The secluded Luna Lodge is located in the wilderness of Osa Peninsula, in southern Costa Rica near the Pacific Ocean. Among pristine rainforest, high on the trees are five bungalows and a main lodge that has a restaurant and a bar. The ecotourism architecture blends into the natural landscape, and the materials used to build the lodge were harvested from the rainforest and nearby river area, choosing only naturally fallen hardwoods and renewable cane and palm fronds.
The beautiful grounds are actually a small organic farm producing fruit and vegetables for the guests to enjoy. Mango, lemon, avocado, banana, papaya, sugar cane, pineapple, hot and sweet chile, potato, yucca, tomato, basil, cilantro—all this and more grows around the bungalows and surrounding landscape. Fresh fish and seafood is caught in the Pacific Ocean. Here you will eat well!
The bungalows each have a bathroom with both shower and a tub surrounded by open-air private garden, two double beds and a private deck for views over the rainforest and the valley.
Since the lodge is situated up above the Carate Valley and enjoy a constant pleasant breeze, there are hardly any insects. The lodge offers guided hikes to the surrounding rainforest filled with local flora and fauna. For extra bonus, there are five waterfalls on the 60-acre property!
Luna Lodge takes care of both your body and soul. Guided rainforest hikes bring you close to the nature, teach you about local ecosystem and give you a nice and pleasant exercise. You can also hike the marked trails on you own.
Bird watchers will have excellent opportunities to see a great variety of local avian residents.
You can mountain bike or horseback ride around the wilderness, and nearby Pacific Ocean has ocean kayaking, swimming, beach combing, surfing and fishing. Here is something new—spend some time down in the Carate valley panning for gold from the river! For relaxation, dip into a picture-perfect waterfall and swimming hole, practice yoga, or watch the stars shine brightly away from the city lights.