The Copa De Arbol Beach and Rainforest Resort is nestled amongst 70 acres (28 ha) of pristine rainforest reserve along the South Pacific coastline. Between Drake Bay and Corcovado National Park, this luxurious beachfront eco-resort caters to those travelers seeking an “off-the-beaten-path” rainforest and ocean experience.
Casa Corcovado is located on the northern end of the Osa Peninsula, on Drake Bay. This peninsula is truly one of the most outstanding and untouched wilderness areas, and home to the tallest primary rainforest on the planet. Also, the National Geographic magazine has declared this one of the most biologically intense places on earth.
Situated on the rugged Osa Peninsula, Casa Horizontes B&B is only a ten-minute walk from the town of Drake Bay. The Osa Peninsula is Costa Rica’s most southerly extension, and has a multitude of outdoor adventures for visitors to enjoy. One of the major draws to the area is Corcovado National Park, a natural reserve that is home to the largest expanse of lowland tropical rainforest in Central America. The wildlife and biodiversity that has made Costa Rica famous abound in Drake Bay, and visitors come here to experience the exotic tropical ecosystem that dominates the area.
The ocean view, cliff dwelling Aguila de Osa Inn is located in Drake Bay, on the outskirts of the Corcovado National Reserve on the Osa Peninsula. This absolutely stunning oasis is characterized by jaw-dropping, raw beauty. Corcovado boasts some of the country's best beaches, most untamed rainforest and most abundant wildlife. Drake bay, specifically, is full of unspoiled beaches and emerald blue waters perfect for swimming.
Cabinas El Mirador Lodge is situated on a hill overlooking Drake's Bay on the Osa Peninsula of the Pacific Coast of Southern Costa Rica. The El Mirador location is one of the untouched, raw beauty of jungles and beaches alongside exotic and endangered wildlife. Corcovado is a complete ecological treasure and an ideal spot for nature lovers and adventures.
Pirate Cove Hotel lies along the Osa Peninsula in one of Costa Rica's most biologically diverse locations - Drake Bay. For the avid nature lover or the outdoor adventurer, a visit to Drake Bay is the trip of a lifetime, promising encounters with some of the world's most fascinating plant and animal species.
Las Caletas Lodge is located in Drake Bay on the northern end of the Osa Peninsula, part of Costa Rica’s Puntarenas province. Drake Bay is one of the most inaccessible places in Costa Rica, and for many, it is this remoteness which makes it so special. Lacking the hustle and bustle of any city life, it is one of Costa Rica’s premier nature destinations, a true get-away-from-it-all kind of place.
The Drake Bay Wilderness Resort is located on the charmingly secluded Osa Peninsula, part of Costa Rica's Puntarenas province. With vibrant tropical waters lapping at its shore and the spectacular Corcovado National Park as its backyard, Drake Bay offers world class opportunities for diving, hiking and wildlife sighting.
Hotel Jinetes De Osa is situated in the isolated town of Drake Bay on the northern end of the Osa Peninsula, part of Costa Rica's idyllic Puntarenas province. Due to its relative inaccessibility, Drake Bay offers visitors the chance to see a wild and supremely beautiful part of the country. The area has remained in pristine condition and is the image incarnate many would conjure up when thinking of a tropical paradise.
Marenco Lodge is located 2 miles south of Drake Bay in the heart of the Punta Río Claro National Wildlife Refuge, part of Costa Rica's gorgeous Osa Peninsula. Situated in the southern reaches of Puntarenas province, the Osa Peninsula is one of the most important natural areas in all of the neo-tropics. With its immense biodiversity and intact primary rainforest, the peninsula is a magnet for bird watchers, wildlife enthusiasts, and outdoor adventurers.