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Mono titi at Finca Bellavista

Monkey mania!

This majestic little monkey is the squirrel monkey, or Mono Titi. These monkeys are common visitors to the Finca Bellavista base camp in the dry summer months, READ MORE

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Torreluna treehouse Finca Bellavista

3-night deluxe treehouse package

3-NIGHT DELUXE TORRELUNA PACKAGE FROM $524/PERSON Includes: 3 nights in La Torreluna treehouse 3 meals per day (including natural juices) Zip line tour Round-trip transport to/from Golfito Welcome cocktail READ MORE

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The majestic Owl butterfly

This beautiful butterfly is commonly called the owl butterfly. Recently emerged from its cocoon, it was spotted while on a rainforest hike at Finca Bellavista. Do you READ MORE

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My Picture Atlas

Holiday availability!

Are you searching for a place to stay over the Christmas and New Year’s holidays? Finca Bellavista has availability in several newly released rentals. Check availability and READ MORE

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Turquoise-browed Motmot

This feathered beauty is the Turquoise-browed Motmot (Eumomota supercilious). Spanish speakers call this bird Momoto Cejiceleste or Pajaro Bobo. This unique and colorful tropical bird nests in burrows READ MORE

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Fila Cruces at Finca Bellavista by Giulio Paletta

The Costa Rican rainforest

This photograph simply captures the essence of the Costa Rica rainforest… Taken at Finca Bellavista looking at the Fila Cruces mountain range, by Giulio Paletta

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Sloth uses zip line!

Throwback Thursday! To that time at Finca Bellavista when the camera trap caught a sloth sneaking across the zip lines…

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On a budget?

Do you want to experience Finca Bellavista on your vacation to Costa Rica but have a tight budget? 3-night all-inclusive packages in cozy Casa del Sol start at just $245/person! READ MORE

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Save the Harlequin frog!

Friends of Finca Bellavista can help save one of Costa Rica’s most endangered species, the Harlequin frog. Donations to the below campaign, led by conservation biologist Jan Schipper at Arizona State University, are READ MORE

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