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Dos Brazos 的旅居

Dos Brazos 的旅居
Casa Aire Libre is a two-story, open air rustic home truly one with nature, located in the forest reserve of the world famous Corcovado National Park with the new El Tigre entrance only minutes away.
Where the rough road ends and the majestic rainforest begins, lies this idyllic home and garden perched above the Rio Tigre, surrounded in breathtaking beauty and providing a one of a kind Osa experience. Casa Aire Libre offers guests a creatively comfortable home, designed to provide a fun and inspiring environment from which to witness and explore the abundant natural wonders of the vibrant surrounding rainforest. Entering the quaint village of Dos Brazos is like stepping back in time, where the pace of life slows down and one begins to observe the perfect balance and harmony orchestrated by the abundant natural beauty of the area.
Dos Brazos is a town with a rich history and an even more prosperous future. Not more than 40 years ago, gold, and lots of it, was Dos Brazos claim to fame. People came from everywhere to work for the gold mining companies back then. After the companies left some decided to stay and Dos Brazos de Rio Tigre was born. Today Dos Brazos is a sleepy little town of just 300 inhabitants that lies in the richest location you can imagine, right at the border of the world famous Corcovado National Park. Although gold mining is still practiced, the wealth is in the amazing diversity of flora and fauna and wild life. In fact Corcovado is thought to be one of the most biologically intense and pristine places in the world! It’s a small oasis of civilization, surrounded by the jungle of the forest reserve that encompasses Corcovado. Although it’s a short 12-kilometer ride from the beautiful Pacific beaches of Puerto Jimenez, and just a little further from great wave riding in Matapalo, it’s a town that is barely known on the tourist circuit. From Dos Brazos you’ll find extensive walking trails into the jungle, with many waterfalls to see, world class birding, horseback riding, gold mining tours, and more are all available. So get off the beaten path, and make your way to Dos Brazos del Rio Tigre!
房間類型

完整旅居


旅居類型

獨立屋


接待人數

5


睡房

2

Puerto Jimenez, 蓬塔雷納斯, 哥斯大黎加

Casa Los Suenos is a guest house with the Rio Tigre right in front of the property in the forest reserve of the Corcovado National Park, with the new El Tigre entrance only minutes away. A very peaceful setting at the edge of the village, no street lights and the sounds of the rainforest all around.
This tropical casa is located in Dos Brazos de Rio Tigre at the end of the road where the jungle begins. A very wild place indeed and Casa los Suenos is a private guest house but not isolated as the property manager’s home is next door. This is very helpful in assuring guests have the best possible experience but not for someone looking for a completely secluded vacation rental with no neighbors. The Osa Peninsula, southwest Costa Rica is where the rainforest meets the sea. It is in one of the most remote, most spectacular and wildest regions in the country. One of the last places in Costa Rica to be settled, it has been dubbed Costa Rica's last wilderness frontier. Rich in wildlife, sparsely populated and until recently very difficult to access by road. Consequently much of the peninsula is still covered in majestic, pristine rainforest. Dominated by Corcovado National Park which protects most of the peninsula, the Osa supports more then fifty percent of the animal and plant species that live in Costa Rica. National Geographic has described the Osa as, "The most biologically intense place on earth".
Dos Brazos is a town with a rich history and an even more prosperous future. Not more than 40 years ago, gold, and lots of it, was Dos Brazos claim to fame. People came from everywhere to work for the gold mining companies back then. After the companies left some decided to stay and Dos Brazos de Rio Tigre was born. Today Dos Brazos is a sleepy little town of just 300 inhabitants that lies in the richest location you can imagine, right at the border of the world famous Corcovado National Park. Although gold mining is still practiced, the wealth is in the amazing diversity of flora and fauna and wild life. In fact Corcovado is thought to be one of the most biologically intense and pristine places in the world! It’s a small oasis of civilization, surrounded by the jungle of the forest reserve that encompasses Corcovado. Although it’s a short 12-kilometer ride from the beautiful Pacific beaches of Puerto Jimenez, and just a little further from great wave riding in Matapalo, it’s a town that is barely known on the tourist circuit. From Dos Brazos you’ll find extensive walking trails into the jungle, with many waterfalls to see, world class birding, horseback riding, gold mining tours, and more are all available. So get off the beaten path, and make your way to Dos Brazos del Rio Tigre!
房間類型

完整旅居


旅居類型

獨立屋


接待人數

4


睡房

1

Puerto Jimenez, 蓬塔雷納斯, 哥斯大黎加

Casa Zénon se trouve à Dos Brazos, un village de chercheurs d'or, au milieu de la jungle à proximité immédiate du Corcovado. En hauteur et très ouverte sur l'extérieur, entourée d'une végétation luxuriante, elle offre une vue imprenable sur la forêt tropicale. Sa situation exceptionnelle permet de pratiquer de nombreuses activités guidées ou non guidées (le nouveau sentier "El Tigre" du Corcovado est à 5 minutes à pieds).
Parfaite pour un couple, Casa Zénon peut également accueillir jusqu'à six personnes dans une grande chambre avec un lit double Queen Size et deux lits superposés. La maison dispose d'une salle de séjour et d'un coin cuisine ouverts avec vue sur la forêt tropicale. Equipements - Un lit double (Queen Size) - Deux lits superposés - Toilettes privées - Salle de bain avec douche froide (mais agréable) - Moustiquaires, serviettes et literie inclus - Cuisine équipée (cuisinière, réfrigérateur, chaussette filtre à café...) - Fauteuils et chaise hamac - Excellente eau de source (de la propriété) - Deux lits bébé (0-3 ans) disponibles sur demande Amazonita Ecolodge Amazonita (littéralement "petite Amazonie") est un petit Ecolodge familial composé d'un ensemble de trois adorables maisons (de 2 à 6 personnes), d'un espace de camping et d'un restaurant répartis sur 10 hectares de forêt tropicale traversés par deux torrents. Elles sont construites en bois "tombé" et en bambou issus de la propriété. Situées en hauteur sur une colline et très ouvertes sur l'extérieur, elles offrent une vue imprenable sur la forêt tropicale et un contact direct avec la nature. Vous n'aurez pas besoin de télévision ici, le paysage sera votre écran plat lorsque vous admirerez les nuages qui flirtent avec la canopée au petit matin et les aras et les toucans qui jouent avec la cime vertigineuse des arbres. Comme un Robinson sur son île, vous aurez l'impression de vivre le premier matin du monde tous les jours... A l’entrée de la propriété, se trouve le charmant restaurant du lodge "La Cuchara Tica" installé dans une ancienne maison de chercheur d'or. Vivez la grande aventure au cœur de la jungle en sécurité et dans un cadre très confortable. Activités Amazonita Ecolodge est situé en plein cœur de la jungle, dans la "Réserva Forestal Golfo Dulce", entre les deux bras du Rio Tigre et à 200 mètres d'une entrée méconnue du Parc national du Corcovado. C'est l'endroit idéal pour vous détendre et profiter de la beauté de la nature ou pour pratiquer de nombreuses activités, guidées ou non guidées, sur place ou à proximité immédiate. Les terrasses des maisons permettent d’observer la faune et la flore de la forêt tropicale depuis le sol jusqu’à la canopée. Le lodge est situé à seulement 5 minutes du nouveau sentier du Parc national Corcovado et à 100 mètres des magnifiques sentiers de Finca Bolita avec des cascades, des piscines naturelles et des vues imprenables sur le Golfo Dulce. Il existe de nombreux sentiers dans la jungle, des chutes d'eau dont le célèbre "El Salto", des douches naturelles... Vous pourrez également aller à la rencontre de véritables chercheurs d'or et observer les oiseaux. Dos Brazos est un spot de birdwatching de réputation mondiale... Enfin, Dos Brazos est à seulement 20 minutes de Puerto Jimenez et à proximité des plages du Golfo Dulce dont les célèbres plages de surfeurs de Cabo Matapalo. Services à votre disposition - Service de restauration. Zulay vous propose une cuisine typique et des vins internationaux dans une ambiance cosmopolite, amicale et familiale. Uniquement sur réservation (au plus tard la veille pour le petit déjeuner et le déjeuner et le matin pour le diner). Possibilité de vous faire livrer votre repas dans votre maison. Petit déjeuner: 8 $ / Déjeuner : 12 $ (hors boissons) / Diner : 15 $ (hors boissons) - Organisation de vos activités. Nous vous proposons une sélection d'activités guidées ou non guidées. Pascal est à votre disposition pour vous présenter et organiser l'ensemble des activités possibles. - Massage / Pédicure / Manucure. Avec tous ses diplôme d'état en poche, Zulay est à votre disposition pour vous offrir une cure de bien être. N'hésitez pas à faire appel à ses services, elle fait des merveilles... Les tarifs sont à voir avec elle sur place. - En cas de séjour long, le tarif inclut un nettoyage de votre logement ainsi que le changement des draps et des serviettes tous les trois jours. - Service de blanchisserie. 2 $ / kg . 5 kg minimum
Amazonita est située en bordure du Parc National Corcovado. Littéralement au bout de la route (vous ne pourrez pas aller plus loin avec votre véhicule), avec le dernier accès à l’électricité de la zone, la propriété héberge la même végétation et la même faune que le célèbre parc… Le Corcovado a été présenté par le National Geographic comme "The most intense biologically place on earth". Ce parc national est relativement difficile d'accès. Or, Amazonita dispose, à seulement 5 minutes à pied, d’un accès nouvellement ouvert et encore méconnu. Amazonita se trouve à 10 minutes à pied du centre de Dos Brazos, un véritable village de chercheurs d'or. Il y a plus de 50 ans, l’or (l'un des plus pur au monde) a attiré de nombreux aventuriers et le village a vécu de nombreuses années autour de l'extraction de l’or. Aujourd’hui, bien que l’orpaillage soit illégal, beaucoup d’habitants le pratique encore et l'or reste la principale monnaie d'échange dans les commerces du village (il n'est pas rare de croiser quelques belles pépites échangées contre des denrées dans les deux pulperias). Toutefois, la communauté a décidé de prendre son avenir en main, de protéger et de valoriser cet environnement naturel incroyable qui l'entoure et de développer le tourisme éco-responsable. De nombreux chercheurs d'or sont devenus guides. Ils connaissent parfaitement la nature qui les entoure et ont de nombreuses histoires à raconter... Lorsque vous visitez cette zone, vous soutenez et participez activement à cette démarche exemplaire. Amazonita se trouve au coeur de la Péninsule d'Osa, la dernière frontière sauvage du Costa Rica. Cette région, située à l’extrémité sud-ouest, est l’une des plus isolées et sauvages du pays. La forêt tropicale y rencontre la mer et elle est souvent présentée comme la dernière frontière sauvage du Costa Rica. La plus grande partie de la Péninsule est protégée. Elle héberge plus de 50 % des espèces animales et végétales du Costa Rica soit 2,5 % de la biodiversité mondiale !
房間類型

