Dos Brazos, Costa Rica

Amazonita Rainforest Lodge

Flexible Stay |

Immerse yourself in the rainforest with a stay in one of the unique open-air cabins at Amazonitas! The beautiful 'casitas' are managed by Zulay, a warm and welcoming host (who also happens to be a great chef and masseuse). With a stay here, you'll have a chance to fully appreciate the sights and sounds of the jungle, while staying in comfort. Go for hikes and other activities during the day to explore the community of Dos Brazos and surrounding Corcovado National Park. Then return at night to sit on your porch and soak up a true jungle experience.

Right for You?

Duration

Flexible Stay

Travel Style

Connect with Nature, Off the Beaten Path, Time to Relax and Comfortable Stay

Languages

Spanish

Physical Activity

Light activity

Location

Rainforest

Connect

Wifi: None
Cell: None
Starts at:

$60/night

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Speaks: Spanish

Details

Availability

Flexible Departure Date
All year

What's Included

Lodging

Eco Lodge and Casita

Activities

Room

Private Room and Private Bathroom

Food

All meals included
Your stay includes breakfast. Homemade lunch and dinners are available for an additional cost.

Traveler Reviews

If you've been here, please tell us about it!  

Paradise!

Casa Zephir in Amazonita Eco Lodge was more that we'd dare expect it to be. the open dining/living area grave us beautiful views of the valley below and the tropical foliage. Full kitchen with anything and everything. I'd intended to cook, though had a flu (yes, had the shot), so didn't. The bedroom, even here in the remote area, had cute towels folded into swans. The main bathroom was spacious. I treated myself to using the outdoor shower, because it was fun. No hot water here, and no paper in the toilet, though that's usual throughout the area. The road from the main road to the village was graded while we were there. I don't think we needed the 4WD, though there is a ford on the way to the property. We had some breakfasts and dinners at the restaurant on site (down the hill). Okay and easy more than gourmet. Very friendly family and extended family that manages the place. Stay here. And if you think of it, bring something for the 8 yr old girl and her 2 yr old brother. Easy drive to Puerto Jimenez for lunch beach, supplies, etc., though road probably wilder at night. I found different prices for this property on different sites. Lokal had the best--and best service! And Conservation Association of Dos Brazos is an amazing group, helping their community. I encourage people to books tours, or see what supplies you can donate.
January 2020

Your Local Host

Conservation Association of Dos Brazos

Locally Owned Community Association

The Association, known as ACODOBRARTI, represents the Dos Brazos de Rio Tigre community and can help to arrange a memorable trip to this beautiful part of the Osa. Nestled up against Corcovado National Park, many locals and families offer cultural expereinces and adventure activities including trekking, birdwatching, horseback riding, swimming holes, gold mining tours, and night hikes. You can also choose to spend the night in a local guesthouse or eco-lodge.

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