Jungalows in Rincón Beach, Drake Bay - ECOTOURISM


Entire bungalow hosted by Samuel

  1. 4 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1 bath
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Kinkajoungalows at Poor Man's Paradise - Find your own piece of paradise where the jungle meets the sea

Our spacious and bright jungalows are located in Playa Rincón, a 2km stretch of magnificent deserted beach popular among seasoned surfers, and only 20' walk from paradisaical San Josecito beach, one of the best kept secrets in Costa Rica.

Our cabins are surrounded by majestic tropical forest and wildlife. Fall asleep to the sounds of the jungle and rise to the melody of countless birds.

The space
Our bungalows are spacious and bright, designed to integrate with the surrounding nature. Built in natural materials with clean decor and featuring wooden floors throughout.

An outside veranda invites you to relax and enjoy your morning coffee overlooking the greenery, often spying on the occasional wildlife visitors: some of our regulars include capuchin and spider monkeys, toucans, tapirs, hummingbirds, red macaws and coatis.

Each bungalow has two very comfortable queen beds that can accommodate up to four guests, perfect for a family with children, a couple of friends or single travelers alike.

There is a restaurant on site offering three meals a day, filtered water to refill your bottle, tea and coffee throughout the day. In the evenings, you can grab a drink or a delicious cocktail at Poor Man's Bar while listening to music and trying your latest moves on the wooden dance floor.

Wifi is available in the bungalows, at the restaurant and the bar.

Where you'll sleep

2 queen beds

What this place offers

Garden view
Beach access – Beachfront
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
Patio or balcony
Luggage dropoff allowed
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Where you’ll be

Drake Bay, Puntarenas Province, Costa Rica

Osa Península was designated by National Geographic the most biologically intense place on Earth. As much as 2.5% of the world's biodiversity is here. There is so much to do and to see that you will definitely want to stay longer:

Isla del Caño: considered the second-best diving spot in Costa Rica after Isla del Coco. From Kinkajoungalows, you can book half a day snorkeling and diving excursions throughout the year, as well as dolphin and whale watching during whale season July-September (although whales are sometimes seen as late as December!).

Corcovado National Park: access to the Park is with a guide only. From Kinkajoungalows, you can book excursions to both Serena (boat only) and San Pedrillo (~2hs walk, or boat) Ranger stations.

Walkable destinations:

-> San Josecito beach (20') - one of the best kept secrets of Costa Rica. Bring your picnic, enjoy a beach day and snorkel among some of the remaining coral formations.

-> Rio Claro (40'-60') - enjoy a dip in the refreshing waters at low tide and the stunning views where the Rio Claro meets the ocean.

-> Walk to Punta Campanario - across primary and secondary forest, bordering the ocean and passing through various small waterfalls (45'). You will feel right in the movie set of survivor!

-> Hike to Agujitas Town (~2.5hs depending on your speed), follow a forest path bordering the ocean passing several smaller beaches on the way to Agujitas town. Absolutely stunning!. Bring water and footwear that doesn't mind mud. Have a rewarding lunch in town at the end of your walk, and catch a ride back to Playa Rincón on a quad - an adventure in and of itself!

Hosted by Samuel

  1. Joined in June 2020
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During your stay

The Amaya Castro family has been living in this 38 has. property for four generations, and are among the first inhabitants of this part of the Osa Peninsula.

While the jungalows are stand alone units that give you full privacy, your local hosts are available during your stay with whatever may be of assistance.

Hosts speak english and spanish - some german assistance may be available occasionally!.
The Amaya Castro family has been living in this 38 has. property for four generations, and are among the first inhabitants of this part of the Osa Peninsula.

While the…

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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Checkout: 9:00 AM
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed

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