完整旅居


旅居類型

獨立屋


接待人數

6


睡房

1

Rio Tigre, Puntarenas Province, 哥斯大黎加

La Casita del Rio is situated right next to the Rio Tigre close to the center of Dos Brazos so there are neighbors but as well surrounded by lush secondary growth rainforest, with sounds of exotic birds and howler monkeys in the distance. With uncrowded nature trails, waterfalls, jungle scenery, this is the perfect location for exploring Corcovado National Park and the Osa Peninsula. Off the beaten track, yet only 12 km/7.5 miles from Puerto Jimenez and beautiful beaches.
La Casita del Rio is located in the Osa Peninsula, southwest Costa Rica where the rainforest meets the sea. It is one of the most remote, most spectacular and wildest regions in the country. One of the last places in Costa Rica to be settled, it has been dubbed Costa Rica's last wilderness frontier. Rich in wildlife, sparsely populated and until recently very difficult to access by road. Consequently much of the peninsula is still covered in majestic, pristine rainforest. Dominated by Corcovado National Park which protects most of the peninsula, the Osa supports more than fifty percent of the animal and plant species that live in Costa Rica. National Geographic has described the Osa as, "The most biologically intense place on earth".
Dos Brazos is a town with a rich history and an even more prosperous future. Not more than 40 years ago, gold, and lots of it, was Dos Brazos claim to fame. People came from everywhere to work for the gold mining companies back then. After the companies left some decided to stay and Dos Brazos de Rio Tigre was born. Today Dos Brazos is a sleepy little town of just 300 inhabitants that lies in the richest location you can imagine, right at the border of the world famous Corcovado National Park. Although gold mining is still practiced, the wealth is in the amazing diversity of flora and fauna and wild life. In fact Corcovado is thought to be one of the most biologically intense and pristine places in the world! It’s a small oasis of civilization, surrounded by the jungle of the forest reserve that encompasses Corcovado. Although it’s a short 12-kilometer ride from the beautiful Pacific beaches of Puerto Jimenez, and just a little further from great wave riding in Matapalo, it’s a town that is barely known on the tourist circuit. From Dos Brazos you’ll find extensive walking trails into the jungle, with many waterfalls to see, world class birding, horseback riding, gold mining tours, and more are all available. So get off the beaten path, and make your way to Dos Brazos del Rio Tigre!
房間類型

完整旅居


旅居類型

獨立屋


接待人數

2


睡房

1

Puerto Jiménez, 蓬塔雷納斯省(Provincia de Puntarenas), 哥斯大黎加

Casa Zéphyr se trouve à Dos Brazos, un village de chercheurs d'or, au milieu de la jungle à proximité immédiate du Corcovado. En hauteur et très ouverte sur l'extérieur, entourée d'une végétation luxuriante, elle offre une vue imprenable sur la forêt tropicale. Sa situation exceptionnelle permet de pratiquer de nombreuses activités guidées ou non guidées, sur place ou à proximité (le nouveau sentier "El Tigre" du Corcovado est à 5 minutes à pieds).
Parfaite pour un couple, Casa Zéphyr, peut également accueillir jusqu'à six personnes dans une chambre principale (lit Queen Size et salle de bain privative avec eau chaude) et une chambre ouverte sur l'extérieur (lits doubles superposés et douche extérieure). Elle dispose d'un grand espace ouvert très agréable à vivre, avec vue imprenable sur la jungle, comprenant une cuisine équipée, un espace salle à manger, un salon, des hamacs.... Equipements - Chambre principale avec un lit double (Queen Size), toilettes privées et salle de bain avec douche chaude - Seconde chambre avec un lit superposé (deux matelas doubles), salle de bain privée extérieure avec douche froide (accès aux toilettes du salon) - Moustiquaires, serviettes et literie inclus - Grande cuisine équipée (cuisinière, réfrigérateur, chaussette filtre à café...) - Barbecue à gaz (un peu fatigué, mais fonctionne) - Fauteuils de salon et hamacs - Excellente eau de source (de la propriété) - Deux lits bébé (0-3 ans) disponibles sur demande Amazonita Ecolodge Amazonita (littéralement "petite Amazonie") est un petit Ecolodge familial composé d'un ensemble de trois adorables maisons (de 2 à 6 personnes), d'un espace de camping et d'un restaurant répartis sur 10 hectares de forêt tropicale traversés par deux torrents. Elles sont construites en bois "tombé" et en bambou issus de la propriété. Situées en hauteur sur une colline et très ouvertes sur l'extérieur, elles offrent une vue imprenable sur la forêt tropicale et un contact direct avec la nature. Vous n'aurez pas besoin de télévision ici, le paysage sera votre écran plat lorsque vous admirerez les nuages qui flirtent avec la canopée au petit matin et les aras et les toucans qui jouent avec la cime vertigineuse des arbres. Comme un Robinson sur son île, vous aurez l'impression de vivre le premier matin du monde tous les jours... A l’entrée de la propriété, se trouve le charmant restaurant du lodge "La Cuchara Tica" installé dans une ancienne maison de chercheur d'or. Vivez la grande aventure au cœur de la jungle en sécurité et dans un cadre très confortable. Activités Amazonita Ecolodge est situé en plein cœur de la jungle, dans la "Réserva Forestal Golfo Dulce", entre les deux bras du Rio Tigre et à 200 mètres d'une entrée méconnue du Parc national du Corcovado. C'est l'endroit idéal pour vous détendre et profiter de la beauté de la nature ou pour pratiquer de nombreuses activités, guidées ou non guidées, sur place ou à proximité immédiate. Les terrasses des maisons permettent d’observer la faune et la flore de la forêt tropicale depuis le sol jusqu’à la canopée. Le lodge est situé à seulement 5 minutes du nouveau sentier du Parc national Corcovado et à 100 mètres des magnifiques sentiers de Finca Bolita avec des cascades, des piscines naturelles et des vues imprenables sur le Golfo Dulce. Il existe de nombreux sentiers dans la jungle, des chutes d'eau dont le célèbre "El Salto", des douches naturelles... Vous pourrez également aller à la rencontre de véritables chercheurs d'or et observer les oiseaux. Dos Brazos est un spot de birdwatching de réputation mondiale... Enfin, Dos Brazos est à seulement 20 minutes de Puerto Jimenez et à proximité des plages du Golfo Dulce dont les célèbres plages de surfeurs de Cabo Matapalo. Services à votre disposition - Service de restauration. Zulay vous propose une cuisine typique et des vins internationaux dans une ambiance cosmopolite, amicale et familiale. Uniquement sur réservation (au plus tard la veille pour le petit déjeuner et le déjeuner et le matin pour le diner). Possibilité de vous faire livrer votre repas dans votre maison. Petit déjeuner: 8 $ / Déjeuner : 12 $ (hors boissons) / Diner : 15 $ (hors boissons) - Organisation de vos activités. Nous vous proposons une sélection d'activités guidées ou non guidées. Pascal est à votre disposition pour vous présenter et organiser l'ensemble des activités possibles. - Massage / Pédicure / Manucure. Avec tous ses diplôme d'état en poche, Zulay est à votre disposition pour vous offrir une cure de bien être. N'hésitez pas à faire appel à ses services, elle fait des merveilles... Les tarifs sont à voir avec elle sur place. - En cas de séjour long, le tarif inclut un nettoyage de votre logement ainsi que le changement des draps et des serviettes tous les trois jours. - Service de blanchisserie. 2 $ / kg . 5 kg minimum
Amazonita est située en bordure du Parc National Corcovado. Littéralement au bout de la route (vous ne pourrez pas aller plus loin avec votre véhicule), avec le dernier accès à l’électricité de la zone, la propriété héberge la même végétation et la même faune que le célèbre parc… Le Corcovado a été présenté par le National Geographic comme "The most intense biologically place on earth". Ce parc national est relativement difficile d'accès. Or, Amazonita dispose, à seulement 5 minutes à pied, d’un accès nouvellement ouvert et encore méconnu. Amazonita se trouve à 10 minutes à pied du centre de Dos Brazos, un véritable village de chercheurs d'or. Il y a plus de 50 ans, l’or (l'un des plus pur au monde) a attiré de nombreux aventuriers et le village a vécu de nombreuses années autour de l'extraction de l’or. Aujourd’hui, bien que l’orpaillage soit illégal, beaucoup d’habitants le pratique encore et l'or reste la principale monnaie d'échange dans les commerces du village (il n'est pas rare de croiser quelques belles pépites échangées contre des denrées dans les deux pulperias). Toutefois, la communauté a décidé de prendre son avenir en main, de protéger et de valoriser cet environnement naturel incroyable qui l'entoure et de développer le tourisme éco-responsable. De nombreux chercheurs d'or sont devenus guides. Ils connaissent parfaitement la nature qui les entoure et ont de nombreuses histoires à raconter... Lorsque vous visitez cette zone, vous soutenez et participez activement à cette démarche exemplaire. Amazonita se trouve au coeur de la Péninsule d'Osa, la dernière frontière sauvage du Costa Rica. Cette région, située à l’extrémité sud-ouest, est l’une des plus isolées et sauvages du pays. La forêt tropicale y rencontre la mer et elle est souvent présentée comme la dernière frontière sauvage du Costa Rica. La plus grande partie de la Péninsule est protégée. Elle héberge plus de 50 % des espèces animales et végétales du Costa Rica soit 2,5 % de la biodiversité mondiale !
房間類型

完整旅居


旅居類型

獨立屋


接待人數

6


睡房

2

Rio Tigre, 哥斯大黎加

This is a charming open-air, river front, double bedroom. Ideal for couples, nested between our food forest and the Tiger River. The kitchen and the common areas are spacious and open-air too. 3 shared showers & 2 shared dry-composting toilets. Perfect location to start a guided tour in the Corcovado National Park.
Utopia Tica is a sustainable lodge nested within a food forest project, close to nature, that tries to respect it as much as possible. That's why we chose to only have compostable dry toilets to save water. Water from the kitchen and showers flows directly into our kitchen garden creating a sustainable cycle . This is why we ask our guests to only use bio-degradable products that will be offered upon their arrival.
The property is located in between the river of Dos Brazos and the Corcovado National Park. It is surrounded by the beautiful primary forest of the Osa Peninsula.
房間類型

