Fancy camping! We stayed here for two weeks end of February.The area is remote and tourist-free; residents speak only Spanish. You are in nature here, but with a roof over your head, cooking facilities, a comfortable bed and a warm shower. The location had cooler nights than lower elevations and no mosquitoes. A local store you can walk to provides basic necessities, and internet is accessible with a sim card. In one direction on rough dirt roads (4wd recommended) is the beach at Uvita, and in the other, San Isidro de General, the nearby cloud forest and Mt. Chirripo. The hills are full of beautiful waterfalls. Every day we had a new adventure!