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La Paloma Lodge

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All of the rooms and ranchos at La Paloma are furnished with queen and single orthopedic beds, hot water showers provided by solar and propane heaters, and ceiling fans. Each also boasts an artistically tiled private bath, expansive balconies with hammocks, varnished hardwood floors, and a breathtaking view of the Pacific. The Lodge faces west, the perfect direction to catch a magnificent sunset over Caño Island.

Landscaped grounds
Bird watching
Swimming pool
Magnificent sunsets over Caño Island
Secluded beaches

Yoga Scuba Diving Kayaking Bird watching Diving and Fishing packages Primary forest close to the lodge Horseback Riding Massage services

Excellent food including fresh fish, shrimp and chicken served in a family style atmosphere. They also offered homemade bread served at every meal and night time brings rich desserts. Beacause Drake Bay is a remote area melas are included with the lodging. The staff at the Restaurant is made up of a young group of chefs and the rest of the personnel is very attentive and friendly to guests.

  • Daily Tours from La Paloma Lodge - Peninsula De Osa / Drake Bay

La Paloma Lodge nests atop a high bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean and nearby Caño Island, in Costa Rica's isolated Drake Bay.

The resort is spread over 12 richly landscaped acres and surrounded by dense tropical rainforest. We have planted hundreds of plants and trees that are not only lovely to see but also attract a variety of birds and wildlife.

Scarlet Macaws soar overhead, nesting nearby. Toucans can be heard calling each other from the depths of the rainforest. Hummingbirds feed on the brilliant heliconia. White faced monkeys lunch on ripe mangoes, and lizards bask in the sun. The sounds of the jungle surround you.

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Drake Bay

How to Get There:

Osa Peninsula
If you are driving, take the Southern Interamerican Highway that passes through Cartago and continues to San Isidro del General. Once you arrive to San Isidro del General follow the signs to Palmar Norte where you will take a right after the bridge heading towards Palmar Sur and Sierpe. You can leave the car in our Reception Center at Sierpe "La Hacienda" without extra charges and with security 24 hours. Afterwards You will travel with us through the beautiful Sierpe river, the jungle manglars, and then follow the Pacific coast until you arrive at the lodge. There are no roads to Punta Marenco and access is only by motor launch or by air