About Costa Rica
Costa Rica, which translates to the Rich Coast, provides much of the world’s bananas, coffee, and pineapples. With only 0.1% of the world’s landmass, it still contains about 1/12 of the world’s biodiversity. It is very common to run into any one of the four species of monkey found in Costa Rica. About 25% of the land area is protected by national parks. Costa Rica is a peaceful democracy and the first country in the world to abolish its army. It boasts a literacy rate of 96%, one of the highest in the world. Home to the friendly Ticos, a common phrase among locals is Pura Vida or the Pure Life. The atmosphere is welcoming and laid back, so be sure to leave your watch at home.
Villa de la Luna is located in El Ocotal of the Guanacaste Province, which occupies the NW corner of Costa Rica. Guanacaste offers one of the drier winter seasons and has some of the most beautiful beaches in all of Costa Rica. From December to April, we are likely to see little to no rain, whereas May to November offer consistent showers. The months where the rain is it’s heaviest is September and October.
Zip Line Tours
Soar through the clouds and Costa Rican Rainforest on one of the many Canopy Tours available.
Navigate down the river and take in all the beautiful views off the beaten path.
Arenal Volcano National Park
Visit one of the most active volcanoes in both Central and North America and enjoy a guided horseback tour or a dip in the hot springs surrounding the volcano.
Activities for Everyone
Deep Sea Fishing
Fish for more than 25 varieties including sailfish, marlin, and roosterfish. Depart in the morning from Ocotal Beach. Some of the finest marling fishing in the world year round.
Take a tour aboard the famous “Don Bosco”, catamaran. Choose between a day trip with a fabulous grilled lunch on a private, secluded beach, or a sunset cruise with wine and appetizers.
Day and night scuba trips are both available. Approximately $60 for a two-tank local dive (includes boat, tanks, weights, and snacks). Boat leaves from Ocotal Beach, a five minute walk from the Villa.