私人房間


旅居類型

自然系旅居


接待人數

2


睡房

1

Dos Brazos, 蓬塔雷納斯省(Provincia de Puntarenas), 哥斯大黎加

Newly built family run property (Tica&American) with botanical gardens, frog ponds and incredible bird life. Located off the beaten path in the rural community of Dos Brazos, but only 12 km from Puerto Jimenez. Corcovado NP is at our doorstep! We specialize in birdwatching, photography, hiking tours, night walks, gold mining, fishing and beach outings. Only 5 total rooms available, all with private entry and access to shared kitchen. Our local knowledge alone is worth the stay -Thank you
The bunkhouse, 2 bunkbeds- sleeps 4 people, is elevated from the ground level with a four sided pitched roof and screened around. It almost feels as if you are sleeping outside. Each of the beds has new mattress, linens, pillow with towel (soap&shampoo) provided. The communal space, a large octagonal building, offers tables and chairs, hammocks for relaxing, two bathrooms, two showers, two sinks, a small kitchen area with fridge, cooktop stove, and all the cooking and eating utensils.
Dos Brazos de Rio Tigre is a small town around 300 people. The town is famous for its gold mining and proximity to Corcovado National Park. A couple years ago a park trail for Corcovado National Park (not park entrance) was opened so guests could access the park. This has increased tourism and the town has started to flourish, and is an example of how rural tourism can be successful. Dos Brazos has been characterized as one of the last few remaining towns in Costa Rica that has not been overridden with tourism. Visiting Dos Brazos is an authentic experience and you will feel like you just visited a town that was from 50 years ago. Location We are located approximately 12km from Puerto Jimenez and the fresh clean air and water make for a much different experience than staying in the larger well known town of Puerto Jimenez. Dos Brazos is located in the foothills, of the Osa Peninsula bordering Corcovado National Park along the Rio Tigre (tiger river). Dos Brazos is off the beaten path yet very close to everything you need. Puerto Jimenez is where you can find beaches, fishing, surfing, restaurants, stores, transportation and a wi-fi internet connection. GOLD MINING HISTORY LOS OREROS DE OSA Today, the Osa Peninsula is world-renowned for its extensive biodiversity, however, not too long ago, the landscape was notorious not for its lush greenery, but an entirely different color altogether: gold. For years, dating back to the early 1500’s, there has been much speculation that the Caribbean and Costa Rica in particular were laden with gold and other riches. In 1502, Christopher Columbus became the first European to cross the Atlantic on his fourth and final voyage and settle in what is now considered the Limón region on the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica. During his explorations, Columbus was most impressed by the ornate gold jewelry worn by the indigenous people who inhabited the area. It was this discovery in addition to the dense natural landscape that many historians believe led Columbus to coin the country’s name Costa Rica or “Rich Coast” as it translates in English. Yet, despite early speculation of the potential riches to be unearthed in this previously unchartered territory, gold was not discovered in Costa Rica until more than 300 years following the Spaniards’ arrival in the region. Unlike other Central and South American countries such as Mexico, Bolivia and Peru which were exploited as precious metal providers during this colonial period, Costa Rica primarily sustained its economy through agriculture. Large-scale gold mining didn’t begin until the 1820’s, though it soon declined shortly after in the 1840’s. It wasn’t until the 1930’s when gold was discovered on the Osa Peninsula that the industry was later revived, spurring gold fever to sweep the country once again. For many years, Osa was considered “el lugar indeseado,” or “the undesired place” as it translates in English, due to it’s intense untouched landscape and lack of inhabitants. However, with the discovery of gold in the region, a great migration to the Peninsula ensued as many fortune seekers flocked to the area with hopes of striking it big mining for gold. Many of those who migrated to the area were non-conformist refugees from other Caribbean nations seeking refuge from the tyrannical rule of their national governments along with former banana plantation workers from the Limón region seeking work following the closing of many of the United Fruit Company plantations during this time. The Peninsula was one of Costa Rica’s largest gold-bearing regions until the late 1980’s and was known for producing exceptionally high-grade natural gold with a purity above 21 carats, considered to be very high for natural gold deposits and some of the purist found in all of Central America. As a result, throughout this “gold rush period,” the region experienced a large economic boom fueled by artisanal gold prospecting. Unlike other gold mining zones of Costa Rica, however, Osa was unique in that gold was not only abundant in the mountainous regions but also littered river banks throughout the Peninsula in sedimentary form. Sedimentary gold, in contrast to larger gold nuggets, can be extracted in an artisanal process known as gold panning, a labor intensive method that utilizes a sieve or gold pan to separate the precious metal out of sand and gravel. This artisanal form of mining was the primary method adopted by many of the local gold miners, known locally here in Spanish as “oreros”. The community of Dos Brazos de Rio Tigre was one of the major gold mining communities settled on the Peninsula due to its location positioned between the two arms of the Tigre River and on the outskirts of the mountainous jungle landscape of what is now Corcovado National Park. During this time, the Tigre River was said to be one of the rivers with the largest concentration of naturally occurring gold deposits in all of Osa. As a result, for many years the primary economic activity of the families who settled here was artisanal gold mining. Yet, due to speculation of the abundance of gold to be found in the area, along with these artisanal gold miners came extensive foreign commercial mining operations. Unlike the practices of artisanal gold miners, however, the operations of mining firms utilized extensive machinery to extract gold. Due to the nature of these commercial practices, these large scale operations had a dramatic impact on the surrounding area, reshaping much of the formerly untouched landscape of the Peninsula. This not only resulted in the destruction of many wildlife habitats in the region, which consequently caused many species to become endangered, but also had a significant environmental impact as a result of deforestation and landslides which altered forest lighting and effected local temperatures. In response to this extensive environmental damage, in 1975 then President Daniel Oduber established Corcovado National Park, a protected conservation territory of the Osa Peninsula that spans nearly 1/3 of the region’s terrestrial landscape. With the formation of this protected territory came significant government effort to eradicate any extractive activities within the park's limits and, by the early 1980’s, the government completely banned gold prospecting in all forms and began to heavily enforce these regulations within this restricted territory. While this legislation improved environmental conditions in the long run, for many locals, the immediate impact was overwhelmingly negative, resulting in widespread unemployment. Dos Brazos was one of the communities most effected by this new regulation, as many locals were prohibited from practicing the primary activities that enabled them to generate income to support their families for so many years. THE OSA PENINSULA A NATURE-LOVER'S PARADISE The Osa Peninsula, a lush remote location tucked away along the southern tip of Costa Rica's Pacific coastline, is one of the country's finest hidden treasures, praised for its tropical landscape of unparalleled richness and exceptional biodiversity. Osa was one of the last frontiers to be inhabited in Costa Rica with significant migration to the Peninsula beginning in the early 1930's onset by the discovery of significant gold deposits in the region. Though settlement during this "gold rush" continued through the better part of the 1970's, Osa is still sparsely populated with much of the region relatively untouched and only readily accessible by boat, horseback or hiking trail. While areas of Osa remain rather secluded, this in part is the very essence of the charm of the region, making it a world-renowned paradise and one of Costa Rica's top ecotourism destinations. Costa Rica as a whole has been recognized for its concerted conservation efforts and environmental practices with an impressive 25% of the country's land protected under the national park and reserve system. Osa represents an important piece of the country's protected natural landscape as this 700-square-mile stretch of land is the distinguished home to 2.5% of the world's biodiversity. Due to the extensive terrestrial and marine ecosystems endemic to the region, nearly 80% of the landscape remains part of an undeveloped patchwork of protected conservation territory known as the ACOSA region, or "Osa Conservation Area". The body of water that separates the Osa Peninsula from mainland Costa Rica is known as the Golfo Dulce, one of four tropical fjords on the planet and the only place on the globe where populations of both Northern and Southern Humpback whales meet to birth their young. The Térraba-Sierpe Wetlands, located on the Northern-Pacific region of the Peninsula, is the country's largest mangrove forest and represents the most significant wetland ecosystem in all of Central America. Osa's terrestrial regions house the largest remaining tract of lowland rainforest in all of Pacific Mesoamerica as well as the largest population of scarlet macaws in Central America and 3% of flora found nowhere else in the world. Apart from the extensive exotic species of wildlife found on the Peninsula, Osa is also known for some of the best surfing beaches (Cabo Matapalo) and is widely acclaimed to have the best snorkelling in all of Costa Rica (protected reserve Isla de Caño). However, by far the most popular tourist attraction on the Peninsula is world-renowned Corcovado National Park, the largest national park in all of Costa Rica with an impressive ecosystem of wildlife and biodiversity unlike anywhere on the planet (please read the "Corcovado National Park" section below for additional details). Yet, whether you're a nature enthusiast, an adventure junkie, or simply looking for a relaxing escape, the Osa Peninsula is truly a unique tropical paradise with plenty of nature tours and adventure excursions that will be sure to make your stay in Costa Rica an experience to remember! CORCOVADO NATIONAL PARK THE CROWN JEWEL OF COSTA RICA Established in October 1975, Corcovado National Park is the largest park in Costa Rica and protects nearly a third of the Osa Peninsula, spanning an area of 54,039 terrestrial hectares and 2,400 marine hectares. The park is home to 13 major ecosystems and conserves the largest primary forest on the American Pacific coastline and one of the few remaining sizeable areas of lowland tropical forests in the world. National Geographic named it "the most biologically intense place on Earth in terms of biodiversity," as the park contains 140 mammal species, 400 bird species (20 of which are endemic), 117 amphibian and reptile species, 40 species of freshwater fish, 500 species of trees, and 8,000 species of insects. Corcovado remains one of the last intact habitats of the New World's largest feline, the jaguar, and is home to four additional species of cats including, the puma, the ocelot, the jaguarundi, and the margay. All four Costa Rican monkey species can be found within the park including, the white-faced capuchin, the mantled howler, Geoffrey's spider monkey, and the endangered Central American squirrel monkey. In addition to the squirrel monkey, amongst the expansive number of species that reside in Corcovado are some of the largest remaining populations of a number of endangered species including, the Baird's tapir, the giant anteater, the white-lipped peccary, the harpy eagle, the scarlet macaw, and the American crocodile, amongst others. Corcovado is open to the public and can be visited on day hikes or overnight treks, however, as of February 1, 2014, all visitors must be accompanied by a certified professional guide to enter the park.
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私人房間


旅居類型

自然系旅居


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4


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1

Dos Brazos, 哥斯大黎加

A private Double room with a balcony and seating area in front. Shared kitchen and bath. Located on over 60 hectares, bordered on one side by Corcovado National Park. Enjoy our extensive trail system included in your stay.
Bolita is a place for those with a heart for true adventure. You'll stay right in the remote rainforest, completely surrounded by nature. The lodge itself, is 30 minutes from the town of Dos Brazos de Rio Tigre , and access is by foot only, on a slightly aggressive, but beautiful trail through primary forest. In spite of the remote location, you'll have a cozy little cabina to yourself, each with a deck, and seating in front. There is a well equipped kitchen shared by 6 cabinas, and new washroom facilities built in 2016. Included with your stay, is access to the SELF-GUIDED TRAIL SYSTEM that meanders through 60 hectares of rainforest, and brings you to waterfalls, river-walks, and stunning views of the Golfo Dulce. The trails grant first hand access to all the all the flora and fauna of this incredibly bio-diverse area of the world.
The Office is in the town of Dos Brazos de Rio Tigre. It's a small gold mining village, of only 300 inhabitants, where the local business still trade in gold. There is a soda (cafe), two small stores, a and a swimming hole 30 minutes up river on the opposite end of town from the Bolita entrance. As well, there is a community run tourism office in town which offers a variety of tours.
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私人房間


旅居類型

自然系旅居


接待人數

2


睡房

1

Peninsula de Osa, 蓬塔雷納斯, 哥斯大黎加

熱門旅居

熱門旅居
A simple rustic cabaña at a walking distance to an authentic quiet beach on a 40 acres reserve where you can observe a lot of wildlife. Cañaza is a little village with a football field, a couple of churches and a general store. Corcovado touches Cañaza and the Golfo Dulce is lovely! We can provide you with a cooler and a gaz stove if you would like to cook something or we can also offer some healthy tropical meals.
Rustic cabin with a bed, a kitchen and a shower. The beauty lays outside!!!
Cañaza is an authentic costarican village with small scale farmers and Fishermans. The beach is very quiet, you might only see a cow on the beach certain days.
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完整旅居


旅居類型

小木屋


接待人數

3


睡房

1

Cañaza, 蓬塔雷納斯省(Provincia de Puntarenas), 哥斯大黎加

Amazing cabina, perfect for couples or a family, with a private hot bathtub, terrasse, a full equipped kitchen with all the facilities (blender, stove, oven, fridge, etc), nested next to the Corcovado national park, with a splendid view of the jungle, and dry compost toilet. Jolie petite cabine parfaite pour les couples, ou une famille, inclue une baignoire sur la terrasse avec vue sur la jungle, ainsi qu'une cuisine entièrement équipée (frigo, mixer, four, gaziere), avec toilette sèche.
the bedroom feature a matriomonial beds in bunkedbeds SO it can fit up to a family of 4 people, with strong mosquitonets and a fan. La chambre est composée de 2 lits matrimoniaux en lit-superposé, ou 4 personnes peuvent y loger confortablement, une moustiquaire, et un ventilateur.
Nested in the heart of the osa peninsula, dos brazos de rio tigre is bordering the wolrd famous Corcovado national park. one of the 4 entrances of the park is located 200 meters away from your cabina. Au Coeur de la péninsule d'Osa se trouve le petit village de Dos Brazos de Rio Tigre, ultime frontière avant le parc national Corcovado. une des 4 entrées du parc se trouve a 200 mètres de votre cabina.
  • 受到François的歡迎,我們立刻感受到了這個美麗環境中的家。我們特別喜歡環保概念,包括幹廁所,灰水回用和花園種植。我們被建議在公園騎車,這是偉大的,做!

