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We stayed 2 nights at terrazas de ballena which happend to be an absolute great choice! Very remote in the rainforest between all kinds of wildlife but with everything you need available. The cabin felt like home and we had a great view on the...More
We were there for a week and a half. There were three of us -- me, my wife, and my 4 year old daughter. We all had a wonderful time.
There are reviews here about the road up to the bungalows: that you need a...More
Beautifull hotel in the jungle with a fantastic view. The hosts are very friendly and helpfull, they gave us a lot of tips and must-do's. There is a nice pool, clean and cozy bungalows and also a good breakfast! Close to a waterfall (cascada verde)...More
I am now more relaxed than I've been in several years, thanks to my mini-break at this charming hotel. While the list of possible activities was endless--the beach, zip-lining, whale watching, a trip to Corcovado State Park--we chose to do basically none of that. We'd...More
WOW! great choice! the staff was lovely (I forgot her name, I think she is the manager) also the cleaning lady is so friendly!!
The view was great and the rooms were superclean.
The pool is nice and we also liked the balcony/terras with the...More
$120 - $170 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Thank you for choosing us. We look forward to seeing you in February. Yes, you need a 4x4 vehicle. Once you get off the main roads in Costa Rica, most of the local streets are only dirt and rocks. A 4x4 will be... More
Thank you for choosing us. We look forward to seeing you in February. Yes, you need a 4x4 vehicle. Once you get off the main roads in Costa Rica, most of the local streets are only dirt and rocks. A 4x4 will be useful to you throughout your visit in Costa Rica. Thanks for asking the question.
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"Must have a 4x4 to get there, but most places in this area requires it."