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We did not stay at the lodge, so I wish Trip Advisor would separate the Lodge itself from the Hanging Bridges attraction. I don't know anything about the lodge.
The Heliconias Hanging Bridges trail was a relatively easy hiking adventure in the Costa Rican rainforest....More
Did not stay only ate after a guided tour, but the plate was certainly memorable and so was the hot sauce! Have some of the Guanabana drink it's good for you! The restroom facilities were clean but tiny so be careful not to hit your...More
The place is awesome. The trails and hanging bridges allow to you watch and admire an impressive forest. However... there is a little thing... and it is the change rate of dollar. If you pay in dollars... be prepared... because they use a high rate...More
We had spotted this 100 % locally run lodge as a good starting point for visiting RIo Celeste and Caño Negro. We found that the place itself is very much worth a stay for wildlife observation. Vegetation around bungalows is well chosen to attract birds...More
We visited this lodge for two nights as part of a greater Costa Rica trip. Although we did enjoy our stay, the place needs to make a few changes in order to be a proper, professional tourism destination.
The rooms were reasonably comfortable, but the...More
We were there a few weeks ago. Only two bridges are still functioning; they haven't fixed the third. You'll likely be the only hikers - we came across two people and that was it. The path referred to earlier that connects to... More
We were there a few weeks ago. Only two bridges are still functioning; they haven't fixed the third. You'll likely be the only hikers - we came across two people and that was it. The path referred to earlier that connects to the National Park - I think it leads to a lake at the top of the volcano - is closed. I don't think it's open even with a guide.