Ecolodge San Luis at UGA Costa Rica



Ecolodge San Luis is a unique hotel within the UGA Costa Rica Campus, providing lodging for tourists in tandem with a rich offering of activities not typically found elsewhere. Being a part of the UGA campus allows for a singular experience of educational and nature based activities, as well as interaction with the local community. You are sure to delight in the environment created by enthusiastic campus staff, fellow travelers, and students participating in UGA Costa Rica Programs during your stay.


The Ecolodge Cabinas are located a lovely 8-minute walk from Reception along an unpaved country road. Ecolodge rooms can sleep up to 3, 4 or 5 people.  Each room has a private, hot water bathroom, security safe, coffee maker with all the fixins for coffee or tea, and double French doors that open out to a balcony.  The Ecolodge's 12 rooms are divided between two buildings, each nestled within the surrounding forest.  A breezeway separates the wings of each building, and offers a wonderful place to relax in a hammock and enjoy the views. Guests can pick up the Camino Real trail just below rooms 7-12 and follow the 3km trail as it winds through some of our protected forest reserve and comes out in the San Luis Botanical Garden. Your stay at the Ecolodge includes most campus activities and typical Costa Rican style meals, freshly prepared using local ingredients and served buffet-style in our dining hall. Please explore what the Ecolodge UGA Costa Rica Campus has to offer with the menu at the left.


The UGA Costa Rica Campus can also accommodate your group needs of all types, such as scout troops, church groups, school groups, and professional retreats, etc. We're happy to help you plan an exciting adventure in Costa Rica!


To make a reservation, fill out the on-line reservations form (above). For more information, contact us at 011-506-2645-7363 or


Please flip through this interactive book to read the wonderful comments our visitors have written about their stay at Ecolodge San Luis!



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