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Trogon Lodge

  • Trogon Lodge
  • Trogon Lodge
  • Trogon Lodge
  • Trogon Lodge
  • Trogon Lodge
  • Trogon Lodge
  • Trogon Lodge
  • Trogon Lodge
  • Trogon Lodge
  • Trogon Lodge
  • Trogon Lodge
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Trogon Lodge is a stylish countryside property in the Savegre cloud-forest -offering outdoor activities and bird-watching.

Trogón Lodge, 87 km from San José, offers simple but stylish guest rooms fashioned from polished wood, all set in exuberant cloud forest gardens. The terrain around is rugged and hilly: a collage of green trees and mountains. It’s a peaceful setting at 2,200m above sea level, where you’re soothed by the sounds of the river below. 

There's a shared terrace with rocking chairs, where you can relax to observe the birds flitting through the foliage. There are a number of optional excursions available including hikes, horse rides and bird-watching: the location in is one of Costa Rica's key areas for sightings of the resplendent quetzal.

The lodge also produces much of the fresh fruit and vegetables used in the restaurant and they have their own trout pond, so fresh fish is always on the menu.

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What our clients say

  • This lodge is set in a beautiful garden full of birds and the River Savegre running through it. The rooms are adequate without being in any way luxurious. The food…

    JC, Edinburgh
  • Excellent quetzal excursion with a knowledgeable guide.

    Jp, Exeter
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Our Expert's Opinion

You really do feel up in the clouds in this lodge, surrounded by lush forest and with spacious grounds. I enjoyed the self-guided trails around the property, trying to spot the birdlife and it’s definitely worth hiring an expert local guide during your stay, to help you spot the elusive quetzal.

Hannah
Hannah Waterhouse Travel Expert Hannah had an early introduction to Latin America when her family moved to Ecuador and she returned to study in Buenos Aires for a year before backpacking across the continent.

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    After graduating with a degree in Anthropology and History and having been fascinated by Latin America since childhood by the book featuring photos of Nazca, Juliet first visited the region in 2003. Since then, Juliet has visited the majority of countries in Latin America but has particularly extensive experience with Peru, a country she loves for many reasons but not least, its incredible archaeological richness and delicious food!

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    Heloise started her Latin American journey as an exchange student in Santiago, Chile. With extended summer holidays this was the perfect opportunity to backpack through Bolivia, Peru, Argentina and Brazil.

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    Hannah Waterhouse - Travel Expert

    Hannah had an early introduction to Latin America when her family moved to Ecuador and she returned to study in Buenos Aires for a year before backpacking across the continent.

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