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Frequently Asked Questions

How far is the resort from the airport?
What is available for my children to do?
How far is town from the resort?
Is there a first Aid kit?
Do you have any children's amenities for rent or use at the hotel?


Our cabinas have been completely refurbished and beautifully finished in tropical hardwood, each having their own name and uniquely carved door. The spacious interiors have ceramic tiled floors, air conditioning, ceiling fans and private baths with real hot water showers, and are fully furnished with table and chairs. The cabinas are surrounded by a tropical garden and located only a few meters from the beach.


Beach & Swimming
The cabinas are right next to the beach. The beach is normally deserted and offers good walking and exploring. There are no rip tides or undercurrents and it is good for swimming. It is a "Pacific" beach and not the white sand or crystal clear waters of, for example, Jamaica.


Bugs and Insect Repellant
We are located within the mangroves and on the beach so there are flying and crawling insects. Mosquitoes and purrujas (no-see-ums) can be bothersome usually at dusk for a short amount of time. It is good protection if you apply insect repellant or wear shoes and socks, and lightweight pants and a long sleeved shirt at that time of day. We also have numerous species of ants, some have very painful bites but the pain is very short lived in duration and usually quickly forgotten. The windows of the cabinas have screens and airconditioning to ensure your good night sleep.


Cancellation Policy & Refunds
• Fifty percent of the total room charge or package price is duedue within 10 days of reservation request.
• The balance is due 90 days prior to scheduled arrival at Parrot Bay Village.
• A refund of the deposit less a handling fee of $ 150 per person will be returned if written notice of cancellation is received by Parrot Bay Village at least 90 days prior to scheduled arrival.
• There will be no refund of any monies for “no shows” or cancellations received less than 90 days prior to arrival.
• Other expenses such as airfare and tours are to be paid 100% in advance.
• All charges will be made in Costa Rican Colones at the daily exchange rate of the state banks.
• A full refund will be awarded if a written cancellation is received 45 days prior to arrival.
• Fifty percent of your payment will be refunded if a cancellation is received 21 days prior to arrival.
• The full prepaid amount will be forfeit should we receive your cancellation less than 21 days prior to arrival. If we are able to sell your cabina or a package for the same time period, we will be happy to reimburse the full-prepaid amount.
• We do not accept personal checks for payment unless guaranteed with a signed credit card voucher.


Car Rental

The best companies to rent from are the same nationally known companies in the USA: Hertz, Budget, National, Avis, etc. We have seen the best service and vehicle quality provided by Solid Rental Car. You can contact them at 506-735-5777 or on the web at www.solidcarrental.com.

They will ask you to go with them to personally check the car when you pick it up. This is a seemingly pointless exercise for North Americans but bear with them and pay attention. They will note every little scratch, nick and dent in the car, bumper, windows and mirrors with painful detail. Check for dents in the tire rims and make sure there are a spare tire, jack and tools. You may be charged for any surface defect that is not marked when you return the car or anything that is missing. They will charge you at USA body shop prices. Even the very best companies do this in Costa Rica.

Advice: You will be lost or uncertain frequently. Ask for road information or directions only from persons who are driving. Not pedestrians or people on horseback. They will seemingly be very helpful and friendly (as are all Ticos) smile and give you terrible advice. 4x4 drivers and truck drivers are best. People who work at gas stations are not good sources of road information. Have a good trip and watch out for the potholes!


Currency Exchange
The local currency in Costa Rica are “colones” and the exchange rate as of September 2006 is about 500 colones to the US dollar. Smaller US dollar bills are widely accepted and you can exchange money at the local bank. Euros are not known to be accepted in southern Costa Rica.


Driving by Car
Driving from San Jose:
The drive from San Jose is spectacular in terms of natural beauty, but very tiresome. Try to leave early and make frequent stops on the way. Approximate travel time is 7-10 hours depending on stops, sightseeing, weather and road conditions.

