Where can I enjoy a truly eco-tourism experience without sacrificing comfort?
Bordered by Marino Ballena National Park, La Cusinga is a Five-Leaf certified eco-lodge located on nearly 500 acres of private reserve lands in beautiful Uvita de Osa. Fresh ocean breezes and breathtaking sunsets await guests staying in one of the property’s 10 sustainable cabins, built for minimal environmental impact and the highest achievable level of comfort. La Cusinga features panoramic ocean views, beautiful beaches, natural pools and provides guests with a front row seat to the vibrancy of one of the most stunning ecosystems in the world.
With a focus on all things body, mind and soul, La Cusinga’s food, activities and spa treatments all cater to relaxation and wellness. Aracari Restaurant specializes in healthy choices, including dishes created from organic produce harvested directly from the property’s own trees. La Cusinga’s Yoga Center puts guests in an extraordinarily serene environment featuring inspirational views of Bahia Ballena. Guests can also shed their stress courtesy of the pampered wellness treatments of the Cinnamon Spa.
Healthy choices also extend to La Cusinga’s activities, from rainforest hikes to riverbed swimming holes and walks to beautiful Arco Beach. The property is located in close proximity to all of Costa Ballena’s attractions, including bird watching, whale watching, snorkeling, surfing, SUP, kayaking zipline tours and horseback riding. You can also contribute to the beauty of your surroundings by planting a tree as part of La Cusinga’s riverbank reforestation efforts, or help to keep the beautiful beach clean by collecting trash in specially designated bags.
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