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Yaba Chigui Lodge

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Relax at the family-run Yaba Chigui countryside lodge near an undeveloped stretch of glorious  Pacific coast in Costa Rica.

Popular Yaba Chigui Lodge is a family-friendly, away-from-it-all place to stay set beside a stream running through lightly peopled, tropical hills inland from the southern Pacific coast of Costa Rica.

Managed by a well travelled, English-speaking family it has four cabins on stilts where you’ll feel enveloped by the surrounding foliage. Each bears the a name in the indigenous languages of Costa Rica and Costa Rican culture is dear to the management team and their philosophy.

There are delightful outdoor showers and a small pool, massages are offered and breakfast is served but there's no restaurant: you’ll be helped to make reservations at the splendid French/Costa Rican eateries in Ojochal, the nearby village.

Activities can be arranged such as zip-lining, canton tours, snorkelling, horse riding, surf lessons, rafting and kayaking. The hotel will help you hire a car if you wish to explore further afield for example to travel up or down the coast or visit the Osa Peninsula.

What our clients say

97% of our clients rated their experience with us as Excellent or Good.

Great customer service

"The Lastarria Hotel is well located, the rooms are extremely comfortable, breakfasts and any light snacks were good. The bar and terrace by the pool are ideal for a drink in the evening. There were nice touches like a chocolate by the bed each night, and the gentlemen staffing reception were exceptionally helpful and friendly.”

GH, Brentwood

Tailor made holiday

Our specialists have been expertly crafting award-winning tailor-made holidays to Latin America for 40 years. We would be delighted to create a truly personalised trip which perfectly matches your wishes and requirements.

Jim Ashworth
Jim Ashworth - Travel Consultant

Jim first caught the Latin American travel bug in 2001 when he decided at the last minute to join a friend travelling around Central America – he hasn't looked back since.