Tropical Glamping Getaway with Ocean Views in Cabo Matapalo, Costa RicaMatapalo, Puntarenas (Costa Rica)
Tropical Glamping Getaway with Ocean Views in Cabo Matapalo, Costa Rica
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- Private Barbecue
- Private pool
During the day, glampers can sway on the hammocks, take a refreshing dip in the private pool, or walk down to the nearby beach. When hunger strikes, there is a shared outdoor kitchen with everything needed to enjoy a rustic cooking experience in nature. Furthermore, there is Wi-Fi for glampers to stay connected and an amazing outdoor living area with a dining table for romantic meals at sunset.
- 1 Queen-size bed
- Hot water
- Linens and pillows
- Mosquito net
- Private Outdoor pool
- Private Barbecue
- Outdoor furniture
Additionally, there is a private dipping pool and beautiful views of the ocean and jungle. For cooking, there is a shared outdoor kitchen that comes with gas burners and a wood-fueled brick oven.
Location + Surroundings
- National Park
Local attractions in the area include numerous surf beaches such as Playa Pavones and Pan Dulce Beach, as well as Corcovado National Park, Golfo Dulce, and Isla del Cano. Juan Santamaria International Airport is about 128 miles away in San Jose, making this spot the ideal escape into nature.
- Swimming on-site
- Water sports
This unique glamping getaway is nestled on the outermost point of the Osa Peninsula in southern Costa Rica and offers a one-of-a-kind experience in a tropical paradise. The getaway offers amazing views of the jungle and the ocean and is a short walk from the beach. For the surfers, the beaches usher in strong swells which are ideal for the more seasoned surfer, while those in search of calmer breaks can head to Pan Dulce beach to practice.
Probably one of the most astounding attractions nearby is the Corcovado National Park, considered one of the world’s most biodiverse regions. Home to wildlife such as scarlet macaws, squirrel monkeys, and jaguars, glampers can traverse the network of hiking trails in hopes to spot some of the residents along the way. Furthermore, glampers can explore the Pacific Ocean just off Drake Bay on Isla del Cano. The island is a marine reserve and provides plenty of opportunities for snorkeling and scuba diving.
Additionally, this beautiful region of Costa Rica offers ample fishing opportunities in the Golfo Dulce, as well as horseback riding along the beach, water rafting, kayaking, and swimming.
Pets and smoking are not permitted.
Additional fees and taxes may apply upon booking and are subject to change.