+800-451-7111 For USA and Canadian Guests

   506-2761-1800 For Costa Rican Guests

   +352-377-7111 Outside Costa Rica, USA / Canada

 

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+800-451-7111 For USA and Canadian Guests
+506-2761-1800 For Costa Rican Guests
+352-377-7111 Outside Costa Rica, USA and Canada

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Welcome to Selva Verde

A TRULY UNIQUE COSTA RICAN ECO-LODGE 

 

Gift Shop

Costa Rica adventure vacation

artesania selvaverdeGift ShopSelva Verde's giftshop, located underneath the dining room has an excellent selection of Costa Rican crafts and gifts for every need and budget. Additionally, items for personal use, such as sunscreen, toothpaste, rain ponchos, etc can be acquired. Costa Rican stamps are available as well as natural history books and Costa Rican guidebooks. We look forward to sharing our unique Costa Rica items from our different area artists. 

 

 

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Puma SVL webNew Camera-Trap Station in Action

Many of our guests are well-accustomed to spotting a myriad of birds, insects, reptiles and other species throughout the 500-acre preserve. It is less common, however, to come face-to-face with some of the larger mammals. Now, thanks to Selva Verde’s new camera-trap station, we have visual evidence from images taken on the grounds of Selva Verde, featuring some of the reserve’s more elusive residents.

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   FROM THE BLOG

Birding at La Selva by Christa Markley

Trip Report: Understanding Costa Rica’s Conservation Success Story

Participants at CRIBC in November learned more about Costa Rica's pioneering ecotourism.

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Amos Bien

Update from the SCLC: Saying goodbye to Amos Bien

On November 19, we bid farewell to a pioneer in sustainable tourism, a founding member of the Sarapiquí Conservation Learning Center Board, and dear friend, Amos Bien. 

 

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   OUR STORY

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The Selva Verde Story

Selva Verde began with one woman's dream of preserving nearly 500 acres of endangered tropical forest and the multitude of species that call it home.

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