Within hiking distance of the western edge of Corcovado National Park, this artistically rustic lodge is reminiscent of an Adirondacks camp, with creatively designed twig chairs and headboards, twisted-branch windows, and furniture made of leftover tree stumps.
Kids of all ages will like the cabin-in-the-woods atmosphere. An ideal place to start a hike into Corcovado, the 100% locally run lodge offers accommodations to suit all budgets, from bunk-bed rooms with shared bath to spacious forest cabins, to a wheelchair-accessible master suite with a spacious, semi-alfresco bathroom, paved with smooth river stones.
Breakfast is included and traditional Costa Rican meals are served in an alfresco restaurant. The restaurant, lodge, and open kitchen are joined by a covered breezeway with a spectacular wall-size, wooden spiderweb complete with giant spider.
Danta Corcovado Lodge participates in the CST (Certification of Sustainable Tourism) program which has been recognized by the World Tourism Organization as a program that is gradually improving environmental and social impacts of tourism.
Danta Corcovado Lodge Rooms are a delightful combination of simplicity and a splash of whimsical creativity: polished teak floors, ceiling fans, screened twisted branch windows, comfortable Surá beds with unique towering headboards, tree “cookie” mirrors andbedside tables, clean and colourful bedding and towels,and many more distinctive details.
Danta Corcovado Lodge Bungalows For those wishing for more privacy, we offer bungalows set further in the forest, 200 meters from the main lodge. There is nothing like experiencing the tropical rainforest like waking up to squirrel monkeys passing overhead, or going to bed with the sounds of pings and clicks of frogs.
Two separate rooms, one with a double bed and the other one with a single bed and bunk bed, kitchen, living room, corridor and private bathroom with hot water. Locate close to the main building; this house is special for students or families.