By road from San José take the Inter-American (Pan Am ) Highway ( Ruta 2 ) to San Isidro de General ( 2 - 3.5 hrs ) . An interesting rest stop for refreshments is at Ojo de Agua ( Km # 76 , 1 -1.5 hrs ) Continue through Buenos Aires ( 1 - 1.5 Hrs ) to Palmar Norte ( 1 - 1.5 hrs ). Thirty-three kilometers past Palmar Norte take a right turn at Chacarita. At Chacarita you will see a service station by the name of "Corcovado". The right turn to Puerto Jiménez is directly after the service station. On this paved road you will drive 44 km to Rincón where the pavement ends. 33 more kms will take you through La Palma and eventually on to Puerto Jiménez ( 1 - 2 hrs ). Arriving in Puerto Jimenez follow the signs for Parrot Bay Village, we are located on the beach between the airstrip and the public pier. We look forward to seeing you. Have a good trip.

Driving from Quepos or Dominical:
Drive South along the coast road (on route 34) until Ciudad Cortés. You will turn left before actually getting into the center of town and follow the road to Palmar Norte. At Palmar Norte turn right (South) on the Carretera Interamericana. Thirty-three kilometers past Palmar Norte take a right turn at Chacarita. At Chacarita you will see a service station by the name of "Corcovado". The right turn to Puerto Jiménez is directly after the service station. On this paved road you will drive 44 km to Rincón where the pavement ends. 33 more kms will take you through La Palma and eventually on to Puerto Jiménez ( 1 - 2 hrs ). Arriving in Puerto Jimenez follow the signs for Parrot Bay Village, we are located on the beach between the airstrip and the public pier.


Our local power supplied is 110V. At times there may be power outages that normally do not last for long periods of time. It is a good idea to have a flashlight handy in these instances and we provide candles and matches in the cabinas.


Health Concerns

The locals drink the tap water here and it is labeled by the Costa Rican Government Agency that is responsible for the country’s water supply as safe. Travelers from abroad should not drink the tap water in Puerto Jimenez in order not to take any risks during precious vacation time. We sell bottled water at our bar.

No immunizations, shots, inoculations or vaccinations are required to enter the country. The only notable disease problem we've had here in the last few years is occasional localized of dengue fever (spread by mosquitoes). However, it would be wise to check with your personal physician for individual recommendations. Some physicians prefer for their patients to obtain typhoid immunizations and persons who plan to visit certain coastal areas are advised to take malaria pills. Reported cases of malaria in the Caribbean lowlands and coastal zone are on the rise, so it would be wise to take preventive measures. Up-to-date recommendations on such preventive measures are issued by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC office issues health advisories via FAX for travel throughout the world.


Hotels in & around San Jose

Hotel Best Western Irazu:
E-mail: bestwestern@irazu.co.cr
Tel: (506) 232-4811
Rates: $77 - $110
Located on the highway connecting San Jose and the International Airport. Close to supermarket, souvenir shops, restaurants and pharmacy.

Marriott Courtyard
E-mail: rreserva@marriott.co.cr
Tel: (506) 208-3000
Rates: $69 - $185
Located near Costa Rica’s biggest shopping mall and close to nice restaurants and shops.

Hotel Grano de Oro
E-mail: granoro@racsa.co.cr
Tel: (506) 255-3322
Rates: $85 - $240
Located in San Jose with a very good restaurant. Interesting architecture and friendly staff. More of a boutique hotel.

Finca Rosa Blanca
E-mail: info@fincarosablanca.com
Tel: (506) 269-9392
Rates: $145 - $165
For something a little outside of town and more intimate we recommend Finca Rosa Blanca. It is located in a coffee plantation, a quiet and convenient place to stay.


Hotels in near the International Airport
Hotel Hampton Inn:
E-mail: hampton@sol.racsa.co.cr
Tel: (506) 443-0043
Rates: $92 - $98
Conveniently located just two minutes from the International Airport. Hotel offers complementary airport transfers.


Nature Air and International Flight on the same day

No problem about your flights. You can take Nature Air that arrives in San Jose at 11:00 AM and make a connection with your international flight that leaves at 2:00 PM. There have been many people that have made this connection with Nature Air and international flights.

Nature Air, however does NOT RECOMMEND that people who fly with them schedule their international flights for the same day. The reason for this advisory is that they do not want to be faced with the additional pressure of people demanding a solution or a refund IF SOMETHING goes wrong with their schedule.


