Located along the extension of the famous Corcovado National Reserve, Aguila de Osa Inn is a majestic Drake Bay surrounded property in the country’s picturesque Osa Peninsula region. The resort is headily encircled by a pristine natural landscape comprising lush rainforests, secluded golden-sandy beaches and impeccable turquoise waters. As if Osa’s raw natural charm wasn’t enough, the region is also packed with a huge assortment of adventure-sprinkled activities and nature excursions. Aguila de Osa Inn offers the required blend of privacy and luxury in perfect measures. Visitors can savor a gamut of rich experiences from enjoying a meal in the backdrop of a spectacular bay vista to lazily lounging around in their hillside suites. Situated at a few nautical miles away from the naturally gifted Cano Island (a snorkeling and beach hiking tourist hotspot), this resort is in the lap of one of the most biologically endowed regions on the planet made splendid by its virgin tropical rainforests, panoramic views and exciting array of flora and fauna.
Tours and Amenities
Aguila de Osa is the hub of nature and adventure lovers who swear by their adrenaline soaring activities. It offers a wide selection of tours/ excursions to help visitors enjoy the untamed beauty of Costa Rica. There are guided nature walks at the Corcovado National Park along with an ultimate viewing experience offering VIP tour, which flies guests to the Sirena Biological Station in a plane. A comprehensive tour of the Cano Island also features prominently on Aguila’s de Osa Inn’s excursion platter. Here visitors can view up, close and personal the acclaimed marine biological species housed within Cano’s beautiful cobalt waters (with a thrilling Scuba Diving session at the Cano Island Biological Reserve where visitors can witness among other things – vibrant reef fish, unique rock forms and magnificent corals). The resort also puts together exciting whale and dolphin watching tours, canopy tree tours, wildlife spotting tours at dusk and horseback-riding tours (through primary rainforest landscapes, isolated beached and green hilltops) for the more robustly adventurous folks.
Often referred to as the “fisherman’s paradise”, Aguila de Osa has been a part of the some of the most challenging game fishing competitions in the world. It bears the prestigious tag of over 40 I.G.F.A records, all of which have been set in its backwaters (within 80 nautical miles from the inn). Biking along Osa’s mountainous plains, bird-watching, river kayaking and a short Drake Bay mangrove tour are also popular guest activities.
Aguila de Osa’s in-house amenities include a stunning ocean vista restaurant, aesthetically landscaped gardens, relaxing hammocks, a bar, nicely maintained walking trails and a well-equipped indoor games room.
The inn provides a couple of tastefully appointed suites and 11 deluxe rooms, all of which are expansive, comfortable and well-furnished, while sporting a nice mix of rustic and chic elegance. Every room is divided into three areas (strategically designed to offer sweeping vistas of the surrounding tropical rainforest) and features a modern Italian tiled bathroom, old-worldly charm sporting cathedral style ceiling, hand-made artifact, canopy beds, round-the-clock electricity, UV treated drinking water and hot water. A mesh covers all the rooms windows to facilitate a constant inflow of the region’s tropical breeze.
The high season rates for a single occupancy arrangement is $ 556 USD (per person for 2 nights), while that for double occupancy is $ 465 USD. Rate per night above 5 nights is $ 238 USD and $ 190 USD for a single and double occupancy arrangement respectively. All rates include transfers from Palmar Sur to Drake Bay, staying and three meals along with local taxes.