Lovely rustic one bedroom cabina in Cabuya

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  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 2
  • Cabin

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 2

Type: Cabin

Lovely rustic one bedroom cabina in Cabuya

This one bedroom cabin is made of locally sourced teak and bamboo and is the perfect location for one or two people. The cabin is open downstairs with a hammock, area to relax and closed bathroom downstairs. The bedroom opens onto the balcony upstairs. The cabin in situated in the quaint fishing village of Cabuya which is at the southern tip of the Nicoya Peninsula, 7km from Montezuma and 7km from Mal Pais.

There is a bus service that runs between Montezuma and Cabuya several during the day. (up to 4pm) Cabuya is best known for great fishing, friendly locals, turquoise waters for snorkeling and as the home of the first nature reserve in Costa ...Read more

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Lovely rustic one bedroom cabina in Cabuya
Cabuya, Puntarenas, Costa Rica

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Cabuya town is situated at the tip of the Nicoya Peninsula and is the entrance to Cabo Blanco Reserve, which was the first nature reserve in Costa Rica. Cabuya is a quaint fishing village that is lesser known than it’s more developed neighbours, Montezuma and Mal Pais/Santa Theresa. The three towns create a triangle on the peninsula with Cabuya ideally situated just 7km from Montezuma and 10km from Mal Pais.

Cabuya is less well known than the other areas and this has enabled it to retain it’s Tico charm and tropical way of life.

Nature in Cabuya

Cabo Blanco Reserve

Cabuya is the gateway to Cabo Blanco Reserve, which is famous as being the first nature reserve in the country. The park protects the wildlife and fauna in the area. Of course for the animals there is no barrier between the park and the surrounding area and many of the animals you would see on a nature walk, can be seen every day around the village.

Cabuya Island Cemetery

This island which is accessible by foot at low tide has been a burial grown since pre-Columbian times. It is still a functioning cemetery to this day and beautiful light processions to the island are formed for funerals. The island is formed of volcanic rock and is surrounded by a reef which provides a home to a bounty of sealife.The reef around the island is possibly the best snorkelling spot on the peninsula, as it’s torquoise waters and tranquil location allow you to dive undisturbed by other tourists. Something that is impossible to experience further along the coast by Montezuma and on the popular destination or Tortuga Island.

More About This Location

Beach or lakeside relaxation, Rural retreats, Warm winter getaways

Getting There

Nearest ferry port: paquera, 60 miles
Nearest airport: Tambor, 40 miles
Car is not necessary



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