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Recent Costa Rica reviews

  • Pura Vida!!!!!!!

    "This little casita and all its surroundings were perfection to us. We had read all the glowing reviews before booking, but it is always a leap of faith to travel thousands of miles to a new destination. Everything the other guests had written is true, but words can't capture the breathtaking view, the lovely scents and exotic sounds, and the utter tranquility of this place. Do come here, do absorb all the sights and sounds of each dawn and dusk, do relax on the beach club beach (which we had almost exclusively to ourselves in the mornings), do bring light weight clothes (it's hot!), and do luxuriate in the villa pool if no one is renting it:)! We balanced our time between relaxing and fabulous outings. We highly recommend the Osa peninsula zip line tour, the Corcovada National park guided tour with boat ride, and the horseback ride to Nauyaca Falls. LOVED it all!!!!"
    Guest: Jeff H. Date of Stay: February 2016 Review Submitted: February 24, 2016
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  • Wonderful Location!!! BEAUTIFUL VIEW!!!!

    "Just got back from a week in Tamarindo, Costa Rica at the beautiful Diria Condo. There were two couples, and was so nice for each of us to have a master suite! Perfect Location... We could walk Tamarindo Beach, around to Playa Longusta Beach, take the boat across ($1 each way) and walk on Playa Grande Beach (be sure to take water with you and LOTS of sunscreen). The views were just beautiful from the balcony. The sunset photos I took with my cell phone on the beach were just beautiful, though pretty sunset from the balcony. The first morning that the "nature alarm clock" went off I sat up straight in the bed and screamed (and hit my husband awake). Sounded like an old furnace in a horror movie, but ran out to the balcony to see it was the howler monkeys playing in the trees and eating some type of berries off of it. There were around 5 that hung out there each morning (one with a baby that was fun to watch play). They did leave a gift of poop on our lower balcony... LOL!!!! The condo did have everything we needed... Joel even got us an ice chest before we arrived and we used it every day (the Imperial Light is close to taste of Coors Lite and the Lemon Rock is close to Bud Light Lime). Also you can get Cokes, Fanta, bottles of water, milk, etc. at the grocery store (and bags of ice). The worst thing was the 106 steps from the pool/town level, up to the top bedroom. I did thankfully prepare for the trip by going to the local hospital 3 weeks prior and started walking their stairs. Otherwise after the first day there I would not have been able to walk... LOL!!! HINT... DO IT!!! We rented a car from Dollar Car Rental (they picked us up at the airport and shuttled us to their place to pick up the car). Got a 4-wheel drive SUV. As you will read, it is true that a lot of the roads are not paved, dirt, rocks, and we were so thankful for the SUV, but never had to use the 4-wheel drive. We drove to Borinquen and did their 2-in-1 Adventure for $60. 4-wheeler ride (or horses), overlook, waterfalls, and best 12 ziplines in the world! From condo could walk to everything in town. Lots of places to eat. Even went in the casino for 30 minutes and our group won $675!!!! The beach is beautiful, but there is a riptide, so be careful! The Costa Rican people were so nice and we made some new friends who begged us to come back!!! You MUST go visit Costa Rica!!!"
    Guest: Lisa G. Date of Stay: February 2016 Review Submitted: March 11, 2016
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  • Slice of Heaven

    "Our family stayed with Tom & Maria for our first visit to Costa Rica. They were just incredible! Their "slice of heaven" is breathtaking. The "casa" we rented was beautiful with all the comforts of home. The views were gorgeous from every window. The home was warm, cozy and very welcoming. Tom & Maria went above and beyond helping set up our tours and activities in the area. Maria was in essence our private tour guide. Our only regret is that our visit was way too short. We are hoping to get back to that area again and will look no further that Tom & Maria's place to stay. Highly recommended!!"
    Guest: Lauren K. Date of Stay: November 2015 Review Submitted: December 8, 2015
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  • Beautiful house and gorgeous setting

    "We loved the house and the view from the balcony. Beautiful woodwork throughout. The main room is larger than it looks in the photos. We did not see mosquitoes. We had Melanie cook a meal for us and it was delicious. The yoga classes were a real plus. We enjoyed watching the monkeys from the balcony. We took a number of tours and enjoyed the wildlife. We did not rent a car, which limited us a bit. There are no groceries other than the one in Puerto Jimenez, 40 minutes away on a very bumpy road...NONE. For hiking you can walk twenty minutes to the resort Lapo Rios. We took a 2.5 hour waterfall hike there and enjoyed it. You can also just walk up the river from the main road and get to the same waterfall--if you are sure-footed. I did it and it was beautiful. Any water--river or beach-- is public property. 10 meters either side for rivers, I think 50 meters from high tide for the beaches. I'd suggest that any tours you arrange you are clear with the guide exactly what you have in mind. We took the boat tour to the wildlife refuge, and found out halfway through the tour that we weren't going to the refuge because it was closed. Yes, there were other great things on the boat tour--I just wish he had told me and we might have rearranged it. Similarly, let the nature tour guide know if you want a forest hike or bird watching--two very different things. We also did a kayak tour of the mangrove swamp (Aventures Tropicales )and it was great."
    Guest: NatureLover Date of Stay: February 2016 Review Submitted: February 24, 2016
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