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Duration: 4 Days & 3 Nights
Location: Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica
Price: $1,140 per couple
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  Package includes

  • Lodging in a double room
  • 4 Days & 3 Nights lodging in a bungalow.
  • 3 Delicious meals per day (our chefs are prepared for any dietary restrictions)
  • Corcovado National Park day hike with transportation, entrance fee, picnic lunch and English speaking naturalist guide.
  • Night Jungle Walk.
  • One of the following optional tours: Bird Watching, Kayak tour or visiting the Guaimy Indigenous Territory.
  • Sales taxes.


Day 1. Arrival to Osa Peninsula at La Palma, Danta Corcovado Lodge.

At night you will enjoy Night Jungle Walk. Immerse yourself in the nocturnal activities of the tropical rainforest with the safety of your well trained guide and a good flashlight. At dusk we take you around our natural lagoon, where you will have the possibility of seeing caimans, kinkajous, tarantulas, tree frogs, and more.(1.5 hrs / at 18:00) L, D

Day 2. Corcovado National Park Day Hike. Our most popular tour takes guests on a day trip to Los Patos to enjoy incredible views, pristine forest and the rich flora and fauna of our region. Walk in the footprints of the jaguars, see where all four species of monkeys live, or cross paths with wild pigs. This is an eco-challenge that will have you in awe of the neotropics, capturing the essence of what the National Geographic considers to be “the most biologically intense place on earth”. (7 hrs aprox / 7 am – 3 pm) B, L, D

Day 3. At Danta Corcovado Lodge you will do the activity you have chosen depending on availability: Bird Watching, Kayak tour at Playa Blanca or visiting the Guaimy Indigenous Territory. B, L, D

Bird Watching: Let us help you expand your bird lists on a journey around mangroves, rivers, pastures, secondary growth and primary forest. You will be inspired by all of the colorful and endemic species of our region! Black-cheeked Ant-Tanager (Habia atrimaxillaris), Fiery-billed Aracari (Pteroglossus frantzii), Yellow-billed Cotinga (Carpodectes antoniae) are just some examples.(2.5 hrs)

Kayaking: Slip into the temperate waters of Golfo Dulce, exploring the mangroves, the beautiful beaches, and the marine life in kayak. Embark from Playa Blanca, a Blue Flag certified beach that is seldom crowded, and enjoy a guided tour in this unique tropical fiord. With a high possibility of seeing dolphins at play, sea turtles, birds preying on schools of fish, crustaceans, and much more.(2 hours / depends on tide)

Visiting the Guaimy Indigenous Territory: Thanks to our proximity to the Indigenous Territory Guaymí, we offer our guests a rich experience in culture, history and nature. Next to Corcovado National Park, we find a family that opens the doors of their house, before we enter, we must purify our body and soul with its ritual to start learning. Once entering their territory, they will show their lifestyle and will tell their story and beliefs. Also learn about medicinal plants and their art with natural products, giving a little tour of all-natural gardens surrounding the house of this family. This will be an experience that you’ll never forget! (6hrs / 8 a.m – 1 p.m)

Day 4. Check out of Danta Corcovado Lodge to continue to your next destination. B


  • B= Breakfast,L= Lunch, D= Dinner
  • Regular price per couple $1,140 Valid for the dry season (December to May)
  • For Christmas (Dec 20th to Jan 2nd) and Easter week price per couple $1,334
  • Transportation is not included if you need to arrange it we will gladly help you.


The Lodge is a local family business that aspires to be the leader in rural tourism in the Osa Peninsula, a model of local development and example of conservation of natural resources, creative design and sustainable development.

Danta Corcovado Lodge is 100% locally run. Everyday we are thinking of ways to involve and promote the talents and culture of our small community. Our ideal goal is to foster responsable community development by encouraging local business growth, such as: buying locally homemade bread, dairy products, vegetables and fruits, building trails to support farmers and the conservation of their forests, supporting local artisans, local nature guides, etc.