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Corcovado Adventures Tent Camp

Caletas de Osa Beach, Drake Bay Costa Rica
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#8 of 65 Specialty lodging in Drake Bay
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The Corcovado Adventures Tent Camp offers luxury tent accommodations on the beach with amazing views and abundant wildlife, a relaxing environment immersed in the natural wonders of the Osa peninsula. It is truly one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Discover why National Geographic calls it, "The most biologically diverse place on the planet." Affordable comfort and luxury with full board delicious fare and a full range of Corcovado National Park and Cano Island tours on land and sea. Unique accommodations in full-size tents with wood-frame beds, private decks, electricity, wireless internet and breathtaking ocean views.
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Ana Montesino wrote a review Sep 2020
Uvita, Costa Rica2 contributions1 helpful vote
We spend 3 nights with our 2 girls (6 and 8 yrs old). The tent camp has a new administration since 2019, and the family running the place is local and amazing. Lots of advises, great food, personalize service at every moment. We feel at home. Sleeping in the tents was a truly experience with beds. Listening the ocean, witnessing the storms far in the ocean and at the place. Nature at its best! The beach in front of the tent camp is beautiful. You can see the coastline north and in clear days you can spot Los Crestones up in Chirripo. I loved the view in the morning. Sunset sets by Cano Island and you can see it from the beach or rocky area. Food was fresh, balanced and natural. Nubia (new administration in charge) was sure to please every request. Showers with hot water, and very clean bathrooms and common areas. Best way to arrive there is by boat from Sierpe, the taxi boat is about $10-15 per person. It takes about 1.15 hours. We spot dolphins and whales along the ride. Our captain Andres was amazing. You can arrange the taxi boat with Don Jorge from "Donde Jorge" and Hotel & Restaurant Oleaje Sereno. You can park your car there at a safe parking. The river boat was amazing as well. All the staff at the tent camp was very nice and ready to help us with any need. We hike up to Reserva Rio Claro along the coast, passing Marenco and we could seen whales along the hike. This area is just beautiful. We visited San Josecito as well, and The Tree of Life Turtle project. The tent camp crew can arrange tours to Cano Island, Corcovado, Whales and Dolphin watching, horseback riding, and more. They are really well connected. Driving to that place is challenging specially during raining season. I would recommend this during dry season, but raining season means going trough rivers and streams and you need a good high 4 wheel drive car for sure, and a good driver! All Covid protocols were followed from the boat wearing masks, and at the tent camp. About safety, the hotel gives you a locker for your values and tents have locks as well. We feel it was very safe. Must to bring flashlight, insect repellent, sunscreen, binoculars. Thanks for everything. We will be back!
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Room Tip: Some tents have ocean view and some other not. Some tents are closer to bathrooms than others.
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wsmfp22 wrote a review Jul 2020
Santiago de Puriscal, Costa Rica11 contributions4 helpful votes
This place is amazing and the location could not be better. It is away from dirty Drake Bay and in the middle of the rainforest. Amazing beaches, rivers, forest, and tons of wildlife. Close walk to Rio Claro. The manager is amazing and super kind. Also an excellent cook. A variety of meals served three times a day and all were excellent. Super attentive, kind and helpful with everything. Tents were clean and with everything needed. One of the best places to stay in the most amazing part of Costa Rica. Boat from Sierpe will drop you off right on the beach by the tent camp making it super easy. If you are thinking about seeing Corcovado then stay here rather than in Drake Bay. You will not be disappointed.
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Date of stay: July 2020
kfir wrote a review May 2020
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We are 2+4 family who visited this camp on December 2019. We had a lot of expectations from the park, we have paid a lot of money arriving there and we have waited for the Corcovado park full day trip for some time. At the day of the trip, we were traveling with an organic group coming from France (Great people who helped us a lot) When we arrived to the park we have noticed that we do not have an English tour guide, instead we were suppose to go with 2 workers of the camp whom their English level is like a 1 year old baby ("Look Monkey", 5 seconds later the 'monkey' flew to the sky ...). These 2 clowns followed the team from France, who were kind enough to have some English explanation. After 2-3 hours (we were suppose to have full day hike) we went to a beach, while all the people were going snorkeling, we waited on the beach with no snorkeling nor swimming equipment. To make long story short, we were for 3 nights in the camp. The owner knew that the English guide will not arrive BEFORE our arrival' they have decided not to tell us, and more then that' they have decided to send us to another trip. It is 5 month after the event and I still angry about that, we spend 2 days to commute back and forth out of the 12 days trip. Things can go south, it is OK and you can manage that, but when the owner decides to cheat, and then tell you, "you saw bird, you saw monkey right? so you got what you were suppose to", this owner should be out of business.
