Located in Southern Pacific Costa Rica on the Osa Peninsula, this tropical resort is a luxury beachfront wonder. It is nestled among 70 acres of pristine rainforest reserve. Situated between Drake Bay and the Corcovado National Park in an area known as “Caletas” (small coves), this area of the Osa Peninsula is accessible by boat only and is one of the most remote and untouched places on Costa Rica’s entire Pacific coastline.
This luxury eco-resort boasts a four level pool and Jacuzzi, fully appointed, beachfront open air bar and restaurant, and a very private boat access only location, just 2 miles west of Drake Bay.
Rooms: There are 11 luxury air-conditioned cabinas just a stone’s throw from the beach. Most feature ocean and rainforest views, balconies with seating areas, pillow-top orthopedic mattresses, ceiling fans, tiled bathrooms and walk in showers.
Highlites: It’s not uncommon to find white-faced monkeys swinging from the trees while toucans and scarlet macaws circle overhead. Guests can tour endless small coves and beaches, fresh-water lagoons, and miles of hiking trails that wind through the rainforest, or book rainforest tours, dolphin and whale watching, scuba diving, canopy walks, sports fishing and more.