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Aguila de Osa Inn

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Starting at $375 (USD) / 2 nights
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Aguila de Osa Inn is a rainforest and adventure lodge that is located on the Osa Peninsula on the southern pacific coast of Costa Rica. The Osa Peninsula is one of the most biologically diverse places in the world as described by National Geographic. Aguila de Osa is surrounded by a beautiful rainforest jungle and while staying at the hotel you can experience the ultimate eco-tourism experience along with luxury and adventure.

From the bluff that Aguila de Osa is situated there is a beautiful panoramic view of Drake Bay and the famous Corcovado National Park. Off in the distance you can see Caño Island. Both Corcovado National Park and Caño Island are two of Costa Rica's most prized protected areas. They are priceless treasures with an abundance of animals, tropical plants and over 350 species of birds.

Aguila de Osa offers a private and luxurious setting to enjoy the best that Costa Rica has to offer. Come discover the Osa Peninsula and Aguila de Osa.

Key Features

  • Beautiful Lodge in Drake Bay
  • All meals included in rates
  • Great Tours & Activities
  • Hiking at Corcovado National Park
  • Caño Island - Hiking & Snorkeling
  • Execellent Scuba Diving
  • Whale & Dolphin Watching Tour
  • Canopy Tour
  • Night Hiking Tour
  • World Class Sportfishing
  • Amazing Birdwatching
  • Ocean & River Kayaking
  • Mangrove Tour
  • Horseback Riding
Aguila de Osa Master suite
Aguila de Osa Master suite


Airport Transfers
Babysitting Service
Beach Front Hotel
Breakfast Included
Daily Maid Service
Family Friendly
Gift Shop
Hair Dryer
Hotel near Beach
Hotel near Forest
Internet Available
Iron Available
Laundry Service
Packages Available
Refrigerator in Rooms
Restaurant On Site
Security Box
Tour Desk
Wi-Fi Internet


Aguila de Osa view from room 9
Aguila de Osa view from room 9

Accommodations at Aguila de Osa Inn

Aguila de Osa Inn comes complete with 2 suites and 11 deluxe rooms, all of which are nestled neatly into the surrounding hillside. Hardly visible from a distance, our rooms are separated into three distinct clusters, each offering spectacular views of the lush, tropical jungle that surrounds the hotel. Resting high above the water's edge, the rooms are open and spacious with mesh windows to ensure a tropical breeze to pass through your room.

All rooms feature large Italian tiled bathrooms, cathedral style ceilings, hot water, ceiling fans, 24 hour electricity, hand crafted decor, in addition to drinkable well water that is UV treated with a micro-filtered system.

A well maintained cement trail connects the rooms with the hotel's restaurant/office area, which during the evening hours is well lit to ensure safe passage to and from your room.


Activities at Aguila de Osa Inn


If your idea of a great vacation is getting into the International Game Fishing Association (IGFA) record book, you may pull it off here. More than 40 world records have been registered within an 80-mile radius of the Inn, including sailfish, black, blue, and striped marlin, yellowfin tuna, wahoo, cubera snapper, Spanish and sierra mackeral, roosterfish and more. Aguila itself holds five world-fishing records. The Aguila de Osa Inn has the reputation of being a fisherman's paradise.

August through December is peak season, but an occasional blue or black may be taken most any month if the water temperature is up. This year, the marlin bit was incredible from February in March, with some weighing in at over 600 pounds.

A few taken off and on year-round with the exceptional fishing from December through April. Often slows from May into early June, then picks up again and begins to peak in August or September.

Yellow Fin Tuna:
Best fishing for the bigger ones corresponds with marlin and sailfish season, but the schools of footballs can nearly always be found around Cano Island and farther outside.

Best runs are traditionally from late May through October.

Not abundant, but an occasional Wahoo may be taken the best times May though October can be caught while trolling for sailfish.

The region has big roosters and they can be caught virtually any month of the year, some to nearly 100 pounds but average sizes range 6 to 30 pounds.

Almost all year round, but best from May through August and January though March.

Tours Offered

Bird Watching
Canopy Tours / Zip Line
Dolphin Watching Tours
Family Friendly Tours
Horseback Riding
National Park / Reserve Tours
Night Hikes
Scuba Diving
Sunset Cruises
Whale Watching
Wildlife Viewing

Location & Map

Osa Peninsula & Drake Bay Map
Osa Peninsula & Drake Bay Map
Satellite Map of Aguila de Osa Inn
Aguila de Osa Inn is Located on Drake Bay in Osa Peninsula adjacent to Corcovado National Park.


