A different kind of Experience
Agrotourism is an extension of ecotourism, as it lets visitors experience life on a farm or plantation first hand. Ecotourism isn't alone in helping to promote sustainable development in rural communities, as many people are equally interested in experiencing where and how the resources and food they depend upon are produced. Visiting our plantation is agrotourism at its best, because we have so many aspects that make up the whole, such as cattle, silvopasture, tree lots for lumber, fruit trees for food and medicines, native tree projects, bee keeping, soil building experiments and so much more. Our clean agricultural practices mean that agrotourism is really another type of nature travel. The whole planet is suffering from deforestation, yet we obviously have hundreds of uses for wood, so learning about plantation forestry is learning about how to take the pressure off of our natural forests.
Fresh Air and Sustainable Production
Making one's kitchen table or coffee table out of plantation wood rather than old growth rain forest wood is a no-brainer, made even better when the plantation uses sustainable practices that are environmentally friendly. You can actually see nitrogen nodules fixed by trees in the soil if you know where to look, and you can feel what happens to a tree's roots when proper ground cover is removed. These and many other lessons and experiences await you when you stay at our Ecolodge La Pedregoza. What makes us unique is that you can have both the agrotourism and the ecotourism experience in the same location. Relaxation, fun and adventure, all in one.
- $100 USD per person per night all inclusive, plus applicable taxes
- Double occupancy rooms with shower and toilet
- Breakfast, lunch and dinner, plus 2 alcoholic drinks included
- Transport from airport to La Pedregoza and back again
- Bilingual guide, use of kayaks, other amenities