A remote luxury jungle lodge with colonial-style bungalows, Casa Corcovado is set in lovely private grounds in a prime location bordering the national park.
Standing in 68 hectares of extensive lowland tropical rainforest beside Corcovado National Park, the property was designed by an American naturalist and has been constructed with the highest environmental concern. There is no road access – you can only get here by a one and a half hour boat trip through the largest mangrove system of the Pacific coast – which ensures both privacy and tranquillity.
Fourteen individual bungalows offer unpretentious comfort with mosquito-netted beds, ceiling fan, lounge area, large private bathroom with shower, safe deposit box and hammocks. Facilities include a casually elegant restaurant that uses many locally-grown ingredients, a bar surrounded by rainforest and fruit trees that attract birds and animals, two swimming pools - one fed by a natural spring, plus another larger, solar-powered pool - and a gift shop. The lodge is adjacent to half a kilometre of sandy beach which has secret bat caves, cool waterfalls, and an orchid trail. You can have lunch served in your own screened cabana on the beach, where your personal waiter will serve delicious meals accompanied by chilled French wine.
Activities include hiking, birding, diving, snorkelling, horse riding, visits to Cano Island Biological Reserve, plus mangrove tours searching for monkeys, snakes, crocodiles and birds.
The accommodation is closed between mid-September and mid-November.
is featured in the following itinerary:
Discover the natural wonders of Costa Rica’s Cordillera region and Pacific coastline. From the small yet spectacular Manuel Antonio National Park to the hummingbirds of Monteverde, the trip culminates with a few days at the remote Osa Peninsula, a beautiful natural paradise on the Pacific Coast.
When to go: Jan-Dec
Duration inc. flights: 13 days
Price inc. flights: From £3,695 pp
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For a fitting finale to any trip in Costa Rica, take the scenic flight to the remote beautiful Osa Peninsula, on the Pacific Coast. It is a natural paradise with a remarkable species count. You can stay at either a rustic lodges or a tented camp on an idyllic beach amidst lush tropical splendour, surrounded by wildlife!
Where: Puntarenas Province
Ideal for viewing: jaguar, scarlet macaw, tamandua, tapir, ocelot