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If you're going to Costa Rica to see wildlife & scenery, a word of advice: avoid Manuel Antonio NP which is very very touristy (even in low season, ie May, there are over 600 visitors a day, double that in season) so little wonder we...More
My suggestion would be that clients be told there is no landing stage - you have to climb onto and out of the boat in the surf to get in or out of Pirate Cove. In fact, most of Drake's Bay has no landing stage....More
Stayed her during my honeymoon and it was certainly an experience we will not forget. Took Sierpe boat shuttle down to this area which was an adventure in itself! Opted for cabin with AC but not much else which was totally fine! All staff very...More
We were a little nervous about leaving our car in Sierpe but we needn’t have worried. It couldn’t have been easier – you park in a secure compound (costs about $5 a day) you can then have a coffee in the restaurant before boarding your...More
Mid-February, during the dry season, was an excellent time to visit Drakes Bay; lots of sunshine, mild temperatures, and an occasional brief shower. We could not have been happier with our stay at Pirate Cove. Our bungalow near the beach was perfectly comfortable and quiet,...More
Joanna, I am sorry but do not know the answer to your question. I suggest you to contact directly one of the hotels in the area, such as the one we stayed in: the Pirate Cove. There are many others in Bahía Drake. Cheers... More
Joanna, I am sorry but do not know the answer to your question. I suggest you to contact directly one of the hotels in the area, such as the one we stayed in: the Pirate Cove. There are many others in Bahía Drake. Cheers, manuel