Villas del Caribe
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Villas del Caribe Puerto Viejo
Travel Blogs from Puerto Viejo
... Pura Vida, checked in. Raced off rented bikes and headed back to the beach for our lesson.
I can't explain how excited I was for this lesson. Catching real waves and decent size ones at that. We went through the basics on land and our instructor corrected some minor issues. We then headed into the waves and past the ...
... thing. It certainly didn't look like a howler monkey (which are jet black). Then I realised it was a sloth! But Ryan wasn't mistaken, both animals were not too far above us! We'd both never seen a sloth before so that was pretty cool! Today we planned on not doing much. We've had a pretty busy few days. We went for some breakfast around 10am. Today we noticed how expensive Costa Rica is, in comparison to the other countries we've ...
... but then we went to the beach with lots of crowds of people watching fireworks and setting off lanterns. The party here never got that lively and this was the best place in town apparently! So at about 2am we headed to get some street food before going to our room. We were delighted to find a huge plate or rice and beans, chicken and fried plantain. We started the year pretty happy before having a relatively early night. Happy New ...
... They reintroduce the animals slowly back into the wild, but some are blind, hurt beyond repair etc. So they will be lifelong inhabitants. The most exciting for me...a sloth so close you could touch it and a red eye tree frog. 2 hours later the rain had stopped, the sun was trying to make it's presence known and I was feeling peckish! Lazy Mon for lunch, as it is right on the beach and it looked appetizing in many ways! I know this will ...
... of a group of natives who had blocked a bridge: the taxi driver told us with great fervor, and excessive use of expressions that I’m going to censure here, what was going on. We crossed the bridge on foot and hopped on another taxi to the border, where we stood in a queue for a couple of hours in the sun and breathtaking heat first, and then under a tropical downpour, only to receive a couple of other stamps in the passport. After saying goodbye ...