1,000 acres of private nature reserve surround this hotel in the wilderness. The Corcovado National Park provides the backdrop to this ecotourism project, 350 feet above sea level. Sixteen thatched bungalows peek out of the trees, complete with stone-laid floors and waterfall showers. The staff are naturalist-led and are on hand to guide you to any number of activities, from kayaking to hiking.
All departments have detailed systems checklists, with timely routines and reporting techniques; incorporated recycling and trash data collection; the projected use and conservation goals of electrical energy, water and non-recyclables; and monitored organic and biodegradable product suppliers, and how community projects are progressing.
The Osa Peninsula is a peninsula located in southwestern Costa Rica, in the Puntarenas Province, with the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Golfo Dulce to the east.
Ways you can help in Osa Peninsula
At this inspiring project you can help to protect the Olive Ridley sea turtles and uplift the local community. You can help the project reach their objectives by patrolling the beaches for turtles at night (in all weather conditions) together with the locals, maintaining the hatchery and also release the baby turtles when they hatch […]
The Osa Peninsula The Dulce Gulf along the Osa Peninsula is a rare tropical fjord and is recognized as one of the 25 biodiversity hotspots of the world. It is a unique and critical habitat for many species, including two endangered species of sea turtles: Hawksbill and Green Turtles. Threats to these turtles’ survival include […]