Costa Rica is famous as one of the most stunning tropical and eco destinations in Latin America. The country is known for its relative stability, conservation, and peaceful outlook. Go into its rainforests and enjoy an off the grid accommodation in the rainforest. Finca Bellasvista is a community of off the grid rainforest cabins and treehouses. Guests need to get off the beaten track and hike through the jungle to find their eco accommodation among the trees.

Finca Bellasvista is an off-grid paradise and community with around 600 acres including an entire peninsula of rainforest mountain and lots of Costa Rican wildlife. Each rental at Finca Bellavista is privately own and all the amenities, design, and hiking distance from the base camp vary significantly.

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Casa Tamandua Cabin - Rainforest Cabin

One of the more luxurious rainforest accommodation options is the Casa Tamandua Cabin. This rainforest cabin amongst the trees has 2 balconies, 2 bedrooms, a main living area, a dining area, and 2 bathrooms with hot showers. It is powered by solar electricity and comes with a kitchen. It is a remote 3-level cabin with sleeping loft and has an open layout with a modern design.

  • Check-In Time: 12pm - 5pm (No Check-Ins after 5pm)
  • Check-Out Time: 10am
  • Note: No Sunday Check-Ins
  • Walk: Around 30 Minutes Walk From the Base Camp

Cost:

  • $230/night high season
  • $200/night low season

It's an exciting hike to get to it, as one will need to hike for thirty minutes from the base camp (or longer depending on one's level of fitness).

From Casa Tamandua Cabinone's balconies, guests can watch toucans, monkeys, coatis. Relax in the hammocks and yoga mats set on the decks and soak in the smell and ambiance of the rainforest.

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El Castillo Mastate - Rainforest Treehouse

For those seeking a true treehouse in the middle of the Costa Rican rainforest, see Finca Bellavista's El Castillo Mastate. The treehouse is also solar-powered with its own kitchen as a stunning observation balcony. It features 2 balconies, 3 bedrooms (with queen beds), 2.5 bathrooms.

This charming treehouse comes with a master bedroom some 90 feet above the forest floor. It is connected to a contemporary structure by a suspension bridge. It is just right for the ultimate treehouse experience.

  • Includes: Observation balcony
  • Walk: 20-25 minute hike from base camp
  • Check-In Time: 12pm - 5pm (No Check-Ins after 5pm)
  • Check-Out Time: 10am
  • Note: No Sunday Check-Ins

Cost:

  • $300/night high season
  • $250/night low season

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Casa Del Mono - Affordable Treehouse

For those looking for a more affordable treehouse, consider their Casa del Mono. This is a smaller treehouse with one bedroom with a full bed and a full daybed. It includes a balcony and a kitchenette. It is a 25-minute hike from the base camp.

  • Includes: Balcony
  • Walk: 25 minute hike from base camp
  • Check-In Time: 12pm - 5pm (No Check-Ins after 5pm)
  • Check-Out Time: 10am
  • Note: No Sunday Check-Ins & No Electricity

  • Cost: $150/night

Casa del Mono is a two-level treehouse with an upstairs bedroom with work space. From the balcony, guest enjoy great views of the rainforest canopy. Unlike the other accommodations listed, this rental is much more off-grid as it doesn't have any electricity or refrigeration.

Las Torreluna Treehouse - A Rustic Basic Treehouse

The Las Torrelune Treehouse offers a basic rustic treehouse for guests to enjoy. It has a studio bedroom with a queen bed and a sleeping loft (best for children). It comes with two balconies and is located next to a river. Las Torrelune does not have a kitchen or electricity but does have an outdoor hot water shower.

  • Includes: Balcony
  • Walk: No Walk - At Base Camp
  • Check-In Time: 12pm - 5pm (No Check-Ins after 5pm)
  • Check-Out Time: 10am
  • Note: No Sunday Check-Ins & No Electricity & No Kitchen

  • Cost: $125/night

This treehouse is three meters off the ground and is located at the base camp - so one does not need to walk to it. It is a very rustic and basic option for accommodation.

Additionally, Finca Bellavista Treehouse Community has a number of other jungle accommodations designed for various preferences. They offer a chance to disconnect from the outside world and reconnect with nature. It is the ideal option for those looking for a quiet place to meditate or just recuperate. These treehouses are also the ideal romantic accommodation option couples.