Phones, fax, internet, e-Mail
There is a public telephone located on the Parrot Bay Village premises for long distance calls to the USA and Canada using all major credit cards. Phone calls to Europe and other locations can be made from a public phone located at the edge of the grounds of Parrot Bay Village.
Faxes can be sent and received in the Parrot Bay Village office for $1/page. Fax #011-506-735-5568. There are two Internet cafes located in Puerto Jimenez, a 10-minute walk from Parrot Bay Village.


Private Charter Flights
We can arrange a charter flight for you from San Jose to Puerto Jimenez on Alfa Romeo Aero Taxi. This flight can originate at the time of your choice and from either the international airport or Pavas airport. The flight to Puerto Jimenez is approximately 50 min. and can carry a maximum of 5 passengers. Alfa Romeo could meet you at the passenger exit gate of the international airport as you arrive in Costa Rica. They would take you to the hanger for your flight to Puerto Jimenez. They will have a sign with your name on it to help you identify them. The cost is $1,050 one way for the plane. The plane is a Piper Aztec, 5-passenger, twin engine - 1400 lbs capacity incl. luggage.

You also could leave from the Alfa Romeo hanger (#66) at the Pavas Airport. The Pavas airport is 20 minutes from downtown San Jose by taxi. The cost of these flights is @ $1,050. We would meet you as normal at the airport for the transfer to Lapa Rios. The transfer will take approximately 45 minutes.


Scuba, Snorkeling and Cano Island
There are no established services for scuba diving down here yet. There are some great pristine dive sites and exotic dives but no equipment, compressors, dive masters or boats.

Caño Island is a bit far to be accessed from Puerto Jimenez. It is a 3-4 hour boat trip one way depending on waves and weather. Therefore it is very expensive and does not give you enough time to enjoy the snorkeling or diving before you have to get back in the boat and return. There is some "fair to good" snorkeling near us but it is across the gulf and you would have to go by boat. Other parts of Costa Rica are better for snorkeling than the Osa Peninsula.


Tour and Activities Information

Rainforest Hike
Spend a full day hiking through the rainforest in Matapalo, located on the southern tip of the Osa Peninsula. Your knowledgeable guide will point out various animals, teach you about plants and trees and explain the history of the Osa Peninsula. You may see four different kinds of monkeys, scarlet macaws, toucans, sloths, coatis, anteaters, tayras, iguanas, poison arrow dart frogs, other animals and a large variety of birds. We also visit beautiful beaches and hike to a gorgeous waterfall. You will leave Parrot Bay Village after your complimentary breakfast at 7AM. It is approximately a 45-minute taxi ride to Matapalo, with lovely views of the Golfo Dulce, Pacific Ocean and the coastline of the Osa Peninsula. Your guide will tailor the speed and distance of the hike to your wishes.
Duration: 7am – 2 or 3pm. Water and snacks, power bars are included.

Private Tour $85 per person
Party of two $60 per person
Party of three $50 per person
Party of four $40 per person
Taxi to Matapalo not included: add $40 roundtrip per party.

Dolphin and Whale Watching
The best times for viewing are December through April although they can be seen through September.

$220 1-4 people / 5 people: $55pp / 6 people +: $45pp

Sunset Dolphin Watch Kayak Tour
Enjoy a guided kayak trip through the pristine, flat water Golfo Dulce. You and your guide will look for dolphins (Spotted, Spinner, and Bottlenose Dolphins), turtles, rays and a variety of birds. You will then stop for a relaxing break, snacks and a swim on the nicest swimming beach on the Osa Peninsula. You then kayak back into the gulf and experience an amazing 360? view of the sunset. If you choose, you and stay out until dark and watch the water light up with photoluminescence. The trip takes 3 – 4 hours. We supply dry bags (for all your gear, cameras and video gear) water bottles, snacks, kayak and paddle, life jacket (if you want) and a knowledgeable guide. No kayaking experience is necessary.

