Nayara Springs, located at The Arenal Volcano National Park, Costa Rica, is an adults-only resort made of a cluster of thirty-five secluded luxury villas immersed in tropical gardens. Located at the heart of Costa Rica’s rainforest, this resort is home to a fabulously lush world of flora and fauna and has been recognized as one of the world’s best destinations by international publications such as Travel+Leisure, Conde Nast Traveler, Forbes Travel Guide, and Trip Advisor. Their heartfelt hospitality, impeccable service, luxurious villas, fine cuisine, outstanding spa, and amazing eco-adventures makes Nayara Springs the premier destination in Costa Rica.
At Nayara Springs the 35 villas feature an oversized plunge pool fed by natural mineral hot springs flowing directly from the base of the volcano. Each Villa has an over sized bathroom, four-poster king-size bed, breathtaking views, an expansive private garden with dual rain showers, and a balcony with a colorful hammock and a sitting area for in-room dining.
Nayara Springs has a great variety of restaurants distinct in look and feel, from an intimate wine bar to a lively Latin bistro to a fine-dining restaurant. Their chefs train around the world and apply those fine techniques to their local ingredients and seasonal produce to delight you with a menu of sophisticated and delicious flavors. There are five delicious restaurants on the property: Mis Amores, Amor Loco, Asia Luna, La Terraza, and Mi Cafecito.
On property bars: Nostalgia and Swim-up Tropical.
Nayara Springs is located at The Arenal Volcano National Park, Costa Rica.
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Reforestation is the most important action Nayara Springs takes to protect the rainforest and the wildlife that lives near and in the resort. Planting new trees reduces the number of greenhouse gases in the air, benefiting the local climate. As those new trees grow, they help rebuild endangered habitats, the leading threat to the health of all wild animal species. They have slowly and painstakingly replanted native species in the forest and set out a tropical garden throughout the resort which has created a natural refuge for birds, monkeys and sloths. They have an extensive collection of tropical plants including palms, cycads, flowering trees, and vines. Their collection also includes different varieties of ginger, heliconias, and tropical bamboo.
Nayara Springs thinks local, they want their local community to thrive. The majority of their staff members come from the neighboring town of La Fortuna de San Carlos. They offer them free transportation, sustainable tourism education, and health services. Some of their additional local initiatives include free early education for their employees’ children, financial support to a local orphanage (Hogarcito de Niños) and support for local artists.
Nayara Springs´ Chef has the responsibility to create unique delicious plates with organic vegetables, fruits and herbs of great quality from what’s available in the region.
Nayara Springs´ villas are sustainable and renewable. Land topography allows this resort to orientate their rooms smartly to maximize the effects of sunlight and ventilation, minimizing the need for air conditioning and heating. They use energy-conserving light bulbs and lighting systems.
Nayara Springs uses water-conserving faucets.
Nayara Springs is working hard to become a single-use plastic free resort. They have replaced plastic water bottles with reusable glass bottles in the villas, eliminated plastic straws, and continue to recycle plastic and cartons.