|This private, 500+ acre forest reserve is flanked on one side by the Golfo Dulce and on the other by the Pacific Ocean. Private, spacious bungalows perched atop the cliffs of Cabo Matapalo offer beautiful ocean views, tropical breezes and the rainforest at your doorstep. Hiking trails lead you through the forest to deserted beaches on both the Golfo Dulce and Pacific Ocean. Bosque del Cabo is owner operated and dedicated to forest preservation.|
|The Peninsula de Osa is one of the most biologically diverse places in existence, boasting over 750 species of trees, 117 species of reptiles, and almost 10,000 species of insects. The Osa Peninsula is also home to Corcovado National Park, which covers approximately 100,000 acres of land, and is renown as the crown jewel of the Costa Rican national parks system.|
|Lush gardens surrounding the lodge are full of tropical fruits and flowers, and attract many of the colorful resident wildlife species. More than 350 species of birds have been identified in the area, residents of the area include flocks of macaws, toucans, and parrots. Monkeys and other mammals such as coatis, kinkajous, agoutis, and sloths are daily visitors.|
|Bosque del Cabo has ten crafted thatched-roof bungalows, each offering stunning ocean views, modern bathrooms with outdoor garden showers, and porches equipped with hammocks and easy chairs. The bungalows are romantic and private, stirred by warm tropical breezes and echoing with rhythms of the pounding surf below, and they include amenities such as hot water, fans, power, and maid service.|
|All of the bungalows have private bathrooms, outdoor garden showers, solar-powered electricity, and porches with spectacular views of the Gulfo Dulce and Pacific Ocean. We have also included mosquito netting and screened windows in all of the bungalows, for your comfort.
Our four standard bungalows are constructed of tropical hardwoods with thatched-roofs. They offer 2 double beds, indoor bathroom, outdoor garden shower, hammock and easy chairs, solar-powered electricity, and double folding doors, which open up to an amazing view of the stunning blue Pacific.
|Bosque del Cabo also offers 6 deluxe bungalows. 3 of the bungalows are tropical hardwood and thatched-roof construction, and feature king-sized beds, larger bathrooms with dressing area, expanded outdoor garden showers, hot water, solar-powered electricity, fans, hammocks and easy chairs for lounging, and wraparound porches which step down into observation decks cantilevered over the cliff. The views from these decks are incredible, perfect for birdwatching or stargazing.|
|The other three deluxe bungalows are stucco and tile construction, and a little larger than the rest of the bungalows. These bungalows also feature king-sized beds, larger bathrooms with dressing area, expanded outdoor garden showers, hot water, solar-powered electricity, fans, hammocks and easy chairs for lounging, and wraparound porches.|
|We also have two rental houses, with all the comforts of home yet located in the rainforest and over-looking the ocean.|
|Casa Blanca, a 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 2000 square foot home. Decorated in a classic “tropical” style, fully equipped kitchen, living room area, large wraparound porch with view of the Pacific Ocean, step-down sundeck, and 2 large bedroom suites on either side of the house. The master bedroom has a king-sized bed and the other bedroom has 2 queen-sized beds. The house also has hydroelectric power, hot water, ceiling fans, and maid service.|
|Casa Miramar, which is actually three small houses linked together by “heliconia” lined pathways and beautiful planters, comprising a total of 1600 square feet, 3 bedrooms (2 with one queen sized bed and one twin daybed and 1 with two double beds), 2 full bathrooms, outdoor garden shower, large living room/kitchen area, fully equipped kitchen, observation deck and many porches. The house has solar power, fans, hot water, and maid service. The house is 600 feet from the restaurant area and provides total privacy.|
|Our private, solar-powered, open-air restaurant serves delicious meals in a friendly atmosphere. Breakfast offers a variety of fresh, local fruits and your choice of typical Costa Rican or North American fare. Lunch can be in house or packed to go. Dinners are always a special event; everyone gathers to share stories of the day while enjoying a plentiful and delicious meal served by lantern light. And enjoy a pina colada or a mango milkshake at our poolside bar.|
|Bosque del Cabo is located approximately 200 miles from San Jose, at the very tip of the Osa Peninsula.22 kilometers south of Puerto Jimenez (about a 45 minute 4-wheel drive ride). The lodge sits atop Cabo Matapalo, on the road halfway between Puerto Jimenez and Corcovado National Park.
Trails on the property allow for further exploration into the rainforest where you will enjoy refreshing natural pools and waterfalls, and an abundance of wildlife. You can spend many days hiking and exploring the natural beauty of Bosque del Cabo and the surrounding area, or just relax by the pool or on the deck, watching the macaws fly by and listening to the monkeys howl.
|There are many fun, exciting, and unique adventures to enjoy here at Bosque like Hiking, Tree Platform, Boat Tours, In-Shore Fishing, Snorkeling, Kayaking, Horseback Riding, Surfing, Botanical Gardens Tour, Sea Kayaking, Sport Fishing, Surfing Lessons, Massage, Yoga, Guided Trip to Corcovado, Jungle Massage. Check out some of the Bosque del Cabo Activities|
NOTE: <A new government program to protect Corcovado National Park and Caño Island Biological Reserve limits the amount of visitors allowed. For high season it is important to book well in advance to guarantee access for tours to these areas.
|CABIN RATES $150 - $325|
NOTE: A new government program to protect Corcovado National Park and Caño Island Biological Reserve limits the amount of visitors allowed. For high season it is important to book well in advance to guarantee access for tours to these areas.
|HOUSE RATES $400 - $475|
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