Villas Rio Mar
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Kids pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
TravelPod Member ReviewsVillas Rio Mar Dominical
Everything was great - the service, the location, the grounds. A perfect family holiday.
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Travel Blogs from Dominical
... have a waterfall in one corner which will be connected to the trench. Outside he has planted a garden for his own use including culinary herbs and eventually medicinal plants will be added. He has plans for an ant farm like we saw at La Quinta, a reception area, parking lot, and gift shop. Cruise ships anchor out in Golfo Dulce and they will be his main source of income. He already has many school groups come, small children up ...
my internship, God grounded me. Literally. I did not leave the farm property for
close to two months. I did not shave, I did not have contact with anyone
outside the farm except the occasional note I would send to my mom or pop, I
did not even put on socks and much less – shoes, for about a month
(‘super-wook’, if you will - haha). It was quite the trip to say the least.
Deep emotional, spiritual, and ...
... Canadian style ass whoopings at billiards to some locals.
The second morning in Dominical saw us arising at a lovely 7am in our spacious 2-person hut for no real reason. We followed this up by grabbing some grub, and then heading out to the surf shop to grab our boards to get some practice in before the waves became too big for us (in hindsight, they were all always too big for us). So we grabbed our boards and headed to the
... the way back to our cabins that yields many photo ops. We are told the population of butterflies is currently down, but they are working on rejuvenating it coming into the rainy season.
I know I speak for the group when I say that time is already moving at an unbelievably quick pace. You blink an eye and half the day is seems to disappear. Before we know it, it’s time to meet for the much anticipated zip-line tour. We gather up at the expedition hut and ...
... get over it (and myself) in time for the 20km hike into the Corcovado National Park.
So enough of my toes, as you can imagine, I was very happy to escape Playa Hermosa. The bus picked us up early and Jan practiced his Spanglish for another couple of hours. We had to stop and race around from one ATM to another to stock up on Colones and US$ as the further south you go the fewer the banks etc and the less it ...