Nayara Tented Camp Full Review
Relax in Costa Rica
Nayara Tented Camp full review
"It is nice finding that place where you can just go and relax..."
Costa Rica has quickly become the premier go-to travel spot for me. First, the country boasts the most beautiful landscapes and views! In addition, I like the fact that there isn't an overabundance of tourists in certain areas; particularly in La Fortuna where I stayed.
La Fortuna is a small town in Costa Rica, northwest of its capital city, San José. It’s known as a gateway to Arenal Volcano National Park, which has two volcanoes. Active Arenal Volcano is still laced with lava flows. Hot springs dot the foot of the volcano, on the thermal Tabacón River. Dormant Chato Volcano has a crater lake and rainforest trails leading to La Fortuna Waterfall, with its natural pool. There were plenty of locals with whom to interact in the town, and from what I could see, many of the resort guests took advantage of the countless amenities and restaurants on the property at Nayara Tented Camp.
Services and Facilities of the Resort
On a visit a year ago, my fellow travelers and I stayed in the garden villa which is situated at the bottom of the hill and rainforest. We were lucky enough to snag one of the ultra-luxurious Tented Camp villas on the hill with a clear unobstructed view of the Arenal Volcano.
Each spacious tent was situated on stilts to maximize the stunning vistas with a minimal footprint. The room was furnished with a four-poster king bed flanked by mosquito nets. It was 1,700 square feet of space consisting of two twin day beds, a private plunge pool fed by natural mineral hot springs, a terrace daybed, table and chairs perfect for playing cards, eating dinner, complimentary laundry service, with minibar included, and turn down service. Check out their website here for a full list of what’s included in the Tented Camp Experience.