A sanctuary for bird lovers tucked in the jungle of Costa Rica
Finca Bellavista Treehouse Community is tucked near Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula, which is home to more than 463 different species of birds! This unique area is the idea spot for bird enthusiasts to come and see a wide variety of colorful flying friends. Guests at Finca Bellavista can pick up on different bird sounds and watch them soar by right from the comfort of their custom designed treehouse. See some our tips below if you would like to make a trip down to Finca Bellavista Treehouse Community to see for yourself:
When to visit Finca Bellavista Treehouse Community
The most ideal time to visit this area of Costa Rica is any time of the year! Do keep in mind that bird activity in Costa Rica is at a higher level during the wet season (April – December). During the wet season, there is still plenty of time to go hiking, visit waterfalls, and catch some sun rays. There is still plenty of opportunities to spot these species during the drier season and guests love spending the time outdoors taking in all of the new smells, sounds, and sights that Costa Rica has to offer.
Guests can reach Finca Bellavista by plane, bus, car, or taxi! There is a smaller regional airport located in the town of Golfito in South Pacific Costa Rica which guests may fly into from the international airport in San Jose. The driving distance to Finca Bellavista is 5-6 hours from the international airport in San Jose. Guests must have a 4×4 vehicle to make it up the last 3 kilometers into the jungle. The journey down the coastline to Finca Bellavista Treehouse Community, whether it be by air or on the road, will certainly be a beautiful and exciting one! There are many beaches and fun pit stops along the way and so much to explore here in Costa Rica. Birders and tourists who come to experience the natural beauties of this area find the extra effort and travel time to get to this gem location completely worth it! Visit this link to see exactly how to get to Finca Bellavista.
What You’ll See
Adventurists down in this area may see a Black-Cheeked Ant-Tanger, Mangrove Hummingbirds, Toucans, Scarlet Macaws, King Vultures, Black Bellied Wrens, Charming Hummingbirds, Yellow-Billed and Turquoise Cotingas, and much more! Visitors also see much more than just birds! A wide variety of other animals call the Osa Peninsula home. While trekking through trails and peering through the forest canopies, one may find a howler monkey curiously looking down and other animals going about their daily routines. The Osa Peninsula is an incredible experience for those who wish to experience nature first-hand and dive into the endless wonders of this area.
For more information on booking a trip to Finca Bellavista to see these wondrous birds and stay in your own tree house high up in the canopy, visit our website to see prices and availability: