Set on its own private bay, Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge is located on the most southern part of the Osa Peninsula. This secluded wonderland is home to many of the country's rare and endangered animals such as wild cats, the Harpy Eagle and Scarlet Macaw. This area has been named one of the most biologically diverse places on earth and contains Central America's largest remaining Pacific Coast Rainforest. Here you'll discover jade waters and endless lush green vegetation amongst unspoiled remote beaches truly a sight to behold and treasure for a lifetime.
The Fish Hook Marina and Lodge is a sport fishing lodge located in the picturesque port town of Golfito. The town of Golfito lies along Golfo Dulce, a large bay on Costa Rica's south Pacific coast. There is a never-ending list of outdoor activities to choose from while staying here - epic surfing, premier sport fishing, rugged hiking, and more.
The Esquinas Rainforest lodge is located in the remote southern zone of Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula. Experience raw beauty at its best in this pristine wilderness zone of primary and secondary rainforest and endless stretches of deserted beaches. The lodge rests on Piedra Blancas National Park, an extension of the Corcovado National Park, and borders the Golfito Forest Reserve. This region attracts adventure travelers, naturalists, bird watchers and explorers.
Casa Roland Golfito Resort is located in Golfito, a small town that sits on the shores of the Golfo Dulce. It’s a quick ride across the gulf to the Corcovado National Park and there are several secluded beaches within striking distance. The resort has appealing features – including a restaurant, swimming pool, tennis court and conference room – that make a trip to the Southern Pacific both manageable and fun.