Tent Camp Lodge a working business-Located at Drake Bay in a beautiful area call Caletas is a incredible area surrounded with pristine beaches and anchorages with primary forest Tropical jungle , Trails and a great assortment of animal life, 350 meters of beach
The property has been operating for 20 years and has an extensive client base such as travel agents , Here in Costa Rica and abroad , There is about 13.5 hectares of primary forest and 2 hectares of beach front property
They are 24 large tents with a single and double bed, patio Electrify, Water, 5 rustic cabins on the hill behind the Camp
4 boats for doing tours, (Isla Cano snorkeling tours. Corcovado wildlife tours, fishing, Dolphin and Whale watching, kitchen and restaurant area
There are have a full occupancy at about 55 people
Extraordinary Flora and Fauna of Drake Bay
The highlight of visiting Drake Bay is of course the Corcovado National Park. This is probably the most awesome place to visit in Costa Rica, a wonder of the world home to species found nowhere else in the world, a refuge of endangered flora and fauna. You can expect to see Red Macaws, tapirs, quetzals, red-eyed tree frogs, and various species of monkeys to name just a few. This tropical heaven also has miles after miles of pristine wild beaches, impressive coves and lagoon that are perfect for scuba diving, decorated by the spectacular palms that grown long the shoreline. Drake Bay is the perfect refuge for a peaceful vacation as well as for those seeking active adventure.
National Geographic named the Corcovado National Park on Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula “one of the most biologically intense places on Earth.” As soon as you arrive in the area you’ll see why – this is a nature lover’s dream! This pristine natural paradise is far removed from the crowds and offers visitors a combination of tropical wilderness and beaches. Wildlife abounds here in Drake Bay! With a little luck, during your visit you may encounter, red parrots (Scarlet Macaws), Toucans, White-Faced, Howler and Spider Monkeys, Tapirs, Whales, Dolphins and much more!