Casa del Ciebo . . . Jungle to the Ocean - Views!
Offering 270 degree views of the Pacific Ocean, Casa del Ciebo is located at an altitude of 550 feet above sea level. The valley below presents a lush jungle through which flows one of the many local rivers. Behind you, the central mountain range rises to 4,000 feet, all of which is preserved jungle.
Your day includes counting the many different varieties of bird life. Flocks of multi-colored parrots and parakeets will zoom past your deck unannounced all day. Toucans roost in the trees in front of and behind the house. They serenade you all day long! The local turkey buzzards, while you might find them the most attractive, you will find yourself amazed as they demonstrate their aeronautical wonders. You will marvel as they ride the rising air currents for hours without a single flap of their 6 foot wing span.
Ground animals you might see include sloths, kawati, and the famous Howler monkeys.
Hungry? The property features its own mangoes, papaya, bananas, lemons, limes, star fruit, and other local fruits. Just go pick ‘um!
Ready for a hike up a jungle river, or a rappel down a waterfall? The community goes on such excursions several times a week. Zip lines and guided river rides are within 15 miles.
The sun rises at 6:00 AM and sets at 6:00 PM throughout the year. The temperature stays around 80 degrees during the day and 65 degrees at night. The morning brings an uprising breeze all day that then reverses itself as the sun sets. Nature’s air conditioning! Humidity is comfortable at this altitude.
One of the wonders is watching the sun set each evening from either of your two decks.
Want to cool off? Jump in your private pool. The house is so secluded very few people come home with tan lines.
Casa del Ciebo comfortably sleeps six. There are two bedrooms, each with a queen bed. The large couch in the living room which converts into a large double bed sleeps two more. Two full baths and an outdoor shower are wrapped into the house.
Casa del Ciebo is located on the western side of Costa Rica, in the southern end of the country. Follow this link to a map . . . http://tinyurl.com/WhereIsJimAnza
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You get to Casa del Ciebo by flying to Costa Rica’s capital, San Jose. You rent a car and drive about four hours. We will give you all of the details later.
It is rural. There is no night life. It is a chill-out place.
My wife asked me what I had planned for such-and-such day. I told her, “Nothing”. She commented that I did that yesterday. “Yep. I haven’t finished yet.” This is the perfect place for doing that.
Pictures? Yep . . . https://www.dropbox.com/sh/lx6fjexbr6veiwo/qdTNF4A3WT
Want to stay connected? Sure, you can do that. We have Internet for you so you can send and receive email. You can even Facetime with your friends. But, really. Why?