Finca Rosa Blanca

Escape to a tropical paradise in the heart of Costa Rica's coffee country.

Around every corner there is a whimsy or wonder that is uniquely Costa Rican: a mural of tropical blooms, or a waterfall tumbling amid lush vegetation, a cacophony of birdsong, an incredible cup of coffee. Exploring the grounds of Finca Rosa Blanca is akin to visiting an outdoor museum, where everything down to the recycling bins is a work of art. But the goosebump-inducing moments happen at the acclaimed bar and restaurant, set on terraces with breath-catching views of the volcano-ringed Valle Central. It is here that renowned chef Maria Cordero dishes up exquisite fare that will take you beyond your wildest Costa Rican culinary dreams.

Highlights & Activities

Organic Coffee
Follow the journey from red coffee cherry to roasted brew, from origin to harvest
Finca Rosa Blanca
Finca Rosa Blanca
Toucan Rescue Ranch
Witness these native species and other wildlife up close
Volcanic Lagoon
Stand proud stand on the continental divide and, on a clear day, may be able to see both the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea
Finca Rosa Blanca
Finca Rosa Blanca
Bird's-Eye Biodiversity
Explore the flora and fauna of the cloud forest from its canopy

Regenerative Impact

At Finca Rosa Blanca, quality means enjoying the quality experiences you want – vibrant art and farm-to-table fare, positive cultural exchanges and creature comforts – without sacrificing your values.

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Resort Location

Finca Rosa Blanca

Hotel Address

Santa Bárbara, Costa Rica

Closest Airport

Juan Santamaría International Airport

Travel Time From Airport

20 minute drive

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