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Beach and rainforest retreat
Hotel Jinetes de Osa is located just off the water in beautiful Drake Bay, Costa Rica on the Osa Peninsula. We offer 15 clean and comfortable rooms with spectacular views of Drake Bay. Our nature tours to Corcovado National Park and Cano Island Biological Reserve will give you an up close view of the abundant wildlife of the peninsula. Our local guides have many years of experience and are considered some of the best in the area.
Amenities & Services
Spectacular ocean views
Free Wi-Fi access
Bar & restaurant
Free hot buffet breakfast
Air conditioning available
Naturalist tours and diving
Experienced local guides
Our rooms are a work of art!
All of our rooms have been updated with beautiful paintings and murals from Hilary Williams and Susan Mattson at Revel painting service based in Denver, Colorado. (www.revelpainting.com) Each room has a jungle or ocean theme based on the incredible wildlife found nearby the hotel.
Do you need a Kitchen?
Take advantage of our small but fully equipped kitchen to cook your favorite meal. We have a two burner stove, microwave and convection ovens, and a small stainless steel gas grill along with all plates, bowls, cups. utensils and silverware. Available at no extra charge to all guests staying in our upper level rooms (10-16).
How to get to the hotel
By Plane: Directly to Drake Bay with Sansa Airline (www.flysansa.com), Skyway Airline (skywaycr.com), or Aerobell Airline (aerobell.com). From Drake Bay Airport you can take a taxi (20 min) into town.
By Car/Boat: Drive to the town of Sierpe and park in one of the fenced pay parking areas and take a cooperative boat (11:30 am, 3:30 pm) to Drake Bay. There is a charge of up to $25 per person for the cooperative boat. Private boats can be arranged but are much more expensive.
By Car directly to Drake Bay: Take the Costanerra to the Pan American highway south and turn off in Chacarita driving towards Puerto Jimenez. Follow the road to the town of Rincon where you will see a sign for turnoff to Drake Bay. From here follow main road through Rancho Quemado and then Progresso to Drake Bay.
*******This option should be done with a 4x4 auto. This road is much improved and there are no longer river crossings with bridges having been installed over all major passes. A 4x4 is recommended as it is still a dirt road with many holes, rocky areas, and can be slippery during big rains.
By Bus/Boat: 1) Take Tracopa Bus to Palmar Norte then by taxi to Sierpe, then boat to Drake Bay. 2)Take Tracopa bus all the way to Sierpe then boat to Drake Bay