La Paloma Lodge nests atop a high bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean and nearby Caño Island, on Costa Rica`s isolated Drake Bay. The resort is spread over twelve richly landscaped acres and surrounded by dense tropical rainforest. The gardens are planted hundreds of plants and trees that are not only lovely to see but also attract a variety of birds and wildlife. There is a swimming pool and a sun deck, and the food is legendary.
There is standard cottage with four separate rooms each sleeping two people comfortable, and six separate ranchos that can sleep up to five people. All rooms are equipped with private baths and balconies. The thatch-roof deluxe ranchos have sleeping lofts and balconies with ocean views. All showers have solar-heated warm water.
Scuba diving at Caño Island is made easy by the resort`s fast and comfortable 36-foot catamaran, the largest dive vessel in the area. Other activities include Corcovado National Park guided hikes, bird watching, horseback riding, fishing, sea kayaking, and dolphin and whale watching.