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This canopy treehouse is located deep in the jungles of Costa Rica offering an off-the-grid experience and an opportunity to see wildlife up close and personal. Guests mention seeing monkeys, birds, butterflies, and other creatures native to the rainforest. There's also a stunning waterfall nearby that is an easy hike from the treehouse. This property is located roughly four hours and forty minutes south of San Jose International Airport, right near the Panama border and on the Pacific side of the country.
This accommodation is quite remote. Guests are advised to have 4x4 vehicles to get to the main base (check-in area) and then a 15 to 20-minute hike through the rainforest is required to get to the treehouse. The journey is reportedly well worth it though.
The accommodation consists of a two story casita estate connected to a two story treehouse by a foot suspension bridge.
There are three bedrooms in total that can accommodate up to seven guests. One bedroom with a queen-sized bed and sofa bed.
Two bedrooms and two bathrooms in the main estate.
The main estate has a full kitchen, dining area, and a screened in living room space.
Rates start at $225 a night, however, this price point does not include Airbnb taxes and fees and a minimum of a two night stay must be booked, bringing the total to $526. Split between seven people—the maximum number of guests who can book, you're looking at around $37 per person, per night.
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