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Rise to the sounds of waves lapping at the shore and monkeys calling from the trees. Start the day in the company of snoozing sloths and scarlet macaws, with fresh fruits, organic eggs and local coffee to start the day off.
Your time at Kasiiya will be spent strolling white powdery beaches, paddle-boarding, kayaking, tree-climbing, hiking through the forest, and fishing. Kasiiya is a springboard for exploring the Pacific Ocean on catamarans, reaching secluded snorkelling and diving spots, and discovering the rich marine life of the Guanacaste coast.
A spa villa is tucked away in the forest, offering rejuvenating treatments such as body scrubs and massages, using exclusively natural herbs to improve energy flow.
A spacious deck high on the banks of the peninsula, raised above the forest canopy and kitted out with sun loungers and lanterns, is the perfect place to watch spectacular Pacific sunsets. Dining areas are lit by candles in the evenings and are open-sided so that guests can enjoy the gentle sea breeze. Delicious cuisine is prepared by Chef Sebastian Guevara, who incorporates fresh ingredients into each dish to showcase the flavours of Costa Rica – expect lots of fresh salads and seasonal vegetables.
Kasiiya is located 45 minutes by land from Liberia airport, south of the Nicaraguan border. There is a speedboat option for those wanting to arrive in style. If you’re driving yourself, make sure you have a 4×4. As the lodge’s maxim goes, ‘rough roads bring great people’.
Kasiiya can be visited year-round, although we’d recommend between December and April as the best time. This is considered to be the “dry season” in Costa Rica, and rainfall is at a minimum.