Stay at Portasol
Spend two nights and three days in pure Costa Rica rainforest. Get the Bungalow Special Offer.
Rent a vacation house immersed in the tropical rainforest of the Costa Rica Central Pacific region, starting from $200 per night.
Living in Portasol
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Portasol is strategically located close to top tourist attractions on the Costa Rica Central Pacific Coast, yet is secluded, peaceful and private.
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Portasol offers you an onsite concierge who can help you plan your activities during your stay, whether it is making reservations to one or more of the tour options in the area, to arranging a private chef. We recommend contacting us before your arrival to help plan your vacation.
Getting to Portasol
You can easily get to Portasol either by car or by plane. From San José to Portasol, the driving distance is 115 miles via Quepos/Manuel Antonio. From Quepos to Portasol, it is 18 miles; coming from Dominical in the south, it is only 11 miles northwest to Portasol.
Both of Costa Rica’s domestic airlines, Sansa Airlines and Nature Air, offer daily flights from San José to Quepos. The approximate flying time is 20 minutes. Private air charters are also an option. From the airport, it is a 20-minute drive to Portasol.
Weather at Portasol
Portasol Rainforest & Ocean View Living is located in the middle of the Central Pacific Coast rainforest in Costa Rica. The weather is tropical, warm and humid. The average annual temperature is around 80ºF (26ºC) and the average relative humidity is higher than 90%.
In our area, there are two well-defined seasons: the dry season, or “summer”, from December through April that is characterized by sunny days and higher temperatures; and the rainy season, also called “green season,” from May through November, when it is usually sunny in the morning and rainy and cool in the afternoon or evening.
Portasol’s altitude ranges from 150 feet (46 meters) up to 2,200 feet (670 meters) above sea level.
What to Bring?
Light and comfortable, quick-dry clothes are best; a rain jacket or poncho is a must if you visit us during the rainy season. Don’t forget your swim suit.
Comfortable, cross-training tennis shoes or hiking boots are recommended: waterproof if possible if you are visiting during the rainy season. All-terrain sandals are also a necessity.
Camera, binoculars, UVA/UVB proof sunglasses, sun hat, insect repellent, UVA/UVB sunblock, and any personal medication.