What to do at and around Cascada Verde Hostel
“Here’s some information for your stay at our Cascada Verde Hostel in Uvita and much more.”
Again: ¡Bienvenido a Cascada Verde Hostel! It’s a pleasure hosting and meeting you!
Please don’t hesitate to ask/contact us if you have any questions – we are really happy to help.
Our reception is open from 8 am to 8 pm every day.
° of course free WiFi
° tour/travel information & reservations all day during reception hours
° free maps
° taxi calls during reception hours
° use of our fully equipped kitchen 24 hrs – cooking is limited due to noise & security
° basics are provided (sugar, salt, oil…)
° free coffee/tea in our kitchen (please note: the big coffee machine is for staff use only!)
° breakfast 8 to 11am: (local & continental options)
° eggs, pasta, sauce, snacks, drinks, etc. for sale all day during reception hours
° change of towel on request (to save energy)
° laundry service (per kilo/just washing & hanging or also drying & folding)
° bodyboard and snorkeling mask rental
° yoga and massage (by arrangement)
° if you prefer, leave your valuables in our safe at reception (open 8 am to 8 pm)
° book exchange + wildlife books to borrow (for wildlife books: deposit required)
° board games
° restaurant & food delivery recommendations (please check below information in the guide)
° use of bbq grill on request
° smoking in our indicated front garden smoking area only (it’s Costa Rican law)
° hand sanitizer to disinfect your hands provided all over the hostel
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