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Volunteers 2017

Macaw Lodge will like to thank the 12 volunteers that we received during April thru September 2017, each one of you contributed to the growth of our ECO LODGE. Open the PDF

June 2016

Last couple of months has been amazing at Macaw Lodge; we were able to plant 5,000 mountain almond trees. The mountain almond tree is an endanger species in Costa Rica; it is forbidden to cut and the green macaw highly depends on it for its subsistence, besides feeding on it, is needed for nesting. We work with the scarlet macaw but we also work with agroforestry and we have selected the almond tree as one of the shade trees to plant cocoa. The fruit of the almond tree is associated with more than 60 species of birds, mammals and insects. Primates, parrots, toucans, oropendola and bats. Open the PDF

May 2016

TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2015, has been awarded to Macaw Lodge, “as many of you know this certificate is awarded to properties that consistently achieve outstanding traveler reviews on TripAdvisor”.Open the PDF

April 2016

It has been a wonderful and busy dry season at Macaw Lodge. We had visitors from different parts of the world. Our reviews are our testimony and our feedback to keep us on track. It is hard to pick one of these testimonies; all of them reflect the essence of what Macaw Lodge is about it: an experience for all the senses. Open the PDF

December 2015

It has been an extraordinary year at Macaw Lodge, we have worked very hard to achieve self-sufficiency in our staple food. We are proud of being 100% self sufficient in rice and beans. For almost two years, we have produced more than half a ton of rice the traditional way, planted and harvested by hand. Open the PDF

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