These Finca Bellavista vacation rentals have an exotic flair and a wide range of amenities for your most unique vacation experience yet. Read about all the fantastic perks you'll have access to when you book a home with the Finca Bellavista Treehouse Community.
Community base camp
The Finca Bellavista Treehouse Community ‘base camp’ enables access to a selection of customized activities, tours, and services. Electronic bike tours, zip line tours, and daily yoga classes are all available, along with a community dining hall and rancho. You’ll also have access to a parking area, reception, and WiFi zone in the community base camp.
A network of zip lines and platforms throughout Finca Bellavista allows for a unique and adventurous view of life in the rainforest. 80% of life in the tropical rainforest resides in the upper level of the canopy. Exploring this incredible realm of biodiversity via harness is a blast!
The bird-watching in Costa Rica is unparalleled. With the abundance of avian life at your fingertips—the country is home to over 800 species—be sure to pack your binoculars for some incredible birding. At these Finca Bellavista vacation rentals, you’ll wake up in the mornings to the exotic calls of toucans, macaws, owls, quetzals, and more. With a treehouse at Finca Bellavista, you’ll be nestled in the heart of these incredible birds’ canopy home.
The community’s grounds are a peaceful, vibrant Garden of Eden showcasing abundant flowers, fruits, and vegetables. Farm fresh organic produce is available year-round from the Finca Bellavista gardens. With a growing body of residents and visitors, this element is expanding into the creation of a localized food culture through a farm-to-table environment in the community restaurant. Finca Bellavista’s future goal is to have a five-mile food ‘radius’ to better support local farmers and continue on-site food production.
Finca Bellavista Treehouse Community is entirely pedestrian-accessed. As such, your feet will get you most places that you want to go. A system of scenic ground trails accesses the treehouses and natural features of the community. Those with a hankering to wander about the jungle will find that the finca’s trails are a great way to explore the terrestrial flora and fauna of the Costa Rica rainforest. For visitors with special needs, the community base camp is currently fairly accessible (i.e. ramps in to the community dining hall but with gravel trails), and hosts groups with special needs for recreational camps a couple of times per year. The vision of Finca Bellavista is to have a fully accessible group facility to host groups with special needs.
Each treehouse (except for La Torreluna) has some type of cooking facility to use. You are welcome to cook your own meals! For guests who enjoy company at mealtimes, these Finca Bellavista vacation rentals provide meal service in the community center, with notice upon check-in. Community meals mainly consist of delicious and fresh plant-based dishes using home-grown and locally sourced ingredients, with meat options available every other night.
Many guests enjoy ‘Happy 2 Hours’ in the Community Rancho between 4:30 and 6:30 p.m. This daily ritual is a great way to meet other guests, relax in a hammock, play a round of cards, or try out hula-hooping. All ages are welcome!
Relaxing riverside massages
After a day of hiking, exploring, climbing waterfalls, bird-watching, and adventuring at Finca Bellavista Treehouse Community, what could be better than a little pampering? The community offers riverside massages in a cabin overlooking Rio Bellavista. Soothe your soul and your senses with a relaxing massage while enjoying the sounds of a whitewater river in the background. Massages in the wellness cabin provide an unmatched relaxation experience for guests to our Finca Bellavista vacation rentals, and are sure to be a highlight of your trip.
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