I don't want to be too repetitive, so I will keep it short. We stayed in Casa Linda. It was awesome. Just the sound of the ocean roaring outside the master bedroom was worth it. Yes, the beach is rocky. Take beach shoes. Other than that, the monkeys playing on the roof and dropping mangoes out of the trees, and the scarlet macaws flying over throughout the day, and the amazing array of wildlife make this an outstanding choice for the Osa. I LOVED the house and we felt very secluded and private. We had three kids with us, ages 18, 16, and 12 and the loved the beach, the wildlife, the surfing, and the home cooked food by the ladies. William and Kirk were awesome, as was everyone we met. We loved the place and loved our trip!
- 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. 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