The Osa Peninsula is a biologically diverse habitat. Here you will find the ancient rainforest with over 350 species of birds, 115 species of reptiles, 750 species of trees and 10,000 species of insects...along with the 100,000 acre Corcovado National Park.
Iquana Lodge is a secluded jungle-beach ecolodge, located on the beach on the Osa, surrounded by the Preciosa Platanares Refuge.
The private tree-house like bungalows are close to the beach. They are set on pillars and are built with indigenous self-sustaining hardwoods bamboo, and cana-blanca.
Each of the luxurious two-story bungalows have bedrooms, with large orthopedic beds, Egyptian cotton sheets, good reading lights, and hefty fans. Each bungalow has a lovely hot-shower private bath, and some have semi-outdoor garden showers. Plus a large private, shaded deck overlooking the Golfo Dulce and tropical gardens of the Iguana Lodge.
Iquana Lodge, Oso Peninsula, Costa Rica
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