The Best Tour Guides
Because we are not tied to one operator, we can choose the best available tour guides based on their personal expertise- not on which hotel or tour operator that they work for.
Free & Budget Activities
We do not promote activities or tour operators based on commissions received. We recommend the best options based on your budget, time frame, and activity level. We also work to promote conservation activities and sustainable living such as Life For Life Sea Turtle Project
and Jungla Jaguar
Secure Your Spot
Most hotels can organize tours for you when you arrive. However, depending on the size of the group and the time of year, you may miss out on things such as Corcovado National Park, Isla del Cano, or Whale & Dolphin Tours. We can help you to secure your spot before you arrive with no stress.
Make the Most Out of Your Time
We can customize your trip to fit in as many activities as possible. Check out our example itineraries
for inspiration and use the Help me Decide form to get started.
Proven Track Record
We have been providing visitors with helpful advice about Drake Bay for years. Take a look at some of our relevant TripAdvisor reviews.
9 Years Personal Experience
We live and work right here in Drake Bay. We never recommend activities nor tour guides that we have not personally experienced and we strive to keep all of our information 100% up-to-date.
Who We Are
The Best Location in Drake Bay
With our new partnership with Jungla Jaguar Lodge & Hostel, you not only have access to the best information in Drake Bay, but also the best location in the region. Find out all you need to know by visiting us right on the border of Corcovado National Park and explore the last coastal primary rain forest on earth.
Gringo Curt has been living on the Osa Peninsula for over 9 years. After spending 9 years working at the bank, he fell in love with the Osa. He was a volunteer in Corcovado National Park for one year and then opened one of the first restaurants in Drake Bay. The restaurant has been rated number one on TripAdvisor in the Osa Peninsula; offering fresh fish, free birdwatching, and helpful advice about the area.
Charlotte is originally from Australia and has been living in Drake Bay for 4 years. She was a volunteer at the Corcovado Foundation, a local organization that focuses on sea turtle conservation and environmental education for 2 years. She has worked for several other non-profits around the world, doing web design and freelance writing.