Sueño Azul Resort


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Lonely Planet review

Adventure-oriented tour groups make up the majority of guests at Sueño Azul, a top-end adventure lodge upon a hill. They have an on-again off-again yoga retreat program and the secluded bamboo yoga platform is lovely, but that's one small, ephemeral slice of their business. Their perch on the stunning confluence of the Rios Sarapiquí and San Rafael, and vast property are the main draws. Here's a place with their own suspension bridge, canopy tour and waterfall. They have an enormous stable of gorgeous horses if you fancy a ride. There are hiking trails and hot tubs, a splashy pool, bar and a huge tiled patio replete with leather rockers. Rooms are huge with terracotta floors, log beds and river views, though some can smell musty.

Our independent authors have visited Sueño Azul Resort and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in South of Puerto Viejo de Sarapiquí.

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