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Our hotel is located in Drake Bay, a popular ecotourism destination in the famous Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

Drake Bay (Bahía Drake) is on the southern Pacific side of Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula. Famed for its incredible diversity of animal and plant life, the Osa Peninsula is perfect for the nature-lover, the adventure tourist and those looking for a relaxing or romantic getaway in paradise.




This Eco Lodge consists of 6 comfortable cabins, all of them facing the beautiful Pacific Ocean .and the exuberant rainforest .of Corcovado National Park.     They are named under  the beautiful flowers of Costa Rica.  Orchid, Bromeliad, Passion, Heliconia and Lantana

Cabins are spacious, well ventilated, rustic luxury cabins engineered to be kept cool using a passive cooling design, avoiding the need for air conditioning. They were built using environmentally friendly, sustainable materials and teak wood from a sustainable teak production farm in Costa Rica. They are provided with  large balconies  with seating area, a king and queen size beds with high-quality mattresses, a ceiling fan, a tiled bathroom with two rain shower heads, and breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and the famous Drake Bay jungle and Corcovado National Park—right from the bed and shower!


  • king size bed
  • Amazing Ocean and Rainforest view
  • Spacious bathrooms with ceramic tiles
  • In-room body massage
  • Complimentary laundry service
  • Solar water heater
  • Screens for protections from bugs


The main attractions nearby our resort are the Corcovado National Park and the Caño Island Biological Reserve, both pristine wildlife-spotting areas that are home to a large number of strange, beautiful, mysterious, colourful and endangered creatures.

Hiking, snorkelling, scuba diving, kayaking, horse riding, zip-lining and offshore fishing are just a few of the ways that you can immerse yourself in the rainforests and waterways of Drake Bay. There are miles and miles of unspoiled  coastline and rainforest trails to explore either on your own or as part of a bilingual guided tour