Sunset Dolphin Watch Kayaking 3 Hour Tour $40/person

Mangrove Kayak Exploration
Leaving two hours before high tide, this trip explores the mangrove estuaries near Puerto Jimenez. Your knowledgeable guide will lead you down a river under the canopy of 70-foot tall mangrove trees. Learn about the mangroves and look for all types of wildlife (monkeys, raccoons, river otters, iguanas, Jesus Christ lizards, crabs, crocodiles, caimans, snakes, all types of birds, butterflies). We have snacks (seasonal fruits, cookies, and peanuts) before swimming on the nicest beach on the Osa Peninsula. The trip takes 3-4 hours, and we supply dry bags (for all your gear, even cameras and video gear), water bottles, snacks, kayak and paddle, life jacket (if you want), and a knowledgeable guide No kayaking experience is necessary.
Leaves 2 hours before high tide; lasts 3-4 hours $30/person

Herrera Botanical Garden and Reforestation Project
Spend two hours on a guided tour of the Herrera Botanical Garden and Reforestation Project an amazing garden right outside of town. Learn about the reforestation process and look for a variety of birds, monkeys, sloths and other animals. Your guide will also teach you about the different trees and medicinal uses of the various plants.

2 hours, any time
$15/person guided
$2/person unguided (with map)

Tree Climbing:
Our most popular experience is climbing the braided roots of the "Cathedral," a massive ficus over 200' tall. What remains is the largest jungle gym ever created! Using quality climbing gear, you climb the inside using the strong roots as hand and foot holds. At the ceiling, 90', previous climbers have left tokens of appreciation, including a Tibetan prayer bell. The ringing of this bell has become a traditional goal for fresh ascenders. Once you've attained your personal nirvana, you are belayed halfway down. From this point you swing from the inside to the outside of the tree for an eye-opening perspective. A free descent to the forest floor completes the adrenaline rush!

$55/per person. Approximately 3-6 hours. Does not include taxi.

Waterfall Rappelling:
Imagine yourself being secured into a climbing harness overlooking an immense canyon. While you are being walked through a series of safety instructions you hear a 'click' as the rope is locked into the carabineer and your harness. The words that follow are 'on belay' and with that you back over the ledge of a rushing waterfall that descends over 110 feet. There is no turning back - this is not for the timid!!! And, the experience is one for a lifetime. During the drier months this waterfall's springs slow to a trickle creating an incredible wilderness amphitheater. Since all life is dependent on water this canyon is a sure spot for wildlife sightings. Little compares to this adventure be it wet or dry.

$85 per person 3-5 hours. Does not include taxi.

Horseback Riding
Gentle but responsive horses follow a forest road through secondary and virgin jungle and finish galloping on the beach. Arrangements should be made by mid afternoon for the next day. This is a highly recommended tour for horse and nature lovers.

2 – 3 hours $60/person.

The masseuse offers massage therapy sessions to foster a greater sense of health and relaxation, in the privacy of your cabina.


If requested we can arrange private or group yoga sessions. Price to be arranged.

Private lesson with Mike Henessey at Pan Dulce beach surf break in Matapalo, the perfect place to learn to surf. Guaranteed to stand up! With Capt. Mike's surf school you are guaranteed to stand up on your first lesson or you don't pay! The wave we learn on is perfect for the first timer to intermediate surfer. The water is a warm 86* year round, and is only 4ft. deep, so the people worried about their swimming ability can just stand up! The biggest advantage to the waves we teach on is their gentleness when they break, never do you get held down, or tumbled.

Our basic mechanics style teaching of the sport is easy to follow, and is kid friendly to the youngest kids as long as they are comfortable swimmers. After a 15 minute briefing you are given a surf shirt and a soft top surfboard, and off you go with the guide, to start your very addictive new passion with the sport of the kings, "SURFING."

Group lessons 1-10 people $50 per person
Private lesson 1 person $80 per hour
Lessons include 2 hrs of instructed surfing, use of surf shirt (lycra), and soft-top surfboard

CASA ORQUIDEAS Botanical Garden
Ron and Trudy Mc Allister have created a lovely garden that includes both ornamentals and edible plant species, which you may sample when in season. The varieties include citrus, mango, banana, cashew, avocado, papaya, spices (ginger, cinnamon, vanilla, basil, garlic, black pepper), vegetables (jicama, yucca, taro,etc.), Orchids, Heliconias, Bromeliads, palms and numerous other varieties. Departure from Parrot Bay Village 7:30AM garden tour begins 8AM, price includes transfers from Parrot Bay Village by boat returning in time for lunch.

