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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Dominical reviews

  • Real GETAWAY!

    "If your are looking for the real getaway this is the place! Truly the best place to stay at Dominical if you are looking to get unplugged. AAA+ Totaly recomended! Thanks Diane and Peter!!"
    Guest: Flander E C. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 17, 2014
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  • Great group retreat

    "We had a group trip here for ~45 people and Mira Selva was a great choice. Close enough to a number of greg beaches and sites and secluded enough that we didn't have to worry about disturbing anyone. Bernan and the staff were great and everyone enjoyed their stay. It's not one of the options, but I would definitely recommend this property for groups looking to combine a little work and pleasure."
    Guest: rasin Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 20, 2014
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  • Jungle Paradise

    "We spent a week here as two couples. It exceeded our expectations. We felt like we were tucked right into the jungle, with an amazing view of the Dominicalito beach and gorgeous sunsets every night. Being a wildlife photograph buff, I was kept very busy! We arrived in the late afternoon, and it seemed everywhere I looked I found new, beautiful birds to photograph, including the toucan and vulture sentry that watched over us most days. The sound of the cicadas was deafening at times, but did not keep us awake. The beach below was well worth a visit, something we unfortunately did not discover until our last day. We did not have a vehicle for the first few days, and that was a mistake, because it is a long, hot hike up the steep road if you go down for a walk. We were grateful for the pool. A four wheel drive is definitely recommended. Dave and Deb were such gracious hosts, always ready to help, and we thoroughly enjoyed our day with them at their "secret beach". It was fun seeing Deb teach my 70 year old brother in law how to boogie board! One word of caution, the steps downstairs are beautiful, but if you are like me, and don't step towards the front of each step, the rocky edge scrapes your heals. Since that's the only complaint, you can't go wrong here. We even enjoyed sharing with our friends the night a small boa came for a visit outside. If we have one regret, having traveled south from here and then returning north again to Tamarindo, is that we did not cut our trip south a little and return here for a few more days. Thanks Dave and Deb for making our stay so memorable."
    Guest: Gerry M. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 8, 2014
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  • Perfect spot to relax

    "A photo of the view from the pool is on the front of my phone & keeping me going back in the cool of a late London summer… It's simply breathtaking, especially early in the morning and at sunset. Sitting there watching the Toucans, hummingbirds and many butterflies was a highlight of our trip. The pool is also great to swim in & for the kids to play, and the garden is beautiful. The house was really spacious for the four of us and had everything we needed, including good wifi (pre-requisite for teens…). Neil is really helpful, and a source of tons of information about the area. Dominical itself is very laid-back and low key, and there are lots of places to eat & drink, as well as to learn surfing/kayak/stand-up paddle etc. We had a great afternoon walking & zip-lining at Hacienda Baru where the guides are brilliant at spotting wildlife and telling you all about the rainforest (they also do night tours and overnight camping trips), and the walk out to the whale tail at low tide to snorkel is also well worth doing. Travelling in the rainy season was good for us, we had sun for most of the day, then some spectacular rain (warm!) & lightning shows. It's also much less busy than I'd imagine it is in low season. All in all it was a perfect place to relax before heading down to Corcovado"
    Guest: Rachel K. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 22, 2014
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Dominical Travel Tips

A Unique Vacation Awaits When You Choose Dominical Beach Rentals

Just south of the Manuel Antonio National Park region in Puntarenas, Costa Rica lies the village of Dominical, a quiet spot that still has all the amenities you expect on your Costa Rican vacation. Dominical beach rentals are comfortable, cozy, and feel like home. Kick back and relax, plan ahead to see the nearby attractions, and most of all enjoy yourself.

River, Rainforest, and Ocean Combine at Dominical Beach Rentals

Immerse yourself in a world of beauty when you stay at Dominical resorts. Several beaches good for surfing or splashing are nearby and the Rio Baru joins with the ocean here, creating a unique ecosystem which is home to sea and land creatures alike. Keep your eyes open and your camera turned on because vacations in Costa Rica are wall-to-wall experiences.

Find Economical Accommodations at Dominical Resorts

Vacations in Costa Rica are a traveler’s dream: inexpensive yet with all the amenities you expect in the ideal vacation. Dominical resorts are luxurious but not extravagant which keeps prices down and more vacation dollars in your pocket. Off the beaten path you can find Dominical beach rentals nestled in the rainforest or overlooking ocean vistas which are incredibly economical even during peak seasons.

Vacations in Costa Rica Offer Unique Day Trip Opportunities

Because the area has river, rainforest, and ocean habitats, Dominical beach rentals are the ideal starting points for a variety of fun and unusual activities. Vacations in Costa Rica include kayak tours of the caves at Marino Ballena National Park or of the Hatillo Mangrove Swamp which are excellent ways to experience the area. Dominical resorts can also allow you to arrange a horseback tour of the Don Lulos Nauyaca Waterfalls. This tour is appropriate for all ages and equestrian skill levels.

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