Casa Tres Palmas is located in the handsomely kept, community of Pajaro Azul. The
house is a modest yet spacious retreat in a lush garden setting, conveniently located
between the town of Quepos and Manuel Antonio beaches, restaurants and activities.
The home sleeps 4-6 (2 bedrooms with separate AC, 1 king, 1 queen, 1 double sleep sofa
and a futon in the living room plus a self inflating air mattress for extra guest) and there
are 2 spacious bathrooms with roomy glass block shower areas.
The living-dining-kitchen is a large open area with lots of tall (operable) glass/screened
windows, almond wood cathedral ceiling, air conditioning, ceiling fans and dramatic
Outside, there is a 12x15 pool and a covered outdoor dining area w/ gas grill off of the living room with view of the mountains.
We have a very knowledgeable prperty manager who can assist with your airport transportation, tour arrangements and restaurant recommendations.
- Beaches - (a short drive, convenient bus or taxi from our house) At the south end of
Manuel Antonio there is access to four beach areas. At the entrance to the main strand
there are several 'Sodas' (casual al fresco restaurants) and native souvenir vendors. At
night one of the soda pavilions is a popular outdoor dance club by the main beach. To the
left of the main beach, across the small tidal sandbar you'll find the entrance to the
National Park. In the park there are two more secluded beach areas. To the right of the
main beach (between high tides) is another secluded beach that is gay popular and
clothing optional. Each is a wonderful piece of remote paradise.
- Tours through the Manuel Antonio National Park (opens at 8:30 am, best to see animals
before the heat of day), there is an entry fee (reservations suggested in high season) and
you can hike on your own through the hilly forest, with cliff vistas and more secluded
beaches or guides are available for about $10/hour at the entrance. They have telescopes,
a keen eye and lots of fascinating information.
- Most tour activities require prior reservation and deposit. Most include the taxi or
microbus pick-up at your door and return as well as a meal. Some are cash only. Many
have 'Gay Days.' Be sure to inquire.
- Tour Activities available - Sunset Sailboat Cruise - Delightful. Leaves mid-afternoon
from the dock in Quepos. See the view from the Pacific; snacks, beverages and dinner
included. Stops twice for swimming, snorkeling and maybe some dolphin watching.
Concludes with sunset.
- Other include - Sport Fishing, Jet Ski Tours, Sea Kayaking, Rafting, Horseback Riding
thru the Jungle and Waterfalls, Hang Gliding, ATV Adventures , Snorkeling & Dolphin
Watch, Canopy Tours (zip line through the forest!, includes lunch or dinner), Surf School,
Rainmaker Aerial Walkway (walk over the trees! includes breakfast and lunch), Safari
Mangrove Tours, Alligator River Boat Tours
- Restaurants, Bars, Small Casinos, Clubs and Spas - The food is generally, remarkably
good and not very expensive. Native foods, simply prepared meats and fish and basic
Italian are best. Casual beach attire (shirt, shorts and shoes) is the norm.
- It is the best of both worlds - civilized hospitality in an adventurous jungle paradise.
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My Standard Rate
Feb 1 2014 - Feb 1 2015
1 night minimum stay
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.