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Welcome to Celeste Mountain Lodge, Rio Celeste & the Volcan Tenorio National Park


Welcome to one of the greenest, still untouched and out-of-the-beaten track area of Costa Rica: the Volcan Tenorio National Park, boasting the astonishing Rio Celeste, the village of Bijagua, the Miravalles Volcano.

Yet so conveniently accessible!

Softly laying over a mountain top surrounded by primary forest reserves and the National Park Volcan Tenorio, Celeste Mountain Lodge invites you to share our pristine nature environment, our unique contemporary design and ambiance, our Responsible Tourism philosophy, the most outstanding views of both the Tenorio and Miravalles volcanoes, our innovative Tica-fusion Cuisine, our Tropical Hot Baths, all blended in efficient and friendly service.


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Your Gourmet meals, included!

“The best meals we had on our entire tour of Costa Rica”  T. Clusher, USA

“An explosion of delicate and refined flavors, nicely presented on banana leaves” N. Legrand, France

“I couldn’t believe I would get so delicious food included in the rates” A. Thompson, Canada

" Half is well ours, the other half, pure creativity, exquisit." E. Zamora R., Costa Rica

 

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News & Special Offers

offers  SPECIAL OFFERS: for stays between 21st OF APRIL and 10th OF JULY, 2014 (for new bookings only, made as of the 6th of April, 2014) - BOOK 2 NIGHTS AND RECEIVE A FREE NIGHT TOUR ! (value $28 per person) - BOOK A 3rd NIGHT AT 25% OFF ! (full board Gourmet included!)      
NEW & FUN: TUBING ON RIO CELESTE   Ideal refreshing option after the hike in the Park! Inquire with us.   Celeste Mountain Lodge is proud of the visit on property, several times during the months of July and August, of the TAPIR Tapirus bairdii, the largest mammal in Central America, considered endangered, however residing peacefully in our area. This one is a young adult male that comes to feed on guavas, abundant in this season.    

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