Lodging Costa Rica
Ecotourists can rough it at a Costa Rica lodge. A growing number of accommodations are available in the rain forest, volcanic areas, and other ecotourism areas.
In Costa Rica, lodges can be screened, thatch-roofed cabins or conventional bedrooms in a split-level ranch house; so you’ll want to see pictures on the facility’s website before booking a reservation. The increasing popularity of ecotourism, combined with Costa Rica’s status as a hot destination, means that the handful of rustic lodges get booked early.
If you’re the adventurous type and want to not quite rough it (but almost), plan far enough ahead so you won’t be disappointed when you try to book accommodation.