Escape into a hideaway in the jungles of Costa Rica at Luna Lodge. This eco-resort offers escape, adventure, seclusion, and enchantment in some of the best rainforests on the planet. Luna Lodge is a comfortable lodge hidden away in the Osa Peninsula.

With eight bungalows, three haciendas, and seven platform tents, Luna Lodge offers an intimate guest experience nestled into the trees of the rainforest. Feel the ocean breeze in your room and enjoy the breathtaking views. 

Luna Lodge offers a premium experience, with a Wellness Retreat center where groups can gather to reconnect to nature. Whether you come for a small getaway or an extended retreat, the sounds and sights of nature will bring you back to your center.

Their story

Luna Lodge is the passion project of Lana Wedmore, founder, owner, and operator. She came to Costa Rica over 39 years ago and started to dream up a wellness retreat where she could share the area with the world. Wedmore preserves and protects the rainforest while educating guests.

Carefully crafted with love, Luna Lodge brings the peace and tranquility of nature to everyone who visits. Luna Lodge hosts Tai Chi, Yoga, Reiki, Nia, massage therapy, forest bathing, visualization quests, aromatherapy, and sound retreats. 

Luna Lodge, one of the most sustainable eco-lodges in Costa Rica, is committed to the planet and their guests, with sustainability at the core of everything they do. The lodge has a Five Leaf Rating through the Sustainable Tourism Board of Costa Rica and is a member of It’s a Green Green World. 

With over 75% of the property being primary virgin forest, conservation is at the heart of the lodge. Endless biodiversity to see. There is no shortage of beauty. Wedmore has a lifelong passion for sustainability, and it shows through at Luna Lodge. Read more about them here.

Sustainability actions

  • 75% of the property is conserved primary virgin rainforest.
  • Structures are built to be open, allowing natural light and air to flood the space.
  • Large windows in the guest bungalows create better circulation, diminishing the need for electricity-based cooling.
  • All electricity is provided by their own hydropower plant and solar panels.
  • Water for showers and the pool uses solar heating.
  • The lodge has solid waste management programs, including recycling. They also have a sustainable liquid waste system.
  • The lodge has an organic garden to provide as much food for the guests as possible. The garden has everything from herbs to fruit trees.
  • Guest toiletries and clean supplies are all locally-sourced and biodegradable.
  • Pests are controlled using biodegradable, non-toxic control methods.
  • Lana Wedmore and the Luna Lodge work with many environmental associations, including the Turtle Protection Committee, The Association of Integral Development of Corcovado, and The White Hawk Foundation.
  • Many of the hired employees are locals.

Most Popular Activities near Luna Lodge

  • Hiking
  • Bird-watching walks to see many of the 20 Costa Rican birds.
  • Stargazing
  • Boogie boarding
  • Yoga sessions
  • Learn to surf

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Best time to visit Luna Lodge

  • The humidity in Costa Rica is high all year around. 
  • To avoid the rainy season, plan your visit outside May-June and September-October. 
  • If you want to enjoy this place the sunniest it can be, visit in March or December.
  • Smaller showers or thunderstorms can be expected all year around, so please be prepared.

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Luna Lodge is 420 km from Tobías Bolaños International Airport. There's domestic flight options to Puerto Jimenez from where it's 2 hours drive to the lodge.
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