Located within the Arenal Volcano National Park, this property immerses guests in Costa Rica's wildlife, plus flora and fauna.
A romantic wilderness hideaway, the intimate villas are perfect for couples and honeymooners.
Visit the stunning Arenal National Park and hike to see unique wildlife.
Perched high above the rainforest, the The Spa At Nayara Springs is a serene sanctuary for those seeking harmony and wishing to soothe their soul. Inspired by nature, treatments utilise organic coffee, volcanic mud and chocolate clay; with the private open-air spa pavilions providing views out over the rainforest. When not being pampered, guests can use the steam and sauna room or indulge with a signature ritual. Couples are spoilt with joint rejuvenation treatments and can immerse themselves within the scents and sounds of nature. Expert therapists will ease away any tensions, along with setting the mood for a journey toward physical and spiritual wellbeing.
Achieve your daily fitness-fix with a regime overlooking the rainforest. When not exercising outside on a guided walk, enjoying an outdoor activity, or joining yoga, the indoor state-of-the-art fitness centre is available to keep a spring in your step. Exclusive and Private Experiences With an enticing menu of activities, tours and adventure trails, guests can choose to do as little or as much as they please. For couples wishing to embark on a private tour, Nayara Springs provides transportation directly from the property; along with including guides and entrance fees.
Exclusive and Private Experiences
With an enticing menu of activities, tours and adventure trails, guests can choose to do as little or as much as they please. For couples wishing to embark on a private tour, Nayara Springs provides transportation directly from the property; along with including guides and entrance fees.
Mystic Hanging Bridges
Experience the rainforest like never before with a 3.2 mile hike including 10 regular bridges and 6 hanging suspension bridges. Your naturalist guide will point out different species of plants and animals at each elevation — from coatis and peccaries on the ground to colourful toucans in the treetops. Other highlights of this tour include seeing a 60 ft. high waterfall tucked within the pristine rainforest, along with a stunning view of the Arenal Volcano from the highest bridge.
Lava Fields Walk
One of Costa Rica’s most iconic sites, the Arenal Volcano is shaped like a perfect cone and stands majestically overlooking the town of La Fortuna. Following a huge eruption on the 29th July 1968, rocks and lava were strewn over the area below and now guests have the opportunity to trek over the dried lava fields.
Bird Watching Around The Volcano
Lying on a narrow altitudinal belt on the Caribbean slope of the Tilaran Mountain Range, the Arenal area boasts a unique location where you can see the highest number of bird species anywhere in Costa Rica. Considering migration up and down the mountain, the array of birds is simply incredible and includes tanagers, hummingbirds, toucans, parrots, flycatchers, raptors, woodpeckers and more. For keen bird-spotters, this is a true paradise.
Wildlife Rescue Centre
Assisting rescued animals and showing their commitment to environmental conservation, The Proyecto Asis Wildlife Rescue Centre opens its doors for visitors and locals to see wildlife up-close and to walk through their reserve.
Sky Tram & Trek Tour
Prove your head for heights by enjoying awe-inspiring views of the Arenal volcano and Lake Arenal. Scour the treetops for a huge array of tropical birds, sloths, butterflies and reptiles as you climb and take a leisurely decline on board the Sky Tram Gondalas.
Frog Watching Night Tour
Experience a truly unique tour with Arenal’s only wild frog night tour; and head into the private reserve of the Rojas Bonilla family. Providing the perfect habitat for 28 varieties of frog species, your naturalist guide will ensure you spot everything that glows and jumps in the night!
White-Water Rafting at Sarapiqui River
Promising an adrenaline-packed adventure amidst stunning scenery, the San Miguel section of the Rio Sarapiqui is a great option for guests wishing to spend two hours navigating 12 kilometres of clear mountain water with over 40 different rapids including the famous “ Dos Locos” and “The Terminator”.