Toilet: Please dispose of all toilet paper and sanitary products in the wastebasket provided.
Laundry: Laundry service is available for 6 mil per load. Cash only please. Please be aware that everything will be washed together as one load.
Room tidy: Housekeeping cards are provided for you, simply hang them outside of your door to communicate whether you prefer service.
Smoking: No smoking is allowed on the property. If you smoke, please step outside of our main gate.
Air Conditioning: please close windows while running the AC unit and turn it off when when leaving your room
Gate: We close our gate each night. If you need to leave, roll the gate open to the left, and close it again when you have returned.
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As is common throughout the country, we may experience occasional loss of power, internet, or water. This is typically short lived. With our back up water tank, flashlights and a little Pura Vida, we’ll have you up and running again in no time.
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The Ojochal waterfall is a great spot with a view and for a few hours of swimming, this waterfall isn’t as popular as some of the others which means you may get the whole thing to yourself on your visit. The water gets deeper the closer you get to the falls, plus it spills into a smaller swimming hole that can be a nice place to soak when the water levels are higher during rainy season.
Cost: The waterfalls are in a private property, they charge around $5 USD per person – cash only. How to get there >
El Pavon Waterfall (Cascada El Pavón) There is no entrance fee to this waterfall. Once you park on the street, there is a short trail that takes you down to the water. You can swim in the pool, some people come with snorkel masks to chase the fish around. There is a small sandy/rocky area where you can sit, have a picnic and chill. To get there you’ll be driving a gravel road up the hill off the main coastal highway, on the left hand side, after about 4 kilometers, you’ll see a small sign that says Cascada El Pavon. How to get there >
Uvita Waterfall The big pull for this waterfall is the swimming spot, the platform downstream that gives a you a good jumping off point, and a bit of a natural waterslide hiding in the rocks right under the falls. In total, you’ll find two swimming pools, one that’s deep and another that’s shallower and perfect for just hanging out.
From the parking area, there’s a well marked trail that will get you to the falls (there’s a handrail to help you out, but having waterproof shoes with decent grip comes in handy). Cost: About $3.0 USD per person – cash only How to get there >
Watch Your Belongings *Please be alert and keep your belongings with you, when visiting any public areas. Do not leave anything visible in your parked vehicle, even if locked.