From the porch of your tent you can see the waves breaking in the Pacific Ocean. A stroll on the lawn gets you to the beach. Your luxury tent has an attached bathroom with hot water and all of the amenities of a standard hotel room.
Our Luxury tents were imported from South Africa. They provide you with 3 layers of protection. The upper layer is for the sun, the second layer is for the rain and the third layer protects you from the bugs. Sleeping in a tent allows the sounds and smells of the ocean in, while our bathrooms will allow you to rough it in style!
All Beach Camp guests have access to our communal kitchen. The area features a small store selling drinks, souvenirs and an assortment of items you might need on the beach.
Interaction with Guests
My wife and I live across the street and will gladly help you with your travel details. Alex is our daily host. He will show you sloths, and help you out with anything you might need.
Matapalo Beach is huge and there is hardly anyone on it! The Beach Camp is the biggest hotel with 4 bedrooms. You will love the sunsets, romantic walks on the beach, and playing in the tropical waters of the Pacific. We are close to all sorts of great activities, including whitewater rafting, kayaking, surfing, horseback riding and canopy tours.
There is a bus getting to Matapalo several time s a day. We have a few taxis in the town to get around as well. I would recommend a rental car if you want to explore dining options and tour in the area!
Beautiful place right on the beach. Great breakfast each day, probably not the best place if you don't have a car as it is a little ways from Dominical or Manuel Antonio, and Matapalo isn't much more than a beach with a small number of hotels, restaurants, and corner stores. But if you like hanging out on the beach, this is definitely a good place to be!
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We are a young family that enjoy the outdoors. We ride bikes as a family, swim in the ocean, and like camping trips. Professionally I work as a naturalist for Rafiki Safari Lodge. We have 2 kids, Noah (6) and Acacia (4), they both attend a dual immersion ecological school called Escuela Verde.