Located right on the beach on the southern border of Corcovado National Park, Costa Rica Corcovado Lodge Tent Camp is the only lodge that provides comfortable accommodations along with such close access to the famous southern half of Corcovado National Park. While by no means easy or probable, here the visitor will have the best chance in Costa Rica to actually see the large mammals—jaguar, tapir, ocelot and peccaries—which have come to symbolize the tropical rain forest. There is a good chance that the visitor will have the thrill of seeing recent signs of their existence and knowing that they are in the habitat of these almost mythical creatures. On a low grassy bluff above the Pacific Ocean beach sit twenty comfortable 10–foot square wall tents pitched on wooden platforms, each with 2 single beds, providing a base for our 400 acre private reserve. The lodge includes a screened, thatched-roof dining room and kitchen, a thatched-roof hammock house and bar, and two common bath houses, each with 4 showers, 4 toilets, and 4 hand basins. Electricity is supplied by a small generator, and guests should bring flashlights for illuminating paths after dark.