Corcovado Wilderness Lodge
Corcovado Wilderness Lodge (formerly Casa Corcovado Jungle Lodge) is an all-inclusive Costa Rica resort set within a 170-acre private reserve bordering the north side of Corcovado National Park. Tucked away in the trees and cooled by the Pacific Ocean, Corcovado Wilderness Lodge provides the ideal base for your in-depth rainforest experience.
Corcovado Wilderness Lodge is exclusively accessed by a 90-minute boat ride, with transfers to and from the private dock and hospitality center in Sierpe, included. The journey leads through a large mangrove of wetlands, including river and coastal cruising, with possible opportunities to spot monkeys, crocodiles, birds, dolphins and sometimes even whales.
Sustainability & Design
Corcovado Wilderness Lodge offers accommodations constructed with the highest concern for conservation in harmony with the landscape and the environment. This carefully designed property was built by a naturalist with over 25 years of local experience. As you stroll down the sidewalk, your eye can’t help but be drawn to the beautiful stained glass in the door and wooden shutters in the windows handmade by Costa Rican artisans.
Additionally, Corcovado Wilderness Lodge is a leader in alternative energy, waste management and recycling. The property has no single-use plastics, runs off of solar energy, uses eco-friendly materials and composts to save food from landfills.
The resort donates a percentage of its sales to the Corcovado Foundation, which is a non-profit organization based in the Osa Peninsula. Its partnership with Soul, Community, Planet, helps provide well-being tools to kids, power homes for families housing a critically ill child, and sponsor families caring for adolescents in need. Proceeds are also directed to organizations that plant trees in unnaturally deforested areas, clean plastic off of beaches in Hawaii and plant SeaTrees off the coast of southern California.
Artfully appointed individual bungalows offer unpretentious comfort, mosquito-netted beds, ceiling fans, tiled floors, ample storage, a lounge area, dry mini bar, safety deposit box and hammock. Roomy private bathrooms have hot water showers, designer fixtures and bright Mexican tiles. Deluxe bungalows, junior suites (available to interconnect) and honeymoon suites feature gardens quiet outdoor lounge areas, providing solitude for travelers seeking remote relaxation.
Junior suites each offer one queen and one single bed, a furnished living room with sofa bed, a screened-in porch and a gazebo-covered outdoor lounge area. Deluxe bungalows come equipped with one queen bed and either two or three additional beds, making them ideal for families or friend groups. Honeymoon suites offer one queen bed, a ceiling fan, cushioned benches and a large bathroom. Both the honeymoon suites and the deluxe bungalows feature wood-beamed ceilings, shutters, stained glass, and a shower with glass and bamboo doors connecting to a flagstone ”Garden Shower.”