We lived and worked in Costa Rica for nearly 20 years and have found it to be one of the most remote and natural settings in Costa Rica that tourists will encounter anywhere. The Drake Bay area has an abundance of wildlife, (particularly birds), combined with great accomodations and friendly people make this one of the most spectacular and memorable places to visit.
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This is the best way to explore what National Grographic has called one of the most biodiverse places on earth. Sacrlet Macaws fly overhead daily, whales swim offshore and the world famous Corovado National Park and Isla Cano are just minutes away! With the best amenities in the area, including air conditioning, Casa…
1 guest review
0% of guests would stay again
Left on Jul 10, 2012 for a stay in July 2012
What a shame this owner and property are. We booked four nights and left after two due to multiple difficulties during which we tried repeatedly to contact the Florida-based owner by email and phone and received no communication or assistance. Also no help from Fidel, the local house manager, who knew of our distress, and confusion from the woman at Tico Travel's emergency number on their … See more