Le Cameleon Boutique Hotel offers upscale beach accommodations within the tropical forest of Puerto Viejo, Limon. The 23 Rooms sit around the pool surrounded by lush tropical gardens, across the street from its Beach Club.

The all-white minimalist rooms are decorated with a touch of bright colours and have all the comfort expected in order to have a restful night after your day at the beach or for your afternoon nap after touring the region.

Should you prefer to hang around the hotel, we offer private yoga classes, Spa treatments in our 'tree-house' Spa, Nunu gastronomic restaurant, lap pool and cool water Jacuzzi, reading/lounging areas surrounded by wildlife and of course La Sula Sea Lounge with its day-beds, hammocks, lounge chairs, bar and restaurant service right on Cocles Beach.


Upon entering Le Caméléon’s premises you will be instantly invaded by a sense of wellness and relaxation. The artistic architecture, the bright white spaces adorned with colored accents, the soothing soft music surrounding the sun-kissed pool and the thriving tropical garden will all assure you that you have come to the perfect spot for your Costa Rican getaway. Every one of our twenty three rooms is fully equipped with air-conditioning, 32 inch satellite plasma t.v., wifi, iPod docking station, minibar, digital safety box and phone and everything you might need to make your stay with us not only pleasant, but memorable.

Our Junior Suites are a great, spacious option for couples. These suites are located on the ground floor, conveniently close to our relaxing pool and Jacuzzi.

Superior rooms are located on the second floor. From your private balcony you have a beautiful view to the lush green tropical vegetation of the hotel’s garden. Each Upper Room has one Queen-size bed in a nice 35 m2 area.

Our Deluxe Rooms are located on the ground floor, their porch open to the lush tropical gardens of Le Caméléon. Each one has two Full-size beds in a comfortable 38 m2 area.

King of our hotel, Le Cameleon Suite is your most luxurious option. It is secluded on the second floor, and with 70 m2 of space it harbors extra details to make your stay all the more enjoyable.


From Puerto Viejo you can enjoy a one day tour whitewater rafting on the Pacuare River, world famous for its natural beauty. A true river gorge, it is flanked by steep, green walls and spectacular waterfalls. Here you will enjoy the feeling of escape from urban life and the realness of being connected with nature.

Is located on a 1300-hectare (approximately 4000 acre) private reserve surrounded by 100% Rainforest. The park is a buffer zone for La Amistad International Park (“Friendship International Park”), which is shared by Costa Rica and Panamá.

The Leatherback, the Hawksbill, the Green and occasionally the Loggerhead sea turtles make their nest and lay their eggs on Gandoca-Manzanillo beaches.The giant Leatherback sea turtle is the one that brings fame to these beaches. The nesting season runs from March – June.

A bird watchers dream come true: of Costa Rica’s 850 species of birds, over half are found in the Caribbean coast.

The Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica is known for its world class surfing. The famous “Salsa Brava” waves start just beyond the coral reef.

The best places for snorkeling are Cahuita National Park and Gandoca-Manzanillo Refuge ,

This highly recommended tour offers a delightful introduction to the wonderful world of the sloth. It includes a one-hour, guided, canoe ride through the bayous of the Estrella River Delta where, if you watch carefully, you may see wild sloths as well as other inhabitants of the rainforest.

Manzanillo is a small fishermen town located within Gandoca-Manzanillo Refuge, just a few miles south of Puerto Viejo. With golden sand beach, tranquil water, palm trees and a splendid coral reef, Manzanillo is the perfect spot for snorkeling, swimming, sea kayaking and scuba diving. Dolphins can be seen in the area.

The Kekoldi people were once part of the Bribri indigenous tribe, but formed their own, separate group years ago. Today, they live at the base of the Talamanca Mountains, in a reserve that is known for migrating birds of prey, green iguana protection efforts, medicinal herb gardens and beautiful handmade crafts.

Galloping along a palm tree lined beach, venturing through jungle trails, exploring abandoned cocoa plantations… sounds intriguing? You can choose between trails, jungle, beach, cocoa plantation or a combination.

Embark in a magical kayaking journey paralleling a coast full of cliffs, caves, and the most amazing rainforest.

The barrier reef stretches from the town of Puerto Viejo to the Panamanian boarder and offers you more than 25 fixed dive locations ranging from shallow coral gardens to deep, fringing reefs and vertical walls dropping to over 140 feet.