Costa Rica Honeymoon - Vacation Packages - Parrot Bay Village, Puerto Jimenez, Osa Peninsula, Resort in Costa Rica
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Imagine this for your Costa Rica Honeymoon: glide away from the busy world up and over the pass south along the Pacific beach and across some of the richest and intense rainforest in the world coming to a truly enchanted place, the Osa Peninsula and Parrot Bay, a few tropical beach side cottages surrounded by a rich and towering botanical garden. Peaking through ginger plants to the beach.



Parrot Bay and your cabina are private and inviting, coming into an Eden like environment is a beautiful way to begin a life together. It feels so natural just to relax, several shaded hammocks on the beach, slushy drinks, swim all day or night in the serene calm waters steps from your spacious little cabina interior of varnished tropical hardwoods, cool tile floor, white cotton sheets stretched over a king size bed and a nice bottle of wine.


My wife Mary and I look back at our honeymoon on Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula and our stay at Parrot Bay Village. We now live here and manage the place. We believe others will remember it as we did and still do. We believe in ourselves and in others like us you will so enjoy your first week of marriage or what ever time it is in your lives when you reach here, such a back to roots, pure life atmosphere, (with the necessary creature comforts of course), you may not want to leave.

Honeymoon Package details:

  • Round trip airfare from San Jose to Puerto Jimenez and back.
  • Airport transfers in San Jose and Parrot Bay Village.
  • Four nights at Parrot Bay Village.
  • Three deliciously prepared meals a day.
  • Half day fishing
  • Sunset kayaking tour
  • Relaxing massages for two.
  • A nice bottle of wine in your room.
  • Inclusive of government taxes except a $27 dollar airport exit tax pp in San Jose.

$1995 for a married couple, no proof required, but you will need a passport to get into Costa Rica and now to get out of the USA.


Testimonials from Happy Honeymooners:

Our thoughts on our honeymoon trip to Parrot Bay Village, Costa Rica-

After arriving on a flight from Nature Air, we were personally escorted around the corner and down the road to the entrance of Parrot Bay Village by one of your staff members. It was a quiet Monday afternoon in August, so there were only a few guests at the resort at the time- which was perfect for us. Katie met us for check-in and while we sat and talked, we were offered a welcome drink by one of the staff members. To begin our first day at Parrot Bay, we had delicious lunch prepared for us then got settled into our cabina (which happened to be right next to the water). That afternoon we decided to take up an offer to go on one of the Kayaking Tours of the Mangroves. With some other guests, we experienced the calmness and beauty of being on the water down here. The evening ended with the most beautiful sunset I have ever truly seen- and I was experiencing it with the one that I loved. Our first dinner at Parrot Bay was of course some fresh cooked seafood and some great Costa Rican beers. What a great first day in paradise.

Day 2Fishing, Fishing, Fishing! After Breakfast and coffee, we headed out with Darren to do some off-shore fishing. What an experience! 2 Pompano, 2 Sailfish, tons of Tuna were the catch of the day that trip. It was an all-dayer and it was worth every moment. Matter of fact, when we headed in at the need of the day we even spotted a mother Humpback whale and her baby. What a sight to see. It actually gave me goose bumps to see them. Even after a long day on the water, it was great to arrive back to Parrot Bay and sit back and have some drinks with the owners and staff there. As we talked, our fresh catch was cooked up and once again the food was incredible.

Day 3 – The adventure of the day would be horse back riding. A taxi brought us into town where we met up with our guide and another couple who were ready to horse back ride up into the beautiful hills and then the rainforest for the day. They should have probably called this “Extreme Horse back riding”- it was amazing how high into the hills we actually ended up. We saw all 4 different kinds of monkeys that are native to Costa Rica; we had lunch at a rancho halfway in the hills which is surrounded by a beautiful garden and had a much deeper appreciation for the cowboy and the horse by the end of the day. That night we fell asleep to an incredible rain storm – it is certainly amazing to listen to the rain hitting the steel roof top and the trees brushing up against the cabina.

Day 4 – A second day of fishing! This time we went out with a different captain and were ready to tackle the inshore fishing of the Osa Peninsula. Between running for Roosterfish, battling the waves near the cliffs of the shore, and catching a good 40 lb Amber Jack – the day on the water was s success! And of course this meant another great seafood dinner compliments of the guests who caught it! Relaxing the rest of the day was actually what we needed – so it was no problem to lay around and enjoy some good cervezas.

Day 5 – We decided to take a hike through the rainforest with our tour guide. We saw the southern tip of the Osa Peninsula where it is famous with the surfers; we hiked up to an incredible waterfall deep in the middle of the forest, and we even came across the deadly poison frog (which our guide handled with ease). Once again, we experienced the beauty of Costa Rica and why so many visitors down there escape from the everyday hustle and bustle.

Day 6 – We had a light breakfast, said good-bye to Katie, Darren and the rest of the staff at Parrot Bay Village, and then headed to the airport for our flight home to Florida. We truly had a wonderful honeymoon that was mixed with adventure and relaxation – it was quiet and romantic and we can’t wait to go back again.

Take care of yourselves and thank-you again for everything.

Michelle and Brian Heck

Azore Islands

 

 

 

 

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