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Explore northwest Costa Rica with Inspirato’s six accommodations. The entirety of Peninsula Papagayo is a master resort community offering a level of luxury not typically found in Costa Rica. Immersed in the jungle but boasting peekaboo ocean views through the treetops, Venado Nueve and Venado Diez are four-bedroom, treehouse-style homes with infinity-edge pools and an included golf cart for a quick ride to the beach.
Andaz Peninsula Papagayo Resort, situated next to the marina, is an ideal spot those who love to be on the water. Discover high-end restaurants, private beach clubs, and more.
High above the sandy shores of Bahia de Culebra and the dazzling waters of the Pacific Ocean, Peninsula Papagayo stretches on, marked by jagged cliffs beneath a canopy of lush rainforest vegetation. There are plenty of natural wonders here—like monkeys chattering in jungle treetops and marlin swimming in the cerulean blue Golfo de Papagayo waters. But this region is also home to Costa Rica's premier luxury destination, where you can enjoy upscale resort amenities including oceanfront infinity-edge pools, top-notch dining, pampering spas, and more. The enticing mix of adventure and luxury appeals to travelers from all over the world.
Peninsula Papagayo's private Arnold Palmer-designed course is home to 6,800 yards of varied elevations and monkeys scampering on the fairways to steal your ball. But the best part is 14 holes of sweeping ocean views.
Get up close to Costa Rican wildlife with a guided tour through the Palo Verde National Reserve. Crocodiles mosey past your boat—and monkeys may even join you on board—as you spot birds, iguanas, and other mammals.
Fly through the treetops of Costa Rica's Guanacaste region, where the thick vegetation suddenly gives way to sweeping Pacific views. On the Witch's Rock Canopy Tour, you'll zip along 11 lines with something for all ages.
The dry season (mid-November to April) is as arid as it sounds, with hillsides turning brown and dirt roads becoming extremely dusty. The rainy season (May to mid-November), however, is lush and lovely, with sunny mornings and brief showers in the afternoon. Even during the rainy season, though, the sun shines often, the temperatures stay warm and the beaches are less crowded. During the rest of the year, you can expect a tropical climate with the occasional afternoon storm helping to cut the humidity.