Lodge is located at the beach in the midst of the Tortuguero National
Park, on a sand bar between the Tortuguero Lagoon and the Caribbean
Tortuguero National Park is the most important green sea turtle nesting
grounds in the Western Caribbean. Heavy annual rainfall make for an
abundance of extremely rich flora and fauna in the park, which is made
up of a unique system of natural and man-made canals used for transportation
and exploration. Admire exceptional flora and fauna including orchids,
birds, monkeys, crocodiles, toucans, etc. in their natural habitat.
Marine turtles such as the Chelonia Midas (green turtle) emerge from
the ocean to lay their eggs in the humid tropical forest from July through
accommodations consist of 54 comfortable rooms with private bathrooms,
hot water, ceiling fans and chairs for a pleasant, relaxing evening.
Hotel facilities include two docks on the canals, swimming pool with
Jacuzzi, two family-style restaurants with local and international cuisine
(one specially designed for groups and incentives), BBQ, bar, souvenir
shop, relaxing ranchos with hammocks, natural trails, beach access in
walking distance, sand volleyball court, and and conference room where
daily lectures on Tortuguero's natural history are presented. These
comfortable accommodations in the heart of a tropical rain forest make
Tortuguero your vacation spot!
Tortuguero National Park (see
Visit one of the most fascinating areas of Costa Rica, the Tortuguero
National Park, the most important nesting grounds for the Green Sea
Turtle (chelonia midas) in the Western Caribbean.
Be on the right side of Tortuguero
and experience it, staying where the experts stay!
This park is also called Costa Rica's Amazon because of its canals and
surrounding rain forest. Due to the heavy annual rainfall of the area,
and extremely rich flora and fauna abound in this park. Here you can observe
orchids, birds, monkeys, crocodiles, sloths and toucans in a unique system
of natural and man-made canals that serve as waterways for transportation
Located 35 miles from the city of Limon and covering almost 47,000
acres, the Tortuguero National Park was established in 1970 for the
visitor who craves unlimited wildlife. For bird watchers, Tortuguero
offers over 300 species of birds such as herons, hummingbirds, manakins
and green macaws, to name a few. Walk the trails, ride the canals or
fish to your heart's content.
The splendor and magnificence of Tortuguero are for everyone to experience.
The Lodge offers a variety of tours to the canals of the National Park,
turtle nesting observation (seasonal July - September), hikes into the
lush rain forest of the area, bird
watching and night tours conducted and supervised by specially trained
guides using the best equipment and implementing all necessary safety
In Tortuguero, you are only minutes away from world-class tarpon and
snook fishing. When they say world-class, they are talking about snook
averaging 20 lbs and tarpon weighing in at an average of 75 lbs. The
seasons for both run from January - May and from July - September. All
tours and fishing trips can be arranged by the Lodge, or see Anglers
Connection for further information