Hotel de Campo

Caño Negro village, 100 m past grocery, Caño Negro National Wildlife Refuge, Alajuela, 21402, Costa Rica

Under the shade of tropical fruit trees, white bungalows of high-quality wood each contain two bright, sparkling rooms with terra-cotta tile floors and front patios that open onto a central swimming pool. Rooms have either a king or two double beds, a private bath with hot water, ceiling fans, air-conditioning, and lagoon views. All are welcome here, though this lodge is best known for its fishing tours, equipment, boat rental, and the nearby lake filled with tarpon and bass. The restaurant is organic-focused with a menu heavy on Costa Rican fare; Sweet pineapples, juicy mangoes, tart mamones, and other produce from the lodge's orchard end up on your breakfast plate. Due to the long trek to get here—not to mention all the intriguing wildlife—it's recommended guests stay at least two nights.


  • secluded location
  • close to reserve
  • tons of wildlife


  • need a car to get here and road is very rough
  • food slightly overpriced
  • small pool


Phones: -2471–1012


17 rooms
Rate Includes: Breakfast