Costa Rican Tree House Lodge

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Simplicity, nature and your childhood fantasies all in one. The Tree House Lodge is a 10-acre ocean front property located on the coast of the famous Punta Uva Beach, within the Gandoca-Manzanillo Wildlife Refuge, in the province of Limón, Costa Rica. The area offers great hiking, surfing, white water rafting, and ultimate beach living while experiencing the rich Costa Rican culture and local food. The resort was sustainably built from salvaged fallen trees that were carried on-site via oxen; giving the resort it's CST Certification (Certification for Sustainable Tourism) on all if its 300 metres of private beach. The Treehouse itself sits suspended on tall stilts, with a sloped wooden suspended bridge leading to the entrance that is filled with local, hand-carved furniture and open windows to fully embrace the outdoor living. Offering also beach and garden suites. 

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