2 Pax $50/person
3-4 Pax $25/person


Transfers in San Jose

We can arrange for Syracuse Tours, our designated tour guide operator in San Jose, to meet you at the international airport and transfer you to your hotel. He has mini vans and a microbus. The cost is the normal taxi charge of $25 for all of you. You have the benefit of a completely honest and dependable English speaking person.

Somebody from Syracuse Tours can meet you at the passenger exit gate with a sign with your name on it. Also they can do transfers or tours to different places in Costa Rica or San Jose. They are also available for Monteverde, Arenal, Turrialba, Quepos, Peninsula de Osa, Tamarindo, Liberia and any other place accessible by car. Please give us your international flight arrival information so that we can advise Syracuse Tours when to meet you at the airport.


We can arrange in-country flights for you

We prefer to make your in-country flights arrangements for you. We can guarantee the reservation easier and more securely from here and can access space on the in-country airlines when no one else can do it. Also if we make the reservation we can manage any problems that might occur.

NATURE AIR 1 May 2003 to 30 Nov 2003:
We can arrange the round-trip flights leaving San Jose at 6:00 AM, 8:30 AM or 11:00 AM on NATURE AIR from San Jose - Pto Jiménez - San Jose. The cost for NATURE AIR is $115 one-way or $229 round trip per person.

The return flight on NATURE AIR departs Puerto Jiménez at 7:10 AM, 9:40 AM or 12:25 PM and arrives in San Jose (Pavas airport) at 8:30 AM, 10:40 AM and 1:30 PM respectively.

Nature Air will need the first and last names of all passengers. Please provide those to us if you would us to arrange the domestic flights for you.

NATURE AIR 1 Dec 2003 to 30 Apr 2004:
We can arrange the round-trip flights leaving San Jose at 6:00 AM, 8:30 AM, 11:00 AM or 2:30 PM on NATURE AIR from San Jose - Pto Jiménez - San Jose. The cost for NATURE AIR is $115 one-way or $229 round trip per person.

The return flight on NATURE AIR departs Puerto Jiménez at 7:00 AM, 9:40 AM, 12:15 PM, or 3:30 PM and arrives in San Jose (Pavas airport) at 8:30 AM, 10:40 AM, 1:30 or 4:20 PM respectively.

SANSA From 23 April to 27 November 2003:
We can arrange round-trip flights leaving at 6:00 AM and 12:30 PM on Sansa from San Jose - Puerto Jimenez. The return flight on Sansa departs Puerto Jiménez at 7:10 AM and 1:40 PM and arrives in San Jose at the International airport at 8:10 AM and 2:40 PM. The cost for Sansa is $115.00 one-way or $229.00 round trip per person.

SANSA After 28 November 2003:
We can arrange round-trip flights leaving at 6:00 AM and 14:05 PM on Sansa from San Jose - Puerto Jimenez. The return flight on Sansa departs Puerto Jiménez at 7:10 AM and 14:55 PM and arrives in San Jose at the International airport at 8:10 AM and 4:10 PM. The cost for Sansa is $115.00 one-way or $229.00 round trip per person.


Weather and Rain

San Jose: Sometimes chilly and windy. At night light jacket, sweater or long pants.
Parrot Bay Village: Warm, breezy, highs 82 - 89 degrees, lows 75 to 79 degrees. Humidity stays around 90 constantly. Informal, shorts, tennis shoes, no warm weather clothing required.

From the middle of December to the end of April it is rare that it will rain at all. This is the High Season here and excellent sunny weather can be guaranteed. Weather the rest of the year is explained below:

The "green season" is probably the best time to be in Costa Rica for a rain forest adventure. Both the North Americans who live here and the Costa Ricans prefer the wet season to the dry season. Rain here is not like it is in the temperate zones. This season is generally from 1 May to 15 Dec every year. Outdoor activities and work do not stop and you don't get cold. The general pattern is for it to rain 3 - 4 times a week most likely in the afternoon and more likely at night. The days are evenly distributed between partly cloudy or overcast. It can mist or give you 8 inches an hour. If it rains that hard you want to be here. It's incredible.

