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Recent Osa Peninsula reviews
"Our stay at Mango St. Casita was just what we hoped for. It’s a sweet little house, next door to owners’ house, but out of sight—sufficiently private. We had our own little patio that backed up onto a patch of jungle, where we saw birds, butterflies and cute little lizards – but not the sloths or monkeys other guests sometime see! Owners Nichole and/or Mario would stop by every day to see if we needed help organizing anything, or finding food—I had some of the best fresh fish I’ve ever had, when Mario found us some red snapper that had just been caught that day! They helped arrange trips to Corcovado, snorkeling, the night hike (fabulous!), and a private bird-watching walk (Carlos was great!). We loved having our own little place, and felt very taken care of as well. The house is a 5 minute walk from the boat landing, or to the collection of little restaurants and tiny tiendas in town. You can also walk from town down the coast, in the jungle with ocean views and sweet little beaches, for as far as you want. We had a great time, and would happily come stay here again!"Guest: Diane_B Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 29, 2014View listing
"My family of five had the adventure of a life time at Sierpe del Pacifico (our three children range in ages from 8-17). The jungle home is stunning, clean and placed right in the middle of the jungle--toucans, parrots, capuchin and howler monkeys are neighbours. We loved the solitude and natural splendour of the property. Paradise is simply sitting on the porch, overlooking the jungle and the Sierpe River, watching scarlet macaws fly by. We took boat trips to Corcovado Park, Cano Island, Violin Island and went horseback riding with Rosita (which was so much fun)! Caesar was a top notch guide in Corcovado--very informative and he tracked a tapir for us. Felipe was a friendly, kind and knowledgeable driver on our way to and from San Jose. In fact, everyone we dealt with regarding our vacation was friendly, knowledgable and eager to help. The experience best suits those who enjoy nature and wilderness, don't mind hot and humid weather and can handle a 5-10 minute up hill climb to the house from the dock. Make sure to stock up on groceries well before Sierpe as we found the town grocery store lacking. Being submersed in the true jungle, I learned more on the Oso Peninsula about life than in my 8 years of university. I've been home for a while; yet, I still miss the howler monkeys and their morning calls. Thank you Cassidy, it was the most amazing vacation and I'd love to return."Guest: Melissa H. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: July 10, 2014View listing
"Came down to the Osa Peninsula to seek adventure and surfing; we were not disappointed. This is a beautiful location; beach just steps from the front deck. Very clean. The staff was very helpful, and hospitable. Host provided great suggestions on things to see and do in the area. We had a personal cook come in and prepare meals for us that were very good. Great place to come if you like being close to nature but desire comfortable accommodations. If you like being around large crowds, this is NOT the place for you. Very serene, surrounded by beautiful lush vegetation and wildlife, bordering one of the most beautiful beaches I've seen with great surf."Guest: Erik P. Date of Stay: November 2013 Review Submitted: December 5, 2013View listing
"We spent two week's in Michelle's beautiful house and really enjoyed it. We loved the gardens, the terraces, the great kitchen, the huge upstairs bedroom, the outdoor showers, and the overall Spanish feel of the house. The almost daily titi monkey visits to the banana trees really added to the experience! The beach was a minute away and it was lovely to swim in the "infinity" river pool overlooking the gulf. Melanie and Kim were kind, helpful, and fun hosts and we felt very taken care of during our stay. Thank you also to Maru for her great housekeeping. We will be back!"Guest: Lindsay Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 13, 2014View listing
Osa Peninsula Travel Tips
Experience Tropical Beauty in Osa Peninsula Vacation Rentals
For those who wish to experience the tropical beauty and magnificence of Costa Rica, travel to the Osa Peninsula. It’s a place you won’t want to miss. Located on the southern-most part of the coastline, Osa Peninsula offers a myriad of activities for tourists and vacationers alike. Enjoy tree climbing, horseback riding, fishing, hiking, and bird watching. Experience the beauty of the Osa Peninsula beach and surrounding rainforest from an Osa Peninsula vacation rental. They come equipped with everything you need for a fun, relaxing vacation in Costa Rica. You’ll be surprised how affordable Osa Peninsula vacation rentals and Puntarenas beach homes can be! Why stay in an expensive and crowded hotel when you can enjoy the privacy and solitude of a vacation rental? They provide everything for your Osa Peninsula travel needs.
Looking for a little R & R? Costa Rica Vacation Rentals Are the Answer!
Relax and enjoy your vacation in a spacious beachfront home. Many Osa Peninsula vacation rentals offer multiple bedrooms and baths, hammocks, fully-stocked kitchens, Wifi, barbeques, and more. Kick back and enjoy a view of the beach from your front deck. Osa Peninsula is the only place where you can view the ocean on one end of the house, and a tropical rainforest on the other.
What Are Some Activities to Enjoy on the Osa Peninsula?
Waterfall repelling, tree climbing, horseback riding, sport fishing, canopying, and bird watching are just a few of the activities you can enjoy. Take a walk along the coastline beyond Matapalo beach to the 300-foot rock cliffs that comprise the actual cape itself. For self-guided hikes and tours, the Osa Peninsula also offers several streams you can hike up. King Louis, located just a short distance from the beach, is the most impressive of all the regional waterfalls in the area. Whether you like to relax on the beach or take a hike through the rainforest, Osa Peninsula has something for everyone.