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Guests will feel fully immersed in nature in this jungle cabin rental in Corcovado, Costa Rica, with wildlife all around. The cabin is made of wood and bamboo, with a tin, reed and palm thatched roof. This private room has a king sized bed or two singles, accommodating two guests. There are a private bathroom and an outdoor shower. The beach is only a three-minute walk away.
This property aims to be the place where people can turn off, tune out and immerse. However, this property offers free Wi-Fi between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Guests will find a restaurant offering local, healthy and sustainable cuisine. There is also a library on site.
Guests can enjoy meals at a long communal table where they can share healthy, organic, farm-to-table dishes with ingredients sourced locally and harvested from the exotic food forest. Dinner becomes a melting pot of creativity and inspiration, connecting fascinating people from around the globe. It can however also be a great time to enjoy a meal with that special someone, so guests also enjoy the option of having more intimate and personal settings upon request.
This glamping site is set on the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica. This property offers a truly social and inspirational experience in the heart of the jungle. An absolute oasis set in the Carate region, guests will be nestled on the south coast of the Osa Peninsula and 42 kilometers from Puerto Jimenez. Glampers will find outstanding and romantic views, buzzing wildlife and a friendly and peaceful environment. This property is close to endless deserted beaches, a crystal-blue ocean, lush green and wherever guests look they will see colorful feathers flashing through the leaves. Defined frequently as 'the biologically most intense place on earth', this location is a true rainforest escape.
Surrounded by forest and bordering Corcovado National Park, this property offers outstanding opportunities to observe Costa Rica’s rich wildlife. Swimming, surfing, boogie-boarding, hiking, fishing, horse-riding, kayaking are only a few of the tours and trips that can be organized for guests.
Furthermore, guests can spend time exploring Corcovado National Park on their own. This area harbors over 500 species of trees, 400 species of birds, 140 mammals, 116 species of reptiles and amphibians and way over the 6,000 identified insects. With a bounty of biodiversity, this tropical rainforest is a photographers paradise. Right on site, guests can learn about the botanical garden which makes up this property. Over 90 hectares in size, this place is a sanctuary for botanists and nature lovers alike.
This property is a sustainable eco-lodge, built on the foundations of land preservation, organic food production, sustainable building, community outreach, and education programs for guests and locals. The environmental impact of this farm is constantly under review by experts and the local staff to minimize their ecological footprint.