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Situated on the Osa Peninsula and less than ten kilometres from Corcovado National Park, the Danta Corcovado Lodge offers comfortable and unique accommodation with a rainforest setting.

Rooms at Danta Corcovado are simple, yet perfectly comfortable; all have en suite bathrooms with outdoor showers as well as views of the surrounding verdant forest. The rooms use sustainable materials very creatively with various wooden pieces of furniture featuring prominently. The lodge’s restaurant serves traditional Costa Rican cuisine, using ingredients that in are season. There is also bar for guests which offers views of the rainforest and a nearby creek.

Danta Corcovado Lodge is based on a 30 hectare estate which has a network of trails through the forest that are perfect for spotting some of the local wildlife.

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Wildlife trips

This accommodation is featured in the following itinerary:

Costa Rica’s Wildlife Wonders

The verdant country of Costa Rica is a must-visit destination for any wildlife enthusiast - this small nation is bursting with fascinating flora and fauna. Our extensive 12-day group trip visits some of the finest wildlife locations within Costa Rica to encounter some of its more exotic species.

  • When to go: Nov-Mar
  • Duration inc. flights: 12 days
  • Price inc. flights: From £3,695 pp
  • Trip type: Group tour
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Corcovado National Park

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
  • Excellent for: Birdwatching

Osa Peninsula

On the Pacific coast, just north of Panama, the wild and remote Osa Peninsula juts into the ocean, combining with Corcovado and Peñas Blancas National Parks to create the country’s foremost natural highlight. It is home to an astonishing range of wildlife, including giant anteater, tapir, squirrel monkey and jaguar.

  • Where: Southern Pacific coast
  • Ideal for viewing: harpy eagle, scarlet macaw, giant anteater, Baird’s tapir, white-faced capuchin monkey