Tucked into Costa Rica’s north Pacific coast (and the jungles of the Osa Peninsula), this spectacular country welcomes honeymooners to some of the world’s most secluded, most beautiful and most dream-worthy Costa Rica honeymoon villas and vacation rentals.
They’re lovely. They’re private. They’re all yours. And yes, they’re even a little bit extravagant. Because if there’s one moment in life to indulge, we believe it’s on your Costa Rican honeymoon.
Villas Las Mareas
Tamarindo Hills | Starting at $375 per night
A dream destination in the Tamarindo hills, tucked away just above the estuary, Villas Las Mareas is an intimate compound of six luxury Costa Rica honeymoon villas. Overlooking the silent curves of Las Baulas – a national marine park and leatherback sea turtle refuge – Las Mareas offers the very best of hillside, ocean-view living, including an infinity-edge pool that overlooks the sparkling Pacific and Guanacaste scenery, upscale finishes, and all the ocean breeze you can take.
Go ahead – stretch out with your beloved on the daybed and sip a cocktail while the sun sinks over the liquid horizon.
Casa del Cabo
Matapalo | Starting at $276 per night
Where the forest meets the sea, the Osa Peninsula is a place where scarlet macaws and toucans fly freely, humpback whales breech just offshore, and endangered animals roam through your backyard. That is, they do when you honeymoon at Casa del Cabo.
Exotic local woods – ironwood, purple heart, and ipe wood, among them – are gathered from fallen trees to build this open-air honeymoon haven. Here, the sounds of the sea lull you to sleep. Your every sense becomes attuned to the pristine rainforest and natural beauty of Costa Rica. It’s just the two of you and the ocean breeze. The two of you and the warm sun. Just the two of you and the soft sand. Just the two of you.
Corazón del Mar
Flamingo Beach | Starting at $500 per night
Corazon del Mar (Heart of the Sea) may be a five-bedroom home but we still think it’s a great choice for honeymooners. Why? For one simple reason: This is the beachfront honeymoon villa in Costa Rica. No really, this is it.
Here, you’re beachfront on the Pacific. Here, every view spills into the sparkling sea. Here, it’s just 12 steps from patio to sand. Here, an oceanfront, infinity-edge pool, swim-up bar, and jetted whirlpool are all yours. Here, there is staff to pamper you. Here, you’ll find everything you ever dreamed for your honeymoon. Yes, this is definitely it.
Tamarindo Hills | Starting at $316 per night
From your perch above Tamarindo Bay, the view is literally breathtaking. On this seaside hill, 330 breezy feet above the sand, there is no other place you’d rather be. No place more serene, more lovely, more private. The earth just drops away, leaving you suspended in a dream-like panorama of sky and sea.
This is Casa Catalina. And here, you have unfettered access to these incredible views. To your own, private infinity-edge pool. To 3,000 secluded square-feet of ocean views, sliding glass doors, forested hillside, and hammocks with a view. To the luxury honeymoon home of your dreams.
Casa Lomas del Mar
Tamarindo Hills | Starting at $660 per night
Tucked high into the hills of Tamarindo, where sky meets sea, Casa Lomas del Mar is a retreat to minimalistic luxury – to floor-to-ceiling glass that frames the smooth curve of Tamarindo Bay and Las Baulas National Marine Park, and to an ocean-view second floor surrounded by jungle, overlooking your private infinity-edge pool, and stretching out to the sea.
Superlative among Costa Rica honeymoon villas, this is a getaway for couples seeking seclusion. For couples who crave jungle and ocean, surf and sea breeze. For honeymooners who will settle for nothing less than outdoor luxury living. For you.
Five luxury honeymoon homes. Five secluded getaways. Five unbelievable ocean views. Five chances for the honeymoon of your dreams. Don’t let this be the one that got away. Reserve today!
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