The Space"Come Alive in the Jungle" in your very own jungle retreat over looking the Pacific ocean. The ideal venue for adventurous, independent & easy going travelers!
Built in 2011, 'Casa Tres Monos' is a cozy, turn key, rustic jungle retreat. Situated within a gated setting, offering amazing surroundings with stunning ocean & jungle views for 'renewed living'! That's right, just bring your tooth brush & clothing, everything you need is here down to the last detail. Daily maid service and internet is included.
In the classic sense of 'Pura Vida' living, Casa Tres Monos is constructed of purely sustainable wood harvested from certified plantations. All care has gone into both layout and orientation on our beautiful 6 acre compound to provide true comfort. Enjoy amazing ocean views from your outdoor deck and dining area at an elevation of 700 ft. You will need a 4x4 vehicle to get here.
Accommodations include, a 1st floor bedroom with queen pillow top spring mattress bed and walk in closet. Take a hot shower in your en suite bathroom after a hike in the jungle in your fully appointed rain shower. Your 'open concept' tree house living area awaits you on the 2nd floor. Two full size convertible sofas comfortably sleeps 2 additional guests. To complete that 'tree house' feeling, a single bed awaits you in our loft with 'ladder access', giving you that 'birds eye view' of the jungle! Whole cabin is cooled via cieling fans & great cross ventilation. At 700 ft. our nights are relatively cool here year round. A fully appointed galley kitchen with range, oven, refrigerator, rice cooker, coffee pot, toaster and ample counter space to whip up your favorite 'jungle cuisine'. To top it off, end your day in 'the most amazing walk-in jungle rain shower in the 2nd full bathroom. Internet Service is included. 3G service is provided through Kolbi, via a USP plug-in data card for your laptop and some notebooks. Video chat functions well, streaming downloads may not work.
Take it outdoors! This is where the 'passion' begins in your landscaped garden ( complete with caretaker ) with tropical fruit orchard overlooking the Pacific. Expansive views of the jungle, valley and ocean will mesmerize your senses while hummingbirds & Tucans circle overhead. While relatively new, our garden is a work in progress at just 5years old!
Emmerse yourself in 'classic jungle living' in every sense. Begin your day, not with the sound of roosters but our howler monkeys right outside your bedroom window! You will be sharing the jungle with Howler & Capuchin monkeys, Tucans, Cusingas, Sloths, Pizotes, Picarres, Morpho butterflies, Iguanas and Dart frogs just to name a few! The most amazing unspoiled beach awaits you and is just a quick 10 minute trek down the hill in your 4x4.
Casa Tres Monos overlooks the largest marine park in Central America, Parque Nationale Marino Ballena. Each year, from early August to late October, this world class marine park is internationally recognized as a 'principal breeding ground' for whales & dolphins. In addition, Ballena is host to the annual breeding of thousands of turtles.
The southern zone is also host to a bounty of amazing adventure for all to enjoy. There is something here for everyone! From world class sport fishing to world class surfing, white water rafting, zip lines, mountain biking, kayaking, whale watching, 4x4 ATV's, bird watching, hiking for the novice and the pro, horseback riding in the mountains or on the beach, waterfalls to explore and so much more! Boredom?? None of that here! Everyday is Your's to Seize!! For further inquiries regarding daily excursions and tours, please contact Sonia at the "Uvita Information Center". Sonia may be reached at (EMAIL HIDDEN)
The views shall take your breath away! Imagine 360 degree views of not only the Pacific but all that comes with it. Isla Ballena, Isla Tres Hermanas, Cano Island, the Osa Penninsula & the El Tigre Mountain & Valley shall be front and center each and every day. Yes! Important that we stress, you will need a 4x4 vehicle to get to Casa Tres Monos. Sonia will be happy to accommodate your rental car reservation. 4x4 is the most common mode of transportation on the coast!
"There's no place like home! There's No place like Casa Tres Monos - Costa Rica!" Come and Explore the 'Pura Vida Lifestyle', We look forward to your inquiry! Interaction with GuestsJaguar Management is your on-sight service provider. Chris, Tom or Andres will be available to assist you with your in-country needs. The NeighborhoodCasa Tres Monos is located in the community of Brisas Del Mar. The 28 lot community has only five homes, maintaining it rural jungle charm. Located behind a locked gate, the community has good roads and is maintained by a full time gardner. Lots in the community are available for purchase. Contact a local realtor for price information. Getting AroundReprint of an article from Costa Rica Today
Driving here will teach you patience
Driving in Costa Rica requires more patience and street smarts than elsewhere. In addition, roads and bridges are not always in perfect shape.
Still, a visitor or potential expat will find many welcoming and helpful Costa Ricans throughout the land.
The virtue of patience is important because certain rules and traditions can turn a dented fender into a massive
traffic jam. The rule here is that motorists must leave their damaged vehicle in the exact spot where the accident took place. Never mind that the slightly damaged vehicles block a key highway at the peak of Friday's rush hour.
That rule is in place so that accident investigators can accurately assess blame. The state insurance agency has crews of investigators working 24 hours a day. Still, one may take hours to arrive at the latest scene.
So two lanes of a major artery can be reduced to a single file of vehicles crawling around a crash site. Exchanging telephone numbers in anticipation of a later settlement of damages is unacceptable here.
Visitors and expats should not travel at night unless absolutely necessary. Many surprises lurk on the roadways. Highway designers do not have new arrivals in mind. Then there are the drunks and the crazy motorcycle drivers. A high percentage of serious accidents happen at night.pot hols
Naturally the road signs are in Spanish, but that is not a big problem. Usually the problem is the absence of road signs. San José, for example, is not very friendly to tourists. If a driver does not know the route, the city can resemble a maze.
A good practice is to make extensive use of taxis in the capital if only to learn the routes. The major street called the Paseo de la Vaca got that name because it was designed by cows coming home at night from pasture. Traffic officials also love one-way streets, which can be a pain if a motorist is not going that way.
Even in daylight, driving can be dicey. One recent major tragedy took place because a tourist swerved to avoid a hole in the pavement of a bridge. The tourist and his wife were unharmed but nearby vehicles collided, and one was a gasoline tanker.
A pair of tourists last week were surprised to find workers digging ditches across the gravel road from their jungle hotel. This was drainage work, but there were no alternate routes or provision to get vehicles across the open ditch. Time for another cup of coffee.
Motorist must expect the unexpected at all times. Among the most unexpected is the way gentle, helpful Costa Ricans turn into raving maniacs behind the wheel. Some psychologist link this to exercises in personal freedom in a restrictive society. Then there are the taxi and bus drivers.
For a time, new arrivals in rental cars were targets of crooks. The trick was to puncture the tires of vehicles. Some claim that this might have been inside jobs at some rental agencies. The tire would go flat on the route from the airport pickup to the hotel, and crooks would arrive to help. What might follow could be a simple theft of luggage to a full-scale stickup.
Although there have been fewer reports of this type of crime after police agencies began stressing prevention, the best bet is to drive on the flat tire to some secure spot, such as the guarded parking area of a nearby hotel. The rental agency might collect for the tire and rim, but that is preferable to the alternative.
A punctured tire also is possible at the local gas station when a motorist pulls up in a rental vehicle or perhaps one loaded with luggage. Someone must be with the vehicle at all times.
Tourists know that their foreign driver's license is respected here. The squeeze comes when they chose to move here.
Other Things to NoteFeel secure when you are out exploring the southern coast. We have just added a motion sensor full house security alarm system. Turn on and off from your key fob.