. A lot of food and beverage places do not accept credit card.