THE OSA PENINSULA ACCOMMODATION LUXURY

LUXURY ACCOMMODATION

Osa Peninsula accommodations

LUXURY ACCOMMODATION ON THE OSA PENINSULA

The Luxury of Being Unplugged

The first ecolodges arrived on the Osa Peninsula in the 1990s.

The Republic of Costa Rica at this time began to widely married its economic future to the relatively new concept of ecotourism and Costa Rica became one of the world’s most prominent examples of sustainable development. In the 1990s, the last of the big mining companies left the Osa, and the first full-service eco-lodges on the peninsula started to developed.

And with that, ecotourism takes hold.

Today, the Osa Peninsula is dominated by Corcovado National Park and its influences on the surrounding lands. And along with pristine Golfo Dulce tropical fjord, conservation has grown. The luxury accommodation below strives to adhere to the true nature of ecotourism while providing an upscale experience. 

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Accommodation by Price

Bosque Del Cabo EcoLodge

El Remanso EcoLodge

Lapa Rios EcoLodge

Playa Cativo Eco Luxury Lodge

Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge

Kunken Lodge

Blue Osa Yoga Retreat and Spa

Encanta La Vida

Iguana Lodge

Luna Lodge

Agua Dulce Resort

Cabinas Jimenez

Cabinas Tropicales

Corcovado Beach Lodge

Chosa Manglar Nature Retreat

Danta Corcovado Lodge

Encanta La Vida

Finca Exotica EcoLodge

Hotel Inn Jimenez

La Tarde Lodge

Ojo Del Mar

Accommodation by Location

Bosque Del Cabo EcoLodge

El Remanso EcoLodge

Lapa Rios EcoLodge

La Tarde Lodge

Luna Lodge

Danta Lodge

Agua Dulce Resort

Blue Osa Yoga Retreat and Spa

Encanta La Vida

Finca Exotica EcoLodge

Iguana Lodge

La Leona EcoLodge

Ojo Del Mar

Playa Cativo Eco Luxury Lodge

Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge

Kunken Lodge

Cabinas Jimenez

Cabinas Tropicales

Corcovado Beach Lodge

Chosa Manglar Nature Retreat

Hotel Inn Jimenez

Osa Rainforest

The Osa Peninsula is a magical place. Within this area exists Central America’s largest swath of intact lowland rainforest on the Pacific Coast and home to an estimated 250,000 of all the living species in the world. Incredible isn’t it! And that’s just what is on land. 

The volume and variety of wildlife you’ll find here is unbelievable. All four Costa Rican monkey species, two kinds of sloths, two types of anteaters, collared peccary, caiman, crocodiles, poison dart frogs and hundreds of colorful bird species are commonly seen. It’s also home to rare species such as the Baird’s Tapir, jaguars and harpy eagles.

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