I came back last month and I am now writing a review on this resort. We stayed for 5 nights and it was 3 adults with two kids. It was such a special place, being so close to nature and the ocean was a wonderful experience. Very Secluded - no one was around us. Every morning we would wake up the Congo/Howler monkeys and the birds chirping and fall asleep to the ocean waves, which from the balcony of La Pina was beautiful. This is defintely the monkey house, as every day we would see them swing pass and see more then one kind of monkey. Among other animals. A 2 minute walk to the ocean you cannot ask for anything more. The bamboo houses are so well built and well maintained. Kirk and Lynn were extremely helpful and answered all our questions and concerns. Such nice people, I cannt say enough great things about them. William is an extremely knowledgable tour guide, he took us to a tour to the waterfalls and it was amazing, I highly recommend a tour with him. Kids would have a beautful time here as well. We also hired Leda to cook for us and she did an amazing job, the food was excellent and again such a nice person. Overall, such a wonderful experience and worth the trip, we would defintely go back in a heartbeat.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- On a secluded five acres of pristine rainforest beachfront in one of the most biologically diverse areas on earth, this unique resort lets you escape civilization while safely and comfortably enjoying countless natural wonders. The property fronts on Playa Pan Dulce, famous for it's long right point surf break, an SUP surfers dream break. Located in the same vast rainforest as Corcovado Park, Casa Bambu Resort is on the tip of the Osa Peninsula, where the rainforest meets the sea. After visiting our house, Lonely Planet recommends Casa Bambu Resort as a place to visit. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Casa Bambu Resort Hotel Osa Peninsula
- Casa Bambu Hotel
- Hotel Casa Bambu