Villas Tranquilas

Address: Quepos, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | 4 star villa
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This 4 star villa, located in Quepos, is near Iguana Tours, Rancho Savegre, Oceans Unlimited Scuba Diving, and Rancho Los Tucanes.
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      Travel Blogs from Quepos

      Fishing Village to Surfer Town

      A travel blog entry by leomcyr on Aug 26, 2014

      18 photos

      ... rivers emptying into the Pacific. Wherever fresh water enters salt water in Costa Rica there seems to be good fishing.

      We arrived in Jaco with a population of 10,000 that caters to surfers. There is a large Expat community there. We stayed at South Beach Hotel in a very nice room that had direct access to the pool and the beach. The Jaco beach is made up of black volcanic sand which is powdery and difficult ...

      Manuel Antonio National Park

      A travel blog entry by frubia on Jun 16, 2014

      39 photos

      ... around, enjoying the beauty of nature.

      It is true: This park has one of the most impressive landscapes in the world. It is a beautiful combination of white sand beaches, great mountains and forests. There are amazing ocean views.

      The Quepos/Manuel Antonio region is a small corner of Costa Rica. It is the ...

      Costa Rican Honeymoon Part 1

      A travel blog entry by christine-nate on Apr 06, 2014

      19 photos

      ... and coconuts on the public beach. Costa Rica is not nearly as bad as Mexico or Thailand with the beach merchants but it is still present and is a nice breather to be able to avoid the hassling. At this beach were dozens of monkeys, iguana and raccoons. There was a family of monkeys savaging from the tourists and one had half of a burrito in its hands just munching away. The monkeys were not afraid of people and went about there business as if we weren't even there, just a few steps ...

      Day 5: Quepos

      A travel blog entry by misslibbyrn on Feb 07, 2014

      1 comment

      Today we went to Quepos, a small city right next to Manuel Antonio. There are many small shops and fruit, veggie and meat markets. We even saw a few small pick up trucks parked on the side of the road selling fruit right out of the back of the truck. We got a few mangos. The fruit down here is to die for, picked fresh daily and perfectly ripe; nothing like stuff back home. We did a little shopping and then walked ...

      Days 3,4,5

      A travel blog entry by crashvic37 on Feb 13, 2013

      5 photos

      ... a piece of driftwood and began a major excavation project, digging the (spare) tires out of the sand, and carving out a path underneath the frame to exit in reverse. With a push, I jammed Wonder mobile into reverse and sped backward to safety. Crisis averted.

      Fortunately, the trip back to Playa Bejuco was uneventful. The only things left on the to-do-list this day are to drink cold cerveza Imperial, watch another sunset, and lose my wallet. ...