A simple rustic cabaña at a walking distance to an authentic quiet beach on a 40 acres reserve where you can observe a lot of wildlife. Cañaza is a little village with a football field, a couple of churches and a general store. Corcovado touches Cañaza and the Golfo Dulce is lovely! We can provide you with a cooler and a gaz stove if you would like to cook something or we can also offer some healthy tropical meals.
“It was absolutely magical to spend a week here. The hosts showed us many beautiful places and food in the area. They often invited us to dinner with them and made us feel at home. We had a lot of pleasant conversation with the hosts and the locals in the village. I liked to adjust to the rhythm of life here. Between the ocean, the forest and the mountains, it is a paradise for nature lovers. Having said all this, there are some caveats. This is in the field, so there are MANY insects (too big). There are MANY animal sounds throughout the day and night (it cost me a bit of adjustment). Every morning, around 5 in the morning, we were awakened by the sounds of several monkeys passing by. For me, those things did not detract from me in the least and I loved the experience.”
Cabaña con chimenea y rancho para compartir una buena parrillada. Amplias zonas verdes. Área con árboles frutales
“Excellent accommodation Very comfortable, clean and in a nice and quiet area. Very well located to easily reach the different tourist attractions of the peninsula”
Finca de Nada consists of 65 acres of jungle on your own very private reserve with a beautiful handcrafted rancho & private tranquil bay on the Golfo Dulce. Highlights include abundant wildlife, cool jungle location, fantastic swimming & kayaking & proximity to Corcovado Park.
“Finca de nada is the perfect place for nature lovers. It is private, accessible only by boat and it's truly an immersion into the jungle/wildlife of Osa. The finca has everything we needed, from a comfy bed, to a nice kitchen facing the jungle, bathroom/shower with cool water, kayaks available to use, together with snorkeling gear and also boots for walks in the nature. House is open, meaning that we've shared our space with wonderful little creatures from the jungle. From the group of 6 bats that always went to rest hanging in the roof and bathroom during the day and started their show flying around after sunset when they prepared for their night, to the little lizard that would watch us every morning at breakfast time, to the howler monkeys making their sounds starting around 4am, then group of peccaries wandering near the house before dawn, the macaws, capuchin monkeys, the giant grasshoppers, cicadas, dragonflies, toucans and all sort of birds, some beautiful spiders in the garden that we would watch remaking their web every night, all the big lizards, one particular little snake that would always come out and stay in the same spot in front of the house, frogs and toads, and the list is neverending. We've worked out depending on tide, when would be the best time to go swimming/kayaking, I would suggest to start kayaking early morning when the sea is completely flat (but during the day doesn't get much , and also at night time to see the bioluminescence (truly amazing!) and just be careful when swimming at sunset time when it was easier to get bites. Adrian the caretaker was very nice, bringing us blocks of ice every two days as there is only a big cooler in the house. He also did some groceries for us when needed, at some extra cost. The house and surroundings is a beautiful gem, I recommend it 100% to whoever loves all sort of animals and is comfortable sharing the space with them.”