The 15th of July is the middle of a usually occurring 6 week mini-dry season. It's called canicula in Spanish and though it is not guaranteed to be rain free the possibility of rain during this time is much less than the rest of the green season. Half of June and half of August is usually included in this period.


What is there to do?
Relax with a book and tropical drink on our lounge chairs set up on the beach. For the more enthusiastic there is a volleyball court set up right on the. The hotel has ocean kayaks and mountain bikes that are for rent on a daily basis. There are a number of souvenir shops located just a 10 minute walk in Pto. Jimenez.


What to Bring
Guests are encouraged to bring only lightweight, casual clothing, sunscreen, a bathing suit, sturdy shoes or hiking boots, insect repellant and a large-beam flashlight. Binoculars are recommended.


White-Water Rafting Trips
There are no river trips by raft, kayak or canoe in this part of Costa Rica. That is only arranged out of San Jose for 1 or 2 day trips with either Rios Tropicales (506 - 233 - 6455) or Costa Rica Expeditions (506 - 257 - 0766) on the Reventazón or Paquare Rivers. They both run great trips.


What is available for my children to do?
Parrot Bay Village offers a variety of tours that are child friendly. Kayaking in the gulf, horseback riding through the rainforest, or dolphin and whale watching aboard a tour boat. The best thing for them to do is to run and play at the beach, which are steps from your private cabina.


Is there a first Aid kit?
There is a first aid kit in our reception office. There is a small pharmacy in the town of Puerto Jimenez. There is also a clinic. For medical emergencies there is a 24-hour charter flight air ambulance on call.


Do you have any children's amenities for rent or use at the hotel?
Parrot Bay has a variety of items for your children's needs available: high chair, crib, pac-n-play, hiking backpack, helmets (great for horseback riding), and lifejackets, baby monitors.


Do we need a car?
A car is not necessary here in Puerto Jimenez.  Everything you may need is with in walking distance.  There are bikes available to rent in town from Corcovado Ciclo, and taxis for hire.  If you prefer to have your own car we can arrange for a rental car to be delivered upon your domestic flight arrival or you can choose to drive in from San Jose.


How far is town from the resort?
The town of Puerto Jimenez is approximately a half-mile from Parrot Bay Village.  It is a 10-minute walk or a 3- 5-minute taxi ride, which will cost approximately $2.00 one-way.


How far is the resort from the airport?
The resort is approximately ¼ of a mile from Parrot Bay Village.  Your transfer to and from the airport is included in your stay here with us.


Are there bikes for rent?
It is possible to rent bicycles in town from Ciclo Corcovado.  They have two types of bicycles, cruisers or simple mountain bikes.  The cruisers are equipped with a basket in the front.  Bicycles rent for $1.00 an hour or $7 a day. 


Is there any nightlife in town?

Our own open-air bar and restaurant is a favorite hang out. We are the only restaurants located on the beach in Puerto Jimenez; we serve a fresh catch of the day everyday!  Our Tropical drink specials and Bocas are by far the best around, order plates of Nachos, Spicy Buffalo Wings, or fresh cerviche and sushi when available. The only restaurant with a children’s menu opens at 6 am and closes at 10 pm.

There are a few bars and restaurants in the town of Puerto Jimenez, as well as a Disco. There is Juanita's Mexican restaurant and bar. Juanita's has nightly specials and entertainment, Karaoke, crab races, and local music. There are two Pizzerias in town, IL Giardino that is located off the main Street. IL Giardino has a great atmosphere with inside restaurant seating as well as garden style seating in the back yard. They serve sushi, pizza, and Italian fare. The other Pizzeria La Vieja Italia also serves excellent pizza and they deliver within a ½ hour. If you choose to dine with them it is bring your own. 

Our newest restaurant is Jade Luna located on the way to Playa Preciosa. Owned and operated by a native New Yorker, Barbara. Barbara s menus are fantastic with menu items such as Caribbean Conch Chowder as an appetizer, Blackened Mahi Mahi and Mango Cheesecake. Barbara also makes all of her ice creams from scratch. Ice Cream is served throughout the day and the restaurant opens from 4 -10 pm Monday through Saturday. Iguana Iguana is located next to the disco it is a local watering hole for ticos and gringos alike. The disco has something going on all nights but is best on Saturday when the majority of locals have off the next day.






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