Danta Corcovado Lodge
Danta Corcovado is a family run lodge set on a 35 hectare farm in Guadalupe. Sustainability is the ethos here as the lodge strives to involve the local community by using local food products, building trails to support farmers and the conservation of their forests, supporting local artisans and using local nature guides.
Accommodation is either in standard rooms or more isolated bungalows. They are all simply yet artily furnished from local woods with polished teak floors, ceiling fans and screened windows.
The remote bungalows are set amid the forest, 200m walk away from the main lodge building. They have three walls made only of hanging nets and alfresco private bathrooms.
Note: this is a place for natural history lovers. Not for the bug phobic.
Over 200 species of birds have been spotted in the area (inv Black-cheeked Ant-Tanager, Fiery-billed Aracari, Yellow-billed Cotinga) and there have also been sightings of Jaguaroundis, Northern Tamanduas (Anteater), Three-toed Sloths, as well as regular appearances made by Squirrel, Howler, and White-faced Capuchin Monkeys.