Get answers to the most frequently asked questions.

Costado sureste del aeropuerto
Puerto Jiménez, Golfito, Puntarenas

By air: There are multiple daily 40-minute flights from San José (SJO) to Puerto Jiménez (PJM).

By car: Take the highway to the town of Puerto Jiménez Osa Peninsula. Follow the road along the water to the airport, bear left where the road runs parallel to the east side of the airport. Head left and the hotel entrance is 50 meters on your left-hand side.

By sea: There are multiple public ferries from Golfito to Puerto Jiménez.

In-Country Transfers:
A transfer package of $559.35 per person (including tax) is available and can be added to guest’s package. This package includes an inbound-night’s stay at a hotel in the Hilton La Sabana in San José (double occupancy), all ground transfers between airports and hotels, and scheduled round-trip domestic air transportation between San José and Puerto Jimenez (Botánika resort).


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We currently have 124 rooms.

Check-in is at 3:00PM and check-out is at 11:00AM.

Yes, we have available connecting rooms upon request.

Our fitness center is open 24 hours.

Rooms and balconies are smoke-free areas.

Book the Botánika Resort day pass for $150* and enjoy access to all of the fantastic amenities our resort has to offer from 10am to 5pm. Whether you want to lounge by the pool, make use of our world class fitness center, or relax in a room, our day pass gives you the freedom to do it all.   To reserve a day pass call us direct or email us *Plus taxes. Rate is for 2 guests, $40 + tax per additional person. Children under 9 years free.
The swimming pools are not heated.

Yes, all of our rooms have views of either the jungle canopy or the lagoon area of the resort.

We offer complimentary fitness classes on Mondays & Thursdays. Inquire with the front desk for more information.

Yes, Botánika Osa Peninsula has several outdoor and indoor meeting and event spaces available.

We offer A/V services in Sala EVENIR, our main conference room.

On-site catering is available at Botánika Osa Peninsula.

Photoshoots must be approved by the general manager and must adhere to the hotel photography policy.

Photos by guests are permitted so long as they do not interfere with hotel operations or inconvenience other guests. Botánika Osa Peninsula may be tagged on social media as #BotanikaResort.

We are in a unique location where the rainforest meets the ocean. Botánika Osa Peninsula offers the very best ocean activities and fishing excursions off the Golfo Dulce and eco-tours in the nearby rainforest.

The nearby town of Puerto Jiménez Village offers restaurants, grocery stores, shops, and nightlife.

You may book any of our tours and activities through our concierge.

The center of Puerto Jiménez is roughly 1 mile, or 1.5 km, away from the resort.

Yes, we have several dining options available for guest including Tierra a la Mesa, Driza Bar & Grill, Becrá Lounge, and Babánka Wine Bar.

Our hotel offers both valet-parking and self-parking.

There are three primary forests in Costa Rica: rainforests, cloud  forests, and dry forests.

Costa Rica’s tropical rainforests are found in the southwest region of the country and in the Atlantic lowlands. Rainforests play a fundamental role in life, as they help Earth’s climate by reducing the greenhouse effect, provide food sources, and many other important resources from nature. One of the most productive and intense ecosystems in the world, Costa Rica’s rainforests are home to a diverse variety of mammals, reptiles, amphibians, insects, fish and birds. The flora is just as astounding. Trees can grow up to 100 feet tall, absorbing about 90% of the rain forest’s photosynthesis.

Costa Rica’s cloud forests are a stunning sight. They cover the higher pitch of volcanoes and mountains all across Costa Rica, captivating visitors with their mysterious fogs and exotic vegetation.

Tropical dry forests in Costa Rica are found along the North Pacific coast. Although they’re not as diverse as the rainforests are because they receive much less rain, Costa Rica’s dry forests evoke an amazing ecosystem with a wide variety of flowers and trees.

The Osa Península’s Tropical Lowland  Rainforest is—according to National Geographic—the most biological intense place on Earth. Find more wildlife that roam free here than any other part of Costa Rica, or the world. It is a perfect destination for families, honeymooners, birdwatchers, photographers and adventurers, while still a peaceful refuge for travelers who are seeking a secluded and relaxing place to stay.

Any time is a good time to visit Costa Rica because each season brings forth different experiences and activities. November through April is the blue season with great fishing and high temperatures, and May through October is the green season with cooler temperatures, whales, sea turtles, and waterfalls.

Our Jungle Night Walks are easy walks convenient for everybody. Along this tour we look for different species of insects, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and mammals, most of which are only found at night (like the famous red-eyed tree frogs and the kinkajous). We may also see diurnal wildlife like sleeping birds or basilisks taking a break.

The climate is hot and humid, so drink plenty of water and carry a water bottle with you, as well as sunblock and mosquito repellent. Good shoes for walking/hiking are important, comfortable clothing (shorts and t-shirts are fine),  a raincoat just in case, phones or camera to capture the  special moments, and a backpack. An important rule when entering/hiking into the rainforest (or any forest o r secluded area): NEVER hike alone, accidents can happen anywhere.