Cabinas Olguitas | Informal Campsite

Costa Rica

Details

Verified:
over 3 years ago
Altitude:
12.0 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
ledameredith.com

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - Not at Sites
Wifi:
Yes - Average
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Cold
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Unknown

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Less than a five minute walk to lovely Playa Pelada and restaurants, 2 mini grocery stores. Place is a big but somewhat ramshackle collection of cabins and parking areas. Small restaurant on site. Toilets, shower, WiFi, sinks and water hookups. Quieter than staying right on the beach, which is party central for some of the locals. Electricity if you’ve got an extension cord. They wanted $20 per night but we talked them down to $15. 45 minute walk into Nosara, or a $6 tuk-tuk ride (or hitch- plenty of folks willing to give rides into town)

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Spent 4 days here as it was the only “campsite” in all Nosara. Worth staying if you’re planning to surf playa Guiones. Owners very nice provided extension cord for our camper. The place is a bit rundown which does no make it very comfortable to stay during the day.
Pasamos 4 días aquí porque es el unico “camping” en Nosara. Vale la pena si planeas surfear en playa Guiones. Los dueños no prestaron un alargador para poder conectar nuestra camper a la red electrica. El lugar no es realmente comodo para estar durante el día.
CRC 5000 per car

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Less than a five minute walk to lovely Playa Pelada and restaurants, 2 mini grocery stores. Place is a big but somewhat ramshackle collection of cabins and parking areas. Small restaurant on site. Toilets, shower, WiFi, sinks and water hookups. Quieter than staying right on the beach, which is party central for some of the locals. Electricity if you’ve got an extension cord. They wanted $20 per night but we talked them down to $15. 45 minute walk into Nosara, or a $6 tuk-tuk ride (or hitch- plenty of folks willing to give rides into town)

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