Cabo Matapalo is on the tip of the Osa Peninsula, in a secluded corner of Costa Rica accessible only by four wheel drive. Known for its remoteness, here is a hidden natural paradise amongst jungle and ocean. Close to the Corcovado National Park, it is renowned for its diverse and abundant animal and bird life. More than 300 species of bird live here, with scarlet macaws, eagles, hummingbirds and toucans ordinary sightings. All four types of monkey, Howler and Cappuchin together with the endangered Spider and Squirrel can be seen as they forage through the forest. In addition wildlife sightings include sloth, coati, agouti and anteater.

The area is famous for its unspoilt beaches and unrivalled surf; Playa Pan Dulce with surf conditions perfect for beginners, Backwash Bay favoured by intermediate surfers and with Playa Matapalo challenging even the advanced surfer. There are two beautiful waterfalls a jungle hike away from the house, offering the visitor a refreshing cooling crystal water bath. This is a unique community of homes in an off grid location, unplugged from the modern world – experience nature, be an adventurer not a tourist. Activities available include hiking, horseback riding, tree climbing, waterfall rappelling, zip lining, kayaking, ocean fishing, bird watching and yoga.