On a secluded five acres of pristine rainforest beachfront in one of
the most biologically diverse areas on earth, this handcrafted
bamboo/hardwood house lets you escape the hustle of civilization and
safely and comfortably enjoy countless natural wonders. Located in
the same vast, uninterrupted rainforest as nearby Corcovado National
Park, Casa Bambu is located on the tip of the Osa Peninsula, where
the rainforest meets the sea. Outside Magazine calls the Osa 'Costa
Rica's great untamed peninsula,' and says: '…the old Costa Rica, a
country of unspoiled rainforest, abundant wildlife, rustic facilities…
does still exists…on the Pacific Coast's rugged Osa Peninsula.'
National Geographic calls Corcovado one of 'the most biologically
intense places on earth.'
After visiting our house, Lonely Planet's Costa Rica recommends Casa
Bambu as a place to stay.
Men's Journal touts Casa Bambu as a destination in its vacation guide
cover story “How to Rent a Dream House Anywhere: Your Own Private
Resort.” It says: “For the jungle experience, visit the Osa
Peninsula, Costa Rica’s wild southern appendage. Its few paved roads
lead to tiny fishing villages, like Cabo Matapalo, where you’ll find
unspoiled beaches and houses like Casa Bambu on a plot of pristine
rainforest teeming with monkeys.”
The Fine Living Channel recently featured Casa Bambu in its “Around
the World in Eighty Houses,” a show which focused on unique and
amazing houses throughout the world.
When Costa Ricans greet each other, they often say “Pura Vida,” or
pure life. When you visit Casa Bambu, you’ll truly understand what