The M/S Panorama is a 54-metre elegant cruise vessel that accommodates just 49 passengers in 24 outside cabins. Its 7-night itinerary unravels the wonders of the Pacific Ocean coastline of Costa and the Panama Canal.
Only reachable by boat, the lodge is located in a 165 acre private reserve with a number of trails running through it and neighbours the 14,000 hectare Piedra Blancas National Park. The main lodge is built into the forest canopy with a terrace bar offering fantastic view across forest towards the sea. There are five private cabins each with private terraces, en-suite bathrooms with hot water and open garden shower.
Accessible exclusively by boat, Playa Cativo is nestled in the tranquil waters of Golfo Dulce, near Osa Peninsula in southern Costa Rica. Playa Cativo is a beachfront boutique hotel offering an unparalleled experience set on 1,000 acres of private tropical rainforest reserve surrounded by the Piedras Blancas National Park, a former extension of the Corcovado National Park.
Set in a private nature reserve spread over 1,000 acres of lowland tropical rainforest, Lapa Rios overlooks the point where the Golfo Dulce meets the Pacific Ocean. The 16 spacious bungalows nestled within the rainforest exude tranquillity. The eco-lodge has won awards from Conde Nast Traveler and is a pioneer in sustainable tourism. Lapa Rios Ecolodge is more than just a beautiful rainforest hotel or eco resort next to the beach it is an active ecotourism project.
Set in 185 acres of private reserve, this small lodge has only 5 cabins, 4 standard rooms, 2 deluxe suites and one 3-bedroom casa for families and small groups. The lodge offers a diverse range of activities including waterfall rappelling, zip lining, guided hikes, yoga classes, bird watching and surfing.