Spread over 1,000 acres of Central Americas last remaining lowland tropical rainforest, Lapa Rios overlooks the Pacific Ocean. Lapa Rios is built in harmony with the surrounding environment. The main lodge and bungalows line three ridges connected by walking paths. Built over 350 feet above the sea, Lapa Rios receives cooling tropical breezes. The main lodge, with restaurant and bar, is built of local, natural materials. Comfortable, locally made bamboo furniture adds to relaxation in this tranquil panorama of nature.
La Paloma nests atop a high bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean and the lush Osa Peninsula with Caño Island in the distance. Luxurious simplicity and rustic elegance are signature elements of La Paloma Lodge vacation. Whether you spend your days traipsing through the jungle with the expert guides, picnicking with your sweetheart on a deserted beach, sipping smoothies poolside while catching up on your summer reading or receiving a massage, the staff is renowned for their friendliness and ease in making your vacation dreams come true.
A prime location on the edge of Corcovado National Park, luxury first-class service and food, with exciting activities. There are no roads to Casa Corcovado Jungle Lodge, so access is only possible by boat. If the rainforest is all dark tangle, strange noise, vines and slithering action, then Casa Corcovado, standing on the edge of it in a shimmering space of light and calm, is its perfect counterpart. Its remote location is no deterrent to the professional service and amenities offered.
Focused on a colonial style and located in San Gerardo de Dota on the hilltops of the Talamanca Mountain range; guests get a feeling that they are in the cloud forest 24 hours a day.
Guests of the lodge experience the most coveted of travelers’ rewards, an opportunity to savor the spirit of the rainforest. The Lodge was carefully designed for a perfect balance with its natural surroundings. It has been cited by World Tourism Organization for its model sustainable ecotourism practices.