Season Date FromDate To 
Green Season May 1st 2016Dec. 14th 2016
High Season December 15thApril 30th
 SingleDoubleChildrenJr. SuiteMaster Suite
Green Season
2 Nights$456.00 $375.00 $268.00 $398.00 $433.00 
3 Nights$644.00 $522.50 $362.00 $557.00 $609.50 
4 Nights$832.00 $670.00 $456.00 $716.00 $786.00 
Additional Night$188.00 $147.50 $94.00 $159.00 $176.50 
High Season
2 Nights$538.00 $439.00 $300.00 $466.00 $506.00 
3 Nights$767.00 $619.00 $410.00 $659.00 $719.00 
4 Nights$996.00 $798.00 $520.00 $852.00 $932.00 
Additional Night$229.00 $180.00 $110.00 $193.00 $213.00 
Tours & Excursions
Cost (per Person) Duration Start Time End Time  
San Pedrillo Ranger Station (Corcovado Natl Park)$75.00 7 Hours 7:30 am 2:30 pm  
Sirena Ranger Station (Corcovado Natl Park)$100.00 8 Hours 6:30 am 3:00 pm  
Caño Island - Snorkeling & Hiking$75.00 7 Hours 8:00 am 3:00 pm  
Scuba Diving - 2 Tanks$110.00 8 Hours 8:00 am 3:00 pm  
Whale & Dolphin Watching$100.00 4 Hours or 7.5 Hours 8:00 am 3:30 pm  
Sport Fishing Full Day$800.00 9 Hours Early Morning Afternoon  
Sport Fishing Half Day$550.00 5 Hours Earliy Morning Early Afternoon  
Birdwatching$20 2 Hours 5:30 am 7:30 am  
River & Ocean Kayaking$10 All Day Anytime Anytime  
Night Tour$35.00 2 Hours 8:00 pm 10:00 pm  
Canopy Tour$55.00 2-3 Hours    
Rates are per person
Rates do not include Costa Rica taxes
Domestic flights are not included, please add $280.00 per person round trip. Prices subject to change
Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and specialty coffee drinks are not included
All necessary transfers from Palmar Sur or Drake Bay airport
Complementary welcome cocktail
All meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
Unlimited kayak use

Customer Reviews for Aguila de Osa Inn

Overall Rating
5 of 55 of 55 of 55 of 55 of 5
Based on 2 reviews

5 of 55 of 55 of 55 of 55 of 5
From: United Kingdom10/1/2018
"Very friendly staff, good food and in a great location. We did 5 days of diving in September. The viz wasn’t as good as some places , but lots of life and Hump back whales to observe to and from dives - and incredibly , listen to under the water. The trip to Corcovado was excellent , as were the local wildlife watching excursions. No air con in the rooms , but good fans and we didn’t find it a problem in September. Plenty of bugs about , but nothing scary , and we received no mosquito bites. 5 star ! "
Number of times you have visited this Hotel?
How friendly were the employees?
5 (very nice)
Would you stay there again?
Languages spoken at Hotel?
Spanish, English
How many times have you visited Costa Rica?

5 of 55 of 55 of 55 of 55 of 5
From: United States2/6/2007
"Date of travel:

Winter, 2005

I have never before been inspired to write a review of a place I have been, but this was one of the most enjoyable travel experiences of my life.

After traveling 14 hours from NYC by jet/tiny plane/jeep/outboard motor boat, we pulled up, exhausted, to a dock. There was a young woman in shorts catching the lines from the boat driver. Hablo Engles? "Oh yes, I'm from Rhode Island, my uncle owns this place."

She brought us into a beautiful dinning area with long tables, a magnificent view of the bay, polished floors, very well stocked bar, a massive thatch roof, and a clear wall-free view out to the water. (No mosquitos!! - I could tell you why, but you'll have more fun learning on a night time jungle walk with the staff biologists.)

First order of business was to serve us icy cold beer and amazing fresh fruit, and to listen sympathetically to the long woeful tale of our escape from frigid New Jersey.

Refreshed, we were ready to climb to our room. (Unfortunately this place is NOT handicap friendly, there is a lot of climbing, bring appropriate footgear.) High on top of the hill, yet nestled in the jungle, was our beautiful private cabin with a balcony overlooking the bay with perfect sunsets. The balcony was furnished with chairs, rockers and a hammock for watching said sunsets.

If we never moved from the balcony it would of been an amazing vacation. The Costa Rican Airforce did multiple daily fly-overs (Costa Rica has no airforce, it's their pet name for the large flocks of pelicans that grace their skies). Amazing birds, flowers, plants and a massive iguana who played 'Where's Waldo' with us day after day.. "oh, look! See the tree with yellow flowers? He's on the second branch from the bottom."

Yes, you wake up very early. The birds make sure of that. But no matter how early I rose, there was always fresh hot coffee in a thermous outside my door.

Every day was a new trip. Snorkeling at Cano Island, Corcovado National Forest, Swimming with Dolphins (the dolphins were not that cooperative, but it was a lovely day)and the facinating night time jungle walk with the biologists. We discovered a tiny beach on a 20 minutes walk that could of come right out of Gilligan's Island. We went there several times and had it all to ourselves.

They also have diving and deep sea fishing.. if they catch a good one, it's sushi for everyone that night in the dinning room. Everyone eats together, and shares the story of their day's adventures.

If I had five days to do something GREAT in.. this would be my #1 choice.

Yes, it is expensive, but you get your money's worth"
Number of times you have visited this Hotel?
How friendly were the employees?
5 (very nice)
Would you stay there again?
Languages spoken at Hotel?
Spanish, English
How many times have you visited Costa Rica?