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Golfo Dulce Lodge

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Deluxe Category
5 detached, spacious wooden Bungalows, comfortably furnished (including fan) and with its own private shower/toilet (warm water until sunset), as well as a large, private veranda with a hammock and a rocking chair. Each room comes with a lockable safe for secure deposit of your valuables.

All bungalows and rooms are named after their individually crafted or painted wildlife motives on the wooden doors as follows:
Standard Category
3 comfortably furnished Rooms in concrete (with fan) with large, private verandas with a rocking chair on the jungle edge or close to the small freshwater pool

Restaurant & Bar
Ceiling fan
Rocking Chairs
Information Center
Beach Ranchitos

The Golfo Dulce Lodge offers boat excursions within the Golfo Dulce and to the Esquinas River as well as guided hikes in small groups through the pristine rainforest. The lodge also offers self-guided tours, boat excursion to the mangrove swamps of the Rio Esquinas, Botanical Garden 'Casa, Horseback-tour , Sea-kayaks, Light tackle fishing, Snorkeling, Safe swimming.

Tropical Restaurant with bamboo ceiling, where delicious meals with local flavor and ingredients are served, hosts a cozy jungle bar and chairs for leisure. The large, covered rooftop observation deck of the Restaurant, furnished with comfortable bamboo sofas and decorated with lush tropical plants, invites for birding while sipping a cold drink.

  • Daily Tours from Golfo Dulce Lodge - Golfo Dulce

The Swiss owned and operated Golfo Dulce Lodge is surrounded by the undisturbed primary lowland rainforest of the Piedras Blancas National Park, an extension of the Corcovado National Park and the clear waters of the Golfo Dulce. The remote lodge at Playa San Josecito is only accessible by a boat ride of about 30 minutes either from Golfito or Puerto Jimenez.

The Golfo Dulce Lodge consists of more than 300 hectares (750 acres) and was bought to conserve the existing virgin rainforest, and to set up a small place for nature and animal lovers to experience the magnificent world of an almost untouched environment on an individual basis, far away from tourist crowds.


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