If you have decided to enjoy the powerful nature in Costa Rica, we suggest you stay at the best Resort in Central America, which is also considered the 2nd best hotel in the world according to users of Travel & Leisure magazine. It is a resort in the form of luxury tents located in the Arenal Volcano National Park, called Nayara Tented Camp.

Nayara Tented Camp

Nayara Tented Camp raises the bar for sustainable ecotourism, contributing to the long-term conservation of Costa Rica’s rainforests. The fauna and flora that we find in this place is of exceptional beauty.

The Arenal Volcano National Park is located in the province of Alajuela, 15 km from La Fortuna. In this wonderful natural park, you can bathe in the hot springs of the volcano, which is an unforgettable experience, as well as enjoy the pools and waterfalls that have a temperature between 20 and 40 degrees. Visiting a tribe or going on 4×4 excursions are, among others, some activities that you should not miss.

Staying at Nayara Tended Camp

The tents are decorated in a relaxed safari style. They feature private pools on top of the cliff above the rainforest, double outdoor showers, and a private terrace with incredible views of the volcano. It should be noted that they have a chic safari bathtub with enviable views.

Each tent is built on stilts to maximize the stunning views while leaving a minimal footprint on the surroundings. Inspired by African safaris, but conceived in the Costa Rican tropical jungle.

A mix of sustainable luxury with an environment of unparalleled purity. An outdoor shower under the stars or a relaxing bath in its colonial bathtub awakens the senses of every visitor.

At the Resort

Within the resort itself you can take integrated tours within the Costa Rican jungle itself.

Or relax in its pools surrounded by lush vegetation.

Its sloth reserve is another important point to highlight, without forgetting its exquisite cuisine in the exclusive rooms. With special yoga and wellness programs so that relaxation takes you to a state of total disconnection.

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