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Casa Aire Libre, Dos Brazos de Rio Tigre

SuperhostPuerto Jimenez, Puntarenas, Costa Rica
Entire house hosted by Tristan
5 guests2 bedrooms3 beds1 bathroom
Entire home
You’ll have the house to yourself.
Clean and tidy
5 recent guests said this place was sparkling clean.
Tristan is a Superhost
Superhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
Great location
100% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
Casa Aire Libre is a two-story, open air rustic home truly one with nature, located in the forest reserve of the world famous Corcovado National Park with the new El Tigre entrance only minutes away.

The space
Where the rough road ends and the majestic rainforest begins, lies this idyllic home and garden perched above the Rio Tigre, surrounded in breathtaking beauty and providing a one of a kind Osa experience. Casa Aire Libre offers guests a creatively comfortable home, designed to provide a fun and inspiring environment from which to witness and explore the abundant natural wonders of the vibrant surrounding rainforest.

Entering the quaint village of Dos Brazos is like stepping back in time, where the pace of life slows down and one begins to observe the perfect balance and harmony orchestrated by the abundant natural beauty of the area.

Guest access
Casa Aire Libre is located in the Osa Peninsula, southwest Costa Rica where the rainforest meets the sea. It is one of the most remote, most spectacular and wildest regions in the country. One of the last places in Costa Rica to be settled, it has been dubbed Costa Rica's last wilderness frontier. Rich in wildlife, sparsely populated and until recently very difficult to access by road. Consequently much of the peninsula is still covered in majestic, pristine rainforest. Dominated by Corcovado National Park which protects most of the peninsula, the Osa supports more then fifty percent of the animal and plant species that live in Costa Rica. National Geographic has described the Osa as, "The most biologically intense place on earth". While you are staying at Casa Aire Libre you will have the feeling to be in the middle of the jungle with no one else around yet the property manager is only a few minutes away.

Other things to note
What should I Pack?

This is our suggested list of items to bring on your holiday. Please bear in mind the weight of your luggage is very limited on domestic flights.

Lightweight hiking or walking shoes.
River shoes and flip flops.
Flashlights and/or headlamps.
Please bring rechargeable batteries, currently we have no way of recycling them in the Osa Peninsula.
Quick drying clothes.
Snacks from home (power bars for example).
San Jose is usually 70 to 80°F (21 to 27°C) although it can get pretty chilly at night, pack a long sleeve shirt and pants.
Re-usable water bottle.
Day pack for hiking and short trips.
Dry bags (protection for your gear).
Waterproof case for your phone.
Reading material, none of our houses have TV or internet.
Sunscreen, sunglasses and/or hat.
Insect repellent, after-bite and travel first-aid kit.
Umbrella/rain gear during the green season (April thru December).
English/Spanish dictionary.
Casa Aire Libre is a two-story, open air rustic home truly one with nature, located in the forest reserve of the world famous Corcovado National Park with the new El Tigre entrance only minutes away.

The space
Where the rough road ends and the majestic rainforest begins, lies this idyllic home and garden perched above the Rio Tigre, surrounded in breathtaking beauty and providing a one of a kin…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
1 double bed, 1 single bed

Amenities

Essentials
Free parking on premises
Kitchen
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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Puerto Jimenez, Puntarenas, Costa Rica

Dos Brazos is a town with a rich history and an even more prosperous future. Not more than 40 years ago, gold, and lots of it, was Dos Brazos claim to fame. People came from everywhere to work for the gold mining companies back then. After the companies left some decided to stay and Dos Brazos de Rio Tigre was born. Today Dos Brazos is a sleepy little town of just 300 inhabitants that lies in the richest location you can imagine, right at the border of the world famous Corcovado National Park. Although gold mining is still practiced, the wealth is in the amazing diversity of flora and fauna and wild life. In fact Corcovado is thought to be one of the most biologically intense and pristine places in the world!

It’s a small oasis of civilization, surrounded by the jungle of the forest reserve that encompasses Corcovado. Although it’s a short 12-kilometer ride from the beautiful Pacific beaches of Puerto Jimenez, and just a little further from great wave riding in Matapalo, it’s a town that is barely known on the tourist circuit. From Dos Brazos you’ll find extensive walking trails into the jungle, with many waterfalls to see, world class birding, horseback riding, gold mining tours, and more are all available. So get off the beaten path, and make your way to Dos Brazos del Rio Tigre!
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Hosted by Tristan

Joined in December 2013
  • 272 Reviews
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Tristan is the director of Osa Rainforest Rentals and represents Casa los Suenos La Casita del Rio on Airbnb. Understanding the importance of making as low as an impact on the environment and local culture as possible, while helping to generate income and employment for the local people. To help ensure that development that comes to the Osa Peninsula brings a positive experience for local people and the tourists whilst protecting the amazing natural environment of the Osa.
Tristan is the director of Osa Rainforest Rentals and represents Casa los Suenos La Casita del Rio on Airbnb. Understanding the importance of making as low as an impact on the envi…
During your stay
Please bear in mind that the internet connection in the Osa Peninsula is very limited and sometimes it can take longer than usual for a response to your inquiries.
Tristan is a Superhost
Superhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
  • Languages: English, Español
  • Response rate: 100%
  • Response time: within a few hours
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Things to know

House rules
Check-in: 13:00 - 18:00
Check out: 10:00
Not suitable for infants (under 2 years)
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed
Safety & Property
No carbon monoxide alarm
No smoke alarm