Dominical, Uvita, Ojochal, and South Pacific. Costa Rica Hotels
Costa Rica´s South Pacific Coastal Region and Costa Ballena accommodations offer it all, from a luxury hotel and rental villas to ecolodges and simple "cabinas" (Spanish word used for shared accommodations, usually for four more people).
Nearly all of the hotels or establishments are very proud of their amazing ocean views and amenities, from on-site restaurants to infinity swimming pools, alongside WiFi connections on your private balcony and Spa services offered in the comfort of your own room. If the hotel does not offer an ocean view, it will surely be embedded in the middle of the mountains or the jungle, which allows you to listen to the sounds of nature, such as howler monkeys or toucans nearby.
There are a number of outstanding ecolodges, which are not only green by advertising but that have obtained their Certification of Sustainable Tourism or for the Blue Flag Program after a thorough process with the ICT - Costa Rica´s Official Chamber of Tourism. If you are a long-term traveler, most "cabinas" provide cooking facilities, a fridge, TV and some offer internet access. Please find out if you need a 4 wheel drive to get to the place of your choice, especially during the green season when it rains (mainly October and November). There is something for every budget to discover and enjoy.
Hier im Hotel 360 bemühen wir uns, jedem unserer Gäste einen außergewöhnlichen Service zu bieten und sind stolz auf unsere 5-Sterne-Bewertung bei TripAdvisor. Oberhalb des malerischen Ortes Ojochal ist eine traumhaftes Luxusresort entstanden. Das auf […]
Congratulations to Costa Rica on its Bicentennial of Independence! From its foundation in 1821, a guideline for conduct determined that Costa Rica “recognizes and respects civil liberties, property, and other legitimate national rights of every person and any state or nation.” The country
has proven that it can live in peace, freely and democratically, even with limited economic resources and facing significant challenges while respecting the environment.
RESTAURANTE CITRUS – COSTA MUY RICA If you believed that Costa Rican cuisine is made up of rice and beans, then chef Marcella Marciano and her collaborators, chefs Fabián Barrantes and Jose Calderón, managed to […]
Tips for protecting your home: , Gutters must be cleaned. Make sure your landscaper is doing that during every visit (minimum twice per month), especially during the rainy season. Water mitigation starts with landscaping. Take care when changing the landscaping of a property – especially if you want to change slopes/grades. Don’t plant trees too close to your home. If they are already planted, make sure the limbs are cut back to decrease the probability of debris falling onto the roof.
Install “alcantarillas” (concrete tubes typically used under roads and driveways) to help the water keep moving.
Study where your downspouts/rain chains end. Do they go onto the ground? Ideally, a concrete catch box will be connected to buried plastic pipes guiding the water into a more extensive water system.
Plant appropriate plants and trees in the proper locations.
Keep all drainage clean of debris. Have your landscaper/property manager check them.
Costa Rican Banknotes are so beautiful – the 20.000 Colones Bill Autor: J.S.P. The 20,000 colones orange Costa Rican banknote was the first paper money to be remade in 2021 with a plastic substrate to […]
El Mercado- The Importance of local markets Author: Nathalia Saray In a planet with so many wonderful and prosperous corners, community organizations’ initiatives must take on the task of opening spaces where local society is […]
Costa Rican Banknotes are so beautiful – the 10.000 Colones Bill Autor: J.S.P. The Costa Rican money journey continues with the green 10,000 banknotes! The rainforest theme shown is just one of the twelve Climatic […]
The delicious Pancito Café in Ojochal Author: Dagmar Reinhard Philippe and Mireille, owners of Pancito Cafe, are well known in Ojochal. Early in the morning, delicious aromas emanate from the place, the smell of fresh […]
What to do, Where to eat and Where to stay…
- Activities and Tours
- Whale Watching Tour
- Natural Attractions
- Marino Ballena National Park
- Hotels and Accommodations