The Tree House In Costa Rica Offers Year-Round Warmth And Comfort


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· It is prohibited at Tree house lodge to hunt any wild animals. Please report any illegal or strange activity you might see along the trails, around the hotel or in its surrounding areas.

· Remember to leave natural areas pristine and beautiful. Do not leave any trash behind during your visit.

· Tree House lodge prohibits the extraction of any flora out of protected areas or nearby beaches. Please do not take any samples of plants, branches, flowers or seashells that you might find in our paths, nature trails or along the sand, no matter how beautiful they may appear.

· Keep your eyes down while walking. Be mindful of your step.

· When you want to look at something, stop moving! Look before touching.


We also want you to know that:

· We get our water by gravity, so no energy is wasted for this purpose

· Our water is heated with solar panels on the roofs, the water is stored in isolated tanks for use

· Our septic tanks is kept clean applying bacteria to break down all the organic residues

· All the detergents used in our laundry building are biodegradable

· All the cleaning materials are biodegradable

· Our septic tanks is kept clean applying bacteria to break down all the organic residues

· Our wastewater is cleaned by water lilies.

· We produce our own organic fertilizer using worms to make the compost

· No insecticides and pesticides are used at the lodge

· No animal feeders are used by the lodge


We recycle our waste in different categories: glass, paper and carton, plastic bottles, plastic bags, cans, chemical waste (batteries and lamps), organic waste for compost, organic rest waste and general rest waste

· The lights on the trails are low and pointed towards the slope, to minimize impact on the fauna

· Natural light is used for illumination of our buildings, saving a lot of electricity

· We are reforesting as much as we can at other location owned by the same management

· Local employees are involved as much as possible, preferable from the province of Limon, if not other areas close by.

· We work only with local guides

· The lodge provides environmental education and explain our sustainable practices to schools in the region

· We participate in local and community events

· The iguana foundation is open to every body

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Local small businesses are preferred when buying food, crafts and services such as tourism, transportation, furniture design, craft making and other hotel structures, generating economic stability for the surrounding communities.

· Our gift shop sells products from small local businesses, crafts made of recyclable materials, crafts from native groups, crafts from entrepreneur local women, organic products, and products from associations that work to protect the environment.

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