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Villa Tucan Tango is located on the Pacific Coast between Dominical and Uvita near a small community called Dominicalito.
The rental car connection is Sonia Leon from the Uvita Information center. Her WhatsApp number is : 506 8843 7142.
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Yes, the Villa is located in Las Olas, a small gated community with three guards on site 24/7.
Yes, it’s important to have some Colones on you for small tips.
The nearest stores are in Dominical where you will find 2 small grocery stores, Super Dominical and Baj Cra and one health store, Mama Toucan.
Uvita is a 15 minute drive and offers more services including 2 larger grocery stores called BM on the East side of the road, 1 km apart from each other.
Walking to the beach is not recommended but feasible. The Villa is 1 km from the gate within the community of Las Olas. The main road, Costanera Sur Route 34, is 400 meters from the gate. The 2 nearest beaches are within 1 km from the intersection: Dominicalito Beach, access via the road to La Parcela Restaurant or via Dominicalito.
Surprisingly enough, we do have Internet connection even in the jungle! It might not be fast speed internet but it is reliable. Fibre optic will soon be available.
Travellers who cancel at least 30 days before check-in will get back 100% of the amount they’ve paid. If they cancel between 14 and 30 days before check-in, they’ll get back 50%. Otherwise, they won’t get a refund.
The maximum occupancy is 8.
Yes, there are AC units in every bedroom and living areas as well as ceiling fans.
Costa Rica uses the same 120V outlets that you’ll find in the U.S. Our global visitors will need adapters to plug in chargers, bathroom appliances, and other electronics.
For U.S. and Canadian citizens, a valid passport is required to enter Costa Rica as well as a return ticket. Upon arrival, Costa Rican Immigration will stamp your passport with an entry stamp (up to 90 days); your passport must have at least one page available for your entry stamp. If you are a citizen of another country, please speak with your embassy or consulate regarding entry requirements to Costa Rica. (NOTE: Your passport must be in good condition and may not have any rips, tears or missing pages otherwise you may be denied entry.)
Yes, you may use our beach towels at your convenience but you might prefer to use your own.
No, not at the moment.
Villa Tucan Tango is children friendly but we recommend to parents to keep an eye on their children at all times.
ATMs throughout Costa Rica make it easy to withdraw cash from your foreign bank account. Our advice is to bring some U.S. dollars with you and Costa Rica colones if possible, but you won’t need traveler’s checks or personal checks.
Most vendors and stores accept major credit cards (though American Express is a toss-up in Costa Rica, Visa and MasterCard are widely accepted).
Insider tip: Many stores & boutiques also give discounts for using cash.
Though tipping is not customary in Costa Rica, it is always welcome, especially in the tourism industry. If you would like to tip in recognition of a job well done, we’ll be happy to help you determine an appropriate gratuity. Please note that, by law, a 10% restaurant gratuity are included in your bill. Adding extra tip on the bill is possible but it is better to ask before finalizing the transaction.
Yes, the water in Costa Rica is generally considered safe to drink. If you have a very sensitive system, or are concerned that something could disagree with you, you can play it safe with bottled water. Restaurants usually offer many options.
Pack for warm weather and lots of sun. For most, that means sunglasses, a few swimsuits, a beach towel, hats, lots of sunblock and insect repellent, loose clothing, a few pairs of nice (but warm-weather) outfits for evenings out, sandals, hiking shoes, a pair of binocular, a camera, your phone/tablet, reading materials. If you’re visiting during the rainy season, throw in an umbrella and a light jacket.
Definitely pack your passport (keep a picture in your phone), driver’s license, and credit cards. If traveling with minors, pack an official copy of their birth certificates. A guidebook and English/Spanish dictionary are also helpful.
In a word, glorious! Temperatures in this part of Costa Rica typically varies from 78°F to 92°F, (25 to 33 C) and is rarely below 75°F (23 C) or above 94°F (34 C).
During Costa Rica’s dry season (December-May), we receive very little or no rainfall. (Although remember, it is the rainforest!) During the rainy, or green season, you can expect beautiful mornings and early afternoons, with rain in the late afternoon. September and October are the rainiest months – but they’re also whale-watching season! Every month has something to offer here.
Being so close to the equator, and so close to gorgeous beaches and ocean, we have a few unique safety concerns. First and foremost, be sure to protect yourself from the sun – it’s stronger here than back home – with sunscreen, hats, SPF clothing, and other precautions. And drink lots of water, so you don’t get dehydrated.
Also, arm yourself to combat mosquitoes, they are common in the tropics, so be sure to pack a bottle of your favorite bug repellent.
Finally, if you dip your toes into the Pacific, beware of riptides. They’re strong and dangerous, so always be very careful of your location in water and who’s swimming with you. The buddy system works!
Yes, we have a minimum stay of 5 nights.
Yes, we require a damage deposit of $500. We’ll return your deposit, minus any repairs, within few days of check-out.