    Vincent2018-12-17T00:00:00Z
  • 在大自然中度過美妙的時光! 這個地方是大自然愛好者的理想場所。主人的精神是盡可能尊重自然。 不要猶豫,問弗朗索瓦有關他的生活哲學的問題。 實際上,請毫不猶豫地詢問任何事情! 去發現pura vida生活方式!

    Maïlys2018-12-12T00:00:00Z
  • 它坐落在一個擁有大量原生植被的大農場中,因此可以看到不同類型的動物。這個地方舒適,乾淨,非常安靜。 弗朗索瓦非常專心和知情。他帶我穿過農場,教我樹木和植物,並陪我去科爾科瓦多國家公園,這是我最想參觀的地方之一。強烈推薦!

    Exequiel2018-12-05T00:00:00Z
  • 它坐落在一個擁有大量原生植被的大農場中,因此可以看到不同類型的動物。這個地方舒適,乾淨,非常安靜。 弗朗索瓦非常專心和知情。他帶我穿過農場,教我樹木和植物,並陪我去科爾科瓦多國家公園,這是我最想參觀的地方之一。強烈推薦!

    Exequiel2018-12-05T00:00:00Z
  • 充滿異國情調和難以置信的體驗令人震驚的性質。這是休息和放鬆的理想場所。真正有益的。

    Ariana2018-12-04T00:00:00Z
  • 這個地方很神奇;我們真的沉浸在大自然中,這是弗朗索瓦談論並與激情分享的真正庇護所。他特別注意所有他所承擔的對自然的尊重,因此也提供他所提供的維護和衛生產品。 提議的舒適度符合我們的期望;非常物有所值。

    Roland2018-11-28T00:00:00Z
  • 我們住在弗朗索瓦非常好的地方。我們特別喜歡生態方面。勇敢地在機艙的每個部分都存在對自然的尊重!弗朗索瓦給了我們非常好的建議,散步和散步。自然生態之旅!

    Camila2018-11-27T00:00:00Z
  • 我們住在弗朗索瓦非常好的地方。我們特別喜歡生態方面。勇敢地在機艙的每個部分都存在對自然的尊重!弗朗索瓦給了我們非常好的建議,散步和散步。自然生態之旅!

    Camila2018-11-27T00:00:00Z
  • 房間類型

    完整旅居


    旅居類型

    平房


    接待人數

    4


    睡房

    1

    Dos Brazos, 蓬塔雷納斯省(Provincia de Puntarenas), 哥斯大黎加

    Nosotros somos una granja en medio de la Naturaleza, en la que podrá disfrutar de un delicioso almuerzo con los productos de nuestra propia cosecha. Contamos con cabañas privadas y muchas actividades en la Naturaleza, como caminatas, baños en el rio, visitas al Parque Nacional Corcovado, etc. www.corcovadoeltigre.com
    房間類型

    私人房間


    旅居類型

    農間住宿


    接待人數

    2


    睡房

    4

    Dos Brazos, Puerto Jimenez, Golfito, 哥斯大黎加

    La casa está ubicada en el centro de Dos Brazos, un pequeno pueblo de oreros, en medio de la selva y al lado del Parque National Corcovado. La habitación tiene baño privado. Usted tiene acceso a una cocina compartida y una área común con sillones, mesa, sillas, hamacas.... La situación de Dos Brazos permite participar, en el lugar, a muchas actividades guiadas o no guiadas.
    LA HABITACION - Cama matrimonial (QueenBed). - Cuarto de baño con ducha - Sanitario privado - Toallas y sabanas. TIENES ACCESO A AREAS COMPARTIDAS - Cocina equipada - Salon-terraza con sillones, sillas, mesa y hamacas. - Jardín con vistas y acceso al río El Tigre. Junto a la casa hay una pequeña pulpería en donde encontraras cosas muy básicas de comer. También, a solo unos metros, esta la oficina de turismo. ACTIVIDADES El pueblo de Dos Brazos está ubicado en la "Reserva Forestal Golfo Dulce", entre los dos brazos de Río Tigre. Tiene una entrada poco conocida al Parque Nacional Corcovado. El Manantial es ideal para disfrutar de todas las posibilidades que ofrece esta zona. Puede practicar muchas actividades, guiadas o no guiadas, en el sitio o en los alrededores. La casa está ubicada a solo 5 minutos del nuevo sendero del Parque Nacional Corcovado, a solo 1 km de los hermosos senderos de Bolita con cascadas, piscinas naturales y vistas impresionantes al Golfo Dulce y bosques primarios. Hay muchos senderos en la selva, cascadas que incluyen el famoso "El Salto", y duchas naturales... También podrás encontrar a auténticos oreros. Dos Brazos es un lugar muy famoso para la observación de aves… Dos Brazos está a solo 20 minutos de Puerto Jiménez y cerca de muchas playas del Golfo Dulce. Zulay y William son de este pequeño pueblo. Ellos saben todos los secretos. Les encanta compartir SERVICIOS - Comidas. A 1 km de la casa se encuentra el restaurante La Cuchara Tica de Amazonita, Desayuno: $ 8 / Almuerzo: $ 12 (sin bebidas) / Cena: $ 15 (sin bebidas) - Organización de sus actividades. Ofrecemos una selección de actividades guiadas o no guiadas. Zulay está a su disposición para presentar y organizar todas las actividades posibles. - Masaje / Pedicura / Manicura. Con todo su diploma estatal en el bolsillo, Zulay está a su disposición para ofrecerle una cura de bienestar. - En caso de larga estancia, el precio incluye la limpieza de su alojamiento, así como el cambio de sábanas y toallas cada tres días. - Servicio de lavandería. $ 2 / kg. 5 kg mínimo
    Es un lugar tranquilo , las personas son humildes y sosiables, una comunidad rural acompañada y rodeada de bosques y montañas, ríos limpios, cascadas, diversidad de aves, flora y fauna, diferentes actividades como: tours al parque Corcovado por me dio de la asociación acodobrarti, también tours de oro, tours nocturno para observar ranas, serpientes, insectos, avistamiento de aves, cabalgatas, caminatas , etc.
    房間類型

    私人房間


    旅居類型

    出租套房


    接待人數

    2


    睡房

    1

    Dos Brazos, Puerto Jimenez, Golfito, 哥斯大黎加

    Newly built family run property (Tica&American) with botanical gardens, frog ponds and incredible bird life. Located off the beaten path in the rural community of Dos Brazos, but only 12 km from Puerto Jimenez. Corcovado NP is at our doorstep! We specialize in birdwatching, photography, hiking tours, night walks, gold mining, fishing and beach outings. Only 5 total rooms available, all with private entry and access to shared kitchen. Our local knowledge alone is worth the stay -Thank you
    Yejos has 2 separate sleeping areas and one communal area 1- Two separate outside cabins in the garden, one with double bed and mosquito net and the other cabin has four beds with mosquito nets - The cabins are elevated from the ground level with a four sided pitched roof and screened around. It almost feels as if you are sleeping outside. New mattress, linens, pillow with towel (soap&shampoo) provided. Also, each bed has its own mosquito net. (6 people = $95) 2 - Three private rooms differ in size but all have queen/double size beds and private bathroom with fan (air-conditioning extra. (6 total people =$120) 3 - The Rancho, communal space, is a large octagonal building that offers tables and chairs, hammocks for relaxing, two bathrooms, two showers, two sinks, a small kitchen area with fridge, cooktop stove, and all the cooking and eating utensils. Its possible to move tables and chairs and enjoy a yoga class, meditation session or add more seating area for meeting and/or retreat. The gardens themselves are impressive, the majority of the plants and trees are immature as it is a work in progress but each and every day the plants are growing abundant with flowers and fruits attracting birds, butterflies and all other types of creatures. Also, located in the garden is an orchid house, covered nursery and small elevated deck centrally located immersing you in the gardens great for enjoying a coffee or taking photographs.
    Dos Brazos de Rio Tigre is a small town around 300 people. The town is famous for its gold mining and proximity to Corcovado National Park. A couple years ago a park trail for Corcovado National Park (not park entrance) was opened so guests could access the park. This has increased tourism and the town has started to flourish, and is an example of how rural tourism can be successful. Dos Brazos has been characterized as one of the last few remaining towns in Costa Rica that has not been overridden with tourism. Visiting Dos Brazos is an authentic experience and you will feel like you just visited a town that was from 50 years ago. Location We are located approximately 12km from Puerto Jimenez and the fresh clean air and water make for a much different experience than staying in the larger well known town of Puerto Jimenez. Dos Brazos is located in the foothills, of the Osa Peninsula bordering Corcovado National Park along the Rio Tigre (tiger river). Dos Brazos is off the beaten path yet very close to everything you need. Puerto Jimenez is where you can find beaches, fishing, surfing, restaurants, stores, transportation and a wi-fi internet connection. GOLD MINING HISTORY LOS OREROS DE OSA Today, the Osa Peninsula is world-renowned for its extensive biodiversity, however, not too long ago, the landscape was notorious not for its lush greenery, but an entirely different color altogether: gold. For years, dating back to the early 1500’s, there has been much speculation that the Caribbean and Costa Rica in particular were laden with gold and other riches. In 1502, Christopher Columbus became the first European to cross the Atlantic on his fourth and final voyage and settle in what is now considered the Limón region on the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica. During his explorations, Columbus was most impressed by the ornate gold jewelry worn by the indigenous people who inhabited the area. It was this discovery in addition to the dense natural landscape that many historians believe led Columbus to coin the country’s name Costa Rica or “Rich Coast” as it translates in English. Yet, despite early speculation of the potential riches to be unearthed in this previously unchartered territory, gold was not discovered in Costa Rica until more than 300 years following the Spaniards’ arrival in the region. Unlike other Central and South American countries such as Mexico, Bolivia and Peru which were exploited as precious metal providers during this colonial period, Costa Rica primarily sustained its economy through agriculture. Large-scale gold mining didn’t begin until the 1820’s, though it soon declined shortly after in the 1840’s. It wasn’t until the 1930’s when gold was discovered on the Osa Peninsula that the industry was later revived, spurring gold fever to sweep the country once again. For many years, Osa was considered “el lugar indeseado,” or “the undesired place” as it translates in English, due to it’s intense untouched landscape and lack of inhabitants. However, with the discovery of gold in the region, a great migration to the Peninsula ensued as many fortune seekers flocked to the area with hopes of striking it big mining for gold. Many of those who migrated to the area were non-conformist refugees from other Caribbean nations seeking refuge from the tyrannical rule of their national governments along with former banana plantation workers from the Limón region seeking work following the closing of many of the United Fruit Company plantations during this time. The Peninsula was one of Costa Rica’s largest gold-bearing regions until the late 1980’s and was known for producing exceptionally high-grade natural gold with a purity above 21 carats, considered to be very high for natural gold deposits and some of the purist found in all of Central America. As a result, throughout this “gold rush period,” the region experienced a large economic boom fueled by artisanal gold prospecting. Unlike other gold mining zones of Costa Rica, however, Osa was unique in that gold was not only abundant in the mountainous regions but also littered river banks throughout the Peninsula in sedimentary form. Sedimentary gold, in contrast to larger gold nuggets, can be extracted in an artisanal process known as gold panning, a labor intensive method that utilizes a sieve or gold pan to separate the precious metal out of sand and gravel. This artisanal form of mining was the primary method adopted by many of the local gold miners, known locally here in Spanish as “oreros”. The community of Dos Brazos de Rio Tigre was one of the major gold mining communities settled on the Peninsula due to its location positioned between the two arms of the Tigre River and on the outskirts of the mountainous jungle landscape of what is now Corcovado National Park. During this time, the Tigre River was said to be one of the rivers with the largest concentration of naturally occurring gold deposits in all of Osa. As a result, for many years the primary economic activity of the families who settled here was artisanal gold mining. Yet, due to speculation of the abundance of gold to be found in the area, along with these artisanal gold miners came extensive foreign commercial mining operations. Unlike the practices of artisanal gold miners, however, the operations of mining firms utilized extensive machinery to extract gold. Due to the nature of these commercial practices, these large scale operations had a dramatic impact on the surrounding area, reshaping much of the formerly untouched landscape of the Peninsula. This not only resulted in the destruction of many wildlife habitats in the region, which consequently caused many species to become endangered, but also had a significant environmental impact as a result of deforestation and landslides which altered forest lighting and effected local temperatures. In response to this extensive environmental damage, in 1975 then President Daniel Oduber established Corcovado National Park, a protected conservation territory of the Osa Peninsula that spans nearly 1/3 of the region’s terrestrial landscape. With the formation of this protected territory came significant government effort to eradicate any extractive activities within the park's limits and, by the early 1980’s, the government completely banned gold prospecting in all forms and began to heavily enforce these regulations within this restricted territory. While this legislation improved environmental conditions in the long run, for many locals, the immediate impact was overwhelmingly negative, resulting in widespread unemployment. Dos Brazos was one of the communities most effected by this new regulation, as many locals were prohibited from practicing the primary activities that enabled them to generate income to support their families for so many years. THE OSA PENINSULA A NATURE-LOVER'S PARADISE The Osa Peninsula, a lush remote location tucked away along the southern tip of Costa Rica's Pacific coastline, is one of the country's finest hidden treasures, praised for its tropical landscape of unparalleled richness and exceptional biodiversity. Osa was one of the last frontiers to be inhabited in Costa Rica with significant migration to the Peninsula beginning in the early 1930's onset by the discovery of significant gold deposits in the region. Though settlement during this "gold rush" continued through the better part of the 1970's, Osa is still sparsely populated with much of the region relatively untouched and only readily accessible by boat, horseback or hiking trail. While areas of Osa remain rather secluded, this in part is the very essence of the charm of the region, making it a world-renowned paradise and one of Costa Rica's top ecotourism destinations. Costa Rica as a whole has been recognized for its concerted conservation efforts and environmental practices with an impressive 25% of the country's land protected under the national park and reserve system. Osa represents an important piece of the country's protected natural landscape as this 700-square-mile stretch of land is the distinguished home to 2.5% of the world's biodiversity. Due to the extensive terrestrial and marine ecosystems endemic to the region, nearly 80% of the landscape remains part of an undeveloped patchwork of protected conservation territory known as the ACOSA region, or "Osa Conservation Area". The body of water that separates the Osa Peninsula from mainland Costa Rica is known as the Golfo Dulce, one of four tropical fjords on the planet and the only place on the globe where populations of both Northern and Southern Humpback whales meet to birth their young. The Térraba-Sierpe Wetlands, located on the Northern-Pacific region of the Peninsula, is the country's largest mangrove forest and represents the most significant wetland ecosystem in all of Central America. Osa's terrestrial regions house the largest remaining tract of lowland rainforest in all of Pacific Mesoamerica as well as the largest population of scarlet macaws in Central America and 3% of flora found nowhere else in the world. Apart from the extensive exotic species of wildlife found on the Peninsula, Osa is also known for some of the best surfing beaches (Cabo Matapalo) and is widely acclaimed to have the best snorkelling in all of Costa Rica (protected reserve Isla de Caño). However, by far the most popular tourist attraction on the Peninsula is world-renowned Corcovado National Park, the largest national park in all of Costa Rica with an impressive ecosystem of wildlife and biodiversity unlike anywhere on the planet (please read the "Corcovado National Park" section below for additional details). Yet, whether you're a nature enthusiast, an adventure junkie, or simply looking for a relaxing escape, the Osa Peninsula is truly a unique tropical paradise with plenty of nature tours and adventure excursions that will be sure to make your stay in Costa Rica an experience to remember! CORCOVADO NATIONAL PARK THE CROWN JEWEL OF COSTA RICA Established in October 1975, Corcovado National Park is the largest park in Costa Rica and protects nearly a third of the Osa Peninsula, spanning an area of 54,039 terrestrial hectares and 2,400 marine hectares. The park is home to 13 major ecosystems and conserves the largest primary forest on the American Pacific coastline and one of the few remaining sizeable areas of lowland tropical forests in the world. National Geographic named it "the most biologically intense place on Earth in terms of biodiversity," as the park contains 140 mammal species, 400 bird species (20 of which are endemic), 117 amphibian and reptile species, 40 species of freshwater fish, 500 species of trees, and 8,000 species of insects. Corcovado remains one of the last intact habitats of the New World's largest feline, the jaguar, and is home to four additional species of cats including, the puma, the ocelot, the jaguarundi, and the margay. All four Costa Rican monkey species can be found within the park including, the white-faced capuchin, the mantled howler, Geoffrey's spider monkey, and the endangered Central American squirrel monkey. In addition to the squirrel monkey, amongst the expansive number of species that reside in Corcovado are some of the largest remaining populations of a number of endangered species including, the Baird's tapir, the giant anteater, the white-lipped peccary, the harpy eagle, the scarlet macaw, and the American crocodile, amongst others. Corcovado is open to the public and can be visited on day hikes or overnight treks, however, as of February 1, 2014, all visitors must be accompanied by a certified professional guide to enter the park.
    房間類型

