Macaw Lodge


Resting among the hills and lush forests of Cerros de Turrubares in the Central Pacific region of Costa Rica, Macaw Lodge is more than an eco-resort. It’s a paradise where you can indulge your passions while discovering the genuine natural wonders of Costa Rica.

The Lodge, cabins and other buildings are crafted of reclaimed or sustainably grown materials from their 264-acre oasis and surrounding communities. With accommodations for up to 28 guests, you’re assured a highly personalized experience. Their eco-resort is completely off-the-grid solar power is used to generate electricity and heat water.


  • Lush gardens
  • Close to Carara National Park, home of the macaw
  • Impressive eco credentials
  • Farm to table cuisine


Cerros de Turrubares, Costa Rica

Best time to go

Costa Rica experiences two distinct seasons- a wet season, which lasts from May to mid-November, and a dry season, which lasts from mid-November to April. In any given region, however, the weather is dictated not only by the season, but by elevation and proximity to the sea.

Our thoughts

An eco paradise where you can indulge your passions while discovering the genuine natural wonders of Costa Rica.

  • Restaurant
  • Yoga deck
  • 8 acres of hiking trails
  • Botanical gardens


The cuisine, prepared by a local chef and her team, is plentiful, delicious and nutritious. They incorporate vegetables, lettuces, herbs and fruits from their gardens along with homemade breads and tortillas, jams and salsas, and fresh meats, eggs and other foods from Costa Rica. You can choose from a two- or three-meal plan. Each plan includes breakfast and, with the two-meal option, you can opt for lunch or dinner. Breakfast is often buffet style, while lunch and dinner are served at your table in the dining room overlooking the botanical gardens. 

There are 8 rooms on the first floor of the main lodge building and a further four cabins located in the grounds housing a total of just 28 guests.

Each of the 8 rooms feature two full beds with therapeutic mattresses and bedspreads woven by the Maya of the Guatemalan Atitlan area, a ceiling fan and a private bathroom built from marble extracted and processed locally, solar-heated water, and towels and bed sheets made from bamboo fibre. Whilst the 4 well-appointed private cabins have a double bed and accommodate two people. Each has a private bathroom, ceiling fan, the windows have screens so they can be open to welcome the refreshing breeze and a deck with rocking chairs.

  • Yoga
  • Birding tours
  • Hiking
  • Tours of the lodges cacao, coffee & mangosteen plantations
  • Guided tours of Carara National Park
  • Beach trips to include kayaking and snorkelling

Children of all ages are welcome

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