How far is Bosque de Paz Lodge from the Airport?
Bosque de Paz is just 1 hour and 15 minutes from the airport.
Is previous reservation required?
Yes, please send your reservation by our site, or to our email email@example.com
How many nights do you suggest for a minimum stay at Bosque de Paz Lodge?
A minimum of three nights is recommended to go through all the trails in the forest, visit the orchid garden, and to have the opportunity to make a day tour to a nearby favorite destination.
Bosque de Paz Lodge has a hosting package that includes food?
Yes, we have a hosting package that includes: entrance to the preserve, use of forest trails, orchid garden, three meals per day, and taxes.
You have the option of bed and breakfast only?
Yes, we have a choice of room, breakfast and taxes.
Is it possible to hire a guided tour on the trails?
Yes, you can hire a local guide to accompany the guests on the trails.
Bosque de Paz Lodge has menus available for vegetarians, vegans, gluten free, sugar free, low fat, allergies or any other needs of the guests?
Yes, with a previous advise we can adapt the menu to the special requirements of our guests.
Are families with young children accepted?
Yes, Bosque de Paz Lodge welcomes families with children of all ages.
Are Pets accepted?
We cannot accept pets for the conservation of wild species.
Are there any forest regeneration program for guests at Bosque de Paz Lodge?
Yes, a certificate with the name of the guest who plant a tree in a secondary forest is granted.
Bosque de Paz Lodge has a classification of sustainability?
Yes, the Costa Rican Tourism Institute gave us a rating of three leaves, for the efforts and achievements in the four areas of their Sustainable Tourism Certificate Program.
Who chooses Bosque de Paz Lodge as his favorite destination for his stay in Costa Rica?
Bosque de Paz Lodge is the ideal destination for nature lovers, birdwatchers, orchid lovers, biologists, photographers, meditation and anyone wanting to fill himself with lots of energy, harmony and peace in contact with nature, and then return to their daily business in the bustle of cities.