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Next 3 Nights: Luxury Villa with Private Swimming Pool at Cala Luna
Costa Rica Colon $510 to US$1
At the Caletta Lounge we are calling our dishes Muses as our intention is to help you harmonize your dining pleasure with them. We firmly believe that "you are what you eat" so eating responsibly and healthily will give you better mental and physical health. All our Muses have been screened very meticulously to respond to our stringent criteria: All Muses are required to have a Low Carbon Imprint, thus all ingredients are grown in Costa Rica. Even better, most of the vegetables we use daily are grown in Cala Luna's Mandala vegetable garden or in both organic fincas (farms) of the Cala Luna properties. La Caletta is also a superb place to take in a glorious sunset for pre-dinner drinks, enjoy the daily ritual of watching the sun sink low at La Caletta, as you sip on an exotic fresh fruit cocktail while listening to the crash of the evening waves. Cala Moresca restaurant features refined gourmet fusion in a romantic atmosphere of elegance with personalized service. We constantly strive to use locally and organically grown products, hardly use any processed ingredients and only serve fresh fish from artisan fishing. Cala Moresca restaurant is the first in Costa Rica to offer an exclusive sustainable, organic and biodynamic wine list. This way you can harmonize your dining experience by being responsible with our environment. As far as Costa Rican local dishes, for a typical lunch or dinner, visit one of the country's many sodas – small, family-run restaurants with a few tables and big portions – and order a casado. Here, $4 will purchase white rice, black beans, a small cabbage salad, choice of chicken, beef, pork, fish or fried egg, fried plantains and a natural fruit drink. For an afternoon snack, take a gamble on tamales (meat, vegetable, and cornmeal patties boiled or steamed in banana leaf), empanadas (choice of meat or cheese, covered in cornmeal and fried to perfection), gallos (corn or flour tortillas stacked with meat, cheese or beans) or arreglados (small meat-filled sandwiches). For those that crave a little added spice, try encurtido, a vinegar brine made with vegetables and chili peppers, or chilero, a homemade chili sauce made of peppers, onion and other secret ingredients. Drinks Refrescos or jugos naturales are Costa Rica's most ubiquitous cold beverage, gracing the tables of sodas and fine dining establishments alike. These traditional drinks consist of fresh, local fruit mixed with a bit of sugar and either milk or water to create a refreshing, healthy and delicious concoction. Vegetarians will find many options both at the property and the surrounding small towns.
Nestled in Tamarindo, Playa Langosta is just 2 miles away from Tamarindo Town.With an international airport 1 hour away – Liberia Airport ( LIR) and domestic airport just 10 minutes from the hotel – Tamarindo Airport ( TNO) which features a paved landing strip amidst picturesque farm fields. From Costa Rica's main airport, San Jose (SJO), take a 45-minute flight via SANSA www.flysansa.com or NatureAir www.natureair.com to Tamarindo's domestic airport (TNO). Prior to your arrival, please confirm your reservations and inform us of your travel arrangements to ensure an undisturbed trip.Transfers to the hotel can be arranged on request.
Spanish is the local Language but english is spoken fluently by many Ticos as Costa Rican citizens are referred to.
San Jose is the closest major city and the capital of Costa Rica. The property is located near Tamarindo and a short driving distance from Liberia.
