Easy access up the Cinco Ventanas Road, minutes from the coastal highway, beaches, and the village of Ojochal, famous for its delightful culinary restaurants.Beautiful ocean views of Isla Garza, the river mouth of Rio Terraba (Central America’s longest river) as it joins the Pacific Ocean. Views of Cano Island, a national park located 12 miles off shore, a renowned scuba diver and snorkeler’s underwater paradise.Bordered by a year round river, with your own private, maintained trail. Meander down this short, easy hike to your own refreshing waterhole! If this doesn’t interest you the large, Tiled swimming pool will be sure to peak your interest.Do you like monkeys? Toucans? Parrots? Almost every morning you will awaken with the sunrise and the expressive Howler Monkeys with their distinctive sounds. The howlers travel back and forth usually returning in the evening. In the afternoon the white-faced monkeys usually sneak in....quiet except for their noisy leap from tree to tree....so listen for the sound of the trees rustling and branches moving. Large Flocks of toucans have been spotted here...and once you’ve heard the beautiful lonesome song of a toucan you will be hooked to hear more. Parrots visit often and sometimes nest over night chattering away until sunset. Squawking Scarlett macaws have been spotted here too, a most eye dazzling bird, spectacular red feathers in the tropical blue sky. Not to be outdone...there are a variety of butterflies that flit by all day long but Blue Morphos can be spotted here almost daily.