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Costa Rica region / lodging question in March

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Four of us (kids - 6 and 7 years old) are going to Costa Rica for the first time. I am looking for a lodge (or two) in the rainforest without too many people but with lots of wildlife (preferably not only birds and frogs) with comfortable accomodations for a family and with relatively easy logistics. For example we can catch an hour flight, that would be OK, but cannot take a five-hour drive. Not too rainy weather is important for us as well although occasional rain is fine of course. We will be going at the end of March. The kids are experienced hikers so we would love to hike around and look at wildlife and perhaps do something on the water although not necessarily).

Which regions / lodges should we consider? We are not too limited by the budget.

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