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Rio Perdido, Bagaces

(4.6/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web)
Immerse yourself in nature at Rio Perdido, a spa resort centered on a series of thermal springs and offering accommodations and a range of outdoor activities. Take a dip in one of the 8 springs just steps away from your forest bungalow. The pools vary in temperature and feature a therapeutic mixture of minerals and vitamins. Choose from 5 different hiking trails through a verdant canyon and volcanic jungle filled with giant rocks. Cross 60 m (200 ft) high hanging bridges leading to lookout points providing views of far-reaching forest landscapes. Other activities include mountain biking, water tubing, and ziplining. To visit Rio Perdido on your trip to Bagaces, use our Bagaces holiday planner.
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  • To get there you have to do a long way and suddenly, lost among hillsides burned from the heat and drought, compare this with raised bungalow in the Woods just behind the Valley with the river caliente. The lobby and pool area are very nice but the Interior of the bungalows is spectacular. The staff is very friendly and welcoming as well as the management team of zipline and tubing have a great organization and fellowship. The hot spring are very specific, personally I would improve the accesses and signs with the signs, and even added a map showing "here you are"! Anyway great place in a warm and dry.
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  • If you love nature and luxury this is a must see. From the moment we arrived,until we left ,the service was top notch. The rooms are super clean and beautiful. The patios are in the tree canopy so you...  more »
  • We drove in on our own after visiting Catarata de Llanos de Cortes. Yup we are in Costa Rica. With the help of a map from our hotel concierge, a gps in the rental, and roadside signs, we made it to th...  more »