It’s not a full-service spa, a fancy hotel, or a canopy tour. When you come to Finca Bellavista, you are staying in a sustainable treehouse community.
Neighbors and friends are local families & farmers, and the nearest town (1.5 miles away) contains only what’s needed to be on the map. No souvenir shops, no tourist attractions, and no rowdy bars.
Don’t expect find TVs or electricity either, instead you will take comfort in a cozy retreat from the mainstream – ideal for travelers and nature fanatics who want to explore the nearby National Parks, private beaches, and epic mountains.
Location - Piedras Blancas, Costa Rica
Price starting at - $50/night per person
More info - fincabellavista.com
words by Eric Christy, photos provided by Finca Bellavista.
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