Tree House Suite Guanacaste

Two bedroom tree house in teak in a majestic century-old guanacaste with private bathroom and terrace.

The treehouse is equipped with a bathroom and a private terrace. The main facilities of the room include a shower, fan, sitting area and a fully equipped kitchen with fridge and freezer. The tree house is accessible only by stairs.

Daily maid service is available for an additional fee. You will enjoy a perfect view of the forest and the hill. It is an excellent choice for travelers interested in the fauna and flora of Costa Rica.

In addition, you can order any type of meal as we have a delivery service to your treehouse.

About the tree Guanacaste:

Guanacaste is a tree species that is native to Central America, including Costa Rica. Its scientific name is Enterolobium cyclocarpum, and it belongs to the family Fabaceae.

The Guanacaste tree is a large deciduous tree that can grow up to 40 meters tall and has a broad, spreading crown with a diameter of up to 30 meters. The bark is grayish-brown in color, rough, and deeply furrowed. The leaves are large, bipinnate, and feathery, with each leaflet measuring up to 10 centimeters in length.

Guanacaste trees are found throughout Costa Rica, especially in dry tropical forests and savannas, where they play an important ecological role. They provide shade and habitat for a variety of wildlife, including birds, mammals, and insects. In addition, their deep roots help to stabilize the soil and prevent erosion.

The wood of Guanacaste trees is highly valued for its strength, durability, and resistance to decay. It is used for a wide range of purposes, including construction, furniture making, and fuel. The tree’s leaves, bark, and seeds are also used in traditional medicine in some parts of the world.

The Guanacaste tree is also the national tree of Costa Rica, and it has cultural and historical significance in the country. The tree’s name comes from the province of Guanacaste, which was named after the tree. In addition, the Guanacaste tree was the site of the signing of Costa Rica’s declaration of independence from Spain in 1821.

Overall, the Guanacaste tree is an important species in Costa Rica and the wider Central American region for its ecological, economic, and cultural value. It is important to manage its cultivation and use in a sustainable and responsible manner to ensure its continued survival and contribution to the region’s ecosystem and economy.

Prices start at: $300 per night (+taxes and fees)



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