Golfo Dulce Lodge is surrounded by the undisturbed primary lowland
rainforest of Piedras Blancas National Park and the clear waters
of the Golfo Dulce. The lodge consists of more than 300 hectares
(750 acres) of untouched environment away from tourist crowds.
The little complex
of buildings is informally grouped together as a tiny village
in a large landscaped garden right on the edge of the tropical
rainforest and is less than 300 yards (250m) away from the rocky
various ecosystems and the abundance of wildlife will leave a
long lasting impression for nature and animal lovers alike. Adjacent
to the extensive lodge grounds, Zoo Ave maintains a release station
for rescued and formerly domesticated Scarlet Macaw's, thus an
encounter with that magic bird is almost guaranteed. Another attraction
within walking distance is "Casa Orchideas", one of
Costa Rica's most complete orchid collections.
Dulce Lodge is a remote birders paradise in the South Pacific
area of Costa Rica. The lodge is surrounded by the "sweet"
gulf and the lowland rainforest of Piedras Blancas National Park.
Bird Watching guests at Golfo Dulce Lodge so far have spotted
more than 340 species of birds. Many guests have been so fascinated
with the amount of birds, that they have extended their stay in
our private biological reserve.