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We spent 3 days hiking the trails near the lodge, returning for breakfast, lunch and supper. The guides were gifted in finding and identifying birds. The restaurant served excellent food, and the hummingbird feeding station was busy every morning. Our bamboo cottage was very comfortable,...More
In December 2018 I had a 4 day stay at Bellavista Cloud Forest Reserve, recommended by my travel agent. What an amazing place. Somewhere to forget about day to day humdrum life. Wifi is virtually non-existent (hoorah!). There is little to do apart from sit...More
Our whole family enjoyed a great stay. The hikes and birding opportunities are wonderful. I really wished we would have stayed 2 nights. The owner was wonderful to my children aged 5,7,9 & 11. They kept coming back to me telling me something they had...More
Unless you’re an avid bird watcher, this didn’t measure up as good value. The accommodation is little better than an average hostel and the food is nothing special, in part due to its location at the top of a mountain! We were there on a...More
You come here to relax and that’s exactly what this place delivers. Accommodations are really nice and waking up by the sounds of all the different bird sounds is amazing! The guides are all very knowledgeable of the local fauna and flora and will show...More
There are some flat trails too and around the lodge itself lots of birds and wildlife to see so as long as you take it easy should be fine. while out there we saw a lady carrying her own oxygen at even above 4000m so as long... More
There are some flat trails too and around the lodge itself lots of birds and wildlife to see so as long as you take it easy should be fine. while out there we saw a lady carrying her own oxygen at even above 4000m so as long as you plan and don't rush everywhere, I think you should be able to manage. Good luck it is worth it.