Villa Caletas

Jaco, Province of Puntarenas, 12358-1000, Costa Rica | 4 star hotel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla Caletas Jaco

    Reviewed by bot989

    On the edge

    Reviewed Feb 21, 2013
    by (8 reviews) Longwood , United States Flag of United States

    The entire complex is located on the top of a mountian ridge some thirteen hundred above the blue Pacific below. Every night has a beautiful sunset which should be enjoyed while sipping a glass of wine or enjoying a sumptious meal. The rooms are spacious and comfortable the service is second to none. If there are any down sides the first is a lack of water pressure in the shower and changing temperature very minor. Second if you are not a fan of heights the driveway could be a challange but they you would not have the spectacular vistas from every room. This is close to the national park for jungle tours and the beach. A positive thumbs up.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Caletas Jaco

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Jaco

    Day 6 - Extreme Canyoning

    A travel blog entry by marks-travels on Dec 23, 2013

    8 photos

    Wow! We exited the last zip line in the dark, wet, exhausted and famished. The kids and I had just finished up an amazing afternoon adventure of Extreme Canyoning.

    Drew had heard about Extreme Canyoning from a mom in his carpool and we immediately went online to learn more about it and were pleasantly surprised to find Ocean Park Ranch, conveniently located just 15 minutes from Esterillos Oeste, which offered the experience.
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    Hit me up

    A travel blog entry by jenifertravels on Apr 13, 2013

    ... market with various quantities of beans in bags to sell onto local suppliers for hotels, shops or restaurants in and around the region. For a yield of 40kg of average grade coffee beans (bearing in mind Nica coffee is up there with the worlds finest) his mid level, three-time fermented beans reach a price of 35 dollars. No one checks the quality, no one asks for a certificate about how he's grown it and where. He just sells, smiles, pockets the cash and heads home for a ...

    Days 1 & 2

    A travel blog entry by crashvic37 on Feb 10, 2013

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... every Saturday morning, and we’d planned to acquire fresh fruit then and there. I drove our Yaris, an embarrassing car to say the least, on the 45 minute trip to Quepos and we perused the offerings of some 30 vendors. I located a vendor selling white meat pineapple, my favorite, as well as cantaloupe and fresh picked bananas. We then headed to Manuel Antonio for a day on the beach.

    We were greeted by our friend Maryfe, and ...

    Vamos al Isla Tortuga

    A travel blog entry by kimmilew on Jul 07, 2012

    1 comment, 39 photos

    ... better than a really good sunset! When we finally made it back to Puntarenas it was raining again so we quickly ran to our bus so that we could make that awful drive up the mountain back to Monteverde. Eventually we made it home and after a quick chat with my familia Tica, I went to bed! El domingo nosotros fuimos a Common Cup por café, para descansamos, y escribir nuestras blogs. El lunes, nosotros regresamos a escuela para aprender mas y estudiar mucho! Until next time, ...

    Letters Home-Costa Rica-2012 Days 1,2,3

    A travel blog entry by crashvic37 on Feb 13, 2012

    ... as Antonio, a park guide. He directed us to the park office to pay our admittance fee, and Jeff hired him to help up locate wildlife. With telescope in hand, he led us into the jungle. His first statement was, “If we don’t see any Macaws, I will refund your money.” As he was saying this, we all could hear Macaws squawking in the background. It was like chartering a fishing boat, with a guarantee of water.

    Antonio was ...