    私人房間


    旅居類型

    自然系旅居


    接待人數

    16


    睡房

    6

    Puerto Jiménez, Puntarenas Province, 哥斯大黎加

    La casa está ubicada en el centro de Dos Brazos, un pequeno pueblo de oreros, en medio de la selva y al lado del Parque National Corcovado. La habitación tiene baño privado. Usted tiene acceso a una cocina compartida y una área común con sillones, mesa, sillas, hamacas.... La situación de Dos Brazos permite participar, en el lugar, a muchas actividades guiadas o no guiadas.
    LA HABITACION - Cama matrimonial (QueenBed). - Cuarto de baño con ducha - Sanitario privado - Toallas y sabanas. TIENES ACCESO A AREAS COMPARTIDAS - Cocina equipada - Salon-terraza con sillones, sillas, mesa y hamacas. - Jardín con vistas y acceso al río El Tigre. Junto a la casa hay una pequeña pulpería en donde encontraras cosas muy básicas de comer. También, a solo unos metros, esta la oficina de turismo. ACTIVIDADES El pueblo de Dos Brazos está ubicado en la "Reserva Forestal Golfo Dulce", entre los dos brazos de Río Tigre. Tiene una entrada poco conocida al Parque Nacional Corcovado. El Manantial es ideal para disfrutar de todas las posibilidades que ofrece esta zona. Puede practicar muchas actividades, guiadas o no guiadas, en el sitio o en los alrededores. La casa está ubicada a solo 5 minutos del nuevo sendero del Parque Nacional Corcovado, a solo 1 km de los hermosos senderos de Bolita con cascadas, piscinas naturales y vistas impresionantes al Golfo Dulce y bosques primarios. Hay muchos senderos en la selva, cascadas que incluyen el famoso "El Salto", y duchas naturales... También podrás encontrar a auténticos oreros. Dos Brazos es un lugar muy famoso para la observación de aves… Dos Brazos está a solo 20 minutos de Puerto Jiménez y cerca de muchas playas del Golfo Dulce. Zulay y William son de este pequeño pueblo. Ellos saben todos los secretos. Les encanta compartir SERVICIOS - Comidas. A 1 km de la casa se encuentra el restaurante La Cuchara Tica de Amazonita, Desayuno: $ 8 / Almuerzo: $ 12 (sin bebidas) / Cena: $ 15 (sin bebidas) - Organización de sus actividades. Ofrecemos una selección de actividades guiadas o no guiadas. Zulay está a su disposición para presentar y organizar todas las actividades posibles. - Masaje / Pedicura / Manicura. Con todo su diploma estatal en el bolsillo, Zulay está a su disposición para ofrecerle una cura de bienestar. - En caso de larga estancia, el precio incluye la limpieza de su alojamiento, así como el cambio de sábanas y toallas cada tres días. - Servicio de lavandería. $ 2 / kg. 5 kg mínimo
    Es un lugar tranquilo , las personas son humildes y sosiables, una comunidad rural acompañada y rodeada de bosques y montañas, ríos limpios, cascadas, diversidad de aves, flora y fauna, diferentes actividades como: tours al parque Corcovado por me dio de la asociación acodobrarti, también tours de oro, tours nocturno para observar ranas, serpientes, insectos, avistamiento de aves, cabalgatas, caminatas , etc.
    房間類型

    私人房間


    旅居類型

    獨立屋


    接待人數

    2


    睡房

    1

    Dos Brazos, Puerto Jimenez, Golfito, 哥斯大黎加

    Bolita is located right next to Corcovado National park. We offer a chance to stay in the rainforest, and spend your days hiking our extensive self-guided trail system. Dorm beds, and private cabinas are available.
    We are nestled in Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula, next to the small gold mining village of Dos Brazos de Rio Tigre. THE TRAILS The Bolita trail system meanders through 60 hectares of primary and secondary forest that shares a common border with Corcovado Park. There are multiple waterfalls, ocean views and spectacular wildlife to see along the almost 14 kilometers of signed and marked trails. Upon arrival, you'll be given an trail map that will allow you unlimited use, at your leisure, and at no additional cost. ACCOMMODATIONS Cook your own food in the original farmhouse. The dorm beds are on a new platform. Each bunk has a divider panel to give you the maximum privacy possible, in a dorm room. Hear the birds and Howler monkeys every morning as you watch the sunrise over the Golfo Dulce. There is an updated kitchen, roofed picnic table, and hammocks for relaxing. For sleeping, you have a choice of comfortable dorm style single beds complete with mosquito nets, or a double private bed, all at just $12 pp/n including the use of our trails! BRING FOOD AND FLASHLIGHT!! No electricity or refrigeration on site. Food can be purchased at one of the two small grocers in Dos Brazos, but please note they are closed on Sunday. For a wider selection, and fresh fruits and vegetables, shop in Puerto Jimenez before making your way to Bolita
    房間類型

    共居空間


    旅居類型

    自然系旅居


    接待人數

    12


    睡房

    1

    Puerto Jiménez, 蓬塔雷納斯, 哥斯大黎加

    A simple and confortable house at a walking distance to an authentic quiet beach on a 40 acres reserve where you can observe a lot of wildlife. Cañaza is a little village with a football field, a couple of churches and a general store. Corcovado touches Cañaza and the Golfo Dulce is lovely! There is an equiped kitchen with a fridge and a gaz stove if you would like to cook something or Marias can also cook for you and offer some delicious and healthy tropical meals.
    The house we finished building in 2019 is at a walking distance to an authentic quiet beach on a 40 acres reserve where you can observe a lot of wildlife as well as farm animals. It has a unique timber frame structure. Cañaza is a little village with a football field, a couple of churches and a general store. Corcovado touches Cañaza and the Golfo Dulce is lovely! There is a fridge, a blender and a gaz stove if you would like to cook something or we can also offer some healthy tropical meals.
    Cañaza is an authentic costarican village with small scale farmers and fishermans. The beach is very quiet, but the wild life is there, you have great chances to spot howler monkeys, Ara macao parrots, Toucans ...
    房間類型

    完整旅居


    旅居類型

    獨立屋


    接待人數

    9


    睡房

    2

    Cañaza, 蓬塔雷納斯省(Provincia de Puntarenas), 哥斯大黎加

    es tipo rustico. bosque, rio, privada, cerca carretera, vecinos con distancia, terreno grande. luz agua. camino buen estado.
    房間類型

