Five hundred feet above the point where the Golfo Dulce meets the Pacific Ocean, nestled in the unspoiled jungles of Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula, rests Bosque del Cabo. It is located 200 miles from San José and 22 kilometers south of Puerto Jimenez (about a 45 minute 4-wheel drive ride), an ideal place for nature lovers with its secluded and romantic cliff-top bungalows.
This private 300 acre/121 hectare forest reserve is located at the very tip of the Osa Peninsula in Cabo Matapalo. The most common means of transportation used to reach Bosque del Cabo are a combination of airplane and car.
Ideal for those seeking privacy and an out-of-the-way place to stay, which is surrounded by nature (the location is secluded and has a wonderful view of the Pacific Ocean). Active people will not be bored here, and those wishing to relax will be able to appreciate the calm, silent atmosphere of this lodge.
The lodge offers restaurant service, and activities such as deep-sea fishing, sailboat trips, snorkeling, massages, and horseback riding, among others. Guests can hike along the trails that lead through the forest to deserted beaches and an abundance of wildlife.
The houses also include hydroelectric power, hot water and maid service.
The hotel offers 2 standard rooms with 2 double beds, indoor bathroom, outdoor garden shower, hammock and easy chairs, solar-powered electricity, and double folding doors, which open up to an amazing view of the stunning blue Pacific
[/et_single][et_single icon=”no-icon” tab_title=”Deluxe Bungalows”]8 deluxe bungalows, 3 of which are tropical hardwood and thatched-roof construction, and all feature king-sized beds, larger bathrooms with dressing area, expanded outdoor garden showers, hot water, solar-powered electricity, fans, hammocks and easy chairs for lounging, and wraparound porches which step down into observation decks cantilevered over the cliff.
The other three deluxe bungalows are stucco and tile construction, and a little larger than the rest of the bungalows. These bungalows also feature king-sized beds, larger bathrooms with dressing area, expanded outdoor garden showers, hot water, solar-powered electricity, fans, hammocks and easy chairs for lounging, and wraparound porches.[/et_single][et_single icon=”no-icon” tab_title=”Casa Blanca”]
Casa Blanca has 2 well-appointed bedrooms, 2 bath, 2000 square feet/186 sq meter house features a fully equipped kitchen, living room area, large wraparound porch with an amazing view of the Pacific Ocean, and 2 large bedroom suites on either side of the house.
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Casa Miramar has three bedrooms, 2 baths, living area room, fully equipped kitchen, and many porches with great ocean views.
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The Certification for Sustainable Tourism Program – CST – is a product of the Costa Rican Tourism Board and it is regulated by the Costa Rican National Accreditation Commission. The certification is based on an accreditation of a scale of 5 “levels” of sustainable tourism achievement.
CST gives you reliable information regarding companies that make efforts to improve their management and operations to offer a sustainable product. It is also a good tool to differentiate those companies that are truly engaged with sustainable practices, from others that claim to be sustainable but are inconsistent in their actions.
The range of prices scale is based on the following criteria:
$ Refers to Budget accommodation: ranging from $70-100
$$ Medium: $100 – 150
$$$ Upscale: $150 – 200
$$$$ Premium: $200+
These measures are meant to be used as a reference only and they are calculated on double occupancy, standard room, quoted in U.S. Dollars and include a 13% sales tax; on both high and low seasons.
You can always refer to these prices as selection criteria.