A wildlife sustainability
project and venue of

Nestled in the tropical dry forest of the Nicoya Peninsula in the Guanacaste region of Costa Rica. 


With 67 hectares covering volcanic mountaintops, forested valleys, and the fresh flowing Rosario River, Eagle’s Nest offers a breathtaking space to host retreats, getaways and research projects.

With a commitment to conservation and sustainability, our hands-on site provides accommodation, transport, local food, and access to bare nature. Our site boasts a unique proximity to mountain, coast and tropical forest.

From the top of the site’s natural plateau, 360 degree views extend all the way from the Pacific beaches of Nosara and Tamarindo to the northern mountain ranges of Cordillera de Tilaran and Cordillera de Guanacaste.

We are situated minutes from the Diria National Park, only a short drive from San Juanillo, Costa Rica’s most beautiful beach, and Ostional, the world’s biggest turtle reserve.


The howler monkey and the olive-ridley sea turtle are amongst the area’s diverse mammal and amphibian life, along with more than 270 species of birds and over 382 known plant species. 

Our venue is what you make it. Bring your creativity, your expertise, your passion and your curiosity: bring Eagle’s Nest to life.

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