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Enjoy famous Costa Rican coffee in the greatroom while watching the Mono Titi monkeys leap from tree to tree. Native crafted mats and bamboo create a magnificent 15-foot ceiling supported by hardwood columns and hand carved stone supports.
The 6 ceiling fans in this lofty airy space create a cooling breeze day and night. The room is open on the sides and affords the spectacular views that make this house so special.
There are four air-conditioned bedrooms each with a view-oriented bath and breathtaking views.
There are two master suites in this 3,700 square feet vacation house. Both have king sized beds, large terraces and baths with Jacuzzi tub and stone showers with multiple jets.
The other two bedrooms have queen beds and equally beautiful views. All the bathrooms feature hand-carved stone or glazed earthenware bowl sinks.
Details include custom tile and stonework, exotic woods, tropical landscaped gardens and fountains. The art has been carefully chosen from around the world to create this unique blend of luxury and tropical ambiance.
A large balcony surrounds the 25-foot private pool overlooking the ocean. Two tile chaise lounges are submerged in shallow water to enjoy while gazing at the condors soaring below you.
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- Ocean Views
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Located 120 miles (192 km) from San Jose on the Pacific coast, Manuel Antonio National Park is internationally recognized as being one of the most biodiverse parks on the planet. Lush tropical forests, lagoons, mangroves and pristine white sandy beaches make up one of the most diverse ecosystems imaginable. Among the 109 species of mammals and 184 species of birds, some of the frequently viewed residents include white-faced and howler monkeys, two and three toed sloths and iguanas. The endangered squirrel monkey calls the park home as well.
The park contains a great system of well marked trails to allow visitors to explore (maps may be purchased at the park entrance). The four beaches in the park, Espadilla Sur, Manuel Antonio, Escondito and Playita, are some of the best in the country. Espadilla Sur and Manuel Antonio offer very good snorkeling when the water is clear, which is best during the dry season. At 236 feet (72 m) high, Cathedral Point lies between Playa Espadilla Sur and Playa Manuel Antonio. It is connected to the mainland by a narrow land bridge and if you&re up for the hike, provides a memorable view. Playa Manuel Antonio offers a glimpse into the past with pre-Columbian turtle traps made of stone. Surfing, swimming or just relaxing under the sun are favorite activities for park goers.
Manuel Antonio National Park is open Tuesday through Sunday from 7:30 am to 4 pm. Regulations have been in effect to limit the amount of visitors to 600 on weekdays and 800 on weekends and holidays. To avoid large crowds, early morning from May to November may be the best time to experience the park. Peak months are from December to April. The entrance fee is $6 and free for children 12 and under. Petty theft is common around the park so be sure not to leave your possessions unguarded.