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Finca Bellavista is closed to guests for seasonal maintenance through November 13th. We are sorry for any inconvenience this causes in your vacation planning! Finca Bellavista re-opens on November READ MORE

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Newborn gecko

At Finca Bellavista, you never know what wildlife might drop in for a visit. This tiny newborn gecko was discovered exploring a treehouse porch. We estimate he READ MORE

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giant friends by James Lozeau

Price drop on Parcel 32

Are you interested in joining the Finca Bellavista treehouse community, but have a tight budget? Parcel 32 is priced to sell. Measuring in at 5,236 square meters / READ MORE

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Casa Estrella Finca Bellavista

Casa Estrella special rate

Casa Estrella is a two bedroom, two story house at the Finca Bellavista community base camp. This beautiful home is ready to rent, and features in-house high-speed READ MORE

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treehouse from below by jeremy-papasso

Building a treehouse

Have you ever wondered how treehouses are built? Look no further than Finca Bellavista’s Real Estate section for a guide on how the process works! From selecting the READ MORE

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Colorful cashew fruit

One of the best elements of living and visiting in Costa Rica is the huge variety of delicious, fresh tropical fruits and vegetables. Have you ever stopped to think READ MORE

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Treehouse at Finca Bellavista

Lodging sale extended!

Book a treehouse for a visit to Finca Bellavista anytime during the 2016/2017 season and receive 15% off lodging! Offer is valid this week only and expires READ MORE

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GROUP IN TREEHOUSE FROM ABOVE by James Lozeau

Finca Bellavista Trip Advisor

Are you considering planning a treehouse vacation at Finca Bellavista? Finca Bellavista’s Trip Advisor page has loads of tips and insider recommendations for you to consider. Now READ MORE

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Tinamou eggs by Kai Cabunoc-Boettcher

Tinamou eggs

These beautiful, colorful eggs are from the Tinamou. This photo is from Kai Cabunoc-Boettcher, a previous volunteer at Finca Bellavista. These eggs were nestled in the ground READ MORE

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