How to get to Tipi Jungla

Tipi Jungla Ecolodge is located close the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, 10 km. north of Dominical and about 35 km. south of Quepos. The ecolodge is located in Palma Quemada, between the villages of Matapalo (5 km. away) and Hatillo (4 km. away). In Palma Quemada you will find a small road towards the mountain with our sign. Turn in and drive one kilometer until you reach Tipi Jungla.

 Tipi Jungla on the mapfirst sign







Our coordinates 9.310922, -83.925757

By car
Route San José-Jaco-Quepos-Palma Quemada. Duration: approximately 4 hours.

From San José you drive down the highway 27 ‘Caldera’ to Orotina and continue at highway 34 ‘Costanera Sur’ towards Uvita. Palma Quemada is located 35 km. south of Quepos and 5 km. south of the village of Matapalo. At Palma Quemada you will find an unpaved road on the mountain side, with our road sign. Turn in and drive one kilometer to the foot of the mountain. There you will find Tipi Jungla. You need a 4WD car to drive the last kilometer to the lodge.

By bus
Route San José-Quepos-Atenas-Orotina-Palma Quemada. Duration: approximately 5 hours.
Buses to Quepos depart from the Transportes Morales bus station (Terminal Coca Cola) in San José. You can take the direct bus to Uvita or take a bus to Quepos. In Quepos you can change bus to continue in the direction of Uvita. In both cases you need to get off at the busstop Palma Quemada.

By plane
You land on the airfield Daniel Oduber in Quepos. Drive by car or taxi for about 25 km to the South in the direction of Dominical and Palma Quemada at the Costanera Sur highway 34. Tipi Jungla is located on the mountain side.

By bus via San Isidro del General
Route San José-San Isidro del General-Dominical-Palma Quemada. Duration: approximately 4,5 hours.
The bus departs from the Musoc bus station in San José in the direction of San Isidro del General. From the Transportes Blanco bus station in San Isidro the bus leaves in the direction of Quepos (via Dominical). Palma Quemada is located at approximately 2 km after the village of Hatillo.

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