The Osa experience starts the moment you hop off the plane/ground transport and into a boat that will take you to Copa de Arbol. Once your boat has arrived to the hotel, you’ll dip your feet into the warm Pacific waters and walk up the sandy beach or a refreshing welcome drink at the reception. There are just 10 free-standing bungalows on the property, each with its own unique layout and ocean/ jungle view. Every bungalow is equipped with hardwood floors, A/C (a unique feature in The Osa), ceiling fan, orthopedic pillow-top mattress, bathroom, and safe (no TV). Every bungalow also features a balcony or terrace with seating to enjoy the sights and sounds of the surrounding rainforest and Pacific Ocean. Each and every bungalow is constructed with recycled or reforested woods and decorated with eco-chic, Balinese-style furnishings.
While it’s logical to spend most of your free days hiking the world famous Corcovado National Park or enjoying the warm Pacific waters, what makes Copa de Arbol unique to The Osa are its additional amenities. Copa de Arbol is one of the few hotels in the region to offer a pool – a 3-tiered infinity pool topped off with a heated Jacuzzi to complete a fourth tier. You’ll also find complimentary kayaks and paddleboards to explore nearby coves and secluded beaches. A fully stocked bar with bell-service allows guests to order cocktails while by the pool or in the Jacuzzi. For dining, a full meal plan with artfully and deliciously created plates feature native fruits and vegetables, “catch of the day” seafood, freshly baked breads, and specialty coffees.
Even with the charm and beauty of Copa de Arbol’s bungalows and amenities, the true drawing point is its location within The Osa Peninsula. Copa de Arbol is located just a few miles from the incredible Corcovado National Park, which is a 300,000-acre habitat known as “the most biologically intense place on Earth” by National Geographic. It is home to hundreds of birds, sloths, four species of monkeys, giant tapirs, crocodiles, butterflies, snakes, and wild cats. Off the mainland and into the sea, you’ll also find an abundance of marine life located on a marine reserve just seven miles off shore called Cano Island. Cano Island an excellent location for water activities, offering some of the best snorkeling, scuba diving, and fishing in Costa Rica. Between Copa de Arbol’s numerous amenities and its prime location, there is plenty to do and see for a three to five night stay!
- Located in The Osa Peninsula, 1km west of Drake Bay
- 70-acre rainforest reserve bordering Corcovado National Park
- 10 Bungalows
- Each bungalow features A/C, ceiling fan, private bath, private balcony/terrace, and safe
- All a la carte meals and nonalcoholic drinks included
- Three-tier swimming pool with heated Jacuzzi creating a fourth tier
- Massage service available
- Private beach 100 feet from the resort
- Sustainable practices and eco-friendly construction
- Arrive to The Osa Peninsula by small plane/ground transfer then a boat ride to Copa de Arbol with a beach landing
- Incredible birding, wildlife viewing, snorkeling, diving, and fishing
- 45 minutes from Caño Island Biological Reserve
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