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Resting high on the mountains of Pérez Zeledón, Hacienda AltaGracia is consistently recognized as one of the leading hotels in the world. The hacienda-style casitas savor views of the San Isidro Valley. This hotel offers amenities such as three excellent farm-to-table dining options, a world-class spa, and an excess of outdoor activities ranging from zip-lining to horseback riding.
Amid the Brunqueña and Talamanca mountains in southern-central Costa Rica, Pérez Zeledón is an agriculturally rich canton (similar to a county) known for its staggering array of biodiversity. Rolling hills and lofty peaks—including Costa Rica's tallest, the 12,500-foot Cerro Chirripó—decorate the thick rainforest landscape. Of course, the tranquil setting is also rife with adventure, from hiking and biking to rafting and zip lining. Near the historic town of San Isidro de El General, Hacienda AltaGracia is perfectly suited to its location, with traditional "hacienda-style" hospitality and the amenities you expect from the Auberge Resorts Collection.
With 28 stables and an enclosed riding ring, Hacienda AltaGracia is a horse lover's paradise. Mount your steed and take a tour through the breathtaking scenery, letting an expert guide lead you along hidden trails.
The rugged countryside is teeming with adrenaline-pumping adventures. Whitewater rafting, zip lining, mountain biking, and wildlife tours are just a few of the thrills that your concierge can arrange for you.
Get a peek into Costa Rica's famous culinary exports as you tour a coffee plantation, learn to make cheese, or craft chocolate from organic cocoa beans. Or, simply indulge at the resort's farm-to-table restaurant.
The southern region of Costa Rica is a true tropical rainforest that enjoys lovely weather year-round. Whenever you visit, temperatures will be warm and sunshine abundant. You're most likely to encounter rain between mid June and September, when afternoon showers help maintain the jungle's vibrant
hues and vegetation.