Located on the Northwestern shoreline of Costa Rica, Tamarindo is a charming fishing town. The picturesque region opens a doorway to the romance and serenity of flat lands, green mountains and rich foliage. Because of the unique climate, the region boasts a tremendous diversity of terrain from dense rain forests to airy deciduous forests, towering active volcanoes to lush sugarcane fields, and thick lagoons to unburdened beaches. The natural wonders of this region are so astonishing that, for a moment, you forget the world you have left behind once you have crossed the threshold into nature’s playground.
Surrounded by tropical forests and marine parks, Cala Luna is a peaceful setting to soothe the spirit. Consistent with traditional Central American style architecture, Cala Luna was constructed with tropical farm-grown woods. The villas blend marvelously with the abundant silver palms, delicate hibiscus, colorful bougainvillea and other exotic foliage. The resort features twenty-one luxury Villas, each with a private swimming pool.
In addition to the private villas, there are 20 deluxe hotel rooms. All are surrounded by luxurious vegetation of abundant silver palms, delicate hibiscus and colorful bougainvillea.