Lapa Rios is one of eight beautiful, unique properties managed by Cayuga Collection, a Costa Rica based hospitality management company that develops and manages eco lodges, sustainable resorts and green hotels in Latin American and the Caribbean. Below you’ll find more information on all our privately owned properties in the Collection.
Finca Rosa Blanca Country Inn is located 15 minutes from Juan Santamaria International Airport (SJO). Surrounded by coffee plantations, volcanoes and lush gardens, it is a renowned hideaway, famous for its organic gourmet cuisine, superior comfort and guest service.
Converted from a tropical Victorian mansion, this 40-room hotel is ideally located for exploring San José. It hosts one of Costa Rica’s best restaurants and most extensive wine lists.
Spectacular ocean views at this luxury, sustainable hotel with upscale dining in two hotel restaurants and personalized service that exceeds guest expectations.
An exclusive boutique hotel on the Southern Coast of Costa Rica where the rainforest covered mountains tumble onto pristine beaches.
Low-key, high standard living and sustainability coexist at this beach hotel located in one of the world’s best surf towns. An excellent place to unwind, relax and get in tune with your natural rhythm.
Nicaragua’s most upscale nature resort located on a private island. The perfect place for romantic escapes and wellness retreats in a secluded setting.
Segera is a a fellow member of the Long Run Imitative that shares the same principles of sustainability. It is part of an impressive conservation project and perfect setting for an African Safari.
The perfect combination of beaches, nature, wildlife and activities, offering unique, secret destinations for the romantic escape you’ve always wanted.
Give your mind, body and spirit the opportunity to restore themselves in these places of wellness.
Explore special destinations, bond with your family and create lasting fun-filled memories.
INTERNATIONAL ECOTOURISM SOCIETY
THE LONG RUN
ZEITZ FOUNDATION FOR INTERCULTURAL ECOSPHERE SAFETY