THE TROPICAL LOWLAND
Welcome to the Tierra Caliente - that is, the shaded region.
Translated from Spanish, Tierra Caliente literally means hot land. The region is at the bottom of the elevation of the Andes Mountains, it's usually very hot and humid, as in 75 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit at all times.
Most people don't live in the region, favoring the less heated regions for some reason, but be careful to not step on the toes of the people that actually do. Indigenous tribes and farmers (bananas, rice, sugarcane) are the type of people usually hanging around.
Rainforests and grasslands are extremely common. If you're a person who likes to be one with nature, this is definitely the place for you.
Tropical forest in the Tierra Caliente region! Watch out for spiders! Just kidding. Except... not really.
Although a typical house would be made out of a light material - such as bamboo or wood - and raised on stilts to protect from flooding, there are other options to stay, such as hotels.
A lovely hotel pool, surrounded by nature.