Cascada Verde Hostel, enjoy Costa Rica’s jungle vibes!
By JULIE RÖHRBEIN
Cascada Verde is a beautiful and unique family-run hostel, located in the mountains of Uvita, right by the waterfall and a bit of ocean view!
It’s like being in a giant treehouse: All made out of wood and bamboo – letting a gentle breeze going through the house day and night and enhancing the jungle sounds. Comfy furniture and hammocks are inviting you to take a break and rest during your travels.
We, the owners Julie, Stephan & Luzie – a family from Berlin, Germany found Cascada Verde in 2012 while searching for a new hostel business in the southern zone of Costa Rica after a successful start 2010 in Nosara, Guanacaste.
We are more than grateful to have found this gem, and treat it like our treasure and love to share this paradise with travelers from all over the world!
Please come and enjoy our Cascada Verde hostel with its open terrace decks, its lush tropical garden – we can almost guarantee that you will spot Costa Rican wildlife, like monkeys, toucans, hummingbirds, or maybe a sloth.
We offer inexpensive private accommodation, with private bathrooms. Breakfast is available every day, and we also provide an ample and fully equipped communal kitchen.
Even though we are located up in Uvita’s mountains, it’s only a 10 - 15 minutes drive to the ocean. Within walking distance, you will find restaurants, cafés, doctors, banks, pharmacies, supermarkets, souvenir shops, and the Uvita Information Center.
At our hostel’s „tour desk, “ we are thrilled to organize all kinds of activities for you: a whale watching tour or an excursion throughthe National Corcovado Park, horseback riding, or a snorkeling/diving trip to Caño Island.
We run our Cascada Verde hostel with a great team: We, the owners, together with local employees and international volunteers, are working with a lot of passion so that you can enjoy a wonderful stay in paradise!
Our goal is to create a home for you away from home.
¡Hasta pronto en nuestro hermoso Hostel Cascada Verde! See you soon in beautiful Costa Rica!
Bis bald im schönen Uvita de Osa!
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