The Aguila de Osa Inn is secluded on beautiful Drake Bay adjacent to Corcovado National Park and the Caño Island Biological Reserve. In an area described by National Geographic as “the most biologically intense place on earth,” the resort offers adventure seekers a plethora of activities including big game fishing, diving and kayaking. Guided expeditions into the rain forest frontiers of Corcovado and Caño Island are also offered.
Situated on a bluff overlooking the Pacific against a backdrop of vibrant green rainforest, the hotel sets ta high bar for comfort and quality in this lush, tropical setting.
Rooms: With 2 Suites and 11 Standard Rooms each comfortable guest cabin features hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings and fans to stir the lilting tropical breezes. Spacious bathrooms feature Italian tiled showers, beautiful soaps, lotions and shampoos, hair dryers. There is complimentary Wi-Fi, free local & international calls, coffee maker and complimentary local coffee, refrigerator, mini bar with snacks, daily maid service.
Highlites: From kayaking to scuba diving, fishing and jungle excursions, there are plenty of options for the rainforest adventurer. The resort’s trademark is its tempting dining, featuring fresh seafood, pasta and fruit prepared with originality and a distinctly tropical flair.