Staying at Jinetes de Osa was an experience to remember. Walking to it from the Taxi dropoff was intersting...they do carry your bags thank goodness. You have to ford a small river and then you come to stone steps that rise into the jungle quickly bringing you to a lovely open air pavilion and bar. The greeting is excellent. The food and company was memorable and the guided adventures were very well done. Our Corcavodo naturalist had worked on a National Geographic ship. Advise you to to Serena Station. Okay for the not so great stuff. The walls are VERY thin and you can hear people breathing in the next room. Not conducive to honeymoon activity unless you want an audience. The house keeping staff can get loud if you're napping late and it's hard to read with the dim lights. But none of that was enough to take away from the wonderful general experience of just being there. It was also a good value for money.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Come see Costa Rica as you always imagined; wild, beautiful and unexplored. Be one of the lucky few to scuba dive in the pelagic rich waters of Cano Island or explore one of the last remaining virgin lowland tropical rainforests of Corcovado National Park. Splendidly isolated in the tiny community of Drake Bay, Costa Rica, Jinetes De Osa Hotel is a friendly beachside retreat one hours boat ride down the jungle lined banks of the Sierpe River. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Jinetes De Osa
- Jinetes De Osa Drake Bay
- Jinetes De Osa Hotel Costa Rica/Drake Bay