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Bosque del Cabo
This was our second time to the Osa Peninsula. The first time we stayed at Lapa Rios and this time we chose Bosque because of their larger cabinas for our family. We were a family of 14 that stayed there for five...More
This is an amazing place for those wanting to get away from it all and see a great diversity of wildlife but still have some amenities.
We went to the area to see the wildlife and weren't disappointed - saw (among others): Snakes, Frogs, Coatis,...More
My wife and I chose to visit Bosque Del Cabo the end of May, 2017 after doing an extensive amount of research on which lodge would be right for us in the Osa. After making all of our travel arrangements, we learned that the airstrip...More
Really quite inaccessible---a strength!-- reached by a dirt road and/or plane to Puerto Jimenez. On the end of the Osa Peninsula it is a result of someone's vision of protecting yet sharing the rainforest. The site is spectacular---on a mini peninsula between a gulf and...More
Bosque de Cabo is in a beautiful location and the environment is laid back so one can enjoy nature. To arrive there takes a deliberate and coordinated effort but it is absolutely worth the trip! The staff is kind and helpful, the food the very...More
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US$413 - US$612 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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No, and I LOVE a cool room and keep our bedroom ceiling fan on high. My husband says it's like sleeping under a JumboJet. I was hot, it is very humid, but still actually slept well Having been there several times... More
No, and I LOVE a cool room and keep our bedroom ceiling fan on high. My husband says it's like sleeping under a JumboJet. I was hot, it is very humid, but still actually slept well Having been there several times before, I knew what to expect. The houses have ceiling fans. The cabinas have teeny fans at the very head of the bed. Moves air,but not much. I would go even if I knew I couldn't sleep. I love BdC that much. Go and enjoy!,
I've never been in late July but have been there in mid August (twice). It rains, but generally not in the morning and generally only for 1/2 hour to an hour at a time during daylight hours. Bottom line -- I've been to CR... More
I've never been in late July but have been there in mid August (twice). It rains, but generally not in the morning and generally only for 1/2 hour to an hour at a time during daylight hours. Bottom line -- I've been to CR like 5 times in the green season (twice specifically to Bosque) and it's never been an issue.
Check CDC, but this particular area is surprisingly low on biting bugs. We were just there with a 5 and 6 year old and didn't have any worries.
Finally -- make sure to stay at one of the non-cliff edge cabin as/villas. Just ask them which options those are. I wouldn't do the garden rooms with a 4 yo, tho -- going across the suspension bridge in the dark with a 4 yo would be tricky.
If you like to hike and, with the 4 Yo, don't mind pool time and staying around the open area u(lots of animals come by throughout the day), min 2 night, 3-4 ideal.