Casa Caletas

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Why we like it

  • Seven cosy rooms and two suites all have private balconies with striking estuary and ocean views
  • Casa Caletas is located on a 5,000-acre farm above the Rió Jabillo and its mangrove estuary, on the striking and unexplored Gulf of Nicoya
  • A lovely restaurant is set in a grass-roofed cabaña-style building
  • The hotel's infinity edge pool affords incredible views from an elevated location
  • Other facilities include bars, an indoor pool, a sunny patio and internet access, whilst activity options include surfing/boogie boarding, kayaking, windsurfing, horse riding, fishing and bird watching, as well as a range of tours and excursions
  • We recommend the Junior Suites for its ocean view balcony complete with private Jacuzzi

A&K Top Tip

We loved the horse back tours, which took us across green plains and on through the lush landscape of the Guanacaste rainforest. Quite an experience!

Guest Testimonial

.Melissa is a first-rate Travel Consultant, and the relationship and trust that she has built with us is truly cherished.

- GF, Bedfordshire

Located on the beautiful and unexplored Gulf of Nicoya in Guanacaste, Casa Caletas occupies a perfect spot on the beautiful beaches of Coyote, Caletas, Manzanillo and Ma Pais.

The Casa itself is a wonderful building, traditionally constructed   with brightly painted adobe walls, red tiles roofs and shaded verandas. Inside, the public areas, like the spacious lounge, are light and airy - again, with brightly coloured walls offset by wood and bamboo detailing. The rooms follow a similar theme and are lovely, homely spaces complete with large comfortable beds and enriched with local craft pieces.

There is no shortage of things to do whilst staying at this romantic hideaway. Allow those adventurous urges to take hold, with a kayak tour following the beautiful coastline of Nicoya, or mangrove tours providing privileged access to this fascinating and diverse habitat.

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Best time to be there

December to March is generally considered the dry season. Temperatures rise in April and the rains arrive on the Pacific side from May to November. The Atlantic side has no specific dry season but there is less rainfall between March and September.

Fly to

San Jose - daily via Madrid

flying time

12 hours

time difference

GMT -6 hours


Not required for UK passport holders

Health Requirements

No mandatory vaccinations required

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