The question I hear the most in Tamarindo is: What is going on tonight? So here it is, a full schedule of nightly activities. A lot of fun guaranteed! Please note that this schedule is for high season activities. In the low season a lot of bars and restaurants will be closed or open only a couple of nights per week. MONDAY: - Ladies night at AQUA DISCOTHEQUE Free drinks for the ladies starting @ 10:00pm. Don't miss out! TUESDAY - Open Mike at Hotel Pasatiempo. You play an instrument or want to sing a couple of songs? Jump on the stage with the local bands. Fun guaranteed! - Movie night at Bar1 WEDNESDAY - Ladies night at PACIFICO - Latin night at LA BARRA THURSDAY - $0.25 / ¢100 draft beer and margaritas all night at AQUA DISCOTHEQUE - BAR1 Ladies night FRIDAY - Ladies night at MONKEY BAR at West Western Hotel. Ladies drink for free - After party at AQUA Discotheque with free wine and champagne for the ladies. SATURDAY - Special DJ’s at AQUA DISCOTHEQUE SUNDAY - Bar games at AQUA DISCOTHEQUE The question I hear the most in Tamarindo is: What is going on tonight? So here it is, a full schedule of nightly activities. A lot of fun guaranteed! Please note that this schedule is for high season activities. In the low season a lot of bars and restaurants will be closed or open only a couple of nights per week. MONDAY: - Ladies night at AQUA DISCOTHEQUE Free drinks for the ladies starting @ 10:00pm. Don't miss out! TUESDAY - Open Mike at Hotel Pasatiempo. You play an instrument or want to sing a couple of songs? Jump on the stage with the local bands. Fun guaranteed! - Movie night at Bar1 WEDNESDAY - Ladies night at PACIFICO - Latin night at LA BARRA THURSDAY - $0.25 / ¢100 draft beer and margaritas all night at AQUA DISCOTHEQUE - BAR1 Ladies night FRIDAY - Ladies night at MONKEY BAR at West Western Hotel. Ladies drink for free - After party at AQUA Discotheque with free wine and champagne for the ladies. SATURDAY - Special DJ’s at AQUA DISCOTHEQUE SUNDAY - Bar games at AQUA DISCOTHEQUE As always, we recommend you talk to the locals and the hotel staff as they will be able to guide you to the current hotspots and events.
For all trips: • Binoculars • Camera or video camera with case for protection against humidity and rain • Plenty of film • Sun block lotion • Sunglasses with a strap • Swimming trunks • Broad-brimmed hat or cap • Insect repellent • Personal toiletries and medications • Photocopy of your passport • Reading material If you are heading for the jungle do not leave without: • Lightweight, light colored, long cotton pants • Long sleeved, light colored cotton shirts • Absorbent socks • Ankle-high hiking boots • Sneakers • Sandals • A powerful flashlight with batteries • A water bottle or canteen • Rain suit or poncho
Cala Luna is surrounded by natural beauty and activities. Scuba diving, snorkeling, amazing deep sea fishing and a turtle nesting safari are available from the property. In addition you can experience all the local activities nearby such as canopy tours, ATV tours, white water rafting, river tubing, jungle treks to amazing waterfalls, birdwatching, jungle boat safaris as well as a trip to the Arenal Volcano, Rincon de la Vieja National Park or even the Monteverde Cloud Forest.
Standard time zone: UTC/GMT -6 hours
This is the current list of countries that do not require a visa to enter Costa Rica: Andorra, Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Latvia, Monaco, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Panama, Puerto Rico, Portugal, Paraguay, Romania, Sweden, Slovenia, Trinidad and Tobago, United States, Uruguay It is important to note that Visa and Passport requirements change constantly. It is always recommended that you check directly with the Costa Rica Consulate or Embassy in your country of citizenship to get the most up to date and current list of requirements for your visit to Costa Rica. As an added note, always make copies of the photo page of your passport, and visa page (if you have one) and keep those in your luggage or carry on separate from your actual passport. If you don’t need a visa, make a copy of the page where you receive the tourist visa stamp upon arrival and carry that around. Copies are just as valid within the country as the real thing. Also, this way if your passport is lost or stolen you will have an easier time getting an emergency replacement.
From November through April, the season is warm, and receives less than 45 centimeters (18 inches) of rain, maintaining with the tropical climate. Cool winds are welcomed from the northern latitudes cooling down the province December through February. If you want a beautiful view of tropical and exotic plants in full bloom, the perfect time is during the rainy season from May through October.
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