Carara National Park Jungle Tour - Amatierra

Carara National Park is a birdwatcher’s paradise on the Central Pacific Coast of Costa Rica in the middle of the dry forest in the north and the tropical rainforest in the south. It is well-known for the endangered scarlet macaw population that can be found living within the tropical forest and other tropical birds

A 5,242-hectare park, the Carara National Park has an amazing diversity of flora and fauna, making it a must visit place if you are in the area. Named after the Huetar word for crocodile, this national park is home to several ecosystems such as marshlands, lagoons, and gallery forests. With a fantastic array of wildlife on display, visiting this park makes for a great family trip. Monkeys, crocodiles, armadillos, peccaries, waterfowls, opossums, sloths, boas, coati, kinkajou, tayra, margay cats, jaguars, white tail deer and ocelots can be found here, as well as a wide assortment of birds and other reptiles and amphibians

Manuel Antonio National Park

Along the central pacific coast in the North Puntarenas area of Puntarenas Province sits a Costa Rican paradise known as Manuel Antonio National Park. Its land area consists of 682 hectares (approximately 7,000 acres); however, it also has an additional 55,000 hectares (136,000 acres) of marine park. It is one of the smallest and most popular national parks in Costa Rica. Visitors to Manuel Antonio can enjoy a relaxing day on one of four pristine beaches or take a hike through the vibrant, green rainforest. From tide pools alive with crustaceans to endangered monkey species to stunning scenic vistas, Manuel Antonio National Park is a spectacular vacation destination.

Villa Caletas

A Hotel, Spa and Restaurant Located roughly 10 minutes from Casa Chuchuitos & at 1000 feet above sea level, Villa Caletas is the perfect place for an upscale dinner or sundowners sitting in the amphitheater where sunset is the main attraction.

Playa Jaco

Located just about 5 miles away, Playa Jaco. Jaco has been the focal point of the Central Pacific Coast for a couple of decades; it is a Costa Rica tourism hotspot. The small Costa Rica town and beach lures surfers, beach lovers, party goers and those who seek a swim/surf/shopping/nightlife combination. Playa Jaco is the closest beach to San Jose in the province of Puntarenas. It has an incredible choice of restaurants, hotels, restaurants, lounges and clubs, and some of the greatest waves in the country. Near Jaco you can find other popular Costa Rica beaches including Playa Hermosa and Herradura and you can enjoy tour like ATV, horseback riding and more!

Bijagual WaterFall

Just 25 min north of herradura The roar of the Bijagual waterfall berates the canyon walls and reverberates throughout the valley below. The sound grows and sinks behind the great stone walls of the mountain as you descend mossy, stone steps through the rainforest. From the viewpoint, you can see only a sliver of the 600-foot waterfall – one of the tallest in Costa Rica – where it spills over the side of the mountain plunging to the valley below.

Nauyaca Waterfalls

These majestic waterfalls are one of the main attractions of the southern region in Costa Rica, not only for their natural scenic beauty, which offers the tourist moments of recreation and fun, but also to participate in different activities such as horseback riding tours, swimming, climbing, jumping and to observe much of the beauty of the tropical rainforest, among others.

Nauyaca Waterfalls is the ideal place, not only for those in search of tranquility and nature, but also for adventure and excitement lovers.

Los Suenos Marina, Spa & Golf Resort

Located Just 3 Miles for Casa Chuchuitos, At Los Suenos you will find upscale restaurants and shopping.

A World Class Golf Course Nestled along an exotic rainforest and an awe-inspiring ocean, La Iguana Golf championship course offers players a challenging layout and a beautiful backdrop. The 18 hole par 72 golf course rating, recognized as the best golf course in Costa Rica.

At the Marina you will have access to charter offshore fishing trips and Catamaran tours to Tortuga Island.

Armonía Vital Clínca Dental

Dental Vacation? Dental tourism refers to traveling to a different country for dental care. It is a subset of the medical tourism sector. People will travel a long way for different dental procedures such as cosmetic dentistry, dental implants, bridges, crowns, teeth whitening, and veneers.

Personal Friends of ours Pilar and Carolina offer full service Dentistry, from the typical check up and cleaning visit to a full on Smile Reconstruction. Located just minutes from the house.

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Local Tour Guide

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The Crocodile Bridge

As you are driving toward the Costa Rica Central Pacific, make sure to stop by the Tarcoles River Bridge and look at some gigantic Costa Rica crocodiles! The Tarcoles River is a famous river in Costa Rica. because as you drive over the Tarcoles Bridge, you can look down and see at least a dozen impressive crocodiles sunbathing below. The river is situated running toward the Pacific coast. It spans 111 kilometers before reaching the final destination.

The Tarcoles Wildlife
The Tarcoles River is teaming with Crocodiles some reaching sizes of three to four meters long or (12 feet). These beasts are not to be messed with! But visiting the bridge is a great way to see them safely. Other animals in the river include a variety of bird species, Caiman, Basilisk and large iguanas. Close by in the Carara Biological Reserve you will find a much larger amount of wildlife. Some examples include Monkeys, Sloths, Scarlet Macaws, and more.

Playa Hermosa
A Surfers Paradise

Located just 10 minutes from Casa Chuchuitos. Playa Hermosa in Puntarenas is a true surfer’s haven, with much of the local business centered around its surfing. If you have any questions about the best spots and times to take out your board, do not hesitate to inquire with some of the friendly locals. Many will happily impart the secrets of the area. If you want to avoid crowds, then plan your surf day to be in Playa Hermosa during the week. The weekends get much more crowded as locals and tourists alike head out to ride the waves.

El Miro Mountain

A hike up El Miro is one of our favorite ways to start the day. A short 20 minute walk up to the “Ruins of Jaco”, El Miro is an old mansion with white arches, pillars, spectacular wall paintings and jaw-dropping graffiti. As if all this wasn’t enough it also sports a breath-taking panoramic view of the Playa Jaco. The Entrance to Miro is Just across highway 34 (Coastal Highway) from the Delta Gas Station at the southern edge of Jaco.