We are committed to offering guests and visitors an experience of a lifetime at our world class eco-lodge where EVERY MEAL IS INCLUDED and you will learn about sustainability, self-sufficiency and organic agriculture while relaxing in the rainforest.
At Rancho Margot we are committed to proving our visitors and guests with an educational experience that is unforgettable! We take great pride in simplifying your time here by offering a complete set of packages that are tailored to meet the needs of every possible type of guest. When you stay at Rancho Margot you receive far more than a room in which to rest your head – you receive access to any of the operations of the Ranch during your visit!
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Rancho Margot is a family enterprise focused on sustainable business operation and living. With a staff of 30 people, an average of 8 to 10 rotating volunteers and upwards of 10,000 annual visitors, Rancho Margot is a remote and dynamic place. We are located in a lush lakeside valley between rain and cloud forests in a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Biosphere Reserve. In addition to providing a peaceful place that facilitates connection with nature, Rancho Margot strives to inspire each visitor to relax, enjoy and explore ways in which they can incorporate the concept of sustainability into their own lives.
Along with a 5-Leaf Award by CST in 2012, Rancho Margot was also featured on ‘The Next List’ on CNN (Cable News Network), a program devoted to innovation and forward-thinking individuals from around the globe highlighting big ideas and events that will help to shape our collective future. “What Juan Sostheim does better than most is create that ‘Aha!’ moment’ when you say, “Yeah. I get it! We’re all part of the same cycle – the same circle of life,” reported Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Chief Medical Correspondent for CNN. Rancho Margot is also recommended by the most recent Lonely Planet as the ‘Best Place to Stay’ in Northwestern Costa Rica.