Costa Rica Resort Eco-Luxury Beach Front Hotel, Drake Bay, Osa Peninsula

Ocean View Dining

Ocean View Dining Osa Peninsula

 We do our best to enhance your Costa Rican vacation by offering only the best and freshest ingredients. We source native fruits and vegetables, “catch of the day” seafood, meats and poultry, freshly baked breads, delicious deserts, smoothies, and specialty coffees.  

Sleep Among the Trees

Drake Bay views from every room.

 Nestled amongst the trees, each cabina blends seamlessly into the natural backdrop. Constructed using recycled materials and reforested wood such as teak, cypress and melina; all of our accommodations feature ocean and rainforest views. 

Elegant Pool & Jacuzzi

Drake Bay Ocean Views from the pool make you feel like your right on the beach.

Enjoy a nice cold cold beverage pool side after a long day of sight seeing or rejuvenate in the Jacuzzi while stargazing Drake Bays pure night sky.

Let Nature Come to You

Tapir habitat. The Tapir is an endangered species listed as critical.

Some of the most amazing wildlife in all of Costa Rica stops by to greet our guest. You might just see a Tapir or two. 

Adventure Awaits

Horseback riding on the beach.

We try our best to immerse our guest into nature through a wide variety of activities. We've partnered with only the best local guides in all of Drake Bay.  

Resort Amenities

Drake Bay Stand up paddle boarding right from our private beach.

Relax on the beach, lounge by the pool, grab a snorkel and mask or jump on a stand up paddle board. There is simply too much to see and do in one day. Some of the funnest activities are right in our back yard. 



" As one of the last places in Costa Rica to be settled, this iconic peninsula is almost entirely covered with lush primary rainforests." || National Geographic || March 2019 ||

Osa Peninsula Tree top hotel rooms bring nature to you.

Maintaining Harmony with Nature

Experience the Costa Rica of your Dreams


Copa De Arbol Beach and Rainforest Resort is a luxury beachfront  eco- resort set among 70 acres of pristine  rainforest reserve. We are located in Southern Pacific Costa Rica on the Osa Peninsula, perfectly situated between Drake Bay and the Corcovado National Park in an area known as “Caletas” (small coves). This area of the Osa Peninsula is accessible by boat only and is one of the most remote and untouched places on Costa Rica’s entire Pacific coastline. Our luxurious Drake Bay resort accommodations sit near the ocean, immersed in the rainforest for an experience you won't forget.

During your stay, you will be surrounded by the diverse melody of the tropical rainforest and peaceful rhythm of the ocean. White-faced monkeys swing from the trees while toucans and scarlet macaws circle overhead. Endless small coves and beaches, fresh-water lagoons, and miles of hiking trails that wind through the rainforest make this the perfect spot to simply relax  all day or embark on an eco-adventure experience second to none.

What sets Copa De Arbol apart from other Drake Bay hotels:

  • 100% commitment to exceptional customer service & attention to detail
  • Beachfront 4 level infinity pool & Jacuzzi
  • Fully appointed, beachfront open air bar / restaurant
  • Very private boat access only location, 2 miles west of Drake Bay
  • Luxury air conditioned cabinas just a stone’s throw from the Beach

Tours & Activities

 Located on the pacific side of southern Costa Rica, the 300,000 acre Osa  Peninsula is home to the largest and most significant tract of  untouched, coastal tropical rainforest in Central America, and the core of Costa Rica’s national park system – the Corcovado National Park and Isla Del Cano biological reserve. This remote and secluded area of the peninsula is known worldwide as a top destination for  researchers, conservationists and those seeking tranquility and nature as well as ocean and rainforest adventures. With bi-lingual guides and our professional staff  we are fully committed as a team to ensure that your stay with us not only meets but exceeds all of your expectations. 

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