- Départ tardif
- Wi-Fi gratuit
- Accès gratuit à Internet
- Accès internet
- Bureau des changes
- Draps inclus
- Echange de livres
- Equipement pour se faire du café ou du thé
- Instalaciones de lavandería
- Local à bagages
- Machine à laver
- Parking gratuit
- Petit-déjeuner non inclus
- Réception (horaires limités)
- Salle commune
- Serviettes incluses
- Terrasse en plein air
- Téléphone direct
Heure d’arrivée / départ
Arrivée au plus tôt: 05:00
- Adapté aux enfants
- Les cartes de crédit ne sont pas acceptées
- Animaux acceptés
- TVA inclue
Réservation de groupe ?
Groupe de 15 personnes ou plus voyageant en Puerto Jimenez?
Carte et itinéraire
Please note: Daylight arrivals only please, as there is a beautiful, but slightly aggressive 30 minute hike to the hostel itself (accessible only by foot).
Puerto Jimenez is the largest town in the Osa Peninsula. Unless you are driving, you'll need to go there first to connect to buses to and from Dos Brazos
FROM PUERTO JIMENEZ TO DOS BRAZOS DE RIO TIGRE
A micro bus goes to Dos Brazos from the 'Super 96' grocery store on weekdays at 11 a.m ( and 4 p.m. The 14 kilometer trip takes 40 minutes and costs $4, but no weekend service. You can also get here by taxi for about $20 US.
FROM SAN JOSE TO PUERTO JIMENEZ
By bus: Buses leave from the 'Lobo Blanco' bus stop daily at 8 a.m. and 12 noon. Cost is about $12 US and takes eight to nine hours. 'Lobo Blanco is located on calle 12, between avenidas 7 and 9, in downtown San Jose. You can get downtown from the airport by public bus or by Taxi. By bus, turn left out of the airport doors, walk down the ramp to the street, turn right, and walk 40 meters to the bus stop. Once in downtown San Jose, you can either walk the 6 blocks to Lobo Blanco bus terminal, or take a taxi for about $3 US.
By air: Both Sansa and Nature Air have multiple daily flights to Puerto Jimenez for around $110, and take 45 minutes. You can check websites at flysansa.com and natureair.com for schedules and fares.
FROM THE PANAMA BORDER AT PASO CANOAS
If you're coming from Panama and crossing the border at Paso Canoas, take the yellow and green Golifinero bus to Golfito. It runs about every 1.5 hours from a bus station just across from the Costa Rica border crossing. (Make sure when you are checking the schedule you are looking at Costa Rican time since Panama is one hour ahead of Costa Rica) The trip takes about 2 hours, and costs $2 US. In Golfito, exit the bus at the 'Lancha' (ferry) to Puerto Jimenez. The ferry runs every couple of hours during the day, takes 1/2 hour, and costs $6 US.
ONCE YOU ARE IN DOS BRAZOS
follow the signs to the office, which is a 7 minute walk from the bus stop. We will check you in, orient you, and send you on your way for the beautiful, but slightly aggressive 30 minute hike through the rainforest, up to Bolita. You're welcome to leave extra packs at the office during your stay. Night arrival is not recommended. BRING FOOD AND FLASHLIGHT!!!