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Because of a fluke, we were able to experience both Jinetes de Osa and Aguila de Osa during our stay at Drakes Bay.
There are plusses and minuses to both. Rooms at Aguila are more spacious, more amenities and the view from the balcony lovelier...More
My husband and I had never been to Costa Rica and decided on Drake Bay so that we could see lots of wildlife and go diving. We stayed at the Jinetes de Osa Hotel and it was seriously wonderful. The staff is so incredibly friendly,...More
This hotel is located right on the Bay and has about 10 rooms with ceiling fans, private large bathrooms and bay views . Good meals are included and served in an outdoor dining "family style" area where you can visit with the other guests from...More
Myself and my girlfriend had a great stay during the beginning of Feb 2011.
By far, the highlight of our stay was our trip to Corcovado. Victor was very helpful in organizing it for us. We met our guide Carlos at 5:30am to board the...More
We wanted to dive Cano Island, and were told this was the place to stay. I read the reviews and was a little hesitant..however, Drake Bay is beautiful. It's very quiet - if you are looking for nice restaurants and some night life or shopping,...More
Response from snegurochka | Reviewed this property |
So for future, nothing happens at the hotels. The restaurants close by about 10pm. The town holds bonfires on the beach, there are fireworks at midnight and there are 2 discos/clubs that play music into the morning.
They bring the horses to the hotel and you head out. The ride is guided, through town and some back roads that take you to the river. There is a spot to stop and walk into the waterfall. Total time is appropriate 3 hours... More
They bring the horses to the hotel and you head out. The ride is guided, through town and some back roads that take you to the river. There is a spot to stop and walk into the waterfall. Total time is appropriate 3 hours. You cannot hike on Cano Island. You can swim, dive or snorkel. A guide leads you. There are lovely beaches nearby the hotel. You have approx 20 minute walk through the jungle. You can rent kayaks nearby. There are lots of hikes. The hotel staff can help you with everything. They are great!
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"Rooms upstairs, particularly the superior ones are fabulous if willing to climb up & down 185 steps..."