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                      Recent Drake Bay Reviews

                      Remote getaway in Costa Rica

                      4 of 5
                      Just returned from six nights here and really enjoyed it. There were four of us - three adults (my husband and I and our 23-year-old niece) and our 11-year-old son. When we first started thinking about Costa Rica, it was all a little overwhelming. I told my son that if he wanted to read through the guide book, he could choose our location. He chose Osa Peninsula because of the wildlife and because it's less travelled than the rest of the country. With that narrowed down, Cassidy's place was one of the few rental homes that seemed appealing. Overall, we had a great experience. Keep in mind, though, while not exactly roughing it, it's a far cry from the all-inclusive eco-resorts found in Drake Bay and around Costa Rica. If you're fully aware of that going in, you'll really enjoy it. It's a beautiful house with a great back deck overlooking the forest and river - perfect for those afternoons when you can't do anything else because it's just too hot! There's plenty of wildlife to see. On our first afternoon, a family of howler monkeys passed by the back deck at about the same time as a pair of scarlet macaws. It was a lot to take in! And yes, the howler monkeys will wake you up every morning, but it's the best time to be up anyway. Pay attention to the information that Cassidy sends. It's very helpful. And definitely use Rayna Levin to set up your tours. She was extremely helpful - even got us another boat when our Caño Island tour group left us on the dock! And be sure to ask for Cesar. He was our guide for Corcovado and the night tour. He has a passion for what he does and went out of his way to make sure my son got to see most of the animals that he had on his list. Oh, and he also walked us back to the house after the night tour when he realized that we'd forgotten a flashlight. I'm not sure we would have made it without him. This place is great for families. There's a lot of time for sitting around playing cards or bananagrams. Make sure you bring all of the food that you need. Some might consider the solar power a drawback, but we kind of had fun with it. We lost power overnight on our first night and still really can't figure out why, except that the refrigerator was set cooler than it should have been. (It was that way when we arrived.) After that, we were constantly checking the monitor to see how fully charged the house was. It was kind of a game in itself. It's a steep walk to the house, but it's manageable. Be prepared to sweat!
                      • Submitted: Apr 6, 2016
                      • Stayed: Mar 2016

                      Relaxing in beauty!

                      5 of 5
                      We could not have asked for more. The home is spacious and well-appointed. Among the 5 of us, we had 2 serious cooks; each was at home in the beautiful kitchen. For all of us, awakening to sunrises out the front of the house, the howlers in the distance and wide variety of birds was spectacular. These were only matched by the beauty of the sunsets over the river on the backside of the house in the evening. We ventured on the river in the kayak and will remember field guides on future trips. The local community was engaging. This is a destination for the record for planning a return trip. Thank you for a relaxing end to what was a trying mission experience the prior 2-3 weeks.
                      • Submitted: Mar 21, 2016
                      • Stayed: Mar 2016

                      Highly recommended

                      5 of 5
                      My girlfriend and I stayed in the cabina for a week and it was incredible. Cassidy and Rayna made planning the trip a breeze, and Guillermo was very helpful when we got there and always responsive whenever we needed a ride into town. He was ready with the boat in Sierpe when we arrived, loaded our luggage into the boat, took us to SDP (10-15 minute ride), and then walked us up to the cabina and pointed out a few things, including the group of howler monkeys sleeping in the trees, during our walk up. The 95-99 degree heat was a little intimidating at first, but the ceiling fans in the cabina make it much better and at night it would cool off to upper 70s which made it very comfortable to sleep in. The walk from the pier to the cabina is uphill and can seem somewhat steep in parts, but makes it all the more worth it as you progress from the mangroves and forest floor to the canopy, where you're cabina is sitting perched overlooking the surrounding rainforest. Plus, you get used to that walk very quickly during your stay and we had some of our best wildlife viewing while walking on this trail. There are also numerous trails to hike throughout the property. I personally recommend the mangrove trail, which takes you through the garden where you can find some fresh fruit and then it proceeds along the river. We stocked up on some fresh limes and enjoyed them with our imperial beers. We just about ran out of batteries for our camera and took over 300 pictures during our first couple of days, which shows how much you can see while staying at SDP. One of our favorite moments was hanging out on the porch in the rocking chairs and seeing a three-toed sloth lounging high up in a tree during sunset just 100 feet away from our porch. We also took the kayaks out on the tributary near the pier and I tried fly fishing for a bit, but had no luck. My favorite activity was the night hike with Cesar. He is very knowledgeable and took us out on his farm and pointed out some amazing wildlife. It is a must for all adventure seekers! We also recommend getting out to Isla del Caño for a day, whether you snorkel or go fishing. They picked us up and dropped us off right at the SDP pier for all of these trips, which was very convenient. The town of Sierpe is full of friendly locals as well as a few shops and restaurants. If you love wildlife, hiking, camping, being remote, exploring, etc., this is the place to be. We will be returning here again in the future. Thanks again, Cassidy!
                      • Submitted: Mar 8, 2016
                      • Stayed: Feb 2016