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Vanuit de lodge kunt u 'hikes' door de jungle maken, begeleid door natuurgidsen. Ook kunt u onder meer een trekking door het Corcovado National Park maken.


La Leona Eco Lodge

Bijzonder tentenkamp bij het Corcovado National Park. Uw bagage wordt met paard en wagen naar de lodge vervoerd. 

Vanaf € 119,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info
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Over La Leona Eco Lodge

Green

U rijdt met de auto naar Carate in het zuidoosten van het schiereiland. De auto blijft bewaakt achter, u wandelt over het strand in een uurtje naar het kamp, bagage volgt.

Het tentenkamp ligt ver weg van de bewoonde wereld, naast de ingang van het nationale park. Alle 20 tenten staan op een houten vlonder vrij van de grond. In ons arrangement bieden wij 2 soorten tenten aan: Oceanview- en de Monkey’s Camp Tent. Ze beschikken beide over privé voorzieningen maar zonder elektriciteit. De Monkey’s Camp tenten liggen achter de Oceanview Tent waardoor ze iets dieper in het bos liggen.

Kenmerken

  • beachfront
  • rust en natuur
  • stijl en design

Insiders tip

Vanuit de lodge kunt u 'hikes' door de jungle maken, begeleid door natuurgidsen. Ook kunt u onder meer een trekking door het Corcovado National Park maken.

Hotelnaam:
La Leona Eco Lodge
Plaats/regio:
Corcovado National Park
Code:
H16992
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Vanafprijs:
v.a. € 119 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)




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Kamerbeschrijvingen

Monkey's Camp Tent
: Houten bedden, douche (koud water) en regulier toilet in een beschut tuintje achter uw tent. Géén electriciteit. Privé-terras voorzien van stoelen. 

Oceanview Tent
: Zoals de Monkey's Camp Tent maar met uitzicht op de Stille Oceaan.

Ligging

Bij Carate, aan de Stille Oceaan, bij de ingang tot het Corcovado National Park, midden in de wildernis.
Vanaf San José is het ca. 7-8 uur rijden. Het is bij voorkeur aan te raden om met een 4-WD naar Carate te rijden. In Carate laat u uw huurauto achter (ca. USD5,- per dag) bij het La Leona Base Camp en van hieruit is het nog ca. 4 km lopen naar de lodge. Uw bagage wordt per paard en wagen naar de lodge vervoerd.

Aantal kamers

20

Faciliteiten

  • Restaurant
  • Bar

Activiteiten

Vanuit de lodge worden tegen betaling verschillende hikes en excursies aangeboden.


Corcovado National Park beslaat ongeveer de helft van het schiereiland Osa. Het park is prachtig: u loopt hier door ruige jungle, en hoort de woeste golven tegen het verderop gelegen strand slaan. De vele bontgekleurde ara-papegaaien spreken tot de verbeelding. Een prachtige wandeling door het Corcovado National Park is een gedenkwaardig onderdeel van uw Costa Rica rondreis. Daarnaast zijn er nog veel meer mogelijkheden; neem hiervoor contact met ons op.

"Excellent spot to unplug"

   12-03-2017
You can't write your Tripadvisor review here, because there is no Wifi. Isn't that great?! So, a great place to unplug. We were here for 3 nights and stayed in the most 'basic' tent, but it was all that we needed. Good beds, bug screens, a roof over our head, a nice deck with good chairs to read, relax and watch the ocean. This lodge is perfectly situated for tours into Corcovado National Park. We actually did the Corcovado tour, the birdwatching tour and the night tour. All booked through La Leona while staying there. The last 2 tours do not go into Corcovado NP, but that did not matter, because we saw enough. We almost stepped on a boa constrictor at the night tour! We were lucky enough to have Milton as a guide; a very knowledgeable and friendly guy. The food is good and there is water and ice tea you can drink for free all day. All staff members are friendly and correct. People should know that they will have to walk for 3 kilometers or so from basecamp to the lodge. You leave your luggage at basecamp. It will be delivered later on the day of your arrival. In the meantime you can choose to walk the trail or the beach to the lodge. I recommend the trail, because you might see some wildlife. We saw a number of birds, monkeys and an ant-eater. I would return!

"Little slice of paradise"

   05-03-2017
A truly delightful place to stay. The staff is super friendly and the surrounding area is truly beautiful. Perfect Glamping with monkeys swinging in the tree above you while you take a shower outside. If you want a more remote experiences this is the place.

"Food, dry season"

   04-03-2017
The most important thing I want to mention is food. Many reviews said the food portions were skimpy. The lodge must have made a drastic change because the portions were more than adequate and I am one of those scrawny people who eats like a horse. I never ran out of food to eat and the food we packed in due to the previous reviews, we had to pack back out. And, of course, it was delicious. The staff is great and we especially liked Raquel, who is new on the staff and completely bilingual. Also, we were there in February during the dry season and for hiking we found Keene hiking sandals the best. There is no mud and the rivers are low and sandy. When you get back from your hike be sure and do a thorough check for ticks. They are tiny, and everywhere. We stayed in the more expensive beach-front cabins with private bathrooms and they were worth the extra expense because they offer a sea breeze, which kept us cool. You go back 50 feet in the jungle and there is no breeze. Milton and Jim are excellent guides. There is new cell phone service and if you walk out on the beach during low tide you can frequently pick up a couple of bars. Pura vida!

"Stayed 2 nights"

   01-03-2017
Overall a great stay at a place which is really special: only accessible on foot with 3 km walk. Beautiful cabins with fantastic open air bathroom. The tours are well organized as well. The staff is friendly. The lunch and dinner are good but very simple. As such the pricing at $20 and $25 pp are a bit on the high end but I guess you need to carry the food there on horse carriage 😎

"A Little Taste of Nature"

   27-02-2017
I loved this place. If you are looking for luxury you are looking in the wrong place. Set well into the forest this is a good example of Glamping. This was as beautiful a place as you could ask for. Crashing waves on the beach and Scarlet Macaws flying everywhere, this is a location second to none. I had concerns before we arrived. Getting the luggage to the wagon on time, the food, and the road/river crossings, and even finding the place. The water level was low at the river crossings. Parking was safe. You can't miss the hotel. The food was great and filled me up. The only negative on our stay was Jim our guide. He is something of an expert on Butterfly's. Thats cool I like Butterfly's. I did not however travel here for a Butterfly tour. Other guides carried spotting scopes to see birds and arboreal animals. Jim carried only his butterfly book. Several members of our group are Zookeepers. Jim seems to have prepared information to inform his tour group during the hike.I believe he was annoyed many of the group knew all the answers to his "Quiz". When I ask about a species of local snake I had kept (and bred) Jim kind of shook his head and said "americans and their fascination with exotic pets". I like reptiles and was dismayed to watch him see and walk by lizards without comment. I also like birds. If asked he would ID birds but only if asked first. I ask Jim what was the most commonly seen mammal in the park. He said humans. Funny but I still don't know what other mammal he sees most often. I spoke to a member of a group Jim toured the following day. He told me of Jim collecting a "rare" butterfly they saw while hiking in Corcovado. Jim says he has 25 thousand plus mounted specimen in his collection. I guess I am glad his intrest lies with butterflies. I had the impression he didn't like us and I know we didn't like him. I sure wish we had drawn a different guide.


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