Sierpe Lodge is nestled among the rainforest, mangrove
estuaries and coastal islands of the northwest Osa Peninsula
and the Southern Pacific coast. The Lodge has no access
roads or nearby airports and provides a rich, ecological
setting for a wide range of adventures.
near Violin Island and the mouth of the Rio Sierpe,
the remote location (accesible only by boat) provides
an escape from towns, villages and tourist developments.
Guest can see monkeys, toucans, macaws, sea turtles,
crocodiles, etc. at the Lodge. The adjacent forests
and mangroves also have nearly all of the flora and
fauna of the Osa Peninsula.
from more than 50 countries have enjoyed the friendly
atmosphere of the Lodge with its host Mike Stiles over
the previous 19 years. Mike traveled and worked throughout
Africa and Latin America and has brought concepts and
ideas from those travels to the Lodge
facilities support extensive guest activities and comforts,
even though the Lodge is remotely located:
airy and screened rooms (14) with private
bathrooms. Six of the rooms are two
story with a sleeping loft.
dining room, library / recreation areas
and a 30 meter long covered dock; all
overlooking the waterways.
spring for fresh, potable water.
international style meals with European
accents and lots of fresh vegetables
operated primary and secondary electrical
hills behind Lodge which generally provide
cool evening breezes while the Pacific
provides daytime breezes.
hiking trails from Lodge into primary
forest and mangroves.
to the Lodge is via:
or Nature Air flights to Palmar Sur
buses to Palmar Norte
cars to the village of Sierpe (secure parking available)
are met and transferred from Palmar or Sierpe on a 26
kilometer boat excursion through the Rio Sierpe and
estuaries while viewing the extensive mangroves and
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