On behalf of the people of Rincon de la Vieja Lodge, we welcome you and invite you to
delight in the natural beauties of our homeland and explore all the sensual wonder we have to offer.
Our Lodge is located in Guanacaste, Costa Rica. We are inside the Guanacaste Conservation
Area at the side of the Rincon de la Vieja Volcano. We are the closest Hotel /
Lodge to the Rincon de la Vieja National Park..
Located 21 miles east from Liberia International Airport, we are within the border of
Rincon de la Vieja National Park, and inside the Guanacaste Conservation Area in Costa Rica.
Our Lodge is located in Guanacaste Costa Rica. We are inside the Guanacaste Conservation Area at the side of the Rincon de la Vieja Volcano. Dedicated to the eco-tourism, we are the closest Lodge / Hotel to the Rincon de la Vieja National Park.
A total of 70% of our 400 hectares of land is dedicated to ecological project and
reserve. We are offering peace and tranquility in harmony with the nature.
It is almost a rustic museum, like an old Hacienda house, constructed of
wood with 42 double or multiple rooms with private bath and hot water
surrounded by forest. There is a bar, a small swimming pool, a family style
restaurant with exquisite typical food, telephone, fax & Internet service and TV area.
We provide our electricity by falling water into a turbine, 24 hours a day, that
moves a generator, producing the electricity. It is nice, quiet, ecological and safe.
Rincón de la Vieja Volcano:
An active volcano draped with virgin forest, this attractive park lies 12 miles
northeast of Liberia at the end of a non paved road. Though it's a tough hike to the top,
one can see Lake Nicaragua from the summit on a clear day, and the volcano's slopes are
covered with both wet and dry forests, which contain hidden lakes, rivers and waterfalls
and an abundance of wildlife.
Resident species include the resplendent quetzal, three-wattles bellbirds, morpho butterflies,
tapir, coatimundis and three kinds of monkeys. The park also has small geysers, bubbling mud
pots and mineral hot springs, which have earned it the name "Costa Rica's Yellowstone".