Half of the Osa Peninsula, separated from the mainland by the Golfo Dulce, is covered by the Corcovado National Park, mainly primary rainforest with more than 400 species of birds and many amphibians and mammals (including six cat species). Humpback whales can be seen in December and January, and there is good snorkelling, diving and superb fishing off Isla del Caño, a national park 530km off the coast.
Our preferred accommodation
means that the hotel is one of our Dream Destinations.
Lodge/Hosteria - Osa PeninsulaThe lodge, known as 'Lost World' is tucked away in a 170 acre private reserve bordering Corcovado National Park, in Drake Bay. The 14 individual bungalows have been built using local materials and are beautifully designed with ceiling fans, mosquito nets and hot water showers (solar). There is a small spring fed swimming pool and guided tours to the Corcovado National Park and Cano Island are included.
Lodge/Hosteria - Osa PeninsulaThe lodge offers a wide range of activities such as hiking along remote trails and rappelling down waterfalls (there are five on the property) so it is more geared for youthful or active guests. There is a canopy tower which is only reached by zip wire.
Lodge/Hosteria - Osa PeninsulaA comfortable jungle lodge nestled in the rainforest on the tip of the Osa Peninsula, with fine views over the sea and a pool. Good food and a variety of excursions available (including riding) to see the abundant wildlife.
Beach hotel - Piedras Blancas National ParkThis is a beautiful beachfront lodge set on 1,000 acres of private tropical rainforest reserve surrounded by the Piedras Blancas national park (a former extension of the Corcovado national park). Accessible exclusively by boat, Playa Cativo overlooks the tranquil waters of Golfo Dulce.