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4 voyageurs

1 chambre

2 lits

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4 voyageurs

1 chambre

2 lits

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Have you ever wanted a place to retreat from everything and do the things that you really love?
A beach at your doorstep
Nestled at the bottom of a 60 Acre Jungle Reserve, where the “Rainforest meets the Ocean” at YOUR private beach, Playa Escondida is a unique experience for the adventurous traveler searching for a truly Costa Rican gem.


Le logement
Le logement
Capacité d'accueil : 4
Salles de bain : 1
Chambres : 1
Lits : 2
Arrivée : 13:00 - 20:00
Départ : 11:00
Type de logement : Logement entier

Équipements
Équipements

Prix
Prix
Voyageur supplémentaire : 14€ / nuit après 2 voyageurs
Réduction à la semaine : 20%
Conditions d'annulation : Strictes

Description
Description

Have you ever wanted a place to retreat from everything and do the things that you really love?
A beach at your doorstep
Nestled at the bottom of a 60 Acre Jungle Reserve, where the “Rainforest meets the Ocean” at YOUR private beach, Playa Escondida is a unique experience for the adventurous traveler searching for a truly Costa Rican gem.

On a spectacular 2 acre private beach between Uvita and Dominical, the ecological refuge is a single Oceanfront Cabin totally blended into Nature with views all around (max 4 guests).

A kitchen equipped with the basics, including refrigerator and stove top

Shower is outdoor..the water from a natural spring flowing all year ‘round.

Are you ready to unplug?

the property spread over 2 acres beachfront surrounded by jungle and 2 small creeks.
the parking is in the open air

the Costa Ballena: Uvita and Dominical

Located just an hour south of the popular beach town of Manuel Antonio, the Costa Ballena, or Whale Coast, is slowly becoming famous for its pristine beaches and rolling green mountains that teem with wildlife.

Dominical
A surfer’s escape, Dominical is a laid-back beach town where you can roll out of bed, walk to the beach, and not return until well into the night. With a number of affordable accommodations, eclectic eats, and a busy night life, Dominical attracts backpackers, surfers, and yogis alike. But no matter what you fancy, during the day everyone ends up at the beach. Along a sandy palm-tree lined avenue, dozens of merchants sell souvenirs, and restaurants serve up quick bites alongside cold drinks. Stay for the sunset and you too will fall in love with this small town’s charm.

Uvita
Marked by a small hub of banks, restaurants, grocery stores, and offices near the main highway, Uvita is a town that offers much more than convenient commerce. Take one of the many dirt roads into the mountains and you will discover hidden homes and neighborhoods neatly tucked into the rainforest. From here, you will have breathtaking views of the famous whale tail, a giant sandbar shaped just like that of a whale fin. On the coastal side, a charming Tico neighborhood named Bahía Ballena abuts some of the most beautiful beaches in the country, and one of the only marine national parks in Costa Rica, Marino Ballena. A stop here will surely give a glimpse into real Tico life and show you why Costa Ricans are some of the happiest people on earth.

Local bus runs by 4 times a day each directions to/from Uvita.
Parking is included onsite.
Shuttle bus available from San Jose' Airport if needed at additional charge


Activities
National Whale Marine Park
One of the only marine parks in the country, Marino Ballena National Park, offers plenty to do for beachgoers. There are several beautiful beaches where you can find your own piece of paradise, all backed by tall palm trees or shrubby beach almonds. Picnicking is commonplace here and you’ll see plenty of families set up with hammocks and grills. The real draw at Marino Ballena though is Punta Uvita, commonly called the whale tail. This naturally occurring sandbar is shaped just like a whale’s tail. At low tide, you can walk its length and explore the rocks and tide pools near the tip. The uneven rocks can be tricky, but the view of the majestic cloud-encased mountains makes it all worthwhile.

Whale Watching
The Costa Ballena is named for whales and it’s not just because of the tail-shaped sandbar. Several different whale species can be spotted off the coast during certain times of the year, including false killer, Bryde’s, pilot, and humpback whales. Humpbacks are especially common since they use the area’s temperate waters as a seasonal breeding ground and to rear young. There are two separate humpback migrations, each over several months, which ensures that it is whale season almost year-round. Boat tours will get you up close and personal with these gentle giants and usually leave from the beaches of Uvita.

Surfing
With the biggest waves in the area, Dominical naturally draws the most surfers. But there are some lesser known beaches along the Costa Ballena worth noting as well. Playa Hermosa, just north of Uvita, offers consistent waves for the beginner to intermediate surfer, especially when high swells at Dominical are a little too intimidating. Look for the best break right in front of the new lifeguard stand. For beginners, Uvita’s Playa Colonia is a perfect place to start. Since offshore rock formations tend to ease the swell, this beach inside Marino Ballena National Park offers much more manageable waves for the novice. There are plenty of surf schools in the area if you’re looking to pick up a board.

Waterfalls
The lush hills of the Costa Ballena are home to many stunning waterfalls but probably the most famous lies just a half hour into the mountains. The Nauyaca waterfalls is one of Costa Rica’s most impressive cascades with two sets of falls measuring a combined 200 feet tall. The lower falls have a large pool where you can swim and jump into the cool water from the rocks. The upper falls have an impressive 140 foot cliff and are the perfect place to picnic. Most people access the Nauyaca by horseback on a tour, but you can also hike to the falls on your own.


Règlement intérieur
Règlement intérieur
Peut ne pas convenir aux bébés (moins de 2 ans)
L'heure d'entrée dans les lieux est 13:00 - 20:00.

* Smoking outside
* No extra or invited guests are allowed that are not part of the Reservation.
Ask the desk if an additional guest is coming.
* Broken or lost items will be refunded by the Guest.
* Toilet use: please drop paper in the provided trash can.
* Electricity: Please economize and shut off lights that you don't need.
* The Host is not responsible for missing items.
Do not leave object of value unguarded at beach while swimming or leave objects of value in the house if leaving the property for several hours or unlocked.

* HAPPY HOLIDAY!
:-)
Playa Escondida Lodge


Disponibilité
Disponibilité
Séjour de 2 nuits minimum

Hôte : White Cloud

Uvita, Costa Rica · Membre depuis juin 2010
White Cloud

White Cloud is private hermitage that includes 2 Sanctuary Retreat properties,
one near the Capitol San Jose' on the hills of the vibrant town of Santa Ana, and the other on the Pacific coast where the jungle meets the Sea.
Since 1972 we are committed to the preservation of wildlife and Flora and created small Oasis o beauty and Peace.

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