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We found this place on Airbnb and Kathy and Bernie are great hosts. We saw lots of wildlife right from our balcony including sloths, monkeys and toucans. The hot springs were great for relaxing in and the kids (17 and 14) loved the slides in...More
This is the third time I've stayed at Bio Thermales... and the best yet. Every time has been wonderful, and as they are constantly improving and adding, it just gets better. The pools are lovely and varied in temperature, the grounds are gorgeous and the...More
We woke up one morning to howler monkeys in the trees and the next to white faced monkeys that we watched from the balcony. The mornings we had the steaming hot springs to ourselves. The pool and slide was a highlight for my son. The...More
I loved my two day stay here. Very clean and quiet (during the rainy season). The couple were super sweet and accommodating and the grounds are unique and pleasant. Highly recommend staying here. Next time I would love to stay in one of the tree...More
This place was awesome! We booked on Airbnb for an over night stay and so glad we did. You could also visit without an overnight stay but I suggest staying at least one night. They have several biothermal pools that are non volcanic so the...More
Response from biothermales | Property representative |
Yes, we are open to day visitors from 9 am to 6 pm. Entrance fee is 4 mil colones or $8/adult and 1 mil colones or $2/ child between the ages of 3 - 11. You can bring your own picnic and beverages (we don't have a cafe) or... More
Yes, we are open to day visitors from 9 am to 6 pm. Entrance fee is 4 mil colones or $8/adult and 1 mil colones or $2/ child between the ages of 3 - 11. You can bring your own picnic and beverages (we don't have a cafe) or you can order from a nearby neighbor who has a cafe and will deliver meals. All the best, Kathy
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