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Date of stay: December 2019
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AnnieL808 wrote a review Feb 2020
Kent65 contributions31 helpful votes
We stayed here last year and the fact I hadn’t got round to writing a review has been bothering me because it really deserves one. The time lapse is all about me and definitely not the beauty of this place If you are looking for balm for the soul, peace and tranquillity whilst being surrounded by amazing wildlife then this is the place for you Although it is camping it manages to strike a balance between the comfort of a hotel but all the bonuses of an outdoor and ‘at one’ experience with nature. We saw an awesome array of wildlife during our stay Our host Larry was super friendly and accommodating and Eduardo does a fantastic night walk, in fact we went out with him twice during our stay The food is freshly cooked local cuisine and delicious. The tents are to a very high standard with electricity and comfort but you still feel you are close to nature. Waking up and looking out to sea whilst having the rain forest behind is an experience not to be missed. The beds were very comfy It is fairly remote which is wonderful but you are still able to easily arrange excursions and visits to the Corvocado National Park so you have the best of both worlds I can highly recommend Corvocado Adventures Tent Camp
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Date of stay: March 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
cynlane wrote a review Feb 2020
Pepin, Wisconsin5 contributions1 helpful vote
I spent six weeks at the Corcovado Adventure Tent Camp and I would have loved to stay longer! In this extravagantly alive coastline, I was lulled to sleep by the sound of the sea and songs of bull frogs, woke up to howler monkeys and toucan calls, watched leaf cutter ants wobble across a log, and studied scarlet macaws close up as they ate wild almonds. I walked for miles along the coast through the sun dappled and buzzing jungle or the trackless beaches framed in black lava stone. Equally special was the opportunity to sink into the organic and relaxed pace of Tico culture. The property is owned and operated by Costa Ricans which means it is also a chance to practice your Spanish. The staff was shockingly patient with my limited Spanish and it was much improved (ok anything would be an improvement) by the time I left. The manager and staff treated me like family and as a solo traveler, I felt totally at home and cared for. It seemed they were always joking and laughing about something and the general vibe of the place was muy tranquilo. Doña Nubia, the manager and head cook, is a successful restaurant owner in Palmar Norte and hence the food was fantastic! She and her staff served classic Tico food, along with Colombian and other variations. Meals often included fresh salads and steamed veggies, freshly caught fish, chicken, pork chops and of course, rice and beans. They adapted the meals for people who were vegetarian. Breakfast included fresh fruit, granola and yogurt, along with gallo pinto, eggs and/or pancakes. I will always cherish my time here at the Tent Camp. I was working on a creative writing project and this was a perfect setting from both inspirational and infrastructure support perspectives. I highly recommend a longer stay! Most tourists came for three days and wish for longer. A longer visit gives you time to truly sink into the place, the people, culture and recover from the hurried pace so many of us suffer from.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Room Tip: All the tents are great but my favorites were #1 and #13. Be sure to lift all the flaps on the...
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corcovado adventures tent camp hotel drake bay
Costa RicaProvince of PuntarenasOsa PeninsulaDrake Bay
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Frequently Asked Questions about Corcovado Adventures Tent Camp
Which popular attractions are close to Corcovado Adventures Tent Camp?
Nearby attractions include Naturaseekers (2.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Corcovado Adventures Tent Camp?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Corcovado Adventures Tent Camp?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Corcovado Adventures Tent Camp?
Conveniently located restaurants include Kalaluna Bistro', Drakes Kitchen, Casa El Tortugo, and Carey Restaurant.