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Recent Osa Peninsula reviews

  • Paradise.... comfortable yet tropical!

    "When you come to Costa Rica you expect amazing nature, abundant wild life, and deserted beaches... You won´t find this in Quepos or Dominical anymore, but it is exactly what we found at Playa Lapa! I visited Playa Lapa for 10 nights at the beginning of July, I wish I could have stayed there longer, this is definitely the best place in Costa Rica that I have visited and one of my favorite places in general! I was travelling with my family with a rented 4x4 and we decided to spend our whole Costa Rican vacation in this simply amazing beach rental, one of the nearest options to Corcovado National Park- only a 45 minute walk away. The two master bedrooms are beautiful, with gorgeous views of the jungle, beach and nearby lagoon. We were completely surrounded by the green vivid colours of the flaura, the sounds of birds and the singing frogs and insects, I slept so good and it was so exciting and magical to wake up in the morning! I already miss staying there! Everything was absolutely perfect. There was so much fresh fruit to pick from in the 2 hectare garden, it was brilliant! We spent many afternoons animal spotting and reading on the welcoming and private deck area of the house. We enjoyed a touching red sunset walking on the wild beach towards the lagoon, only a few minutes walk away from our ´home´. We went to the Corcovado National Park, one of the best experiences of our lives! Also not to be missed are the body surfing and strolling on the beach, breath-taking sunsets, morning choruses of howler monkeys, the vast view of the jungle and Pacific Ocean, kayaking in the lagoon viewing caiman, crocodiles, myriad birds and no other tourists, and soaking up the remarkable ambiance of the jungle’s embracing warmth, and vital intensity of “pura vida.” We are all really looking forward to go back to Playa Lapa for our next vacation!! This place is way more than a rental house, it becomes a home very quickly, 5 stars all round!"
    Guest: Sandy101 Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: September 25, 2014
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  • Magical place, magical people

    "We loved "Tres Palmas"! The wildlife around the property was as good as it gets. The villa offers every configuration of beds/rooms a large group could ask for. The caretakers not only cooked wonderful meals for our group, but they helped us organize some guided hikes and dinners in the neighborhood. Since we were deep in the middle of nowhere, having this kind of help was very useful. We liked the hike through the rainforest down to the beach everyday, and especially enjoyed "pan dulce" beach for its beauty and great community feel. We are still dreaming about our great adventure to this magical place, and planning to come back."
    Guest: harp Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 23, 2014
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  • Sierpe del Pacifico Adventure

    "We recently returned from our second visit to Sierpe del Pacifico. We had an excellent time at SDP. Our accomodations in the River Cabin we quite comfortable. We ate most all our meals there but made a few visits to the Village. The SDP experience is perfect for anyone that enjoys exploring the beauty of Costa Rica. While we were visiting we enjoyed both a guided river fishing trip for snook, snapper & corvina & a fantastic day on the Pacific. We ate fish almost eveyday! We had another great day riding horses & visiting with Rosie & her family on a real Tico farm. Visiting with Rosie & her family was a great way for us to work on our Spanish too. We took daily walks on the miles of well maintained trails, taking pictures & video of the plants & animals. On this visit we saw all four species of monkeys that are native to CR. We enjoyed fresh fruits from the garden daily. If you snorkel or dive, a day trip to Isla Cano is highly recommended. The SDP staff were there to help with just a call on the cell phone provided. So much to do. We had a blast. We recommend grocery shopping in Pal Mar on your way to Sierpe for best selection. Be sure to read the info provided. It's full of important points to have a safe & enjoyable experience."
    Guest: Pez Gallo Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 29, 2014
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  • No closer place to heaven than this!

    "We spent 9 days here with our 7- and 10-year-old daughters and my 73-year-old mother, and everyone had the time of their lives. First of all, the house was amazing. The space was set up so well to give everyone their own space, and still feel so open to the surrounding wonders. We were easily able to close up the house when the rain got extreme, and open it back up to rejoin the jungle whenever we wanted. The grounds surrounding the house were a dream. Front yard is jungle, backyard is beach. The tide pools just up the beach kept us busy at low tide for 2 straight days, while we wandered around and checked out all the life down there. We made several trips down to Playa Pan Dulce to swim in the warm water and to let our girls boogie board. The hike to the King Louie waterfall was leisurely and beautiful, and my girls will remember swimming at the base of that fall forever. Coming back during drizzles to dip in the pool and sip cocktails was wonderful! I could never have imagined how plentiful the wildlife would be. We saw several kinds of monkey every day right around the house, often watching the Capuchins right on the ground as they foraged within feet of us. Amazing birds were everywhere, with toucans and macaws turning up regularly. We loved Matapalo so much and found so much to do there that we only ventured out twice – once for a zip-line adventure and once to get out on Golfo Dulce. We did Bosque Mar for the zip-lining, and they were really great – 2 very personable and informative guides and a great experience, even for my 73-year-old mother. The Dolphin and Snorkel Tour was a definite highlight, with more dolphins on display than I could have fathomed, and the guide, Josh, was fantastic. The snorkeling wasn’t great due to the time of year we were there, but everything else about the day more than made up for it. My 10-year-old is still talking about how she swam in the ocean under a waterfall next to a tropical fjord! Lady’s cooking was fantastic, and the kindness of her family added much to our experience. We were here during the "Green Season" and were prepared to be housebound at points due to weather, but we had only one day where we had rain for more than a couple of consecutive hours. The temperatures were great, and we were able to get out for everything we wanted to do. If you are considering a trip to the Osa – and you should be! – you couldn’t choose a better home base than this! Thank you, Lara!"
    Guest: TheFreeMasons Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 10, 2014
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