Bosque del Cabo Lodge – A naturalist dream to come true
The Osa Peninsula is a unique and fascinating place, rich with colorful local characters and unsurpassed natural beauty. Perched on a cliff overlooking the crystalline shores where the Golfo Dulce meets the Pacific Ocean. It’s nestled in the lush tropical wilds of the Osa Peninsula is truly an oasis in paradise! Bosque del Cabo unique, private cliff-top bungalows offer a unique romantic getaway and a nature lover’s dream come true. Bosque del Cabo has ten private homes offering incredible luxury, as well as fully-equipped rental houses. All of the accommodations hover along the bluff of Cabo Matapalo. Enjoying tropical breezes, breathtaking ocean views and the lush, diverse rainforest at your doorstep.
Spectacular Views of the Golfo Dulce
The restaurant at Bosque del Cabo is centrally located 50-100 meters from each bungalow, and a short walk from the houses. The hotel also has a pool and a bar. So the staff is happy to serve you drinks while you relax in the sun. All of the bungalows on the 600+ acre forest reserve have private bathrooms, outdoor garden showers, solar-powered electricity, and porches with panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and Golfo Dulce. All the bungalows feature Mosquito netting and screened windows for your comfort.
Observation decks for bird watching and stargazing
The three standard bungalows are thatched-roof havens and offer two double beds, hammock and comfortable chairs and double folding doors, which open up to an amazing view of the shimmering blue Pacific. Bosque del Cabo Lodge also offers seven deluxe bungalows that feature king-sized beds, larger bathrooms and dressing rooms, larger outdoor showers, hammocks and easy chairs for lounging, and wraparound porches which lead to the observation decks perched over the cliff.
Hiking trails for nature lovers at Bosque del Cabo Lodge
Bosque del Cabo Lodge is the perfect starting point for your hiking vacation, whether you are looking for a relaxing walk or a athletic hike. There are six main trails that on the Bosque property and several more in the surrounding areas. You are welcome to hike them on your own, or with a guide. Other activities include whale and dolphin watching, kayaking, snorkeling, fishing, surfing, horseback riding and much more.