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Book a Hike in Corcovado National Park through UsCabinas Tropicales is a beautiful new hotel in the heart of Puerto Jimenez. There are currently 6 rooms which all have a private bathroom and air-conditioning. Ameneties also include free high speed internet wi-fi connection and free parking.

The hotel has a “family-feel” since the owner, Mark Corn, his son Lee, and the staff live on the Cabinas property… you’ll always have someone to talk to and answer your questions!

Hotel in Puerto Jimenez with shared kitchen and affordable roomsCabinas Tropicales also has a beautiful rancho area & kitchen area, which is usable by all guests! The kitchen is fully equipped and you’ll be able to cook for yourself if you like, and have a cerveza in the hammock outside at night.

The garden is beautiful – enjoy the tropical plants and watch the hummingbirds and songbirds feed on fruit… while Scarlet Macaws fly over your head.

Amazing Marlin Fishing Puerto Jimenez

We’re also happy to set up any type of tour activity you’d like to do! Mark is a sportfishingcaptain, and offers one of the most affordable sport-fishing charters in Puerto Jimenez! You can do anything from a one-day offshore fishing trip, to special overnight trips. Check out the fishing packages and deals trips we have on offer.

This is a monkey you can see in Corcovado National Park - book a guided tour through us today!

We also arrange guided tours to Corcovado National Park for you! Just ask us during your reservation or upon arrival and we’re happy to set something up for you. We only use the most qualified guides, who have the best reviews from clients. The guides we use have been working in Corcovado National Park for years, and are the most knowledgeable and reliable guides you could find. Learn more about Corcovado National Park.

Pura Vida!

Cabinas Tropicales hotel in Puerto Jimenez Costa Rica


People

Cabinas Tropicales Hotel: Puerto Jimenez & Osa Peninsula

Mark and his son Lee

Mark Corn is the owner of Cabinas Tropicales, and founder of a sport fishing business “Costa Rica Sportsman”. He is originally from Lancaster, Ohio, but has lived in Puerto Jimenez, Costa Rica, for 22 years now! Mark constructed the Cabinas himself in 2011, and he takes care of all the beautiful landscaping of the property. Mark lives on the Cabinas grounds, and often his son Lee is around too! Once stepping on the Cabinas Tropicales grounds, you can certainly tell that Mark puts all his love and energy into making this hotel a beautiful place to stay! Furthermore, Mark knows almost everyone in town – and whatever activity you’d like to do or any question you may have – he’ll be able to help you.

Janina

Janina has designed this website, and helps to manage and market Cabinas Tropicales. She is originally from Germany, and has lived in Costa Rica for almost 1 1/2 years. She currently lives at Cabinas Tropicales and is happy to help you book a tour, book a hotel in your next destination, or help you with any questions or inquiries you may have!


Other contributors:

Rupesh Vethanayagam is an Indian graphic designer and designed Cabinas Tropicales’ beautiful logo and header of this website.

Joaquin Jaime Novoa and his girlfriend Ana Turner, both from Argentina, stayed at the Cabinas for almost a week in April, and gave us the right to use some of their amazing Corcovado photos that you can find on this website.

Jeremy Montague, from France, stayed at the Cabinas with his girlfriend for several days in April 2012, and took some of the beautiful wide-angle photographs of the Cabinas grounds that you can find on this website.


Cabinas Tropicales History

Cabinas Tropicales was constructed in the beginning of 2011 and finished in July 2011. Mark planned and lead the constructions and helped built the Cabinas from day one. Since the Cabinas where completed, Mark has had many visitors and long-term renters stay at Cabinas Tropicales. Mark also takes care of all the landscaping around the Cabinas. The hotel developed into a beautiful tropical paradise, where hummingirds and songbirds feed on the bird feeders and lizards and iguanas crawl on the ground.

See the gallery below for photos!