Camping cabin located in a secluded valley bordering Los Quetzales National Park, on the Division River and next to Three Seeds Organic Farm. Private soccer field, eco-tours, culinary & permaculture workshops available, including chocolate making!
Secluded and furnished/equipped camping-style cabin located within Buenaventura Eco-Park, on the border of Los Quetzales National Park and on the edge of a majestic clear-water mountain river (Division River). Great for families, volunteers, honeymooners, researchers (biologists/anthropologists), artists, authors, and folks on sabbatical. It is also perfect for vacationers wanting to really soak in the rural farming culture and rainforest and looking to experience the Costa Rican rural countryside away from tourists. This is a 100% no artificial ingredients, back-to-nature type of place owned by a Central American-U.S. family currently working in the United States.
The cabin is located between the towns of El Llano and El Brujo, on the southern border of the Los Quetzales National Park, which has 150,000 acres of premontane, montane and cloud forest and about 50 ft. There are beautiful gardens and organic fruit trees on the 2.5 acre yard.
This destination is especially great for families with children since there are children to play with on the nearby farms and ample space to run around. There's even a soccer field on the property and there are waterfalls less than 15 min. hike up nearby creeks within the Buenaventura Ecological Park & Reserve (additional day pass fee at half price applies*)
Sleeps 3 adults or 2 adults with 2 small children. For family bed type families, the two twin mattresses can be arranged together so that it is like one large king size bed.
There is a gas stove for cooking, an outdoor shower, an outhouse and solar charged lighting.
Equipped with an outdoor shower, sink, kitchenette with gas stove and outhouse.
We will make sure you have tents to sleep in within the cabin (tents are optional but help keep the bugs completely out of sleeping area), linens, dishes, towels, an cooler and a solar charged light, as well as a list of what fresh produce and farm products are available to purchase next door at Three Seeds Organic Farm (i.e. fresh milk, cheese, etc.)
Organic meals, organic produce and dairy products can be purchased next door (3 min. walk), at Three Seeds Farm.
Three Seeds Farm and nearby Buenaventura Eco-Lodge also offer guided tours into the jungle, organic gardening workshops, educational, cultural and ecological activities, volunteer opportunities, horseback riding, as well as additional lodging options. They also offer laundry service, childcare, electrical recharge station, phone, wifi, and hot showers/baths. Did I already mention the AMAZING homegrown organic meals?
Please contact us directly before booking this cabin so we can assure availability as calendar is not always up to date.
Rental fee includes use of the cabin and private gardens (2.5 acres), which include a soccer field shared with Three Seeds Farm and also includes unlimited access to the lower part of the Buenaventura Ecological Park trails, riverside gazeebo, and the Andrés creek and waterfall. Buenaventura, a 180 acre private ecological park also contains trails that go to waterfalls, organic gardens and an old growth rainforest bordering Los Quetzales National Park - as a cabin renter, you get 1/2 price to access to the upper level of Buenaventura ($3 per person per day on the days you want to go into the upper areas of the park)
Interaction with guests
We will not meet in person :(
This cabin is managed by our relatives at Three Seeds Organic Farm and Buenaventura Eco-Adventure Lodge.
Other things to note
One week advance notice required to book this cabin. A 3 night mínimum is required.
No fire or smoking allowed, as this cabin is made of wood and bamboo. If you have to, you may smoke in the gardens so long as you deposit your butts in the trash.
One week advance notice required to book.
Passionate about culturally vibrant, abundant and sustainable globalization for all. I am an educator that connects children and families to nature, cultural diversity and the arts as my way to advance this vision.
Mother of a 19 year old, a 9 year old and a 4 year old. Wife of 20 years to an amazing man who is the main source of support for my social entrepreneurial, ecological and educational work.
Lover of poetry, nature, travel, mural arts, and returning home to Latin America and spending quality time with my family and old friends.