Zephyr Palace Luxury Rental Mansion

Garabito, Herradura de Jaco, Jaco, Province of Puntarenas, 12358-1000, Costa Rica | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Garabito, Herradura de Jaco, Jaco.
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    Travel Blogs from Jaco

    Like a Roller Coaster Down the Hills we Travel

    A travel blog entry by gilmer on Feb 17, 2014

    220 photos

    ... I decided to take a night dip in the pool. The pool water is so warm and refreshing that I could not resist its charms.. lol

    Right now, I am on the outdoor patio with Joanne typing away at my blog. The internet service is very slow and limited. I think I will wait until tomorrow before I try to upload more of the pictures.

    Breakfast is included with this hotel so that is a big bonus.

    I will close off for now.. Adios... !!!


    Letters Home Costa Rica 2014

    A travel blog entry by crashvic37 on Feb 16, 2014

    12 photos

    ... a conversation starter. Today I wore my MSU shirt…and it worked. I chatted with a lady from Ottawa, a multi-millionaire from Fort Lauderdale, and a 91 year old gentleman, who didn’t look a day over 70. The lady from Ottawa shared travel stories, the multi-millionaire was sure he’d seen a UFO but unfortunately his video camera batteries were dead, and the 91 year old was enjoying life, without medication, just a baby aspirin every morning, and I inferred a handful ...

    Montezuma and the Nicola peninsula

    A travel blog entry by laurajoel on Aug 01, 2013

    6 photos

    ... weather turned into glorious sunshine! We decided as there wasn't much to do in montezuma to catch a bus to nearby Santa Teresa, which is a growingly popular area with good surfing. We had to catch too buses, one of which we thought was going to tell us to all get off and walk up the hill instead as we have never seen a vehicle struggling so much! People on horses were overtaking us!

    Finding accomodation ...

    One of the natives :)

    A travel blog entry by bobby8614 on Jul 08, 2013

    7 photos

    Up waaaay too early this morning, it felt like I'd only just gone to sleep hehe! Unfortunately the kitchen was locked & I'd bought breakfast for myself as I knew everything would be shut in the morning, so had to make do with some dried papaya wooooo hehe! Luckily the guys in my room were getting the same bus & took pity on me, giving me a granola bar :) Got the bus to Puntarenas, local buses are much cheaper than shuttles - only $3 rather than $45! Coming down the mountain ...

    Snorkeling back in that water if you paid me

    A travel blog entry by andevs81 on Apr 03, 2013

    9 photos

    ... down to the coast and to the port town of Punterenas. From here we caught the ferry and had a 1 hour crossing to the peninsula and then we ware straight on another bus to Montezuma.

    The water in Montezuma isn't that great with apparent pollution from the speedboats. The food is pretty nice and fresh, but if I'm honest, the town seems have a segregated vibe and lacks atmosphere.Tomorrow we head to Santa Theresa in a bid to find a more perfect ...