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Caño Negro Natural Lodge

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The lodge features 22 deluxe rooms, each with elegant furniture, air conditioning, a fan, and a complete bathroom. The rooms, ranging from single to four person accommodations, are surrounded by flowering plants, tropical palms, and fruit trees. In the morning, enjoy a complimentary breakfast and fresh Costa Rican coffee.

Bar and Restaurant
Swimming pool
Air Conditioning
Hot Water
Coffee Service
Safe Deposit Box
Jungle View
Laundry Service
Internet Access
Hiking Trails
Sitting area
Hair Dryer
Medical Service

This Costa Rican ecological treasure, the Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge, is the natural habitat of more than 350 species of birds, as well as the emerald basilisk, iguanas, river turtles, caimans, Jaguars, Ocelots, giant anteaters, monkeys, and many more wildlife species. Fantastic fishing excursions are available with knowledgeable guides that will take you on half or full day trips. Biking on the dirt roads is a great way to get to know the area as is the walking tour which takes you through local villages with excellent Bird Watching opportunities along the way. Also try exploring the refuge by canoe, paddling down the Caño Negro canals, which are abundant in wildlife.

The hotel is proud of its typical and International Cuisine. Vegetarian or meat lovers will be very happy of tasting our dishes and drinks. The comfortable salon offer enough space for our guests as we as fresh and ventilated atmosphere.

These amazing wetlands are located in the northern zone of Costa Rica, close to the small village of Los Chiles in the Province of Alajuela. Caño Negro is mainly conformed by the Caño Negro Lagoon and the Rio Frio. It has an extension of 9960 Hs, and it is one of the most important biological areas of the country and the four most important wetlands area in the world.

Cano Negro Wild Life Refuge was declared "Wildlife Area of International Importance" in 1991. This Costa Rica ecological treasure is the natural habitat of more than 350 species of birds, as well as the emerald basilisk, iguanas, river turtles, caimans and jaguars.


Caño Negro

How to Get There:

Los Chiles, Alajuela
The route more used to arrive at Caño Negro from San Jose towards San Carlos passing by Muelle following the highway towards Los Chiles 8 km before it turn left the entrance of 19 km. In addition you can arrive to Caño Negro from Guanacaste to take the Interamericana highway towards Cañas, through Upala in Colonia Puntarenas to take the way towards to Caño Negro.