Cozy, clean and private tropical garden bungalow; close to town and beaches!
About Flora Domenis
Hola! I'm Flora ;) My husband and I moved to Costa Rica in 2012 and have never looked back! We LOVE it here: the lush tropical rainforest is as rainy as Holland where we lived before moving here; it's also as warm as on the West Coast of Africa where I was born; as lush as Kerala in India where I studied for my Yoga and Ayurveda certifications; during dry season the ocean is as cristal clear as the turquoise rivers of the Slovenian rivers where my husband and I both grew up; not to mention the melting pot of cultures expressed amongst our friends and neighbours. Costa Rica has it all! We're curious to hear where it reminds you of... We love Nature, travels, music, everything ethnical and engines and gem stones! But above all sharing the magical alternative lifestyle, of back to simple, back to nature's roots, that this place has to offer. Pura Vida!
Flora Domenis purchased this Bungalow in 2012
Max guests:2 (sleeps up to 2 adults)
100% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 7 days before check-in date.
Formerly known as "Old Harbour" (or "Walaba"), this booming little tourist town is located on the South Caribbean coast of Costa Rica. Its relaxed vibes and breath taking shores make it a sought after destination for surfers, nature lovers, couples, free spirits and mystics. Puerto Viejo offers a unique melting pot of cultures from Afro-Caribbean to Native Indigenous groups such as the Bri Bri, and more recently, a plethora of expats that range from Chinese to Europeans and from North American pensioners to young eco travellers.
The 30km coast line is mainly flat but becomes mountainous just inland as it borders on the Talamanca mountainous range. This geographical location offers the landscape lush primal jungles, plenty of waterfalls and an intriguing network of creeks. The climate here is that of a tropical rainforest so be prepared for some real tropical downpours! Despite climate change, locals still expect dry spells and the "flat ocean" phenomenon (ideal for snorkelling) during certain fixed times of the year (Namely September, October or March through mid May)