About Casa Corcovado

Casa Corcovado Jungle Lodge, tucked away in the trees and cooled by the Pacific Ocean, is a 170-acre private reserve comprising beach and rainforest on the borders of Corcovado National Park.

The reserve was set up by an American naturalist who first came to live in the Osa over thirty-five years ago, and who has been working to conserve and protect the area ever since.

Corcovado National Park is one of the world’s last true wildernesses. There are no roads to the Jungle Lodge, and the only access is by boat. Your adventure begins at our private dock and reception center, ‘La Hacienda’, in the sleepy town of Sierpe. Here you will be met by the captain and your guide for the 90-minute boat ride. The journey takes you through the largest mangrove wetlands system on Central America’s Pacific coast where you’ll have a good chance of spotting monkeys, crocodiles and plenty of birds. As we pass through the river mouth and follow the coast, there’s a chance of seeing dolphins, and even whales. Refreshments are served during the trip, and lunch, as well as a complimentary cocktail, will be waiting for you at the lodge.

Built in harmony with nature, Casa Corcovado Jungle Lodge provides the ideal base for your in-depth rainforest experience.