Puerto Jimenez Hotels
Set in the South Pacific region, Danta Corcovado Lodge is a family-run farm with lodging options on the Osa Peninsula. Danta Corcovado Lodge offers creatively designed accommodations in a rainforest setting 8 km from Corcovado National Park and with close proximity to the Guaymi Indigenous Reserve.
The Iguana Lodge is located in the Osa Peninsula on the South Pacific of Costa Rica 4km from the town of Puerto Jimenez. Surround yourself with the utter raw and untamed beauty of the jungle and breathtaking beaches of the Peninsula just outside your doorstep. Discover the most exotic birds, diverse and exuberant wildlife and unforgettable marine species of this awe inspiring jungle location.
Arenas de Osa Lodge is located in Puerto Jimenez, a port town on the Osa Peninsula. The Osa Peninsula is the top eco-tourism destination in Costa Rica, and has no shortage of outdoor activities for visitors to choose from. In Puerto Jimenez visitors will find sufficient facilities and an ample number of tour operators who can arrange adventures such as waterfall rappelling, mountain biking, kayaking, sport fishing, and multi-day treks into Corcovado National Park.
These cabins offer a comfortable place to stay while you get to know the wilds of the incredibly biodiverse Osa Peninsula. It takes about an hour to drive from here to La Leona, one of the ranger stations that serves as an entrance to Corcovado National Park. This is known as one of Costa Rica’s most vast and untouched tracts of jungle, but Puerto Jimenez puts you within easy reach of some helpful visitor services.
Isolated on the south end of the Osa Peninsula, South Pacific Region, the Blue Osa Yoga Sanctuary and Spa is nestled into the jungle overlooking a secluded beach. Located 8 miles from Puerto Jimenez, this exquisitely designed property creates a comfortable and relaxing ambiance where guests can focus on restoring their personal well-being.
Cacao Monkeys is a sustainable and environmentally friendly project offering 5 bungalows in the town of Puerto Jimenez on the Osa Peninsula, part of the South Pacific region of Costa Rica. The surrounding 8.6 acres (3.5 ha) of secondary forest gives visitors a taste of one of the most biologically diverse places on the planet.