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Aguila de Osa

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  • Aguila de Osa Inn
  • Aguila de Osa Inn
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  • Aguila de Osa Inn
  • Aguila de Osa inn
  • Aguila de Osa Inn
  • Aguila de Osa Inn
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Aguila de Osa is a comprehensive jungle ecolodge on a jungle swathed hillside in Costa Rica's willife-rich Osa  Peninsula.

Aguila de Osa is an exquisite rainforest and marine adventure lodge set on jungle-covered hillsides overlooking the tranquil waters of Drake Bay. From here you can easily access the lush Osa Peninsula’s natural highlights: Corcovado National Park and the Caño Island Biological Marine Reserve.

There are 13 spacious, thatched wooden cabins; each has an exclusive terrace with views of the ocean. There is an open-air restaurant serving local fresh food, and a bar set on top of rocks above the river.

You can take part in a choice of loads of adventurous outdoor activities including world-class sport fishing, scuba diving and snorkelling, bird watching, hiking, beach trips, river kayaking, mangrove estuary tours, and more.

Aguila de Osa is committed to sustainable hospitality, and also helps local schools, with opportunities for you to donate teaching materials.

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What our clients say

  • Highlight?: Tortoguero without a doubt-felt truly isolate in the rain forest and it was breathtaking in terms of the biodiversity.

    SW, Surbiton
  • Highlights?: There were so many. Seeing a toucan land in the tree just by our room at El Remanso. Walking down the trail at Monteverde Lodge and a beautiful Morpho…

    KS, Uxbridge
  • Great mix of high adrenaline and chilled activities to suit all the family.

    JS, London
  • Most Memorable Moment?: So many highlights that it is difficult to pick any one out - but the evening trip to the Turtle beach at Tortuguero, seeing Green Sea Turtles…

    DD, Holmfirth
  • So many memorable experiences - flying into Tortuguero, watching turtle hatchlings race to the sea, the boat ride out of Tortuguero, all the animals (including a mummy sloth with baby…

    SM, Chiswick
  • Highlight? We did a night hike in Monteverde and saw snakes, sloths, owls.

    SW, London
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Our Expert's Opinion

Aguila de Osa occupies an enviable location in the middle of the jungle with panoramic views of Drake Bay. The setting allows for lots of wildlife spotting from the lodge itself - I saw Hummingbirds, scarlet macaws and monkeys on my first day alone! The real advantage is the proximity to Corcovado National Park, world renowned for its rich diversity, abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery.

Sophie
Sophie Barber Travel Expert Sophie lived in Chile before joining us and has travelled extensively across Latin America, from Mexico to the furthest tip of Patagonia and beyond to Antarctica.

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