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We stayed here for 3 nights, it was probably the best stay during our trip in CR. very nice owners, breakfast was lovely (crêpes!), nice pool. Lots of macaws flying over. Close to PN Carara.
Try to stay more than 1 night, you will love...More
Rancho Capulin is not located near any typical major tourist destination, but is a nice alternative to Jaco while making your way south from the airport to Manuel Antonio. Claudine is a gracious host and makes a very nice breakfast. The guesthouse is very nicely...More
We spent our first night in Costa Rica here, it was easy to find from SJO and it had a beautiful view. Claudine is a lovely person and she also makes a delicious breakfast! Not to be missed! We were very happy with this B&B...More
This tiny spot close to the Crocodile bridge is in deed a very nice place to be.
The welcome by Claudine was very warm and open. The sunset, the silent night and the early breakfast were very nice. We even could observe some couples of...More
We chose this spot to start our vacation on the Pacific Coast because it was less than a 2 hr drive from the San Jose airport. Claudine was very helpful with directions to her lovely home and her son Robin was a huge help with...More
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Hello! It depends what time of day you drive and which route you take. It always takes longer than you think to drive anywhere in Costa Rica. Traffic is heavy in San Jose most of the time; however, it is worst during peak... More
Hello! It depends what time of day you drive and which route you take. It always takes longer than you think to drive anywhere in Costa Rica. Traffic is heavy in San Jose most of the time; however, it is worst during peak hours. I would say that it took us 1-1.5 hours. Good luck!