The Toucan Rescue Ranch

    San Isidro
    5/5 Rating
    2 Reviews
    From $ 125 USD
    Per Night

    Description

    We have two guesthouses on the Toucan Rescue Ranch property, where you will see our rescued toucans, owls and sloths. The guesthouses help financially support our rescue efforts Our guests sometimes witness the behind the scenes adventures of the staff receiving new animals and are able to walk the property grounds and have breakfast with the baby sloths. An afternoon tour and breakfast are included with your stay. The Toucan Rescue Ranch property is located in beautiful San Isidro, Heredia–the coffee and flower capital of Costa Rica. The property was once a coffee plantation and is set against the backdrop of the rainforest of the Braulio Carrillo National Park.

    Rooms
    Queen (2 pax)
    Ensuite bathroom
    Each guesthouse has a queen bed, single bed, and set of bunk beds. $125 for two people, $20 for each additional person.
    FROM $125 USD PER NIGHT

    Price displayed is an indication, actual price confirmed on enquiry

    Location
    Country Costa Rica
    Region Heredia
    Nearest Town San Isidro

    Details

    • Breakfast
      • Full
    • Restrictions
      • No smoking inside
    • Facilities and Features
      • Outstanding garden
      • Wi-Fi
    • Pets/Children
      • Children welcome

    Reviews

    Overall Guest Rating

    What a beautiful and peaceful place to spend time! Leslie and Jorge were wonderful; made us feel like we had always known them. They are both totally dedicated to their work with the animals, and I especially enjoyed the tour and learning the stories behind each of the animals there. I wish it had been possible to stay longer and completely immerse in the surroundings there. When we return, we will definitely go back to the ranch!
    July 2013

    What a beautiful and peaceful place to spend time! Leslie and Jorge were wonderful; made us feel like we had always known them. They are both totally dedicated to their work with the animals, and I especially enjoyed the tour and learning the stories behind each of the animals there. I wish it had been possible to stay longer and completely immerse in the surroundings there. When we return, we will definitely go back to the ranch!
    July 2013