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We had a great time, again at Bosque del Cabo. After visiting another resort in the area multiple times, we tried Bosque Del Cabo last year when we visited the Osa peninsula. It was very nice last year, so we thought we would try it...More
Visited Bosque del Cabo with our Grandkids last year and my wife and I wanted a 4 day getaway while our house was rented for the week. We live in Costa Rica and have traveled most of the country and this is the first Resort/lodge...More
Going to Bosque was an incredible experience, starting with landing in the airport (think Secret Life of Walter Mitty), the trip to the Lodge, the spectacular setting overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the marvelous hospitality, wonderful food, excellent staff, informative tours, and even the great rainstorms....More
We loved everything about Bosque Del Cabo - the food (even catering to GF diet), the service/staff, the beautiful setting and the amazing animals roaming the grounds!
It's hard to think of a place better than this.
It definitely gets HOT and it's best to...More
Fantastic vacation! Beautiful grounds filled with scenic hiking/walking trails, lush land scaping, and multiple outside lounging areas. The ocean views from the rooms is amazing. Great accommodations with comfortable rooms and great food. I am still raving about the fresh fruit. This is a destination...More
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US$414 - US$679 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We were there in late May, early June. I am hot natured. I DID have difficulty sleeping, though my wife did not. I must say, though, that there is no better place on earth to be hot in! We can’t wait to get back to... More
We were there in late May, early June. I am hot natured. I DID have difficulty sleeping, though my wife did not. I must say, though, that there is no better place on earth to be hot in! We can’t wait to get back to Bosque del Cabo.... hot or not!
I've never been in late July but have been there in mid August (twice). It rains, but generally not in the morning and generally only for 1/2 hour to an hour at a time during daylight hours. Bottom line -- I've been to CR... More
I've never been in late July but have been there in mid August (twice). It rains, but generally not in the morning and generally only for 1/2 hour to an hour at a time during daylight hours. Bottom line -- I've been to CR like 5 times in the green season (twice specifically to Bosque) and it's never been an issue.
Check CDC, but this particular area is surprisingly low on biting bugs. We were just there with a 5 and 6 year old and didn't have any worries.
Finally -- make sure to stay at one of the non-cliff edge cabin as/villas. Just ask them which options those are. I wouldn't do the garden rooms with a 4 yo, tho -- going across the suspension bridge in the dark with a 4 yo would be tricky.
If you like to hike and, with the 4 Yo, don't mind pool time and staying around the open area u(lots of animals come by throughout the day), min 2 night, 3-4 ideal.