Punta Jaguar is a towering three-story tree house, built with unique, breathtaking views of the ocean and jungle. It is located in Cabo Matapalo, at the southern tip of the Peninsula. The is considered as the most biologically diverse place on Earth. As the tree house is situated 500 above sea level, you will enjoy the constant sea breezes and the sounds of the jungle all around. You will be able to explore the wildlife including myriad species of birds, capuchin monkeys, scarlet macaws, sloths, humpback whales, eagles, hummingbirds, titis, howler monkey and many more. There are beaches, lowland rainforest, mountains, and rainforest. Punta Jaguar is the perfect place for enjoying adventure activities as well as to spend some tranquil time. This place is perfect for the honeymooners, surf lovers, sand lovers, nature lovers and lovers in general.
Punta Jaguar provide simple but luxurious accommodations artfully crafted from a mix of local woods—teak, purple heart, manu and other materials collected locally. The accommodation is decorated with hand craft made by Eva and Brian Lovely– and local artisans. There you will find hand crafted spiral staircase, furnishings and cabinetry and also the artful windows through which you will enjoy the beautiful view. All the art works reflect Lovely’s deep sense of respect and love for this amazing location.
While staying at Punta Jaguar you will get opportunity to enjoy many types of activities including hiking, bird watching, fishing, horseback riding, exploring the multiple diverse biospheres. If you don’t want to take part in adventure activities, you can just spend relaxing time in one of the most beautiful spots on Earth. If you love Yoga or surfing you can take the lesson offered by the tree house. Punta Jaguar also offers delicious meals prepared by personal chef, taxi services, shopping services, horseback riding, monkey and wildlife refuge tour, whale or dolphin watching, and sports fishing.
Cabo Matapalo, Matapalo, Puntarenas, Costa Rica
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