Casa Corcovado Jungle Lodge offers the closest
accommodations to Corcovado National Park and provides the
ideal base for your in-depth rainforest experience.
Any travel plan to Costa Rica
should include a stay in the tropical rainforest. The last
Pacific lowland rainforest of sustainable size in Central
America is found in Corcovado National Park. Corcovado has
been called "The most biologically intense place on
Earth" by no less an authority than the National Geographic
Access to Casa Corcovado Jungle Lodge is only
by motor launch. The adventure begins two hours before your
arrival as the launch leaves the Sierpe River and follows
the Pacific coast. Your accommodations at this "Lost
World" are artfully-appointed individual bungalows
offering tiled floors, hot showers and ceiling fans.
The Lodge is supplied with mountain spring
water, and is surrounded by virgin rainforest. Electricity
is provided 24 hours a day by hydroelectric and solar systems.
This is your opportunity to discover the vibrant life
of the rainforest. Enjoy beach-combing on our half-kilometer-long
pristine beach then refresh yourself under a waterfall.
Casa Corcovado is the closest lodge to Caņo Island Biological
Reserve, a diver's paradise. Here you can picnic on a white
sand beach sheltered by coconut palms and snorkel among
the coral reefs.
Guided tours to both the park and the island
are included in Casa Corcovado's 4-day package. Kayaks are
available for on a beautiful tropical beach perfect
for swimming or snorkeling. Scuba diving and sportfishing
excursions can be arranged, or enjoy a Kayak excursion to
San Josecito, a beautiful beach.
Comfortable accommodations, unforgettable
meals, informative guides and accessibility to both Corcovado
Park and Caņo Island are not all that's offered. A sense
of sharing the adventure, participating in a cultural experience
and earning a broader understanding of the fragile ecology
of the rainforest, will make this a voyage to remember for
a lifetime. Anything less is just a vacation.
Our tours are geared towards the serious minded
naturalist, hiker, photographer, birder, and adventurer.
Due to the remote location, tours involve surf launches
and landings. We recommend these tours for those in good