Tami Lodge

Providencia de Dota, Costa Rica

Tami Lodge

Surrounded by nothing but forests, wildlife and coffee plantations, Tami Lodge lies between Los Quetzales National Park and Los Santos Forest Reserve, where you will find the source of the great Savegre River. Their spacious tented bungalows offer you the adventure of the outdoors while keeping the comforts and amenities usually reserved for hotel, such as hand and shower towels, extra blankets, pillows, shampoo, soap. Your private bathroom and hot water shower will also have open views across the forest below. To add to your experience Tami Lodge does not have any electricity to distract you from the stunning surroundings. Solar lighting directs you to the rooms at night, with a sensor light in each bathroom and 6hr portable lamps in the tents offering that extra sense of adventure. It is simply the best of both worlds.

Right for You?


Flexible Stay

Travel Style

Comfortable Stay, Connect with Nature, Off the Beaten Path and Time to Relax


English and Spanish


National Park, Quiet Area and Rainforest


Wifi: Available
Cell: Available
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Speaks: English and Spanish


  • Immerse yourself in nature while staying in a secluded tent bungalow
  • Tae in sweeping views of the surrounding forest
  • Explore the National Parks and coffee farms located near the lodge
  • Your stay directly supports environental education and development projects in the local community



Flexible Departure Date
All year


What's Included




Tami Lodge is run by Santos Tour and can arrange a variety of nature experiences, coffee tours and adventures for you!


Private Bathroom, Private Room and No Electricity



Your Local Host

Santos Tour

Santos Tour

Locally Owned Tour Operator

With more than 15 years of operations, Santos Tour offers authentic and innovative alternatives for green travelers. They run a unique forest ecolodge, offer amazing treks through the jungle, and can take you on day trips to visit waterfalls, coffee farms and

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Getting There

Transport options

Get picked up (extra $) and Drive (4WD required)
The lodge is located close to Providencia de Dota and has 2 access routes surrounded by the imposing oaks (4WD required). The 1st is through the town of Copey de Dota (20 kms) and the other through Ojo de Agua (14 kms), a small town located only off the Panamerican Highway. The lodge can assist with arranging transport as needed.
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