Corcovado National Park is home to 2.5% of the world’s biodiversity, and camping near it is a wild adventure.

Corcovado National Park is a very important territory for the biodiversity of Costa Rica: 2.5% of the world’s biodiversity is found here. National Geographic magazine has even called it the best of Costa Rica. Therefore, camping in Corcovado is an opportunity not to be missed. Here is a list of places where you can camp safely.

Corcovado Adventures Tent Camp

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In the north of the Osa Peninsula, you will find Drake Bay, one of the most beautiful natural spectacles of Costa Rica. Here is also Corcovado Adventures Tent Camp that will allow you to stay surrounded by nature.

These are large tents with wooden beds overlooking the sea. They are located on Caletas beach, where you can walk in the virgin forest and visit waterfalls and the Río Claro.

Río Aguijitas Eco Farm Hostel and Tours

Rio Agujitas Eco Farm is a project by Emilio Gonzalez, a native of the area and member of the founding families of Drake Bay. It was done with the purpose of providing employment, protecting nature and helping others to connect and learn from it.

It is located in Drake Bay, 400 meters from Colorada. In this place, you will have the opportunity to camp and escape from the noise of the city and connect more with nature. This is done in a sustainable way and always in harmony with the natural ecosystem. You will be provided with a tent and kitchen service.

The place is solar powered and water is collected from the river that falls from the mountains. In addition, you can enjoy bathing in the river and educational tours of the farm.

Drake Bay River View

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Another place where you can camp is Drake Bay River View. This property is located in a secluded wooded area 3.5 miles from Drake Bay, Osa Peninsula.

Because it is close to Corcovado National Park, wildlife surrounds the area in abundance. This is an ecological space created by national artist Karol McQuade, whose original paintings adorn the corners of the property. The artist used the rainforest and ocean as inspiration to create a serene and unique environment for guests.

The accommodations were created to be as sustainable as possible, using sustainable materials, solar energy and water supplies to reduce costs.

Pachamama Drake

Pachamama Drake is in Agujitas de Drake la Bijagua, Drake Bay.

With a nice ocean view, these cabins/camping tents have everything you need to take a break from the busy city life.

It has free parking, free internet and rooms for families.

Important: it is a non-smoking hotel.

Treehouse Tent Camp Costa Rica

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If you want to live a unique experience, this is the place for you. Treehouse Tent Camp allows you to sleep surrounded by the nature of Drake Bay with the technology of the Tentsile tents, which are stretched on the branches of the trees.

In addition to this innovative idea, it offers free parking and breakfast, shuttle bus and kitchen service and, best of all, pets are allowed.

Hacienda Río Oro

Hacienda Río Oro is located in Agua Buena Park, Puntarenas.

The Hacienda was originally founded in the 1980s. After the death of the founder, his granddaughter inherited the land and took charge of its conservation and biological recovery and incorporated tourism as the main activity.

The hacienda has rooms for families or large groups and camping tents. It also has a restaurant and activities such as horseback riding, kayaking and tours to Corcovado National Park.

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