Tree House is a fairytale ecolodge on Costa Rica's scenic Caribbean coast situated on a 10-acre private land. The lodge is nestled in the lush forest of the Playa Chiquita at the edge of the Gandoca-Manzanillo wildlife refuge. You will get the best of both worlds here. It is a tranquil sandy beach with palm trees sticking out the way they should in a tropical paradise and a Costa Rican forest famously rich in flora and fauna.
The ecolodge appears to be nothing out of the ordinary from afar, but upon close inspection, you'll find out that some parts might be the result of an ayahuasca trip that went well. The wooden structures hide eye-popping colors, bursting with positive energy. If this was not unique enough, a converted school bus has a house built around it. Hammocks and colorful self-standing outdoor bathtubs decorate the five back-to-your-childhood houses. The Beach Suite and Beach House offer ocean views and musical symphony from the sound of the waves. Crystal House, Garden House, and the Tree Houses are tucked deeper inside the greenery of the tropical forest.
The most recommended activity around here is the jungle hike in the Manzanillo wildlife refuge, and of course, snorkeling and diving in the pristine ocean. But that's not all, of course. You can go for dolphin spotting trips, rent a kayak from the lodge, visit an iguana farm, take a bike trip to the indigenous reserve in Bri Bri, go for canopy walks or do wild water rafting.