You will find Diquis del Sur between sea and mountain on a raised plateau bordered to the south by Terraba river and by Sierpe River to the north. Come and experience the heart of nature in one of our ten cabins spreading over 12 acres of tropical gardens.
You have a large family, you are traveling with a group, or you're looking for an extended stay, no problem! We also offer fully furnished villas that can accommodate up to 6 adults, assuring you a comfortable stay at Diquis del Sur.
Gateway to the largest prehistoric rainforest along the Central American Pacific, Costa Rica's Osa region is one of the most beautiful and biologically diverse locations on the planet. Miles of deserted beaches and estuaries, friendly people, amazing flora and fauna, and active rainforests all contribute to the South Pacific experience.
The west coast of Costa Rica offers the ideal conditions to practice your aquatic activities, whether it be the tranquility of the estuaries or the rolling surf, satisfaction guaranteed!
Are you fueled by adrenalin? Costa Rica is the place for you! From wild white river rafting to zip-lining in the canopy or the underwater world of the Pacific Ocean. You will experience adventures that will leave you with unforgettable memories.
Costa Rica is nature's bounty, and foremost is its unique fauna. Tropical birds, turtles, and felines are the best known, but the country accounting for nearly 6% of the world's biodiversity, a one-time stay will not be enough to observe all the natural beauties of Costa Rica.
Costa Rica's national park system is a network of dry tropical forests, cloud forests, marine areas and wetlands that cover more than 25% of the territory. In the southwestern region, you will find the very famous Manuel Antonio as well as the Corcovado National Park which encompasses the only ancient wet forests on the Pacific coast of Central America.
In Costa Rica, it is in the region of Osa that we can find the most important population of the native Amerindians. Bribrí, Cabécar, Boruka (or Brunka) and Ngöbe perpetuate their traditional ways of life in this remote territory.
With over 900 species of birds listed in this tiny country, it goes without saying that Costa Rica is the ultimate destination for any ornithologist, whether novice or connoisseur. More than 120 species have been recorded in the gardens of the Diquis del Sur, making it a privileged place for observation.
Do you want to learn or perfect your Spanish in a tropical environment near sandy beaches, immersed in an environment where nature has a front row seat and where culture is intoxicating? A language course in Costa Rica will give you an exotic and enriching experience.
Ojochal is known for its restaurants and the quality of their international cuisines. Considered the gastronomic capital, it attracts many tourists who make the trip to taste the culinary specialties of its renown establishments.