Copa de Arbol is a remote, eco-conscious beachfront resort set among 70 acres of pristine rainforest reserve. It is located on the Osa Peninsula, perfectly situated between Drake Bay and the Corcovado National Park in an area known as “Caletas” (small coves). This area of the Osa Peninsula is accessible by boat only and is the most remote and untouched on Costa Rica’s entire Pacific coastline. During your stay, you will be surrounded by the diverse melody of the tropical rainforest and peaceful rhythm of the ocean. White-faced monkeys swing from the trees while toucans and scarlet macaws circle overhead. Copa de Arbol offers amazing ocean and rainforest views from their 10 luxury rooms. Nestled amongst the trees, each room blends into the natural backdrop. Constructed using eco-friendly materials and reforested wood, all accommodations feature air conditioning, balconies with seating areas, pillow-top orthopedic mattresses, ceiling fans, and tiled bathrooms with walk-in showers. The open air beachfront restaurant and full bar offer a variety of culinary creations and specialty cocktails, serving only the best and freshest native fruits and vegetables, “catch of the day” seafood, freshly baked breads, deserts, smoothies and specialty coffees. Special diet and vegetarian meal plans also available. Other features and services include: pool, wi-fi in public spaces and free use of kayaks, stand up paddle boards, boogie boards and snorke gear. Endless swimming beaches, fresh-water lagoons, and miles of hiking trails that wind through the rainforest make this the perfect spot to relax all day or embark on the eco-adventure of your lifetime.