    完整旅居


    旅居類型

    自然系旅居


    接待人數

    5


    睡房

    4

    Cañaza, 蓬塔雷納斯省(Provincia de Puntarenas), 哥斯大黎加

    Blancas and Gulf Dulce.
    Nuestras Cabinas son rusticas y pisos de maderas,nuestros clientes pueden disfrutar de las frutas de nuestra propiedad,les podemos dar una caminata viendo bosques primarios,si desean un tour por el manso golfo dulce pueden contactarnos,es una experiencia unica.
    En nuestro sitio es una zona tranquila,no tenemos colindantes alrededor,estamos rodeados de bosques y fincas de ganado y agricola,solo al frente de la propiedad pasa la calle principal(245),tenemos a 5.000 etros un abastecedor,un bar,2 plazas de futbol y una de futbol 5,tenemos varios pequeños rios cerca de nosotros y las playas estan a 10 minutos.
    房間類型

    私人房間


    旅居類型

    出租屋


    接待人數

    10


    睡房

    4

    Puerto Jiménez, 蓬塔雷納斯省(Provincia de Puntarenas), 哥斯大黎加

    This place is in my grandparents' house. It's located in the Osa Peninsula. I'm managing the platform because they are older adults who don't speaks english. But they are very hospitable so they want to be able to have additional visits, at the same time they earn money. A very quiet beach, 2 km from the house and 75 meters. It is on the main road.
    In the place you will be able to get all the number of services you require (taxi transport, guide to the Corcovado National Park or any other activity you want to do). Even if you need transportation to Puerto Jiménez downtown, you could talk to them and they will do it if they can, for a low price.
    The neighborhood is little, but it is too secure.
    房間類型

    私人房間


    旅居類型

    鄉村小屋


    接待人數

    2


    睡房

    1

    CR, 哥斯大黎加

    La casa está ubicada en el centro de Dos Brazos, un pequeno pueblo de oreros, en medio de la selva y al lado del Parque National Corcovado. La habitación tiene baño privado. Usted tiene acceso a una cocina compartida y una área común con sillones, mesa, sillas, hamacas.... La situación de Dos Brazos permite participar, en el lugar, a muchas actividades guiadas o no guiadas.
    LA HABITACION - 1 cama matrimonial (QueenBed) - 2 camas pequeñas para niños - Cuarto de baño con ducha (agua fría) - Sanitario privado - Toallas y sabanas - Wifi TIENES ACCESO A AREAS COMPARTIDAS - Cocina equipada - Salon-terraza con sillones, sillas, mesa y hamacas. - Jardín con vistas y acceso al río El Tigre. Junto a la casa hay una pequeña pulpería en donde encontraras cosas muy básicas de comer. También, a solo unos metros, esta la oficina de turismo. ACTIVIDADES El pueblo de Dos Brazos está ubicado en la "Reserva Forestal Golfo Dulce", entre los dos brazos de Río Tigre. Tiene una entrada poco conocida al Parque Nacional Corcovado. El Manantial es ideal para disfrutar de todas las posibilidades que ofrece esta zona. Puede practicar muchas actividades, guiadas o no guiadas, en el sitio o en los alrededores. La casa está ubicada a solo 5 minutos del nuevo sendero del Parque Nacional Corcovado, a solo 1 km de los hermosos senderos de Bolita con cascadas, piscinas naturales y vistas impresionantes al Golfo Dulce y bosques primarios. Hay muchos senderos en la selva, cascadas que incluyen el famoso "El Salto", y duchas naturales... También podrás encontrar a auténticos oreros. Dos Brazos es un lugar muy famoso para la observación de aves… Dos Brazos está a solo 20 minutos de Puerto Jiménez y cerca de muchas playas del Golfo Dulce. Zulay y William son de este pequeño pueblo. Ellos saben todos los secretos. Les encanta compartir SERVICIOS - Comidas. A 1 km de la casa se encuentra el restaurante La Cuchara Tica de Amazonita, Desayuno: $ 8 / Almuerzo: $ 12 (sin bebidas) / Cena: $ 15 (sin bebidas) - Organización de sus actividades. Ofrecemos una selección de actividades guiadas o no guiadas. Zulay está a su disposición para presentar y organizar todas las actividades posibles. - Masaje / Pedicura / Manicura. Con todo su diploma estatal en el bolsillo, Zulay está a su disposición para ofrecerle una cura de bienestar. - En caso de larga estancia, el precio incluye la limpieza de su alojamiento, así como el cambio de sábanas y toallas cada tres días. - Servicio de lavandería. $ 2 / kg. 5 kg mínimo
    Es un lugar tranquilo , las personas son humildes y sosiables, una comunidad rural acompañada y rodeada de bosques y montañas, ríos limpios, cascadas, diversidad de aves, flora y fauna, diferentes actividades como: tours al parque Corcovado por me dio de la asociación acodobrarti, también tours de oro, tours nocturno para observar ranas, serpientes, insectos, avistamiento de aves, cabalgatas, caminatas , etc.
    房間類型

    私人房間


    旅居類型

    獨立屋


    接待人數

    4


    睡房

    1

    Dos Brazos, Puerto Jimenez, Golfito, 哥斯大黎加

    Welcome to the NEW Ecotourism Community Center of Dos Brazos de Rio Tigre! Opened in April 2017 with support from the National Institute of Rural Development, the bambú design was developed to complement the natural landscape of the community located along the outskirts of the jungle of Corcovado. Tents, cots or hammocks can be set up at your leisure in the open space. The $10 USD per person, price includes camping . www.corcovadoeltigre.com
    This space is a newly constructed community eco-center that allows guests to immerse themselves in the natural beauty of the community while having access to modern amenities to ensure your stay with us is both comfortable and enjoyable. Additionally, lunch and dinner can also be prepared fresh for guests for an additional 3,000 CRC per person ($6 USD per meal) upon request or you can enjoy a pizza and a natural drink with season fruits in our Wester Restaurant and pizzeria in the same building Laundry services are also available for an additional fee should guests wish to have their clothes wash and dried during their stay as well.
    My name is Ermer Azofeifa Mora and I am the President of the Asociación Conservacionista de Dos Brazos de Rio Tigre (ACODOBRARTI). Our community of Dos Brazos de Rio Tigre is situated between the "two arms" of the Tiger River here on the Osa Peninsula and located on the outskirts of world-renowned Corcovado National Park. Though Dos Brazos has a deep history as a gold-mining community, within the past 10 years we have been working extensively to shift the primary economic activities of Dos Brazos away from the damaging practices of gold mining, hunting and logging in favor of sustainable sources of work that not only seek to safeguard the community’s unique natural landscape, but also depend on it. While the association, comprised of 56 community members, has received an abundance of support in the past from local NGO’s and government organizations, including a visit from the President of the Republic of Costa Rica in May 2015, much of ACODOBRARTI's success can be attributed to the emphasis on implementing change through an educational approach, focusing to not only transform community behavior, but more enduring, transform the community’s mentality with regard to conservation and the need for it. The resulting effects of these efforts have come to fruition in recent years in the form of our community-wide adoption of ecotourism and other alternative sustainable economic activities with notable successes that include the opening of the community’s first entrance into Corcovado National Park in February 2015, the training and certification of 25 community members as local park guides, and the construction of a community native plant nursery and botanical garden focused on providing a means to protect and sustain the local landscape and wildlife habitats of the many unique species of animals and birds found exclusively on the Osa Peninsula. We are proud to call Dos Brazos home, and are eager to share with visitors a piece of our local culture and way of life. From Corcovado hikes, horseback riding tours and community cooking classes, we have a variety of activities to offer a truly authentic experience of life on the Peninsula. We hope you'll come pay us a visit soon!
  • 這真讓我們的哥斯達黎加之旅驚艷! Ermer花時間抽出時間指出我們總是朝著正確的方向前進。他的徒步旅行非常有趣。很高興有一位說英語的當地“Tico”教你不僅是他的社區,還有哥斯達黎加。無可否認,他對保護,社區和人際關係的熱情。我們所有的餐點均由社區當地人準備,然後通過自行車或騎馬運送。它們很好吃。 Dos Bravos Rios酒店靠近Puerto Jiminez,因此您可以快速前往海灘,不會受到高溫或旅遊的影響。我們不能說我們的住宿有足夠的好處。試一試自己吧!

    Caitlin & Chris2019-01-06T00:00:00Z
  • 這個地方真棒!你是一個被叢林包圍的三百人的小鎮。 Ermer幫我們安排了一次旅行和美味的早餐,午餐和晚餐。有淋浴和洗手間非常乾淨,醒來的大聲鳥是驚人的。 Ermer是一位出色的主持人並且幫助了一切。別忘了帶上你的帳篷!

    Pamela2018-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • 房間類型

    完整旅居


    旅居類型

    營地


    接待人數

    16


    睡房

    0

    Puerto Jiménez, Puntarenas Province, 哥斯大黎加

    Beautiful villa immersed in the forest, just a short walk from a calm beach with crystal waters. Discover the wonders of Osa's peninsula wildlife, come and relax in the bliss of nature!
    The house, fully equipped and comfortable, is surrounded by a big private garden with lush flowers, tropical fruit and big trees populated by colorful parrots and playful monkeys. Relax in the quiet surrounding or take off to discover the wild nature of the Osa Peninsula. The villa, bright and airy with its spacious interiors and high ceilings develops on 2 floors. On the ground floor there’s a fully equipped kitchen, dining room and living room. On the top floor there are 3 bedrooms, each one with ample terraces and ceiling fans, and three bathrooms fitted with washbasin, shower with hot water, toilet, and bidet. The house is located about 200 meters from the bus stop that connects Cañasa to PuertoJimenez. The distance from Puerto Jimenez is about 10 km. The Cañaza beach is 600m from the house and offers the possibility of boat trips in the Gulf Dolce for fishing and tourism. Electrical outlets throughout the house are European, with adapters for American outlets.
    Cañasa is a tiny village 10 km away from Puerto Jimenez. There are various beaches close to the house, the nearest, just 600mts, is a long strip of sand where you can enjoy long walks. Cañasa beach, located 1.5 km away (about 1 mile) features a small dock and offers boat trips and fishing trips.
  • 美麗的家。田園詩般的環境。很棒的體驗。

    Cindy2018-06-30T00:00:00Z
  • Paola的房子以其開放和慷慨而令人驚喜。高高的天花板,漂亮的木製品,寬敞的陽台和令人印象深刻的花園,配有巨大的Matapolo,雞肉和竹子圍欄。斯嘉麗在下午飛過,每天都會看到一隻松鼠猴。是的,蚊帳需要固定,但你無論如何都需要驅蚊劑,因為把自己鎖在門而不是用敞開的門窗睡覺是一種恥辱。 Wilberth是一個聰明且完全值得信賴的“Tico”,當你需要他時總會在那裡。放縱!

