Our Costa Rica Lodge is to be found at the upper Bananito River watershed in the beautiful province of Limon, Costa Rica. It will take about 3 1/2 hours driving time from the capital city San Jose to reach our pick up point "Salon Delia" in the town of Bananito.
Bananito means little banana and is the name of the river that is born in our Private Reserve Selva Bananito. Selva stands for jungle. Hence the name of our Ecolodge in Costa Rica signifies "Jungle Little Banana". Ecolodge Costa Rica and is allusive to the natural old growth forest we protect in order to guarantee the water supply of the river.
Our Costa Rica Eco lodge, Selva Bananito Ecolodge, is highly distinguished for its conservation efforts because we do take an active stand in conservation by directing and supporting our watershed conservation efforts through Fundación Cuencas de Limón or Limon Watershed Foundation. In order to achieve this goal, we provide logistic and financial support to this Non Profit Organization, through revenues generated by the nature and adventure activities we offer at our Ecolodge Hotel Costa Rica, Ecolodge Selva Bananito.
What does Eco-lodge Hotel Costa Rica actually mean? Very simply, Ecolodge Hotel Costa Rica refers to the services we provide as regular hotels do, such as room and board, but it also makes allusion to Ecolodge Costa Rica, which means that we are oriented toward an environmentally friendly operation as a core value of our operation.
Above all, Ecolodge Costa Rica refers to the location in which lodges are to be found. Selva Bananito, your Costa Rica Ecolodge, is situated in a pristine and natural setting, located at the foothill of the Cerro Mochila, the eastern outcropping of the Talamanca Mountain Range, in the province of Limon, Costa Rica.
Selva Bananito Lodge offers: