This dreamy work-from-rain forest package includes yoga, cocktail delivery, and a private plunge pool.
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Why work from anywhere when you could work from a gorgeous rain forest in Costa Rica at the best resort hotel in Centra America?

Nayara Tented Camp in northwestern Costa Rica was just named the best resort hotel in Central America, as voted by Travel + Leisure readers in the 2021 World's Best Awards. And this year, the property has joined idyllic destinations around the world in rolling out the welcome mat for digital nomads.

exterior view of Nayara Tented Camp
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The WBA-approved property's work-from-rain forest package, which launched in March 2021, includes daily yoga classes and 10-minute massages, happy hour cocktail delivery, and in-room French press coffee. Breakfast and a light lunch (both served in the room) are also included in the $1,150 nightly price.

Nayara Tented Camp sits at the edge of Arenal Volcano National Park, where its private luxury tents boast one of the world's most unique views and nature provides ample incentive to disconnect when the workday is done.

Nayara Tented Camp guest room
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bathroom in Nayara Tented Camp accomodations
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The property's 21 luxury tents are air-conditioned and equipped with Wi-Fi. You can choose to work at a desk with a view, a hammock on the veranda, or from your private plunge pool overlooking Arenal Volcano, one of Costa Rica's most popular attractions.

Nayara Tented Camp
Credit: Courtesy of Nayara Tented Camp

After work, consider taking a dip in one of the many natural hot springs surrounding the resort. Or, explore the area's lush rain forests and national parks, wander the adorable streets of La Fortuna, or treat yourself to a massage. Feeling a little more adventurous? Take a day off to rappel down a waterfall, go whitewater rafting, or, of course, hike Arenal Volcano.

Meena Thiruvengadam is a Travel + Leisure contributor who has visited 50 countries on six continents and 47 U.S. states. She loves historic plaques, wandering new streets and walking on beaches. Find her on Twitter and Instagram.