Rio Perlas Hot Springs

The Rio Perlas Hot Springs, Resort, and Spa is located in the beautiful and legendary Orosi Valley, with a unique colonial architecture style. We choose Rio Perlas as our sided entertainment resort for your Ayahuasca experience.

The hotel is located on 110 hectares of rainforest and it is close to the world-famous Irazu Volcano. Natural attractions include the lake, waterfalls, rivers, trails, bird watching and so on.

Rio Perlas is a 5-Star Hotel with full-service spa, naturally fed thermal spring swimming pool, containing pure healing waters from volcanic sources, large swimming pool, 2 restaurants and 69 suites. We believe Rio Perlas is the perfect location for our guests to relax and integrate the journey on the hands of professionals. A full day on non-ceremony days will be provided by us, with one spa service included. We visit the resort on Tuesday and Thursday.

We take care of the medicine and lodging while Rio Perlas will make your trip more enjoyable, even being able to bring your family with you.

If there is only one family member interested in participating in the Ayahuasca ceremony, the others can still have a great experience in beautiful Costa Rica. We want you to be around the ones you love and we strongly recommend it.

Spa service offers various spa treatments and massages, for ultimate relaxation and rejuvenation, including aromatherapy and hydrotherapy.
It is also equipped with a Swedish dry sauna, a spa hot tub, a steam room, and Turkish bath/hammam. Some other services include Thai massages, facials, bodywork and more.

The resort also offers a second, separate cold water refreshing swimming pool, with Jacuzzis, hot tubs, smaller pools and a children’s pool on site

There is also a poolside bar and snacks counter located at the pools.

La Taberna del Capitán, the hotel’s main restaurant, located near our Lake, offers uniquely prepared Costa Rican cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, that’s also perfect for Ayahuasca diet.

Additional attractions around the hotel: (some are not recommended for ceremony participants)

Rafting -white-water and regular
Coffee plantations tours
Biking -speed and mountain biking
ATVs -all-terrain vehicles
Horseback riding
Bungee jumping
Mountain climbing
Tours to Irazu Volcano
Hiking tours – various guided through the rainforest
from nature walks to longer hikes through the mountains
Tapanti National Park – Cloud forest tours



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