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.