This Beautiful Tropical Rental Home sits on a hilltop above four of the most exotic beaches in the Osa Peninsula.
The Osa Peninsula is home to over 360 bird species, including the healthiest population of Scarlet Macaws in Central America.
At Tres Palmas we make the choice all about you and your group.
At Tres Palmas we will make your special day special.
Roaming around property you will see rare and exotic birds, monkey's reptiles and much more.
Enjoy the peaceful sound of the ocean waves in the background as they lull you to sleep in complete comfort.
Bring your Yoga group or class to Tres Palmas or we can provide an instructor for you.
Tres Palmas features an infinty pool which helps one feel as though one is in the midst of the ocean with a beach.
Walk to the window, open the door, wildlife is waiting for you.
Tres Palmas is a place you will remember as a tropical place in heavan.
Some of the most spectacular sunrises can be enjoyed from Tres Palmas.
Tres Palmas Costa Rica is a
private and secluded resort-style escape located on 25
acres of prime jungle rain-forest. We border one of the largest National Parks in
Central America, Corcovado. National Geographic,
referred to Osa as one of the most Bio-intense places on
Tres Palmas offers views of
the Pacific Ocean and the Golfo Dulce. Panama is in the distance to the
south and east, world famous surf
spot Pavones to the east and Playa Zancudo to the north.
Enjoy a walk to the beach
down our walking path through a beautiful rain-forest
jungle, where it's common to see
monkeys, macaws, toucans, sloths, anteaters, coati to
name a few.
monkeys, macaws, toucans, sloths, anteaters, coati to name a few.
At the end of your walk you will come to a
road which will lead you to the three of the most exotic
beaches the southern zone of Costa Rica has to offer.
a road which will lead you to the three of the most exotic beaches the southern zone of Costa Rica has to offer.
The Osa Peninsula, located on the Southern Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, is a world premier rainforest destination dubbed one of the most biologically intense places on earth by National Geographic. The pristine peninsula is bound on the northwest by Drake Bay, on the west by the Pacific Ocean, and on the east by the Golfo Dulce. The Osa Peninsula offers breathtaking, untouched scenery, secluded beaches, and abundant wildlife encompassing lush primary rainforest and a complex system of freshwater and marine resources.