The very last lodge south of Nuquí, just beyond the village of Arusí, Punta Brava is perched on a rocky bluff with ocean on three sides of it. There are two beaches that come and go with the tides, and whales can occasionally be spotted right from the lodge during the right time of year. The open-air lodge with a thatched roof is quite simple, featuring just a few basic cabins on two levels, which all get a nice breeze. There’s loads of eco-charm, such as the shared bathrooms opening up to the thick jungle on one side. Meals are lovingly prepared local dishes and, miraculously, there’s even Wi-Fi at the staff hut. Rates include short hikes to waterfalls and to beaches, though activities like fishing and whale-watching require boat rides and have an additional fee.