With over 450 acres of primary rainforest, 1/2 mile of beach front and 30 acres of tropical organic gardens, this Eco-lodge locates in the northeast corner of the Golfo Dulce, facing west and looking towards the Osa Peninsular and Corcovado. The western boundary is the Golfo Dulce. The northern boundary is at the beginning of the Rio Esquinas Mangrove Estuary. The eastern boundary is inside the national park. It is 15 minutes away by kayak from a small coral reef suitable for snorkeling. The nearest towns are Puerto Jimenez, 30 mins away by boat and Golfito 35 mins away by boat. Across the Golfo Dulce and 20 minutes by boat is Playa Blanca.
The lodge has undergone numerous upgrades and improvements. The hard work has been done! The hotel has new infrastructure upgrades (solar electric, cabin and equipment new (edible) landscaping, website, and the business is highly organized and efficient. The staff operates as a team and is very honest, hard working, and proud to work for the lodge.
Eco-Lodge has earned 5 years consecutive Certificate of Excellence TripAdvisor rating and the #1 specialty lodge in the Golfo Dulce. Established #1 trip advisor boat access only ecolodge for sale. Diversified income all year from cabins, glamping, camping, student kayaking groups, day tours, small cruise ships. Extreme natural beauty with dolphins and whales right out front, amazing birdwatching, mangrove estuary nearby. Complete with huge workshop, tools, boats and equipment, solar power and mini hydro with generator backup.
Capacity of 16 persons in cabins and 12 in "Glamping Cabins".
Beach House - 50 meters from the calm beach front.
Ground floor has a fully equipped commercial kitchen.
The Dining area includes two large tropical hardwood tables with dining capacity for 18. Outside is a large covered terrace with couches, sling chairs and
88 steps up into the canopy and built on the hillside, this cabin has native hard wood floors with marine varnish. The main room has one queen bed and a set of bunk beds with table and seating. A balcony looks out into the canopy and with some views through the trees to the beach. It has a full bathroom with passive hot water shower inside the
cabin. This cabin has solar lighting. Tree House with view to balcony.
This little cabin is concrete block, queen bed and two
rattan chairs. A separating wall of native hardwoods encloses the private sink and toilet. The half bath has a sliding door for privacy. The outdoor shower is adjacent to the cabin. This cabin has electric power.
The Mariposa Cabin
This cabin is built entirely of native hardwoods and is in the gardens close to the entrance to the third trail. It has a set of bunk beds, a day bed/couch and a small balcony with couch. The Mariposa looks out onto the garden with the beach beyond. This cabin has a solar light.
One of the best cabins for bird-watching.
7 Tent (Glamping) cabins
There are 11 twin beds and one queen bed, all with orthopedic mattresses. All are located in the garden, can be relocated and are made with bamboo and pressure treated wood.
Additional buildings and houses:
Manager/Owners House: A two bedroom, two bath house with large terrace, covered drying area for linens and its own solar system with mini hydro for electric. Completely furnished.
Caretaker’s house: It has a kitchen, two bedrooms, toilet and outdoor shower with a solar system for lighting and refrigeration.
Large 30x60ft concrete workshop with full bathroom: Solar lighting - Addendum #1 includes all equipment and tools.
The current owners have tripled the business earnings, doubled the occupancy of the hotel and now enjoy a respectable return on investment. There is significant buildable space to increase the occupancy rate of the lodge or a larger personal home. A major plus for this property is the ability to obtain building permits on waterfront property.