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We had a wonderful stay at Princess de la Luna! Our family of 5 spent 2 nights here at the end our vacation in Costa Rica. Though it was a bit of a trek to get up there unpaved road to the lodge, you are...More
William and Wilmer are to outstanding gentlemen. I had the pleasure of enjoying the Eco Lodge with them taking care of 11 of us total. They were accommodating, enjoyable, informative, and very in the know with what to do.
Our party arrived in...More
We stayed two nights just after Christmas.... great place to stay. It’s a rustic eco lodge with a wonderful, welcoming staff. Great dinners and breakfasts, very reasonablely priced. We’ll definitely come back as there is a lot to see in Arenal, and William and his...More
My girlfriend,dad,sister,brother in law and I all stayed here for 4 nights. Its very beautiful and secluded and peaceful. The fresh cool air in the evenings and light tropical showers made you sleep like a baby at night plus with all the soothing jungle noises....More
My family and I had the best time at this Princesa de la Luna. Everyday we had a new adventure. We didn't even need to leave the grounds. Our kids still say the waterfall hike was the best part of their vacation to Costa Rica....More
Response from Victoria S | Reviewed this property |
There is a cost for the tour if you want it guided but you are always welcome to explore it on your own, I wouldn't recommend it though in case you make a wrong turn and end up stuck in the jungle. You can use credit card... More
There is a cost for the tour if you want it guided but you are always welcome to explore it on your own, I wouldn't recommend it though in case you make a wrong turn and end up stuck in the jungle. You can use credit card for certain things but I suggest converting dollars into colones at the airport. A lot of food and beverage places do not accept credit card.