Celebrate family, nature, community, and sustainability at this remote eco-lodge in Costa Rica. El Remanso is a family-owned lodge committed to sharing a passion for nature with the world. Deeply rooted in the local life of Puerto Jimenez, El Remanso is a beautiful tribute to some of the most pristine rainforests in the world.
Sustainability and conservation run deep at El Remanso, as this lodge has been protecting and preserving nature for over 20 years. El Remanso not only preserves the nature and community of the region but contributes to it as well.
Seclusion is guaranteed with 14 solar-powered villas. Guests can sleep where beauty meets the wild. A 45-minute drive from Puerto Jimenez, El Remanso is situated on the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica, a pristine swath of nature protected by a National Park.
Opened in 1999, El Remanso is a secluded eco-lodge in the Osa Peninsula run by two generations of family. There is a deep connection to the local community, as the owners mean for the resort to be shared rather than exclusive. Locals are employed and encouraged to share their lives with the guests.
El Remanso offers a personalized experience for every guest, which is rooted in local culture and tradition. Environmental protection, advocacy, and eco-tourism are tenets held by the owners and employees of El Remanso. The lodge offers a 5-mile trail system for guests to wander, a secluded beach littered with tide pools, and suspension bridges over waterfalls.
El Remanso offers high-quality lodging with low environmental impact. The lodge offers luxurious private villas, some with private plunge pools, and all with great views of the forest. El Remanso is for wildlife lovers, honeymooners, families, and everyone in between. Disconnect from modern life and reconnect to nature.
The lodge offers a luxurious stay in the unspoiled nature of the Osa Peninsula, right next to the Corcovado National Park. Hiking, swimming, wildlife-watching, or relaxing—whatever you want to do, you can do it at El Remanso. Read more about them here.
Lowest impact construction and operation
High level of energy efficiency
Pioneer in waste management
Fully organic and chemical-free operation
Actively protects nature and community
READ ON – 36 Eco-friendly Things to Do in Costa Rica (From A to Z)