Off the beaten track adventures in the North Caribbean coast of Costa Rica; a place where time seems to have stood still, a small community of 1300 people who live surrounded by water, whether it’s the Caribbean ocean or the Tortuguero canals and rivers. No roads, nocars, no horns. “The Little Amazon of Costa Rica”, reachable only by boat or by air, a tropical haven for a great amount of wildlife, peaceful scenery to rejoice the soul, homeland to nesting sea turtle species and an opportunity to discover the heartland of the Rainforest.



A hidden gem, a paradise for nature lovers, birdwatchers and those wanting to get away from it all, but just a couple of hours away from the capital city. Nestled amidst dazzling flowers, in amazing hues and impressive oak tress, in a peaceful valley, surrounded by the mystic Cloud Forest where the Resplendent Quetzal resides and enriched by the sounds of the Savegre River that crosses the property. At 7200 feet above sea level and just two hours away from the capital city, it is surrounded by 205 acres of private cloud forest reserve, in a still practically virgin area that lets visitors feel and admire nature right in front of their eyes.



A quaint and casual café, located right in San Gerardo de Dota’s town, where offering fresh and local products is our core value. The freshest trout in town, prepared in many ways, from tacos, salads to sandwhiches and pasta. Fresh vegetables straight from our hydroponic garden and local fruit accompany our dishes. Enjoy precious views of the Savegre River, take a walk along our gardens and relax on the deck while listening the river running through. Kahawa is open for breakfast and lunch and dinners are available, under reservation, for groups and small parties.