How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Rancho Pacifico Uvita
Travel Blogs from Uvita
... before I knew it I was off to visit my brother Scott in Oklahoma. My visits with him are always great as he and his partner are very open hearted and kind people. They always make me feel at home, even with me coming into a sick household this time around! Ha...yes...I got sick too.
But time moves quickly, and my bouncing around is coming to an end. I long to be grounded in one spot for while. I know Bali will be life changing and I ...
... Rancho Pacifica. Robert spotted a violaceous trogan checking out a hole in a tree. Sat and waited to see if it would return but did not.
Did our packing for our onward journey to Puerto Jimenez tomorrow and peeled and boiled the shrimp we had bought and fixed a large "clean out the refrigerator" salad to go along with them.
Sat at bar, looked at bird pictures, visited and called it an early evening because 8:30 shuttle pickup.
... in San Jose around 6:45 and immediately hopped into a cab to get to national rent a car. Upon our arrive the location was closed and we immediately panicked. The cab driver was so helpful and kind, he called the airport location and had our reservation switched. When we arrived at the airport location the car was ready to go! We hopped in and started cruising highway 27 to Uvita! We arrived in Uvita around midnight to score the VERY LAST 4 wristbands of the festival! ...
... been to 17 countries. Her boyfriend thinks it’s a great idea (he is a car mechanic) and hopes to join her in a few years after they get married. She has 2 grandchildren and only one kidney.
I mention all this because I have found that some folks, particularly solo travelers, if given any encouragement (like saying “hola”) will tell you way too much information about themselves. This always strikes me as odd. Especially the fact ...
... was also our first encounter with coconuts, machetes, and fire ants. While we were waiting, Cameron and Max decided that they wanted a coconut. Of course, Tim just happened to have a machete in his car (this seemed to be a common Costa Rican occurrence) to cut into the coconut. While he was getting a coconut, he was attacked by fire ants. These are nasty little creatures that a couple members of our group got to encounter throughout the week.