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Ojochal Long Term Villa Rentals(3)

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Recent Ojochal Reviews

Peaceful Mountain Jungle Wildlife Sunset vacation

5 of 5
This is our second trip to Costa Rica and to this house- once just wasn't enough after experiencing the most relaxing vacation with unbeatable views, wildlife at your doorstep, an impeccably designed, built and furnished home. The pictures of the house are right on, if not even understating how amazing it is in person. The new palapa is great for morning coffee and bird watching, a great addition to an already ideal spot! The pool is unbeatable, it is hard to imagine a reason to leave the house, but if you do, you won't regret it. The beaches are great, ventanas and Leonora beach club, amazing restaurants (citrus & exotica) and plenty of activities if you want them (Corcovado rainforest tour, OSA zip lining, horse rides). Did I mention the daily toucans & howler monkeys at the house and the ocelot we saw tonight on our way home from dinner? Amazing! The year rounders here on the mountain, the Hamilton's, are great should you need anything, and the owners are also great! Renting a car locally is a must, a rugged manual preferably, and getting here from San Jose is a decent trek (hire a driver!) but it is all so worth it! Hopefully this won't be our last visit to this magical hidden gem in a still un-touristy part of CR!
  • Submitted: Apr 21, 2014
  • Stayed: Apr 2014

Jungle Paradise

5 of 5
Even the 'locals' call this place paradise. Apart from the challenging four wheel drive up the rough road, our experience was anything but "roughing it". Pearched on the side of the mountain this luxurious villa delivers every promise made. Being able to share the jungle home of so many creatures and in so much comfort is quite unique. Add to this the peace and majesty of altitiude together with an astonishing panaramic view makes one feel unrealistically isolated. However, peppered around the same mountainside is a fraternity of similar oases, so that one never needs to be alone. A quick descent in the 4WD brings one back into the hustle and bustle of civilization. Plenty of small good restaurants to savour the healthy fresh fish and fruits whilst enjyoing the friendly,courteous Costa Rican manner. My wife and I ( both seniors) found the experience as one of the nicest in our travels.
  • Submitted: May 9, 2012
  • Stayed: Apr 2012