Give yourself time to be pampered.
Enjoy the benefits of a professional massage therapy in the comfort and convenience of your home or condominium. It is a nice way to finish the day after a long day full of activities.

We offer a wide range of massages:

  • Therapeutic
  • Lymphatic Drainage
  • Relaxing
  • Swedish
  • Special Therapeutic Massage
  • Hot Stone Massage

60 minutes or 90 minutes.

Please contact our receptionist so we can arrange your massage.


Surf Lessons


Playa Jaco, Herradura and Hermosa provides some of the best waves in Costa Rica.

So, whether it is long boarding for beginners or learning how to perfect your 360 degree launch, the environment and teachers are here ready for you. All you need is the attitude to learn. If you are unsure of your skill level, expertise or interest, we can set you up with a lesson with one of the top Surf schools in the area.

Tour Includes:

  • Transportation
  • Bilingual teacher
  • Water & fruits

Classes are 2 hours. Rentals are 24 hours

What to bring:
Swim wear, change of clothes, towels. No need to bring your camera as they have the latest equipment to take your photos catching the waves.


Tortuga Island • Catamaran


Enjoy your full day in one of the most beautiful islands in Costa Rica, with white sand beach and esmerald water. You can do snorkel, play volleyball, go for a hike or just relax on the beach with your family.

Tour Length: full day
What to bring: Comfortable clothes, sandals, sneakers or boat shoes (no high heels), insect repellent, sunscreen and sun hat, swimsuit and towel, change of clothes, camera and sunglasses.


Manuel Antonio National Park


Manuel Antonio contains a charming combination of rainforest, beaches and coral reefs. These beaches are the most beautiful in the country, lined with lush forest, and excellent snorkeling. The forest is home to sloths, iguanas, the rare and adorable squirrel monkeys and millions of colorful little crabs. And the trail that winds around Punta Catedral affords some spectacular views.

Tour Length: As long as you’d like.
What to bring: Comfortable clothing for walking, swimsuit, towel, sun protection (sunblock, hat), sunglasses, camera, drink & snack.


Horseback Riding & Waterfalls


This is perhaps one of the best ways to discover the wonders of the rainforest; with some of the best kept horses and views in the area, come and discover nature at its best in a private, exclusive 80-acre property, where you will also enjoy your own private waterfall.

Tour Length: 2,5 hours.
What to bring: Comfortable clothing and shoes (jeans pants and tennis), swimsuit, sun protection (sunblock, hat), sunglasses and camera.


Crocodiles in Tárcoles River


The crocodile tour is a unique adventure located in the Central Pacific Region of Costa Rica. The tour takes place on the Tárcoles River, one of the most populated crocodile rivers in the world. From our river boat, we cruise along the river observing American crocodiles up-close in their natural habitat. During the tour, our one-of-a-kind crocodile guy will perform a breathtaking crocodile feeding show, which allows visitors to take spectacular up-close photographs and video.

Tour Length: 2 hours.
What to bring: Sun protection (sunblock, hat), sunglasses and camera.


Canopy • Zipline


The canopy tour is perhaps the most uniquely popular adventure Costa Rica has to offer. As you take to the air over exotic trees and vibrant flora, you will experience the rush of a lifetime while catching a glimpse of white-faced monkeys, exotic birds and other Costa Rican wildlife.

Tour Length: 2 hours.
What to bring: Comfortable clothes, tennis, camera and sunblock.


ATV in Jaco Mountains


Experience an adrenaline pumping, exciting and challenging outdoor adventure into the rainforest, as you climb past several great look-out points where one can observe spectacular views of some of Costa Rica’s most popular beaches and surrounding areas.

Tour Length: 2, 3 or 4 hours.
What to bring: Comfortable clothes, tennis, swimsuit and towel, camera, water, sunglasses, and sunblock.

ASK to the receptionist