At Costa Dulce we genuinely care about our environment and we plant trees for all people flying into our little paradise. This way we can maintain our beautiful habitat, home to many animals, while simultaneously employing & empowering local people in a sustainable economic model. Learn more HERE.

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Costa Dulce is the premier eco-lodge, hotel, beach resort  and retreat centre near San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. We help you host yoga retreats, yoga teacher trainings, fitness retreats, business retreats, family gatherings and weddings. 

THE COSTA DULCE FAMILY 

Clockwise from left to right: Night Manager Heylin, Office Manager Ivan, Guest Services Juner, Chef Rebecca, Manager Tyson, Chef Jimena, Masseuse Milady, House keeping Isolda, Head Chef Elisa, House Keeper Grey, House Keeper Janely, Masseuse Marisela (many team members missing from photo.)  

Managers Tyson, Patricia, with kids Teo, and Ava  

Guest Service Manager Kit is flying high

Juner knows his local flora and fauna

Surf Instructor extraordinair Chilly Willy 

Your driver Irma

Your driver Irma

Our wellness team Mileydi, Maricela, Mara & Hilary

Your Yoga Teacher Ann

OUR PHILOSOPHY IS RESPONSIBLE TOURISM

At Costa Dulce we believe that the most important bottom line is our collective social and environmental well being. To take part in responsible tourism all you have to do is enjoy the beauty of Costa Dulce and you will help us succeed with our many community and environmental initiatives and you can feel good about traveling.
 

A combination of a rapidly growing local economy and global climate change has taken a toll on the environment and our communities. We focus our resources to improve water security for our villages by reforestation and potable water systems, create a diversified local economy through buying local and providing micro financing, countering the effects of land speculation through affordable housing projects, protecting endangered species through conservation programs, and empowering our community members through education and fair paid employment opportunities.
 

Nicaragua is experiencing a rapidly changing climate, causing lasting droughts and taking a toll on our water supplies. We see access to clean drinking water as a priority to maintaining the quality of life in our neighbouring communities. Replanting trees in our deforested watershed is an effective way to both slow climate change and retain fresh water. Apart from our ongoing reforestation efforts we are also working on potable water projects to secure potable water for our neighbours during these changing times. ​

DISCOVER OUR INITIATIVES
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VITAL ACTION PROJECT

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ESCAMEQUITA

PROJECT

As a beach resort and an ecolodge it comes naturally to protect the ocean. A partnership with Vital Action Project  for a turtle hatchery right in front of the hotel has been a great success. In our first year of operation we have successfully released over 10,000 baby turtles. Regular beach clean ups take place, with the hopes of keeping the beach in a natural state. Volunteers welcome!

It has always been tough to get an education in rural Nicaragua. With no local high school the drop out rate is an astounding  95%.  To complete high school kids need to bus to San Juan del Sur and that is beyond the economic means of many families. So Costa Dulce has partnered with Barrio Planta Project on the Escamequita Project. The Escamequita Project will be a school/community centre for the town of Escamequita. 

Collado Reserve and Reforestation Project

Costa Dulce Retreat is a Ecolodge. Which can be somewhat of an oxymoron. People travel long distances ( damaging the environment) to enjoy nature ( the environment).  Fortunately people are becoming conscious of their actions and Costa Dulce Retreat is situated perfectly to mitigate any damage your travel does and you can have the best vacation or yoga retreat ever at the same time.

 

We are working in partnership with Vital Actions to create the Collado Reserve. We preserved 20 acres of land and will protect 1200 acres by 2030. Many guests who visited Costa Dulce Retreat have already visited the reserve. If you have been on our waterfall tour/jungle hike you have experienced part of the reserve and what it is protecting. The reserve is part of the endangered dry tropical forest and interacts with the fragile coastal eco- systems. Guests can help. We have carbon offset program and you have the choice of  actually getting involved getting your hands dirty and planting a tree or two. Click here to find out more.