Tres Palmas

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  • 6 bedrooms
  • 5 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 20
  • Villa

Bedrooms: 6

Bathrooms: 5

Sleeps: 20

Type: Villa

Tres Palmas

In one of the most biologically diverse areas on earth, there is a paradise that only God could have imagined. The Pacific Ocean stretches out to the horizon. In the distance, one can see the tip of Panama across the Gulfo Dulce. Behind you are hundreds of acres of primary forest teaming with wildlife. Below are magnificent beaches with some of the best fishing and surfing the world has to offer. It's only a short hike down our path.

Built over 500 feet above the sea, Tres Palmas catches the cooling tropical breezes coming from the Gulfo Dulce and Pacific Ocean. The sound of the surf rolling in the distance, scarlet macaws calling to their ...Read more

About the owner

George Artz

  • Response rate 15%
  • Response time More than a week
  • Calendar updated today
  • Overall rating
    5.0 / 5.0 based on 8 reviews

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Tres Palmas
Cabo Matapalo, Puntarenas, Costa Rica

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Additional Location Information

Jutting out from the southern coast of Costa Rica, lies the Osa Peninsula, the country’s wildest and most spectacular region. The peninsula is bordered on the east by the Golfo Dulce and on the west, the Pacific Ocean. It is more remote than other, more developed parts of the country like Quepos, Dominical or Guanacaste. The Osa is accessible by road, an five-hour drive from San Jose along the Pan American highway, or 45 minutes by one of the daily commuter flights. It is more lush and tropical here than in northern Costa Rica with spectacular wildlife, deserted beaches and virgin forests. Living here is for people with a little more pioneer spirit who are looking to co-exist with unspoiled nature. Much of the peninsula is still without electricity and four wheel drive is a necessity here. Many of the foreign owned resort homes and small tourist projects operate on solar power, generator, or hydro-power

For those of us that live here, the Osa is what Costa Rica is all about. Not only in terms of landscape and outdoor adventure, but also the culture and the Costa Rican people.

The Osa’s unique bio-diversity which is made up of eight different habitats including cloud forest and the largest and most exuberant lowland wet tropical forest remaining in all of Pacific Central America.

The Osa’s forests are vegetated by the largest trees in Costa Rica. This is truly a paradise lost, a place where jaguars still roam the jungles, Scarlet Macaws fly freely around the small towns, and monkeys are found in numbers unmatched in all of Costa Rica and most of Central America. Non "mainstream" tourist’s have discovered this previously little known, rugged paradise and come from around the world to experience the "wild side" of Costa Rica. The Osa Peninsula is unquestionably Costa Rica’s best kept secret! A naturalist’s mecca and an outdoor adventurer’s fantasy, Outside Magazine calls it... "The last best peninsula!"

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Beach or lakeside relaxation, Mountain nearby, Warm winter getaways

Getting There

Nearest airport: Puerto Jimenez, 12.99 miles
Nearest ferry port: Boats to and from Golfito, 12.99 miles
Car is not necessary

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