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Magical Places don’t have Direct Flights from Major Cities

We spent last week visiting the top luxury travel agents in the US, telling them all about our Cayuga Collection hotels and lodges in Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Panama. The feedback we received from them about their clients’ stays with us was overwhelmingly positive, but what continues to surprise us is how many agents still

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Hotel Aguas Claras
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Costa Rica in a Day? Go Coast to Coast the Cayuga Way

What if you could experience the essence of Costa Rica in a day? Just think, how memorable would it be to soak up two different cultures across two different coasts in the space of 12 hours? You could catch a sunrise on the golden shores of the Caribbean Sea. Spend a morning peddling along the

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Celebrating The Cayuga Way: Three Years on The Global Stage

At the Cayuga Collection, we could find something to celebrate every day. Across our hotels and lodges, we know how to appreciate the little things like happy guests, engaged staff, and smart solutions to our day-to-day difficulties. But now and then, we have some big things to shout about too. And over the last three

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Senda Monteverde
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Want to connect with the “essence of life”? we’ll show you how

Earlier this month, Costa Rica’s tourism board (ICT) launched a new campaign branding the country as “an opportunity to connect with the essence of life”. And while many will associate Costa Rica with hiking in the rainforest, wildlife-watching and surfing Pacific waves, there’s actually far more to the tropical experience. At its core you’ll find

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Caribbean Coast Costa Rica
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Why don’t you manage hotels on Costa Rica’s Caribbean Coast?

It’s a question we get asked a lot at the Cayuga Collection. Everybody who’s ever seen our map of hotels and lodges in Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Panama has wondered why there’s a conspicuous lack of sustainable luxury hotels to be found on the Caribbean Coast. Our explanation – until about two weeks ago –

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