Come to this very secluded rain forest
Situated 15 km inland of the Caribbean Coast of Limón on the Atlantic side of Costa Rica. This 2000 acre (850 hectare) protected rainforest is part of a much larger cattle farm which is owned and operated by the Stein family, who moved to Costa Rica from South America in 1974.
This private reserve is supported by the Selva Bananito Lodge and is called Reserva Selva Bananito. To minimize the impact of tourists only small numbers of visitors are allowed in the forest at a time. Selva Bananito Lodge and Reserve covers two thirds of the land and consists of primary rain forest.
It shares borders with La Amistad Biosphere Reserve, Central America's largest protected wilderness, which consists of parks and preserves of Costa Rica and Panama. This area remains one of the least explored territories in the region, and its biological wealth is only partially known.