Discover LagunaVista: An Idyllic Haven of Sustainable Luxury in the Heart of Costa Rica’s Vibrant Eco-Tourism Zone near the end of the road at the south entrance to Corcovado National Park.
Nestled within the verdant surroundings of Corcovado National Park, LagunaVista offers a singular and exclusive opportunity to bask in the raw and untouched beauty of Costa Rica’s rainforest. 8 separate solar-powered villas each with their own private ensuite bathroom. Each unit is crafted with a harmonious blend of nature and contemporary architecture, providing an unforgettable experience for eco-conscious travelers who seek the perfect fusion of luxury and sustainability.
The restaurant/dining area is open air offering views in all directions to the incredible lagoon below, and out to the pacific ocean, just a short walk above the restaurant/dining area is the pool deck, which is uniquely shaped like the lagoon below and also offers the amazing views and surrounded by mature vegetation which attracts the wildlife!
As a distinguished eco-hotel, Laguna Vista invites you to escape the urban clamor and indulge in the serene magnificence of the lagoon, coconut palms, and pristine beachfront. Four of the villas have private plunge pools and upscale accommodations have been thoughtfully designed to cater to your every need, ensuring a comfortable and indulgent stay amidst the unspoiled grandeur of this incredible country.
Costa Rica is renowned for its biodiversity, and Corcovado National Park is no exception. Whether you’re traversing the lush forest trails, kayaking across the tranquil lagoon, or marveling at the rich marine life, your senses will be enlivened by the vast array of wildlife, including majestic whales and dolphins, elusive turtles and toucans, playful monkeys, and colorful macaws. LagunaVista offers you a rare and unforgettable opportunity to witness the wonders of the natural world in all its glory.
Beyond the park, Costa Rica beckons with its myriad of adventures and pleasures, from thrilling sport fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling, surfing and canopy adventure tours to idyllic beaches, and gourmet dining. With its burgeoning eco-tourism industry, Costa Rica offers a prime investment opportunity for those who share our passion for sustainability and preserving the environment.
International Surf Properties with Coldwell Banker Costa Rica is committed to presenting the finest properties in the most sought-after surf destinations worldwide. We are thrilled to offer Laguna Vista as a unique opportunity to invest in the future of Costa Rica’s thriving eco-tourism industry. By choosing Laguna Vista, you are not only investing in your own future but also in the preservation of Costa Rica’s natural beauty for generations to come.
Experience the magic of Laguna Vista for yourself and discover what makes Costa Rica a truly exceptional and unforgettable paradise.
Corcovado National Park is the crown jewel of Costa Rica’s national park system. Located on the remote Osa Peninsula in southwest Costa Rica, Corcovado protects the largest remaining expanse of primary rainforest on the Pacific coast of Central America.
Corcovado National Park takes up 40% of the Osa Peninsula, which contains over 250,000 species — half of Costa Rica’s total. Endangered animals rarely seen in much of the country — scarlet macaws, squirrel monkeys, tapirs — are common in Corcovado. National Geographic famously called it “the most biologically intense place on Earth.”
The beautrful beaches of the Osa Peninsula take your breath away. Dramatic coastlines with mix of sandy beaches and rocky shoreline. The deep jungle meets the coast with an incredible lush tropical landscape. Wildlife abounds with a variety of monkeys including howlers and white-faced, toucans, macaws, sloths and so much more.
There is also fantastic big game sport fishing here where tourist and locals do battle against all kids of fish including giant Tuna, Dorado, Wahoo, Marlin, Grouper, Pargo and more.
This area has a variety of breaks starting with the beach break across the lagoon and right in front of the Laguna Vista. Varying conditions at different times of the year. You can always find this break empty and to yourself. Around the peninsula you will find
The International Pan American Highway is well-paved and a safe drive. It stretches north beyond the boarders into Panama through Costa Rica and into all of Central America. For the most part along the coastlines around Drake Bay, the Osa Peninsula, and Golfito, you can expect mostly gravel and dirt roads. The truth is it is a paradise for all-terrain, 4-wheel vehicles (ATVs). Costa Rica is safe so you can feel free to have fun exploring.