Accommodations in South Pacific

This very isolated jungle lodge is the closest accommodation to Corcovado National Park from this end of the Osa Peninsula.

The rooms are all private bungalows built on the grounds of an old cacao plantation on the jungle’s edge.

The bungalows are all spacious, with one or two double beds (each with mosquito netting) and a large tiled bathroom. Electricity and hot water are supplied by a combination solar and hydroelectric energy system. Family-style meals are served in the main lodge, although most guests take lunch with them to the beach or on one of the various tours available.

Late afternoons are usually enjoyed from a high point overlooking the sea and sunset, with your beverage of choice in hand. Access is strictly by small boat here, and sometimes the beach landing can be a bit rough, so it’s recommended that guests be in decent physical shape.

When the sea’s not too rough, the beach is great for swimming; when it is rough, it’s a great place to grab a hammock in the shade and read a book. A wide range of tours and activities is available.

Located in a unique and fortunate position at the very tip of the Osa Peninsula in the southern Pacific region of Costa Rica.

This 600+ acre forest reserve features private, spacious bungalows and gorgeous houses perched a top the cliffs of Cabo Matapalo.

Each with beautiful ocean views, tropical breezes and the rainforest at your doorstep.

Bosque Del Cabo is a romantic getaway and a naturalist’s dream, come true.

Experience a taste of paradise and unimaginable wildlife adventures in this extraordinary first-class Costa Rican destination!

Accessible exclusively by boat.

Playa Cativo Eco Lodge is nestled in the tranquil waters of Golfo Dulce, near Osa Peninsula in southern Costa Rica.

Unique in its native beauty and seclusion, Playa Cativo is a beachfront boutique hotel offering an unparalleled experience 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.

El Remanso Lodge is located on the South West Pacific side of the Osa Peninsula.

With the nearby Corcovado National Park, the hotel’s 160 acres of private reserve offer unique possibilities to discover the magic of a tropical rainforest.  There are plenty of activities for you to enjoy at or around the lodge; for those who are active, take part in waterfall rappelling, zip line, guided hikes in the reserve, and bird watching.  For those who prefer more relaxing activities, lounge on the terrace of your cabin while watching monkeys pass by on the nearby trees.

The El Remanso Deluxe Cabins are ideal for honeymooners or couples who are looking for a romantic retreat.  Both Deluxe Cabins offer absolute privacy in the middle of the rainforest.

‘La Guinda’ is a one bedroom deluxe cabin with a spacious outside deck overlooking the ocean, and a unique bathroom featuring a mosaic-style bathtub.
El Remanso also offers 2 Deluxe Rooms in ‘Casa Poniente’, a two-storey house with two independent deluxe rooms on the upper level.  As its name implies, it faces towards the west, guaranteeing breathtaking views of the perfect sunset on the infinite Pacific Ocean.  Casa Poniente is surrounded by an exotic garden filled with endemic plants, such as heliconias, ‘platanillas’ and orchids to attract birds and wildlife.  Each room has a separate entrance with an independent terrace, conveniently screened for privacy by the surround plants.  Each Deluxe Room has a king size bed with space enough to add 2 additional single beds.

Copa De Arbol Beach and Rainforest Resort is a luxury beachfront eco-resort set among 70 acres of pristine rainforest reserve.

We are located in Southern Pacific Costa Rica on the Osa Peninsula, perfectly situated between Drake Bay and the Corcovado National Park in an area known as “Caletas” (small coves). This area of the Osa Peninsula is accessible by boat only and is one of the most remote and untouched places on Costa Rica’s entire Pacific coastline.

The luxurious Drake Bay resort accommodations sit near the ocean, immersed in the rainforest for an experience you won’t forget.

During your stay, you will be surrounded by the diverse melody of the tropical rainforest and peaceful rhythm of the ocean. White-faced monkeys swing from the trees while toucans and scarlet macaws circle overhead. Endless small coves and beaches, fresh-water lagoons, and miles of hiking trails that wind through the rainforest make this the perfect spot to simply relax  all day or embark on an eco-adventure experience second to none.

The hotel consists of eight duplex buildings perched along a steep ridge.

Each spacious room is totally private and oriented toward the view.

Walls have open screenings, and the ceiling is a high-peaked thatched roof.

Mosquito nets drape languidly over rooms’ two queen-size beds. A large deck and small tropical garden, complete with a hammock and outdoor shower, more than double the living space.