During my stay at Bodhi Surf and Yoga Camp, one of the owners Travis kept talking about how special Osa is and about some of the success stories for sustainable, local tourism. Being only 2.5 hours away, I had to see the place that National Geographic called “the most biologically intense place on Earth in terms of biodiversity.”
Danta Lodge is owned by a local and is one of the best success stories in the area for sustainable tourism and shows how local businesses give back to their community. This is one of the best examples of simple, rustic comfort and how I prefer to experience a wild and natural place. Even the monkeys consider this place home.