It is a wonderful place full of peace and tranquility, it can be shared with the family that lives there, they will make you feel like family and will help you with your plans during your stay, you will enjoy it!
“If you need accommodation in the not very touristy Hojancha and want to get to know real Costa Rican family life for very little money, you have come to the right place. You are constantly surprised with new little niceties, including the best beer in Central America. The hosts were also very child friendly and even showed us the farm next door. An all-round successful short vacation that unfortunately had to end at some point. The Monte Alto Nature Reserve is also highly recommended.”
The medium size town of Hojancha has not been touched by the uncontrolled development. It is the main town of the canton which carries the same name and means “large leave” and comes from a local tree largely found in that area. The canton of Hojancha is known for its continuous fight against smog. This is the only province that was rewarded the “ecological blue flag” for its cleanness and its on going efforts to protect the natural resources.
“Totally enjoyed are stay in Jeanclaude's place. Close to a small town with a couple of soda's that served great food. A pool to swim in a night and breakfast in the morning were nice touches. If you are looking for a place to relax that is off the beaten path stay here.”
Terranostra jungle house is a small natural paradise, where apart from finding security and peace, being connected with nature is wonderful. A cool environment surrounded by the Potrero River. In addiction, it offers a good and abundance international breakfast. Terranostra Jungle House is a small natural paradise, where apart from finding security and peace, being connected to nature is wonderful. A cool environment surrounded by the Potrero River. With rich international breakfast.
“We were going to Barra honda cave nearby, so were looking for an airbnb in the area to stay and came across Massimo and Xio’s place. I called Massimo prior to our arrival to let him know we were en route, and his wife Xio greeted us. We were also greeted by their chickens, dogs, and howler monkeys (very cool). Xio showed us where we would be staying and gave us a tour of the area. We spent our evening outside in a hammock where we encountered their local frog before turning in. Massimo is a chef and offers homemade dinner for a fee. We had gotten in ice cream earlier in Nicoya so weren’t hungry for dinner, but i think it would be smart to take him up on the offer as there are not too many places in Nicoya for sit down dinner. Massimo made us breakfast in the morning (included) before we headed it. Massimo and Xio are friendly and warm, so if you are in the area, come for a stay”