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My wife and I️ are very busy in everyday life and hunger for opportunities to get away from every part of our everyday life. This was a first visit to the lodge for 5 days and it one of the best experiences we have had...More
Rooms are charming with a wonderful hammock for relaxing; Shower in your bougainvillea draped shower, walk in the forest or on the beautiful beach. Great food, great guides available, The staff is awesome
Bosque del Cabo is stunningly beautiful and our entire experience was nothing short of amazing. From staying in the rainforest and being surrounded by nature to the exceptional staff, this trip couldn't have been any better. We took advantage of many of the offered activities...More
Our family of four (two kids ages 9 & 7) went there for 3 days and just had a wonderful time. The activities are accessible for all ages, educational and fun, while the food is delicious. The service is personal, excellent and we were impressed...More
This September my wife and I, along with two our two adult sons, spent ten days at Bosque del Cabo. Simply stated, we each had a wonderful time. The lodge is located at the tip of the Osa Peninsula above both Golfo Dulce and the...More
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We were there in late May, early June. I am hot natured. I DID have difficulty sleeping, though my wife did not. I must say, though, that there is no better place on earth to be hot in! We can’t wait to get back to... More
We were there in late May, early June. I am hot natured. I DID have difficulty sleeping, though my wife did not. I must say, though, that there is no better place on earth to be hot in! We can’t wait to get back to Bosque del Cabo.... hot or not!
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.