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No complains at all. We had such a wonderful time. Weather was perfect, rain is not an inconvenient in this proprety, as you can relax under the water in their hotsprings, if it is sunny, you can swim in the cold water pool.
From the moment we arrived at Rio Perdido, it was like stepping into paradise. From the grounds to the service to the activities to the food, we could not have asked for a better vacation.
Check in: was very thorough and we were given maps...More
3 Thank wnr701
Response from Rio P, Founder at Rio PerdidoResponded 29 May 2018
Good evening "wnr701"!
I want to begin by stating that, while many of us at RP consistently read reviews, social media, testimonials, and staff reports, few reports get elevated to the board of directors. This very complete description is one of those!
Here goes: we...More
A magical resort filled with lush natural beauty and ability to see wildlife. Also many adventures right on location thermal river waterfalls hiking biking zip line etc. super friendly service a truly unique place
I recently spent four nights at Rio Perdido during a vacation. I have to say it was the most amazing experience. This hotel is located within the mountains. There are tons of hiking trails you can enjoy, ask for Marvin he is the best and...More
A terrific stop with something for everyone. Relaxing pools and spas, hiking, mountain biking (not easy!), zip lining and a hot springs river to start. A short walk down to the river leads you to a beautiful hidden oasis with beautiful views, warm clear water...More
2 Thank Kristin B
Response from Gabriel S, Founder at Rio PerdidoResponded 1 week ago
Dear Kristin, thanks so much for sharing a bit about your stay.
As I often tell our guests, we only have one activity that currently is not ideal for beginners, and that is our biking. Rio Perdido's trail network is very appreciated by intermediate and...More
RIO PERDIDO is in Guanacaste, 60 minutes southeast of Liberia's international airport, near the base of the Miravalles Volcano. Regional attractions include Rincon de la Vieja Volcano and Palo Verde National …MorePark. The centerpiece of the 600-acre private reserve is a unique THERMAL RIVER that runs for over a mile along the base of a rocky gorge. Visitors access the hot river by descending stone stairwells and trails. There are a couple of dozen untouched river pools to swim in. The ARCHITECTURALLY AWARDED restaurant has sweeping terraces that afford views of the canyons, volcanoes and the Miravalles dwarf forest. There is a full-service spa, a bar/lounge, and 3 hot mineral pools with floating sun decks and wet bar. There are 15 miles of hiking and biking trails. Breakfast, wireless internet and guest parking are complimentary. The staff can provide 24 hours concierge services, tour/ticket assistance and wedding services. Less
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Response from Gabriel S | Property representative |
The closest beaches are no more than 90 minutes away, but I would go a little bit further and visit some of the gems that very, very few international visitors get to see. To the north, there is the very beautiful Bahia... More
The closest beaches are no more than 90 minutes away, but I would go a little bit further and visit some of the gems that very, very few international visitors get to see. To the north, there is the very beautiful Bahia Cuajiniquil; you will find decent info here on TripAdvisor. I'm guessing that you can easily drive there in less than 2hrs... and it's beautiful. If you go another 20min, you'll hit one of my all time favorite beaches, Playa Rajada. This is still a well-kept secret, though you may find other people there, especially if you go over the weekend. There are MANY other attractive beaches, of course. A bit more to the south you'll find Grande, Ventanas, Avellanas, Nerga... these are all beside or near little towns. So if you want to sacrifice a bit of natural beauty in favor of having access to a bit of civilization, you may want to look into these. The good thing about the north is that there are fewer rivers... this means that in months like october (green season), the beaches stay crystalline... whereas to the south, clarity can and will be affected.
is this helpful? sorry for the delayed response... it's just a couple of us answering many questions... but eventually we get to all of them. CHEERS!
Response from Gabriel S | Property representative |
hey there! Marcela is our on-site yoguini and she does offer both, free group yoga and private classes, all on the cliff-side decks, which are the PERFECT place to carry out your sessions. The most recent post on Instagram... More
hey there! Marcela is our on-site yoguini and she does offer both, free group yoga and private classes, all on the cliff-side decks, which are the PERFECT place to carry out your sessions. The most recent post on Instagram (perhaps, oct 16th) is what you see from the pods. If you have further questions, I encourage you to ask our concierge team members. They are happy to assist you, even well before you arrive.
Warm regards from RP!