Accommodation, Nicoya Peninsula

Cala Luna

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The luxury resort has spacious, well-appointed rooms and villas and is set amidst tropical gardens close to the town of Tamarindo. The secluded sandy beach of Playa Langosta is just a few steps from the hotel and there is always helpful staff on hand.

The resort has a modern chic style and all of the deluxe rooms and private villas have been thoughtfully and smartly designed. All rooms are air-conditioned and have climate control, a ceiling fan, mini-bar, satellite TV, direct-dial telephone, safety deposit box, desk, seating and a patio with attractive garden views. Each room also has a private bathroom with a modern shower and complimentary bathrobes. The private villas offer a greater volume of space and have a separate living area, two bedrooms and a small private pool.

There is a large swimming pool in the centre of the communal area where a good restaurant, bar and extensive lounge area can also be found. The beach is just a short walk from the lodge and is the perfect spot for a romantic evening watching the sunset. The beach is quite rocky here though and there are strong tides offshore so the swimming is better further along the beach.

The forest around the lodge is frequented by a population of mantled howler monkey that often come to the swimming pool for a drink.

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Cala Luna 10.291041, -85.849903 Cala LunaView

Facilities

Private bathrooms, climate control, ceiling fans, mini-bars, satellite TV, safety deposit box, direct-dial telephone, air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi, restaurant, bar, lounge, swimming pool, laundry service, currency exchange and concierge service.

Local Wildlife

Mantled howler monkeys are a common sight in the forest around the lodge.

Optional Activities

Snorkelling, diving, horse riding and water sports including surfing are all available in the local area.

John Melton

Area Specialist

If you have any questions regarding our Costa Rica tours, please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965

A leatherback turtle laying her eggs on Playa Grande. Scarlet macaws feeding and flying in early morning sunlight. The sight of a male resplendent quetzal in beautiful cloudforest. The song of the black-faced solitaire reverberating through the cloudforest. Seeing green poison-arrow and strawberry poison-dart frogs. First sights of some of the vibrant tanagers and honeycreepers. Sight of great potoo from boat on way to Corcovado. Seeing three-toed sloth and baby at Corcovado.[Some wildlife highlights]

Thoroughly enjoyed whitewater rafting on Sarapiqui despite initial trepidation! Many thanks for suggesting it. Crew were patient, encouraging and great fun. Amazed by the proximity and diversity of the birdlife. We had a thoroughly wonderful and memorable trip – thanks a million!

Ms S - Bristol