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Bosque del Cabo Rainforest Lodge

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4 standard bungalows: constructed of tropical hardwoods with palm thatched-roofs, 2 double beds, bathroom with outdoor garden shower, folding doors which open up to an amazing view of the stunning blue Pacific.

6 deluxe bungalows: 3 of them constructed with tropical hardwood and thatched-roof bungalows and the other 3 with stucco and tile roofs. All rooms include king-sized beds, large bathrooms with dressing area and outdoor garden showers and wraparound porches which step down into observation decks with incredible views.

2 Casas: with 1600 or 2000 square feet area, 2 or 3 rooms, 2 bathrooms with outdoor garden showers, fully equipped kitchen, living room area, large wraparound porches with an amazing view of the Pacific Ocean and observation deck.

Stunning ocean views, 500 acres of private forest reserve, fresh water pool, poolside bar, restaurant and tour desk.

Hiking, Tree Platform, Boat Tours, In-Shore Fishing, Snorkeling,Kayaking, Horseback Riding, Surfing, Botanical Gardens Tour, Sea Kayaking, Sport Fishing, Surfing Lessons, Massage, Yoga, Guided Trip to Corcovado and much more!

The hotel´s solar-powered open-air restaurant serves delicious meals in a cozy atmosphere. For breakfast it offers a variety of fresh local fruits and your choice of typical Costa Rican or North American fare. Lunch can be in house or packed to go. Dinners are always a special event as everyone gathers to share stories of the day while enjoying a delicious meal served in a lantern lit table. Guests can also enjoy a piña colada or a mango milkshake at the hotel’s poolside bar.

  • Daily Tours from Bosque del Cabo Rainforest Lodge - Peninsula De Osa / Drake Bay

Bosque del Cabo Rainforest Lodge is located at the very tip of the Osa Peninsula in a private 550 acre forest reserve flanked on one side by the beautiful Golfo Dulce and on the other by the endless Pacific Ocean. The lodge's ten beautifully crafted thatched-roof bungalows are perched atop the cliffs of Cabo Matapalo, each offering stunning ocean views, modern bathrooms with outdoor garden showers, and porches equipped with hammocks and easy chairs. Lush gardens surrounding the lodge are full of tropical fruits and flowers, and attract many of the colorful resident wildlife species. More than 350 species of birds have been identified in the area and monkeys, coatis, kinkajous, agoutis, and sloths are daily visitors.

The hotel's hiking trails lead you through the forest to deserted beaches on both the Golfo Dulce and Pacific Ocean. Nearby attractions include the wild Pacific coast with tide pools, caves and waterfalls, calm sandy gulf beaches, surfing, kayaking, deep sea fishing, sailboat trips, hiking, horseback riding, tree top canopy and much more...

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Location:

Osa

How to Get There:

Osa Peninsula
Take the Pan-American Highway South to Cartago-San Isidro and Palmar Norte. Approximately 30 kilometers past Palmar Norte is the turn off for the Osa Peninsula, at Chacarita. There is a large gas station on the right hand side of the road, where you will find a sign that gives the mileage to Puerto Jimenez (77 kilometers). After this turn off, the road can be in very bad condition and it will probably take 1 ½ to 2 hours to reach Puerto Jimenez. Fill your car with gas in Puerto Jimenez. Bosque del Cabo is 22 kilometers from Pto. Jimenez. You will have to cross several streams before you get to the lodge. 2 kilometers after you climb some very steep hills and the road flattens back out again, you will find the Bosque driveway on the left-hand side. Take the third entrance to your left after the entrance sign for Lapa Rios. There is an entrance sign (reading “Bosque del Cabo 1.5 km”). The driveway is 1 ½ kilometers long. We strongly suggest that you arrive before dark, as these roads can be difficult to negotiate in the dark.