Karen Mogensen Reserve, Costa Rica

Overnight at Cerro Escondido Lodge in Karen Mogensen Reserve

Hike through the beautiful landscape of the Karen Mogensen Reserve, swim in the crystal-clear water of the "Velo de Novia” waterfall and stay at the stunning Cerro Escondido jungle lodge. Translated as "Hidden Hill," this remote lodge is located in the heart of the 900 hectares reserve and offers you unique access to forest trails in one the richest ecological zones of the Nicoya Peninsula.

Right for You?

Duration

2 Days / 1 Night

Travel Style

Active Adventure, Connect with Nature and Off the Beaten Path

Languages

Spanish

Physical Activity

Challenging workout

Location

Rainforest

Connect

Wifi: None
Cell: Limited
Starts at:

$155/person

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Speaks: Spanish

Highlights

  • Hike to the pristine waterfall & enjoy natural swimming holes
  • Watch sunrise from the observation tower at the lodge
  • Enjoy amazing bird watching while hiking through the reserve

Details

Availability

Flexible Departure Date
All year

Group

2 travelers minimum

What's Included

Lodging

1 Night Community Lodge

Guide

Local guide (not bilingual) and Bilingual guide (extra $)

Room

Private Room, Private Bathroom and Balcony

Food

All meals included

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TRC Viajes

Locally Owned Social Enterprise

Created by women with 20 years of experience, TRC Viajes designs and operates authentic adventures, offering rural community tourism through responsible and sustainable trips in small communities. Here, visitors get to know the Costa Rican people who are protecting forests, rivers, coastlines, and coral reefs. By traveling with TRC Viajes, you can learn about the work performed by local and indigenous communities in relation to the conservation of enviroment, becoming a responsible traveler, and leaving your mark through promotion of socioeconomic development in rural communities.

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Getting There

Transport options

Bus, Drive (4WD required) and Get picked up (extra $)
To enter the Reserve, you must first pass by the office of ASEPALECO (the local association) in Jicaral. It is important that you arrive at the office before 3:00 p.m. in order to get to the lodge before dark.
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