Private room

4 Guests

1 Bedroom

2 Beds

Private room

4 Guests

1 Bedroom

2 Beds

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About this listing

We are located in Bijagua,Upala on the foothills of Miravalles Volcano National Park. Our projects is based in the sector of rural tourism and focus on ecotourism development. We have five wood cottage, a typical restaurant and we have a trail next to Bijagua river leads to Bijagua Falls.

The space
Accommodates: 4
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 2
Check In: Anytime after 2PM
Check Out: 11AM
Room type: Private room


Extra people: $15 / night after 2 guests


We are located in Bijagua,Upala on the foothills of Miravalles Volcano National Park. Our projects is based in the sector of rural tourism and focus on ecotourism development. We have five wood cottage, a typical restaurant and we have a trail next to Bijagua river leads to Bijagua Falls.

Somos un lugar de tranquilidad en medio de la naturaleza siendo así un lodge sostenible ya que producimos la electricidad,también tenemos un sendero que nos lleva a las bellas cataratas del Río Bijagua que para los hospedados es gratis.


si estaremos diponibles

Estamos cerca del Parque Nacional Volcán Tenorio (Río Celeste) es un lugar paradisíaco para visitar.

Estamos a dos km de las paradas de autobuses
Tenemos parqueo privado

House Rules
Check in is anytime after 2PM



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Safety features
First aid kit
Fire extinguisher

1 night minimum stay

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18 Reviews

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Jessica User Profile
February 2017
We enjoyed our stay. The room was large, beautiful, and very clean. The small porch had two comfortable chairs for reading, relaxing, and watching the many colorful birds. Breakfast was delicious and the hosts were gracious about accommodating our vegan diet.

Beth User Profile
February 2017
Great place to visit. The landscape was beautiful and the birds were amazing! We loved our stay and enjoyed walking around the farm. The food was excellent - fresh picked - perfect farm to table experience. It was sad to see all the destruction in Bijagua that occurred due to Hurricane Otto; it was lucky, the farm was spared. The hosts are wonderful, but don't speak much English so it would be a great idea to be able to speak Spanish.

Ronald User Profile
February 2017
Remote and great place to completely disconnect.

DaVon User Profile
April 2016
It was good

Colleen User Profile
March 2016
The Cataratas Bijagua Lodge is a fabulous oasis tucked into a volcanic paradise. The cabins are clean and well-kept and the comfy sling chairs can be pulled out onto your porch to really immerse yourself in the natural setting after a day exploring the area. If you've got back issues, the beds may give you a little trouble, but overall the accommodations exceeded our expectations based on the price point. Do plan on arriving during the daylight hours - just like many area accommodations it can be a little tricky to see the signage after the sun has set. Bring your English-Spanish dictionary as a few of the family members on site speak a little English, but you'll definitely want to be prepared to communicate in Spanish! Breakfast comes with the room rate and it was definitely a delight. We also reserved dinner (just ask by noon or so) and we had the open air dining room all to ourselves - we'd recommend the chicken or the fish option - great as dinner options in town are somewhat limited. If you want to have a cool drink, you'll have to get creative as there's no ice or fridge - a small travel cooler is recommended to keep your Imperials (the local beer) cool. While we selected the area for the Rio Celeste hike, we were pleasantly surprised by other highlights of the area. The 3-hour round trip hike from the Lodge to a waterfall is strenuous, but well worth the effort - there's a stream crossing, so be prepared to go into rushing water up to your knees! If you aren't up for the long haul to the waterfall, the rushing stream that runs through the property is ideal for a refreshing dip! The staff arranged a guide for us for our day at the Rio Celeste - which we'd absolutely recommend for wildlife spotting - although be advised that the park is fairly busy on weekends, so noisy humans tend to scare off much of the rest of the wildlife. The guides will try to rent you muck boots - I'd recommend against it - if you've got good hiking boots, just wear those - ill-fitting boots on a long hike are a recipe for blisters. Our day guide, arranged a night hike in town (I wish I knew the name of the place, the people at "info Rio Celeste", the recommended day guides can connect you with the night guide.) It was the one thing from our whole trip that I would not miss. The tour started by crossing over a hanging bridge draped in a canopy of twinkle lights - we then were treated to a private tour of a small reserve which featured frogs, insects, sloths and we even had the opportunity to have a toucan perch on our shoulders - a night we'll not soon forget! The guide didn't speak English, but don't let a language barrier keep you from this unforgettable experience.

Colin User Profile
February 2016
I'd recommend Cataratas lodge without hesitation. Its an amazing spot, tucked into the jungle, in rural Bijagua. Warner (the owner) is incredible helpful, and friendly, and helped us with figuring out our itinerary on a rainy day, booking hotsprings, and recommending hikes (though his english is limited). The breakfast is simple, but tasty. Be aware that this is rural and remote. You'll need your own transportation. Don't miss the hike to the waterfall, which was one of our favorite spots which we found in our week in CR. We can't wait to come back!

Cody User Profile
January 2016
My wife and I had a wonderful stay! The cabanas were very nice and the free breakfast was delicious each morning. They also have the option to eat dinner there which we had one night and it was also amazing. They have a hike that starts from the property which we both thoroughly enjoyed. It had a beautiful waterfall at the end and several opportunities to swim in the river. We would defiantly come back. Thank you so much for your hospitality!

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