The Jungle Hub bungalow sleeps up to 6 persons and it is surrounded by the tropical rainforest right above Montezuma, with ocean view and pool. Breakfast is included and italian dinner is an option. Comfort and wildlife.
“I came with a long time friend to stay at Jungle Hub, and it was so much better than we could have imagined. Carla was an absolutely wonderful host who was very warm and hospitable. Santa is such a sweet and gentle soul who you will love right away, also. It’s always a pleasure having her around. The bungalows are even better than expected. We each had our own space, and all of the views are amazing. Amazing jungle view out the back. So peaceful and beautiful. The view out to the ocean from the front is better than the pictures. You can enjoy the front view while having a swim in the pool. All of the views and amenities are even better than the pictures. These bungalows were very thoughtfully constructed. The outdoor living space is plentiful and welcoming. We walked down to the pools, and enjoyed the cool water as well. The breakfast was absolutely amazing every morning. Great frest fruit, fresh juice or smoothies, fresh coffee, fresh eggs - and make sure you try at least one of Carla’s amazing dinners! You’re missing out if you don’t! We would recommend Jungle Hub to anyone who’s looking to have the perfect experience staying in Montezuma! Thank you so much, Carla and Santa for making our visit so special, and for being so warm and welcoming! We’ll miss you!😊 Melissa and Erika😊”
Perched in the tree-tops on the edge of a canyon, this one-of-a-kind bungalow is sure to inspire awe in any visitor that it accommodates. With its custom-crafted studio design, this home is perfect for a couple looking for an adventurous and romantic getaway. Slide-away glass walls and panoramic screened windows allow for an open feel if such is desired. A private, furnished, covered deck provides a lovely place to sit back and immerse oneself in the nature that surrounds it.
“This place was as close to perfect for our trip as you could get. Close enough to town that you could run in for meals, a trip to the beach or souvenir shopping (with a car). Far enough away that you could enjoy the tranquility on the back deck. Our cabin was the closest to the road, so there was some street noise, but not enough to ruin the peacefulness or the view. Good directions and recent addition of a keypad for entry made it easy. Very clean!”
The house is the result of a detailed planning whose excellent work was done by a local builder. There are three (3) rooms, all have air conditioning. The breezes are fairly regular on this high hill, so no mosquitoes. There are also ceiling fans everywhere and even on the outside gallery. One King bed, two Queen beds and also two sofas that fold down to sleep. The house is situated on a beautiful mountain side.
“I can’t describe how amazing it was to walk onto the balcony to the wide open view of the jungle, ocean and beach. During our time, we watched sunrises, the moonrise and tides turning and sat back to enjoy the jungle all around. We had frequent visitors to the balcony. Spike, the iguana, came toddling along for lunch one day (we didn’t feed him, he just smelled the food). He came right up and sat at our feet, and tried to climb up for my plate. We watched his friends climb the trees around the house. Another day, two capuchin monkeys came along, one walked the balcony railing till he was a few feet away, while the other found snacks in a nearby tree. The coatis came foraging in the foliage, and the birds swooped by. We could hear the howler monkeys, though they never came up to the house. We couldn’t have paid for a better, closer wildlife experience. The house was so clean, and we greatly appreciated the AC in the bedroom. King size bed was comfortable. The kitchen was well-equipped for cooking breakfast and making snacks. Hot water was quick to arrive and the water pressure in the shower was lovely. The walk to town and back is definitely a work out, we had a car so we mixed it up between walking and driving. Town is quaint, free-spirited and full of places to eat and drink. We also found great places to eat outside town. We recommend Habitat (amazing breakfast) just outside Cabo Blanco in Cabuya, Clandestina at the butterfly garden (great beer and tacos), Puggo’s, and Koji’s sushi in Santa Teresa (worth the drive, ask Peter for the back road direction to get there). Peter was great. He gave us good recommendations, directions and was just fun to talk to about life/culture in CR. We had lots of private space at the house since his home is tucked back by the gate. He recommended a fantastic massage therapist. It was one of the best I’ve had and for a great price, definitely cheaper than the resorts.”