Áreas públicas

Tacacori Ecolodge - Terrasse
The reception and our tour desk

Our reception area is open from 7 am to 12 am and from 2 pm to 6.30 pm

Tacacori Ecolodge - Terrasse Our tour desk will help us to exchange information and prepare your itinerary. We can assist you in making any reservations for car rentals, cab, daily tour etc...


We have a selection of English books, magazines, English language Costa Rican guide books, as well as board games for those days you might like to stay in.
Free internet for guests and the use of Skype to make your calls
during the opening schedules of the reception, (limited 30 mn per day). We also have fast Wi-Fi throughout the building and in rooms, as well as, fast internet access in the terrace area where you may check your e-mails and flight details before you leave.

The "Birds Terrace" and its sundeck

Tacacori Ecolodge - Terrasse The new terrace (165 ft) has a covered space open on 3 sides and equipped with tables, chairs and a sundeck. You can enjoy spending time in this large outdoor area relaxing, enjoying a drink or just sharing with the other guests about your holidays in Paradise !

In the morning, relax on the terrace with a good breakfast and just sit back and indulge in the breathtaking beauty of mother nature in all her splendor. You can relax in our deck area and stare into the vast tropical garden hopefully spotting some of the many birds that often pass in close proximity.
In evening, enjoy the romantic lights or meet friends for a last drink.

In the mini gift-shop

Tacacori Ecolodge - Souvenirs ShopDiscover in our mini-shop, an attractive selection of original souvenirs to be brought back to your friends, some traditional coffee, local organic products, postcards...

Private parking

Tacacori Ecolodge - Le parkingPrivate parking is provided for your car although this area is secure. You are responsible for your valuables.

DID YOU KNOW ?

nids Oropendola - Tacacori Ecolodge

The Motmot one is accustomed of the terrace of Tacacori. Its song is a fast series of guttural sounds that the english-speaking translate by “mot mot” and the Spanish-speaking ones by “jut jut”.

nids Oropendola - Tacacori Ecolodge