Yes, the water of Térraba is from a municipal supply and is both safe to drink and delicious.
Spanish ability is strongly recommended. If you cannot speak Spanish, you can inquire about a translator for an extra fee.
You are welcome to bring your car to Térraba – we have plenty of parking. You can also reach us by public bus.
Clothing (preferably things that you don’t mind getting dirty), toiletries, sunscreen, insect repellent, recreational gear (hiking boots, binoculars, etc.) and ear plugs are all useful. Mosquito nets are also available upon request.
The bathrooms have sinks, showers and flush toilets. There is no hot water, but a cool shower feels great after a hike.
Some of the lodging is certified handicapped accessible. Roads are gravel in places and traveling to some parts of our lands and forests may prove difficult. Vegetarian meals are no problem, with advanced notice. Vegans will have more limited choices.
If your phone works on Costa Rican networks, it will work just fine here. Internet access is limited and slow, but possible.
Térraba is located 20 minutes away from a hospital in Buenos Aries and there is a clinic five kilometers away. Ambulance service does reach us.
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U.S. dollars are accepted at most, but not all, locations in Térraba.
Laundry, translator, picnics, mosquito nets, handicapped accessibility. Maybe more – just ask! We’re happy to accommodate.