Airport Transfer to Corcovado Lodge
About the Hotel
Corcovado Lodge Tent Camp is an absolutely unique experience in Costa Rica. There is nothing like it anywhere in the world. Located right on the beach on the southern border of Costa Rica’s Corcovado National Park, it is the only nature lodge that provides comfortable accommodations along with such close access to the famous southern half of Corcovado National Park.
The local guides at Corcovado are either Spanish-speaking inhabitants of the Corcovado area or other bilingual personnel who are familiar with the trails of the region. Their knowledge of Corcovado and Costa Rica and its natural history together with their ability to spot wildlife makes them invaluable.
The most popular activity at the nature lodge is wildlife observation from the canopy platform in an emergent tree over 100 feet above the forest floor.
Corcovado National Park is the protected wilderness area with the greatest biodiversity in Costa Rica.
Adjacent to Corcovado National Park is one of the protected wilderness areas with the greatest biodiversity in Costa Rica. Covering a large portion of the western sector of the Osa Peninsula on Costa Rica’s southern Pacific coast, it protects 136,347 acres of shallow lagoons, marshes, mangrove swamps, rivers, rain forests, low altitude cloud forest and 46 km. of sandy coastline. More than 500 species of trees have been identified, as well as 140 of mammals, 367 of birds, 40 of freshwater fish, 117 of amphibians and reptiles, and it is estimated that there are some 6,000 species of insects. The climate at Corcovado is generally hot and very humid, with about 280 inches of rain each year
Corcovado Lodge is fast becoming what we predicted: a world-class nature lodge project on the perfect spot in one of the most remote, richest wildlife areas on the planet.
On a low grassy bluff above Costa Rica ‘s southern Pacific, Ocean beach sits twenty comfortable 10–foot square wall tents pitched on wooden platforms, each with 2 single beds, providing a base for our 198-acre private reserve.
The nature lodge includes a screened, thatched-roof dining room and kitchen, a thatched-roof hammock house and bar, and two common bathhouses, each with 4 showers, 4 toilets, and 4 hand basins.
Electricity is supplied by a small generator, and guests should bring flashlights for illuminating paths after dark.
Daytime canopy tree platform expedition
Overnight platform experience–very popular!