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Have stayed here 4 times now. First things First: Bosque del Cabo is NOT inexpensive. That said, it's worth every penny. My hobby is nature photography and for me this location is absolutely perfect. Rooms are beautiful and comfortable and service is beyond exceptional. There...More
This is THE placed to stay! Our gluten and dairy free diet were not only accommodated, but they went as far as to make us a gluten/dairy free cake for our 20th anniversary dinner. They really went all out to make sure we feet special,...More
This review is LONG overdue. I traveled here in June of 2016 (though Trip Advisor would only let me indicate from their dropdown menu the actual date because I waited too long to review). I traveled all the way along the west coast of Costa...More
We have been to Bosque more than a dozen times and you'd think it would lose its luster after so many visits, but quite the opposite happened. We can't even imagine a year that doesn't include a recharging of all our senses by returning. The...More
The Osa Peninsula is well-known as one of the most untouched areas of Costa Rica, which makes this getaway a unique and magical experience. The isolation of the Bosque del Cabo affords an amazing array of wildlife in the primary and secondary rainforest. 4 types...More
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$414 - $461 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I've never been in late July but have been there in mid August (twice). It rains, but generally not in the morning and generally only for 1/2 hour to an hour at a time during daylight hours. Bottom line -- I've been to CR... More
I've never been in late July but have been there in mid August (twice). It rains, but generally not in the morning and generally only for 1/2 hour to an hour at a time during daylight hours. Bottom line -- I've been to CR like 5 times in the green season (twice specifically to Bosque) and it's never been an issue.
Check CDC, but this particular area is surprisingly low on biting bugs. We were just there with a 5 and 6 year old and didn't have any worries.
Finally -- make sure to stay at one of the non-cliff edge cabin as/villas. Just ask them which options those are. I wouldn't do the garden rooms with a 4 yo, tho -- going across the suspension bridge in the dark with a 4 yo would be tricky.
If you like to hike and, with the 4 Yo, don't mind pool time and staying around the open area u(lots of animals come by throughout the day), min 2 night, 3-4 ideal.