Finca Bellav­ista

World Travel Magazine - - Where To Stay -


High in the rain­for­est of Costa Rica, guests can sleep in the boughs of branches and wake to the melody of hum­ming­birds. Finca Bellav­ista is a fully self­sus­tain­able small re­sort slot­ted beau­ti­fully into the nat­u­ral land­scape. Sur­rounded by 600 acres of canopy and with zip lines ca­reen­ing through the trees, this is the ul­ti­mate off-grid ex­pe­ri­ence. The col­lec­tion of tree­house cabins each boast their own per­son­al­ity – soar­ing win­dows, crack­ling log burn­ers, large cosy beds, balconies and even kitch­enettes are just a few of the fea­tures on of­fer. As tree­houses are scat­tered across the canopy and land, you have the feel­ing of be­ing alone in the woods. River­side mas­sages, hikes along lost na­ture trails, and daily asana meditation set you beau­ti­fully on the right track to heal­ing bliss. Those who want to ex­plore fur­ther can head out to visit nearby choco­late farms, ex­plore the man­groves, and horse­back ride to the Nauy­aca Wa­ter­falls.

This page, from top, Slot your seren­ity into the nat­u­ral land­scape; wake to the melody of hum­ming­birds in this fully self-sus­tain­able spot Op­po­site, from top, far reach­ing ocean views from atop the canopy; Tree­house homes hang above a wild deer farm in...

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