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Casa de montaña en el Parque Nacional Carara
10 huéspedes
2 dormitorios
12 camas
3 baños
10 huéspedes
2 dormitorios
12 camas
3 baños
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Máximo permitido de huéspedes: 10. Los bebés no suman en el recuento.
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95% de las cosas que vas a ver, será en una escala de color verde. SELVA.
Tenemos una casa en un pueblo llamado Sur, que está en la frontera con el Parque Nacional Carara! Así se puede ir andando en 5 min.
El río es de 400 metros, el agua pura y fría de una montaña, donde se puede ir a refrescarse y ser uno con la vida.
Recorrido de las Aves: Uno de los famosos atractivos, más de 50 especies alrededor. No va a ser todo el día, con o sin guías.
Perfecto para olvidarse de la ciudad.


Lugares para dormir
Dormitorio 1
1 cama matrimonial, 5 camas individuales
Dormitorio 2
5 camas individuales

Servicios

Precios
Personas adicionales $13 / noche después del primer huésped
Tarifa de limpieza $10
Descuento por semana: 12%
Precio por fin de semana $50 / noche
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Cancela hasta 5 días antes de tu viaje y recibe un reembolso completo. Cancela en los 5 días previos a tu viaje y no se te reembolsará la primera noche, pero sí el 50 % del costo del resto de las noches.


Funciones de seguridad
Detector de humo
Botiquín
Extintor de incendios

Disponibilidad
Estancia mínima de 1 noche

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Perfil de usuario de Kimberly & TonyaKimberly & Tonya es SuperAnfitrión.
Mayo de 2017
We LOVED our stay here! What a great place. It's about an hour off the main road between Tarcoles and Manuel Antonio, right at El Sur, a tiny village inland which does not see many tourists at all. You cannot go the way G Maps tells you, you have to stay on 320 all the way down until you can take a left onto 319 and then up past Macaw lodge and eventually you will find El Sur (where it says the Albergue Ecoturitco on Maps). You should have a 4WD. The listing made me think that you would be able to get a park entrance near there, but there is no park entrance, and no trails that we were ever able to uncover (although you can hire a local guy Mario to take you somewhere with machete), but really you can just walk the really bad dirt roads and the views are incredible and the bird watching is crazy, and I'm not even a bird watcher person. Parrots and toucans and hummingbirds galore. My husband was even invited to play in the pickup soccer game. We had a couple meals prepared locally and one was brought to the lodge and another we ate at the pulperia, both were great. This looks way better than in the pictures and we all agreed we could stay a week. Would love to return. Oh, I don't know who Daniel is but the locals we all met were super nice and helpful. There is a very small store in town, we regret that we did not realize the guy makes ceviche in the back. Next time we will try it. Happy travels!

Perfil de usuario de Yasmina
Marzo de 2017
Really cool and clean place. The room is actually a dormitory with 20 beds and a bathroom. We were alone in the place, so it was all right, but I'm not sure if they rent for multiple people at once or not. There is also 2 showers and 2 other bathroom that you can access just outside the dorm. Daniel was not there. For what I understood, he is never on premise, just taking care of internet reservations. The guy who welcome us is called Mario. It looks like he was working there taking care of the beautiful garden and of the buildings. We had breakfast cooked by a lady (mario's wife?). It was delicious. After booking, you will get the coordinates from Airbnb. Don't use it, you'll get lost like we did. Wait for Daniel to send you the right ones.

Perfil de usuario de Nellygalgos
Marzo de 2017
logement idéal pour backpackers , en pleine nature . le logement était très propre et les propriétaires très gentils .Le chemin pour arriver necessite un 4x4 . Bien que le gite soit à 5 minutes à pied du par Carara , l'entrée publique du parc Carara se trouve à 40 minutes de voiture

Perfil de usuario de Alan
Marzo de 2017
For those who want to live in a rain forest community, this is perfect. To live in a small community of wonderful people who go out of their way to make your visit fulfilling. We arranged to go bird watching with Mario. He pointed out birds that we did not see at first. By prior arrangement, there is also horseback riding to a waterfall near the abandoned town Zagatales, hiking into Carara National Park, and special donation arrangements can be made with local residents to learn how to make cheese, chocolate, cocoa and/or sugar cane. Dining on typical TICO foods for lunch or dinner can also be arranged with local families. There is a soccer field for evening play with the locals, a shallow river to cool off in below the Mountain Lodge and a hammock to just relax. Dependable 24/7 Wifi at present requires walking a short distance to the local store. The accommodations are dorm-like with room for up to 20 people. 3-4 bathrooms and two showers are available. No hot water when we visited, but the shower was refreshing. More persons can accommodated in another building with advanced notice for larger groups. Key is to get the right directions to El Sur. Use the directions for the Macaw Lodge. We went the wrong road, down steep inclines and across 3 streams in a 2WD rental. Unsafe. Go the right way and you do not need a 4WD. Great time, great people, beautiful natural surroundings and good, comfortable accommodations. We will return for a longer visit. See Henry your host for the key at the local store.

Perfil de usuario de Emma
Febrero de 2017
This place and its surroundings were even more beautiful than I expected! I highly recommend visiting this area. Walking up the river just down the path from the house was one of my favourite experiences in Costa Rica. The place itself is huge and it's like having a resort to yourself in the middle of no where. Daniel was very flexible, as we arrived much later then we had originally planned, and brought three extra people on short notice. Something to note though is that the drive there is quite difficult. Good driving skills are a must, a 4x4 is recommended, and if at all possible, do the drive during the day. There is not wifi at the place exactly, but there's spotty wifi at the store/restaurant just down the path. Breakfast was not included and the stove did not work, so plan ahead with food. Overall, I recommend staying here! Just plan ahead for the drive, wifi situation, and food.

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