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This luxurious eco-lodge is situated on 26 hectares of private land in Tortuguero, Limon on Costa Rica’s North East Caribbean coast. With 29 lodging options dotted along the banks of a slow-moving tropical winding river that make up the heart and soul of the property. Guests can expect to leave feeling more educated about how these canals breathe life into the lodge and its local communities. Your stay will be beautiful, with all guest rooms having beautiful views of these stunning Ocean Rivers and the native flora and fauna surrounding the area.

Tropical jungles make up the perimeter of this luxury eco-lodge in Costa Rica so guests are free to take in views of natural beauty from the Caribbean-inspired restaurant, pool area, social areas, and gardens. With 1.4 miles of winding trails in the back, this is the perfect option for guests looking to become one with the rainforest. Feel free to explore on your own or join one of the twilight tours (for an extra fee) for your best chance at spotting some nocturnal wildlife, including one of many species of frogs, bats, snakes & other reptiles, or perhaps the Common Opossum or Mouse Opossum.

Their story

The team who works at Tortuga considers their roles to be more than just a job. Each one of them is passionate about the lodge and providing the best experience for all guests who stay. Employees consider themselves to be a family and truly understand the need for their friendly and professional services to be available to you while allowing you to enjoy an escape in nature without feeling crowded.

It is critical for the team to meet guests’ satisfaction, so the hotel will only staff local members of the community with the highest level of job pride. When you stay at Tortuga, you will be treated like a member of the family, with warm smiling faces greeting you when you arrive that consider your needs with everything they do. Read more about them here.

Sustainability actions

Lowest impact construction and operation

Highest level of energy efficiency

Pioneer in waste management

Using organic and chemical-free products

Actively protects nature and community

  • Watch sea turtles hatch from their nests and make their way to the Ocean
  • Sea turtle nesting tours
  • Boat tours with a nature guide
  • Kayaking in Tortuguero National Park
  • Twilight tours
  • Exploring the history of local Villages
  • Hiking
  • Bird-watching walks to see many of the 20 Costa Rican birds.

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Best time to visit Tortuga Lodge

  • 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.
  • The humidity in Costa Rica is high all year around. 
  • Smaller showers or thunderstorms can be expected all year around, so please be prepared.

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