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We spent our last night in Costa Rica with Claudine at her beautiful hillside home. The garden was lovely and the rooms very clean and comfortable. During our delicious breakfast we were entertained by 12 red macaws that flew past the porch and into a...More
We had such a cute little room by the pool in what felt like the middle of a forest. The room is quite basic but nicely furnished. It has a ceiling fan and mosquito need which was definitely needed as there were a lot of...More
We wanted to stay in this area to see the crocodiles at the bridge and I am so please we picked Claudines place to stay......We have stayed in some great places during our trip to Costa Rica but Rancho Capulin is by far the best....More
We stayed one night at this small guest house before an early tour of Carara national park (which is only ten minutes drive away). Our room (the ranch) was quiet, comfortable and right by the pool. There's nothing really within walking distance, and having just...More
This was our first stop on our way to the Pacific coast. What a wonderful place! We had the two cabins by the pool which is set below the main house so we felt as if we were alone in paradise. Tropical birds and plants...More
The rancho is located at the foot of Carara National Park in a large tropical garden. The garden includes a swimming pool surrounded by lush vegetation. Breakfast is offered on a terrace that offers an exceptional …Moreview over the river Tarcoles, Carara Park and the Pacific. Less
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Hello! It depends what time of day you drive and which route you take. It always takes longer than you think to drive anywhere in Costa Rica. Traffic is heavy in San Jose most of the time; however, it is worst during peak... More
Hello! It depends what time of day you drive and which route you take. It always takes longer than you think to drive anywhere in Costa Rica. Traffic is heavy in San Jose most of the time; however, it is worst during peak hours. I would say that it took us 1-1.5 hours. Good luck!