We offer lodging in 2 rustic bungalows with their own bathrooms, as well as a ensuite attached to the family's house, with a maximum capacity of 10 people.
The cabins are surrounded by ample greenery and a space to relax with a fresh cut coconut off the tree in your hand.
$25 per person
$12 per child (6-12 years)
$23 per person/group (more than 6 people)
$12 per child/group
$20 for Participatory Tourism
$10 per person
$8 per person/group (more than 6 people)
$7 per Participatory Tourism
For Reservations or More Information:
Jessica Roldan (506) 8667-2535
Alice Castro (506) 8654 1673
Don Felix Cambronero and Dona Alice Castro are older adults who formed their family of 9 children within the mountains of Rancho Quemado, due to the difficulties of access to their farm, they decided to buy a property in the center of the community, and make a nice garden full of fruits and medicinal plants that have been valuable during the upbringing of their children (because there was no medical attention nearby in those times). Time later seeing the need of some travelers who had to stay in the community by the flood of the rivers that impeded the accesses, and having faith that more tourism would come, they built a small wooden hut and plastic roof and started as cabins Laurels; In 2010, a business plan training was carried out with the UCR and the name of Paraíso Jaguarundi was rethought to highlight the wealth of biodiversity that surrounds them, as well as joining the rural community tourism chain of the ADIRQ and benefiting from a donation project with the CRUSA and UNDP foundation to invest in the improvement of the facilities and build a kitchen. They currently maintain constant visitation and generate employment for close relatives and continue in the struggle to improve the facilities and maintain a warm and authentic service, representative of the Heart of the Osa.