Punta Marenco Lodge

Imagine waking up to the raucous cries of scarlet macaws as they fly over your thatched hut on their way to who knows where. Later, as you eat a delicious breakfast in the open air restaurant, overlooking the rainforest and ocean, you're entertained by a troop of monkeys cavorting in some nearby trees.

After breakfast, you can hook up with a guide for a fascinating hike in an ancient rainforest, where you'll swim in pristine waterfalls and learn about rainforest life.

Or you can hike on your own to a secluded beach where your only company is a pair of toucans. How about spending the afternoon lounging in the hammock on your veranda, reading, snoozing, or keeping a lookout for birds, iguanas, and monkeys in the rainforest surrounding
your hut?

Punta Marenco Lodge is part of the Rio Claro National Wildlife Refuge, which is a privated goverman regulated conservation area in between Drake Bay and Corcovado National Park.

The lodge was created more than two decades ago in a efford of his owner to preserve this pristine and beautiful part of Costa Rica.