Tango mar beach house with infinity pool! – vrbo electricity generation


Casa “Mas Mañanas” is built on a cliff overlooking the beautiful Pacific Coast of Costa Rica. It is located inside the Tango Mar resort community with access to the amenities of the resort: a boutique hotel with great restaurant and bar, spa services, horseback riding on the beach, 9 hole golf course, tennis etc.

Tango Mar is a resort, but the location of Casa Mas Mañanas is so private that you feel you are in the middle of the jungle. With no neighbors visible on either side, you simply hear the waves of the Pacific crashing on the beach in front of you.

Numerous bird species, howler and white faced monkeys, and a jungle creek that runs along the back of the house enhance the serene and tropical feel. Additionally, a short jungle trail takes you down to the beach and the hotel in less than one minute!

Mas Mañanas is a traditional beach house, with an open kitchen and living area and two fully enclosed air conditioned master suites with king beds and en suite bathrooms. It has two more air conditioned bedrooms and a bathroom in the guesthouse casita, sleeping up to 6 people. Plenty of ceiling fans help circulate the air along the deck and in the bedrooms, and enhance the cooling effect of the Ocean breezes. Every feature of this house was designed to give its guests the true tropical Costa Rica experience. But in case you miss it, wireless internet is also available!

Enjoy what the Southern Nicoya peninsula has to offer: great surf in Sta Teresa and Mal Pais, shopping, great restaurants and a bohemian atmosphere in Montezuma, natural parks in Curu, Isla Tortuga and Cabo Blanco, fishing, zip-lines, or just relax in your hammock with a glass of wine and the sound of the waves in your own private tropical paradise!

We loved the open concept of the house, the pool was amazing, and the views exceeded expectations! Saw iguanas, many macaws, butterflies, and heard howler monkeys and roosters each day. The neighborhood dog also came to visit almost every day.

The house is rustic. Took awhile to figure out the showers, and all of the noises. (We thought there was a bird trapped in the cupboard until we realized geckos make a clicking sound.) You are in the middle of a jungle so expect bugs and noises. I already miss the sound of the surf breaking!

Our vacation wouldn’t have been as wonderful if it wasn’t for Javier and his crew–Jason, Gustavo, and Elvies. They were wonderful and took great care of us. I would return just to hang out with these guys again. They went above and beyond for us and answered about a million of my emails. My family loved these guys!

In terms of getting to the house, I would skip San Jose and Liberia completely. We hesitated in spending the extra money for Sansa airlines to take us to Tambor. When we return, we will be taking the flight through Sansa. Definitely skip the San Jose traffic. It’s pretty crazy!

My husband, adult daughter, and I just got back from a week at "Mas Mananas," and we’re already trying to figure out how we can swing a two week stay next year. The house is amazing, the location is just incredible, and Javier–who manages the house–is 100% reliable and absolutely delightful to work with.

We wanted a combination of cool new adventures and plenty of time just hanging out , so we structured our stay such that we’d go out on an adventure one day and stay home to chill around the pool or nap in a hammock the next. Javier was flexible and super-easy to work with, making all the arrangements for our outings, which included 1) horseback riding on the beach and in the jungle 2) ATVing to the canopy zipline tour and Montezuma waterfalls and 3) boat trip to snorkel and visit Tortuga (Note: we almost chickened out of the zipline tour, but are SO glad we didn’t–it was hands down the best part of the whole trip!)

"Mas Mananas" itself is nothing short of breathtaking. The photos in the listing don’t come close to doing it justice. The whole open air living area is much larger than we’d thought it would be, the two bedrooms (each with its own bath) are more attractive than they appear in the photos, the infinity pool is definitely bigger than it looks, and the views from virtually everywhere are absolutely spectacular. All you see is ocean, treetops, parrots, pelicans, and numerous other birds and wildlife. We even saw white-faced monkeys in the trees in the early morning and late afternoon. The sound of the waves breaking against the shore is constant, and the beach is less than a five minute walk away down the hill at the Tango Mar Resort.

The split bedroom design and living in the outdoors was phenomenal. The views breathtaking and the infinity pool amazing, and so welcoming after a day of exploring. We didn’t rent a car and had Javier pick us up in Liberia. The ride to the house is about 4 hours, but the advantages are worth it. Seeing the diverse countryside gives one a great feel for this beautiful country. You could fly from Liberia to Tambor, if you can get flights to match up. The excursions Javier offers are many, and reasonably priced. We especially enjoyed the 4 hour ATV tour. The people in Tambor, Montezuma and everywhere we stopped were extremely friendly and accommodating. Javier’s tour guides, especially Jason were all easy to work worth and most speak English very well. The house is well equipped for cooking. We used the very nice gas grill for making meals. Tango Mar Resort also has a restaurant within walking distance. The hill is a bit steep but not an issue for most. Having laundry facilities on site was also a huge plus. I can’t think of a better option for a vacation. By far the nicest place we’ve ever rented on VRBO. Thanks Javier and Daniel. It was indeed a pleasure.