    Katja2018-06-16T00:00:00Z
  • 我的家人在Paola的家裡住了6晚,我們非常喜歡!這是一個美麗,裝飾精美,堅固的房子,位於Puerto Jimenez以北的一個非常私密的區域。我想說,擁有一輛汽車至關重要。 (如果你想進行大量的探索,擁有4x4車輛也是非常重要的。)從房子里美妙的甲板和門廊可以看到相當多的野生動物:我們看到吼猴,鬣蜥,金剛鸚鵡,蝴蝶,一隻青蛙!這對一個小團體來說非常舒服;我們喜歡隱私和安靜。

    Joan2018-02-03T00:00:00Z
  • 房子非常舒適,非常乾淨。休息的好地方,距離PuertoJiménez的不同海灘和Corcovado國家公園不遠。我推薦這個地方。

    Alejandro2017-04-12T00:00:00Z
  • 房間類型

    完整旅居


    旅居類型

    獨立屋


    接待人數

    6


    睡房

    3

    Cañaza, 蓬塔雷納斯省(Provincia de Puntarenas), 哥斯大黎加

    Dvoupatrová luxusní villa s privátní vířivkou a nádherným výhledem na Tichý Oceán. Ve spodním patře se nachází obývací pokoj se dvěma gauči z tropického dřeva, konferenčními stolky a dekoracemi. Na spodní terase je gauč a závěsné houpací sítě. V horním patře jsou dvě ložnice s klimatizací, koupelna se sprchou, umyvadlem a záchodem. Na horní terase jsou dvě sofá a výhled na oceán. Z venkovní koupelny je výhled do pralesa. V koupelně je toaleta, sprcha a vířivka.
    房間類型

    完整旅居


    旅居類型

    別墅


    接待人數

    4


    睡房

    2

    Puerto Jiménez, 蓬塔雷納斯省(Provincia de Puntarenas), 哥斯大黎加

    FULL HOUSE: Newly renovated house, at the entrance of the Bolita property. The house is nestled between Rio Tigre, and the forests of Corcovado, and situated at the very end of the village of Dos Brazos, so you'll be surrounded by nature, with no interuptions. It's the perfect chance to find that escape. Very suitable for one couple, but ample space for two couples, or a family of 5 or 6. This property off grid, and is not accessible by car. There is a 7 minute walk to the house.
    2 generously sized bedrooms. One with a king size bed, and the second bedroom has one double, and one individual bed. One bathroom, dining table, breakfast bar, inside seating area, and spacious outdoor covered patio with large seating area and hammocks. You'll also find a USB charging station, small 12 volt cooler, and LED lights throughout. Meet us at the Bolita office where you'll park your car, and we'll show you to the house. Keep in mind that during your stay, you'll have unlimited access to the Bolita trails located on a private 60 hectar property that is situated right beside Corcovado National Park. (see map for details) Mosquito/sandfly nets on all beds. Off grid solar power station. Fully equipped kitchen with a 12v cooler and 5 burner gas stove. Indoor "rainshower", flush toilet Potable spring water system from the mountains above the site. Fully secure. Situated on a 3 hectare property, no neighbours, no traffic
    You'll have full access to the bolita trail system during your stay. The 60 hectare property on which the trails are located, starts a few steps from the house. If you walk in the other direction, into the village, you'll find a few small family run cafes and restaurants to enjoy during your stay.
    房間類型

    完整旅居


    旅居類型

    鄉村小屋


    接待人數

    6


    睡房

    2

    Dos Brazos, 蓬塔雷納斯省(Provincia de Puntarenas), 哥斯大黎加

    Healing Rainforest Luxury Treehouse Rental is 60’up in the canopy with screened in bedrooms, comfy sheets, fans and reading lights. Costa Rica Treehouse in rainforest looks out over Corcovado National Park and Golfo Dulce. Located on 200 acre rainforest and only a few minutes to beach, you’ll find a plethora of wildlife. 7 levels, 2 bath, 4 bedrooms and 2 living rooms with a full kitchen make this Airbnb treehouse stand out from the rest of the canopy home crowd.
    Healing rainforest treehouse sits on top of a 6.5 million year old rainforest. The Osa Peninsula is an ancient volcano on Pacific Ocean. This super volcano crater formed to become what we know as The Golfo Dulce in Southern Costa Rica also home to dolphin, whales and sea turtles. Perched on the rim of this ancient super volcano, a Healing Rainforest appears. We know this now as Corcovado National Park, the jewel of the Costa Rica National Park System. Here you’ll find the purest water and healthiest food on earth. Surrounded by the most intense rainforest on earth, the Osa Peninsula is the origin of oxygen with the purest water In the air, water and plants.
    Costa Rica luxury tree house rental is on the edge of an ancient volcano and just 10 minutes north of Puerto Jimenez, Osa Peninsula and just a few km. away from Corcovado National Park and remote beaches. Dozens of great eco tours and permaculture educational eating adventures
    房間類型

    完整旅居


    旅居類型

    樹屋


    接待人數

    8


    睡房

    4

    Puerto Jiménez, 蓬塔雷納斯省(Provincia de Puntarenas), 哥斯大黎加

    Casa Philae se trouve à Dos Brazos, un village de chercheurs d'or, au milieu de la jungle à proximité immédiate du Corcovado. En hauteur et très ouverte sur l'extérieur, entourée d'une végétation luxuriante, elle offre une vue imprenable sur la forêt tropicale. Sa situation exceptionnelle permet de pratiquer de nombreuses activités guidées ou non guidées sur place ou à proximité immédiate (le nouveau sentier "El Tigre" du Corcovado est à 5 minutes à pieds).
    Parfaite pour un couple, Casa Philae peut également accueillir jusqu'à six personnes dans une grande chambre avec un lit double Queen Size et deux lits superposés. La maison dispose d'un salon ouvert avec vue sur la forêt tropicale. Equipements - Un lit double (Queen Size) - Deux lits superposés - Toilettes privées - Salle de bain avec douche froide (mais agréable) - Moustiquaires, serviettes et literie inclus - Fauteuils - Excellente eau de source (de la propriété) - Deux lits bébé (0-3 ans) disponibles sur demande Amazonita Ecolodge Amazonita (littéralement "petite Amazonie") est un petit Ecolodge familial composé d'un ensemble de trois adorables maisons (de 2 à 6 personnes), d'un espace de camping et d'un restaurant répartis sur 10 hectares de forêt tropicale traversés par deux torrents. Elles sont construites en bois "tombé" et en bambou issus de la propriété. Situées en hauteur sur une colline et très ouvertes sur l'extérieur, elles offrent une vue imprenable sur la forêt tropicale et un contact direct avec la nature. Vous n'aurez pas besoin de télévision ici, le paysage sera votre écran plat lorsque vous admirerez les nuages qui flirtent avec la canopée au petit matin et les aras et les toucans qui jouent avec la cime vertigineuse des arbres. Comme un Robinson sur son île, vous aurez l'impression de vivre le premier matin du monde tous les jours... A l’entrée de la propriété, se trouve le charmant restaurant du lodge "La Cuchara Tica" installé dans une ancienne maison de chercheur d'or. Vivez la grande aventure au cœur de la jungle en sécurité et dans un cadre très confortable. Activités Amazonita Ecolodge est situé en plein cœur de la jungle, dans la "Réserva Forestal Golfo Dulce", entre les deux bras du Rio Tigre et à 200 mètres d'une entrée méconnue du Parc national du Corcovado. C'est l'endroit idéal pour vous détendre et profiter de la beauté de la nature ou pour pratiquer de nombreuses activités, guidées ou non guidées, sur place ou à proximité immédiate. Les terrasses des maisons permettent d’observer la faune et la flore de la forêt tropicale depuis le sol jusqu’à la canopée. Le lodge est situé à seulement 5 minutes du nouveau sentier du Parc national Corcovado et à 100 mètres des magnifiques sentiers de Finca Bolita avec des cascades, des piscines naturelles et des vues imprenables sur le Golfo Dulce. Il existe de nombreux sentiers dans la jungle, des chutes d'eau dont le célèbre "El Salto", des douches naturelles... Vous pourrez également aller à la rencontre de véritables chercheurs d'or et observer les oiseaux. Dos Brazos est un spot de birdwatching de réputation mondiale... Enfin, Dos Brazos est à seulement 20 minutes de Puerto Jimenez et à proximité des plages du Golfo Dulce dont les célèbres plages de surfeurs de Cabo Matapalo. Services à votre disposition - Service de restauration. Zulay vous propose une cuisine typique et des vins internationaux dans une ambiance cosmopolite, amicale et familiale. Uniquement sur réservation (au plus tard la veille pour le petit déjeuner et le déjeuner et le matin pour le diner). Possibilité de vous faire livrer votre repas dans votre maison. Petit déjeuner: 8 $ / Déjeuner : 12 $ (hors boissons) / Diner : 15 $ (hors boissons) - Organisation de vos activités. Nous vous proposons une sélection d'activités guidées ou non guidées. Pascal est à votre disposition pour vous présenter et organiser l'ensemble des activités possibles. - Massage / Pédicure / Manucure. Avec tous ses diplôme d'état en poche, Zulay est à votre disposition pour vous offrir une cure de bien être. N'hésitez pas à faire appel à ses services, elle fait des merveilles... Les tarifs sont à voir avec elle sur place. - En cas de séjour long, le tarif inclut un nettoyage de votre logement ainsi que le changement des draps et des serviettes tous les trois jours. - Service de blanchisserie. 2 $ / kg . 5 kg minimum
    Amazonita est située en bordure du Parc National Corcovado. Littéralement au bout de la route (vous ne pourrez pas aller plus loin avec votre véhicule), avec le dernier accès à l’électricité de la zone, la propriété héberge la même végétation et la même faune que le célèbre parc… Le Corcovado a été présenté par le National Geographic comme "The most intense biologically place on earth". Ce parc national est relativement difficile d'accès. Or, Amazonita dispose, à seulement 5 minutes à pied, d’un accès nouvellement ouvert et encore méconnu. Amazonita se trouve à 10 minutes à pied du centre de Dos Brazos, un véritable village de chercheurs d'or. Il y a plus de 50 ans, l’or (l'un des plus pur au monde) a attiré de nombreux aventuriers et le village a vécu de nombreuses années autour de l'extraction de l’or. Aujourd’hui, bien que l’orpaillage soit illégal, beaucoup d’habitants le pratique encore et l'or reste la principale monnaie d'échange dans les commerces du village (il n'est pas rare de croiser quelques belles pépites échangées contre des denrées dans les deux pulperias). Toutefois, la communauté a décidé de prendre son avenir en main, de protéger et de valoriser cet environnement naturel incroyable qui l'entoure et de développer le tourisme éco-responsable. De nombreux chercheurs d'or sont devenus guides. Ils connaissent parfaitement la nature qui les entoure et ont de nombreuses histoires à raconter... Lorsque vous visitez cette zone, vous soutenez et participez activement à cette démarche exemplaire. Amazonita se trouve au coeur de la Péninsule d'Osa, la dernière frontière sauvage du Costa Rica. Cette région, située à l’extrémité sud-ouest, est l’une des plus isolées et sauvages du pays. La forêt tropicale y rencontre la mer et elle est souvent présentée comme la dernière frontière sauvage du Costa Rica. La plus grande partie de la Péninsule est protégée. Elle héberge plus de 50 % des espèces animales et végétales du Costa Rica soit 2,5 % de la biodiversité mondiale !
    房間類型

    完整旅居


    旅居類型

    獨立屋


    接待人數

    6


    睡房

    1

    Rio Tigre, Puntarenas Province, 哥斯大黎加

    This is a charming open-air, river front, double bedroom. Ideal for couples, nested between our food forest and the Tiger River. The kitchen and the common areas are spacious and open-air too. 3 shared showers & 2 shared dry-composting toilets. Perfect location to start a guided tour in the Corcovado National Park.
    Utopia Tica is a sustainable lodge nested within a food forest project, close to nature, that tries to respect it as much as possible. That's why we chose to only have compostable dry toilets to save water. Water from the kitchen and showers flows directly into our kitchen garden creating a sustainable cycle . This is why we ask our guests to only use bio-degradable products that will be offered upon their arrival.
    The property is located in between the river of Dos Brazos and the Corcovado National Park. It is surrounded by the beautiful primary forest of the Osa Peninsula.
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    私人房間


