Just getting there is a journey in itself
Hotel Jinetes de Osa is a sustainable resort on picturesque Drake Bay. The perfect spot to inspire the budding naturalist. This hotel on Drake Bay is located in the remote beach town in Costa Rica named after the pirate Sir Francis Drake on the northwestern coast of Osa Peninsula. Just getting there is a journey in itself that will get your feet wet from the boat ride and from crossing a shallow river in your path. To get to the hotel, you must take a walk along the beach, but the hotel staff will be there to help you with your bags. You will get your first taste of Drake Bay when you notice your walk is accompanied by soaring scarlet macaws and other diverse wildlife. Do not hesitate to contact us if you need help to plan your tropical adventure!
Hotel Jinetes de Osa Restaurant
After howler monkeys give you a wake-up call at Hotel Jinetes de Osa, you start your day watching the sunrise over Costa Rica jungle from the comfort of your private porch. Breakfast lunch and dinner at Hotel Jinetes de Osa Restaurant are included in the price of your hotel room. Breakfast is served early each morning with fresh coffee with warm home-baked bread right out of the oven. Lunch, dinner and the snacks in between have good ratings among guests who can’t get enough of the rainbow of fruits and the freshest of fish.
Hotel in Drake Bay
Hotel Jinetes de Osa fits perfectly in the landscape of Drake Bay in the South Pacific coast of Costa Rica. The resort consists of twenty acres of rainforest and has three buildings at the beach. Located in two of them whereas the third one accommodates the kitchen and dining area. The rooms are simple but comfortable and clean, at night a fresh breeze from the ocean will cool it. To relax and forget all stress the best way is to sit on the private porch or lie in a hammock, listen to the sound of rainforest and ocean and enjoy the gorgeous view or read a good book.
Drake Bay Activities
Drake Bay is 12 miles away from Corcovado National Park, where the last lowland pacific-coast tropical rainforests thrive. Different nature tours include zip lines, scuba diving, dolphin and whale watching. Also, sports fishing, sea kayaking, waterfall hikes and more. Del Caño Island, just off the coast of Drake Bay, is world-famous for scuba diving and snorkeling. Here you will see great submerged marine life. The island, used in ancient times as an Indian cemetery, does not have as much diversity in wildlife. The mainland but its rich marine life makes up for it.