Drake Bay sport fishing is world class, producing more than forty world records, including mahi-mahi, tuna, roosterfish, wahoo, sailfish, and marlin.
*Depending on boat and destination; max persons depends on boat size
Rancho Quemado uses sustainable rural tourism to showcase the traditions of the Osa Peninsula, where visitors can learn about the workings of a milk farm, organic farming, local gold mining, weaving, and a traditional sugar cane mill.
Visitors will have the opportunity to try their hand at making cheese and local Costa Rican dishes, as well as canoe Lake Chocuaco, and hike the numerous trails in the primary forest.
$155 per person
(minimum 2 people)
Take a more relaxing tour while exploring the jungle trails or the beach on horseback. Visit a waterfall, find a lookout with views of the Pacific, or race along a deserted beach; this tour is a great way to explore the area.
Please remember to bring swimsuit (wearing), long pants, sunglasses, hiking shoes, camera, sunscreen, insect repellent, drinking water, and a waterproof bag.
$65 per person
Enjoy a pleasant evening on Drake Bay observing the natural phosphorescence in the water. Watch the tiny microorganisms in the water that become luminous as they are stirred up.
Please remember to bring swimsuit (wearing), sports sandals/water shoes, sunglasses, waterproof camera or a waterproof bag
$40 per person
(minimum 4 people)
Relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings with a massage in your villa. Enjoy a selection of traditional massage therapies while looking out at the Pacific Ocean; a perfect activity after a morning of adventure!
Staying closer to Drake Bay, explore beaches, coastal vegetation, and venture up the Agujitas River to spot wildlife.
$75 per person
Step out of your villa and stroll around our own trails, or head out onto the trails throughout Drake Bay.