    旅居類型

    自然系旅居


    接待人數

    2


    睡房

    1

    Dos Brazos, 蓬塔雷納斯省(Provincia de Puntarenas), 哥斯大黎加

    Dvoupatrová luxusní villa s privátní vířivkou a nádherným výhledem na Tichý Oceán. Ve spodním patře se nachází obývací pokoj se dvěma gauči z tropického dřeva, konferenčními stolky a dekoracemi. Na spodní terase je gauč a závěsné houpací sítě. V horním patře jsou dvě ložnice s klimatizací, koupelna se sprchou, umyvadlem a záchodem. Na horní terase jsou dvě sofá s výhledem na oceán. Z venkovní koupelny je výhled do pralesa. V koupelně je toaleta, sprcha a vířivka.
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    完整旅居


    旅居類型

    別墅


    接待人數

    4


    睡房

    2

    Puerto Jiménez, 蓬塔雷納斯省(Provincia de Puntarenas), 哥斯大黎加

    Hostal Rio Tigre Corcovado is located along the Tigre River on the outskirts of Corcovado National Park approximately 25 minutes outside of Puerto Jimenez on the Osa Peninsula. All guests will have access to coordinate a variety of adventure tours and cultural excursions, including treks in Corcovado National Park, artisanal gold mining tours, and tours of ancient indigenous archaeological ruins, amongst others, with the Office of Tourism in Dos Brazos de Rio Tigre. www.corcovadoeltigre.com
    Hostal Rio Tigre Corcovado is a bed and breakfast with private rooms available for rent though the space can also be rented as a private guest house for large groups (please see separate "Corcovado Guest Home: Hostal Rio Tigre Corcovado" page on AirBNB for special rates). Guest rooms are equipped with basic accommodations including sheets, towels, fan, and basic bathroom essentials. All guests will have access to shared common spaces including an upstairs and downstairs living room, covered balcony, front porch, and full kitchen.
    Dos Brazos has a deep history as a gold-mining community, however, within the past 10 years the community has been working extensively to shift primary economic activities away from the damaging practices of gold mining, hunting and logging in favor of sustainable sources of work that not only seek to safeguard the community’s unique natural landscape, but also depend on it. The community's association for conservation and tourism, ACODOBRARTI, is comprised of 56 community members. Though the association has received an abundance of support in the last 5 years from local NGO’s and government organizations, including a visit from the President of the Republic of Costa Rica in May 2015, much of ACODOBRARTI's success can be attributed to its emphasis on implementing change through an educational approach, focusing to not only transform community behavior, but more enduring, transform the community’s mentality with regard to conservation and the need for it. The resulting effects of these efforts have come to fruition in recent years in the form of our community-wide adoption of ecotourism and other alternative sustainable economic activities with notable successes that include the opening of the community’s first entrance into Corcovado National Park in February 2015, the training and certification of 25 community members as local park guides, and the construction of a community native plant nursery and botanical garden focused on providing a means to protect and sustain the local landscape and wildlife habitats of the many unique species of animals and birds found exclusively on the Osa Peninsula. We are proud to call Dos Brazos home, and are eager to share with visitors a piece of our local culture and way of life. From Corcovado hikes, horseback riding tours and community cooking classes, we have a variety of activities to offer a truly authentic experience of life on the Peninsula. We hope you'll come pay us a visit soon!
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    私人房間


    旅居類型

    B&B/民宿


    接待人數

    16


    睡房

    4

    Puerto Jiménez, 蓬塔雷納斯省(Provincia de Puntarenas), 哥斯大黎加

    Casa Bejuco is situated at the edge of primary jungle inside the 22Ha Puri Mas eco-retreat. Tranquility, wildlife, and birds surround the house. Often visited by bird watchers and professional photographers. Casa Bejuco’s seclusion offers full privacy for guests, yet being walking distance from the main Puri Mas house and from the other guesthouse "Casa Anak, at the Puri Mas idyllic eco-retreat”. Combined rental is possible. The link is https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/10649950
    Casa Bejuco is a short walk down (200 meters) from the central area of the Puri Mas eco-retreat (see the Puri Mas lay-out map under “photos”). Features of Casa Bejuco include: Bedroom: a securely screened bedroom with a king-size bed and high quality mattress to guarantee a good night’s rest. The high ceilings and the room’s openness, together with a silent roof fan, are resulting into pleasant coolness. Curtains are installed. Bathroom: an en-suite bathroom with cozy quality design, offers a hot water shower with enjoyable water pressure: our solar powered pump systems provide an exceptional showering comfort… The wash table cabinets contain fresh towels and all amenities. Deck: the furnished wooden deck is oriented towards the edges of the forest. An evening cocktail here, or on the seats underneath the Casa Bejuco roof overhangs, may become a unique wildlife encounter. Under roof area: Casa Bejuco has a spacious under roof area functioning as entrance, equipped with a washing sink, drying lines, a table and benches, a small refrigerator, a coffee maker and some basic kitchenware to make a sandwich or a quick lunch. A BBQ is also provided. But please note that this rental house has no equipped kitchen. Parking: Casa Bejuco has a spacious parking area in front of the house, but requires a 4x4 to access and exit. Else, parking space is 200 meters away from Casa Bejuco. Breakfast and dinner can be served at the main house/restaurant of Puri Mas, upon advanced request. For families or groups renting both guesthouses (Casa Bejuco and Casa Anak), self-catering can be done at the fully equipped kitchen of Casa Anak. Organic fruits, herbs, vegetables (season dependent), are freely available from the surrounding Puri Mas gardens.
    Casa Bejuco and Casa Anak sit within the 22-hectare property of Puri Mas, which is located on the top of a hill that offers splendid views on the Gulfo Dulce. Puri Mas is 3km away from the main road 245, between Rincon/La Palma and Puerto Jimenez. The town of Puerto Jimenez is about 20km. away from Puri Mas. Although in the middle of the jungle, the Puri Mas property is easily accessible and close to all the main points of interest, as listed under “guest interaction”. Puri Mas consists of 80% primary jungle with a variety of plants and trees, resident- or visiting wildlife. Organic vegetables and fruits are grown on-site, on a concentrated 1 Ha area (see the Puri Mas lay-out map under “photos”). Well-maintained and marked hiking trails on the property will lead you through the dense jungle and cacao plantation to the Barrigones River, where you can enjoy a refreshing swim. Due to the close proximity to the Corcovado National Park, the property has an abundance of wildlife like big cats, 3 species of monkeys, tapir, ant eaters, deer, toucans, macaws and many bird species, snakes, frogs and various reptiles, arthropods… One of the most breathtaking views onto the Gulfo Dulce is some 500 meters uphill walking from Puri Mas.
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    完整旅居


    旅居類型

    鄉村小屋


    接待人數

    2


    睡房

    1

    Canaza de Puerto Jiménez, 蓬塔雷納斯, 哥斯大黎加

    The Rancho is a private property of 1 Hectare in front of the beach totally adequate for your next family or friends vacation, it have 8 beds for 10 people and 2 bathrooms. Is very private and located in a peaceful place, just 15 minutes away driving from Puerto Jimenez.
    The rancho is a private retreat on the Golfo Dulce that provides a perfect vantage point for bird watching and animal viewing. Beautiful scarlet macaws, green parrots and toucans stop to feast on almonds and fruits in the yard in clear site for photography. There are avocados, lemons, almonds, water apples, bananas, papaya, oregano and cilantro growing on the property. Colorful butterflies and busy hummingbirds are abundant as they fly amongst the flowers. Howler monkeys, squirrel monkeys, spider monkeys, and capuchin monkeys travel through the property and seem to prefer the trees near the beach. Be sure to enjoy the beauty of the heliconia blooms and the varieties of palm trees. If you look carefully, you may spot a sloth resting on the branch of a tree. The wide, covered deck of the rancho features hammocks and swings for relaxing. The first floor has a full bathroom, large dining room area and a fully equipped kitchen. There is a refrigerator and freezer as well as a gas range. The second floor also has a full bathroom, two bedrooms with queen size beds and a large room with three sets of bunk beds. There are ceiling fans and lighting throughout the rancho. If you prefer to shower outdoors, there is a shower in the yard, surrounded by a flowering hibiscus tree for a little privacy. There is a covered outdoor laundry area and clotheslines for drying the clothes in the sun. The rancho has both city water and well water. During the day you may see little bats sleeping on the outside of the screens upstairs. At night they hunt for insects to eat, so they are very important and beneficial to us. Imagine walking down the short path from the rancho to the beach area for a swim in the warm, clear water of the Golfo Dulce. Although the Golfo has high and low tides, it does not have ocean waves, so the water is peaceful and calm for swimming or for floating. Herons and egrets fish in the Golfo. You may see the local people fishing in front of the mangroves during the changing tides. We frequently have seen dolphins swimming past the beach area in the Golfo Dulce. When you swim after dark you may be able to see the bioluminescence of the phosphorus plankton in the Golfo Dulce as you listen to the tree frog serenade.
    房間類型

    完整旅居


    旅居類型

    獨立屋


    接待人數

    10


    睡房

    3

    Puerto Jiménez, 蓬塔雷納斯省(Provincia de Puntarenas), 哥斯大黎加

    Casa Anak, a high-end guesthouse on the forested 22Ha Puri Mas retreat, offers luxury in the midst of the jungle. Built in Mediterranean style with spacious open kitchen, special care for detail. Often booked by birdwatchers and professional photographers. Splendid views on the Gulfo Dulce, wildlife and silence, guarantee a memorable stay. A 2nd guesthouse “Casa Bejuco, at the Puri Mas idyllic eco-retreat”, also published on AirBnb: possible for combined rental. www.airbnb.com/rooms/10331399
    Casa Anak is located in the vicinity of the Puri Mas main house (see the Puri Mas lay-out map under “photos”). Features of Casa Anak include: Bedroom: a securely screened bedroom with a queen-size bed and high quality mattress to guarantee a good night’s rest. The room’s openness, together with a silent ceiling fan, are resulting into pleasant coolness. Bathroom and showers: an en-suite bathroom with cozy quality design, offers a hot water shower with enjoyable water pressure: our solar powered pump systems provides an exceptional showering comfort… The wash table cabinets contain fresh towels and all amenities. Additionally, there is a second private outdoor “Stonehenge” shower, accessible from the deck. Kitchen: the fully equipped kitchen for self-catering, comes with a dining area and an open bar to the deck. The dining area suits 4 people comfortably: your friends or family staying at Casa Bejuco can easily join your cooking. Deck: a large furnished wooden deck overlooks the Puri Mas gardens. Hammocks and other furniture allow for the experience of unique wildlife encounters, while having a cocktail or…
    Casa Anak and Casa Bejuco sit within the 22-hectare property of Puri Mas, which is located on the top of a hill that offers splendid views on the Gulfo Dulce. Puri Mas is 3km away from the main road 245, between Rincon/La Palma and Puerto Jimenez. The town of Puerto Jimenez is about 20km. away from Puri Mas. Although in the middle of the jungle, the Puri Mas property is easily accessible and close to all the main points of interest, as listed under "Guest interaction". Puri Mas consists of 80% primary jungle with a variety of plants and trees, resident- or visiting wildlife. Organic vegetables and fruits are grown on-site, on a concentrated 1 Ha area (see the Puri Mas lay-out map under “photos”). Well-maintained and marked hiking trails on the property will lead you through the dense jungle and cacao plantation to the Barrigones River, where you can enjoy a refreshing swim. Due to the close proximity to the Corcovado National Park, the property has an abundance of wildlife like big cats, 3 species of monkeys, tapir, ant eaters, deer, toucans, macaws and many bird species, snakes, frogs and various reptiles, arthropods… One of the most breathtaking views onto the Gulfo Dulce is some 500 meters uphill walking from Puri Mas.
    房間類型

    完整旅居


    旅居類型

    出租屋


    接待人數

    2


    睡房

    1

    Canaza de Puerto Jiménez, 蓬塔雷納斯, 哥斯大黎加

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