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My son and I stayed for 8 days at Ojo Del Mar during green season , and all I can say to everyone that asks that we had the most wonderful time. We loved sleeping in the open air cabins with just moskito nets separating...More
This might be a great place, as many reviews describe it, with "fabulous food" and a "great atmosphere". But when you book in the low season, as we did, things change. Because the place is very remote, it takes a 35 dollar taxi ride to...More
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Response from ojodelmar, Owner at Ojo del MarResponded 4 June 2017
Thank you for your review. We completely understand that Ojo del Mar is not for everyone. On our homepage we make it very clear what to expect like our open air cabins, beach, etc.. We are very sorry that you did not feel the service...More
Nico is an amazing steward of this beautiful rainforest. Her love and care shine each day. The food is fabulous! We had a group retreat and enjoyed the waterfall hike and the spa facials. The monkey's entertained us each day! I love the open air...More
I arrived with some friends straight from puerto Jimenez airport. The whole resort has been carefully curated to perfectly blend with its environment. A lot of care and attention has been given to provide an authentic eco lodge jungle stay whilst retaining just enough modern...More
Ojo del Mar is a serene and secluded little bit of paradise. We had an absolutely amazing time, so be prepared for a lot of gushing in this review... The gardens are green, lush, landscaped and really well-tended, apart from all the jungle bits of...More
1. We weren't there during a retreat, but there is plenty of privacy if you need that. One of our favorite parts of the stay were the dinners. It was particularly amazing because everyone staying there gathered and shared... More
1. We weren't there during a retreat, but there is plenty of privacy if you need that. One of our favorite parts of the stay were the dinners. It was particularly amazing because everyone staying there gathered and shared stories/suggestions. We met some truly amazing people and I'm sure the retreat would be the same.
2. the land ends at the beach. Some of the rooms are a short walk. At the most, 1 minute. It's literally right there.
3, There are a ton of interesting areas near by. There isn't really a town, but that's what makes it so enticing. There is one restaurant in town. It's a few hundred yards from Ojo Del Mar.
4. There are plenty of excursions close by. Hiking, climbing, horseback riding etc. Not sure on the ATVs, but I would bet you could rent some close.
Hope this helps!
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"see above. In the dry season surely a hut at the beach is ok."