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Corcovado Wilderness Lodge


Osa Peninsula (The Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica)


This carefully-designed lodge is tucked away in a 70 hectare private reserve, bordering the Corcovado national park and overlooking the Pacific ocean. There are two swimming pools, a spring-fed swimming pool hidden away beside a small stream and a main pool near the reception area, and the nearby beach is half a kilometre long. It was previously called Casa Corcovado.


Hiking, riding, wildlife watching, kayaking, sport fishing and snorkelling at the Caño Island reserve. Guests can walk down to the beach or take a shuttle bus.


The bungalows have been built using materials and techniques local to the Osa peninsula. The rooms have ceiling fans, air-conditioning and hammocks, and the private bathrooms have hot water showers.

Client comments and reviews

Open QuoteThe transfer from Sierpe was really good and a great introduction to Corcovado Wilderness Lodge. The guide gave us a very detailed explanation about the lodge, how it worked and what to do if you come face to face with a puma! Both excusions were very good and the guides were great. All the hotel staff were very good too. We had a bit of a problem with the room they gave us but they were very good and put us in one of the new rooms on stilts which was very good. They are set right in amongst the rainforest, quite a bit away from the rest of the hotel reception area and rooms, so you do feel very much on your own at night which we liked, but for anyone who can’t walk too far they may find the uphill climb you need to make to get to the rest of the hotel areas a bit taxing. Both the walk and snorkelling trip were very good – we  were very lucky to see quite a few whales and a couple of pods of dolphins too which was a bonus.Close Quote - SJ (February 2024)
Open QuoteThe flight to Palmar Sur and the onward boat trip to Casa Corcovado was something totally different and exciting. We did like the lodge and we had an excellent guide and saw a lot of wildlife and also enjoyed snorkelling by Caño Island. We were lucky enough to meet a tapir outside our bungalow.Close Quote - PW (February 2017)
Open QuoteCasa Corcovado was a great experience with the bird watching and snorkelling and we also saw a humpback whale on our return boat trip.Close Quote - CS (February 2011)
Open QuoteThe flight was amazing. We were greeted at Palmar Sur by our guide Mario, who was to be our guide for the whole visit. We were a group of 7 that arrived together and we did everything together from then onwards. Our lodge and Corcovado was absolutely beautiful but I would have paid a lot of money whilst there for some air conditioning. The 2 arranged trips were both fantastic. Loved the swim in the river and the snorkelling was excellent.Close Quote - S&MH (February 2010)
Open QuoteCasa Corcovado at the end of the holiday was the highlight. Beautiful lodge, good tours and excellent guides.Close Quote - JB (February 2009)
Open QuoteCasa Corcovado was a little piece of heaven as far as we were concerned! We were very lucky with the group to which we were attached, and have made some good friends. We were even luckier with our guide who was excellent, very patient and had a good sense of humour. I think we wished we had booked in for longer! At least we now know it exists, we can always go back.Close Quote - AS (February 2009)
Open QuoteCasa Corcovado is a beautiful place and offers good tours. The extra bird watching walks 5.30 to 6.30 are first class! They have a special site about 10 minutes walk from the hotel for 'sundowners' before supper - it's wonderful to watch the sunset and hear the jungle sounds. Close Quote - RM (February 2007)

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