Villa Caletas

Address: 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.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Caletas Jaco

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Jaco

      Surfing, yoga and photography

      A travel blog entry by froda on Apr 04, 2014

      5 photos

      ... with the surfboard. When I got back from the surfing I was dead. So I went straight to bed and this morning, I was unable to get out of bed. I was exhausted so I didn't go to yoga but slept in. We went to a village with my photography class. There were only local people there, no tourist what so ever and we went to this market where we took a lot of photos of people. It was cool! We even so a slaught in a tree. And then it was surfing again, but this time ...

      Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica

      A travel blog entry by sueton on Oct 31, 2013

      ... have accommodated rock and film stars, luckily for us the GI mob had exclusives access for day tours, next was the obligatory shopping stop at a tourist outlet in the country I fib - there was one more stop, we asked Chris if we could go to a local supermarket - and he gladly obliged - we we're enthrall by the variety of goods sold there - everything from fresh meat to car tyres. Back at the dock, there was a local market, so we had time to peruse it before setting sail for ...

      Hit me up

      A travel blog entry by jenifertravels on Apr 13, 2013

      ... authorial overseer. Except maybe his silent, sweet wife, who thwacks fresh lunchtime tortillas into submission for our group's pending almuerzo. That's the thing here, simple living in harmony with life's daily tasks and rhythms is what brings the greatest comfort, and stability. If only the west could learn how to amalgamate into that, it might carve a new way that served to benefit those in the fields as much and hopefully more than the boardroom executives buzzing off the big ...

      Day at sea

      A travel blog entry by monkeypants on Dec 04, 2012


      ... other than staff have these badges and she is wearing it with pride. Another couple at the bar also loved her and her sketcher shoes and wanted to know what her facebook page was. The price of fame eh?
      So on to today.... it is another sea day and of course the weather is gorgeous and in the late 80 degrees. We went another hour forward today so getting closer to UK time again...only 5 hours behind you guys now. Because of this hour forward we missed the ...

      Carara National Park

      A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Feb 23, 2003

      2 photos

      ... start of the first real clearing and White-shouldered Tanagers and Scarlet Macaws were seen along with Ctenosaurs (a large lizard) and Coatis.

      The temperature rose significantly during the morning and we turned back before reaching the end of the trail. We had foolishly taken only a litre of water and we were beginning to feel rather dehydrated by the time we got back to the car.

      The afternoon saw us stopping for a cold drink in the village ...