Private Shuttle to Bosque en el Cielo

Transportation to Bosque en el Cielo

Bosque en el Cielo Villa sits atop a private 30-acre rain forest reserve overlooking the Pacific Ocean to the west and untrammeled primary forest to the east.

The airy octagonal design of the home is engineered to cool occupants with ocean breezes by day and descending rain forest mists by night.
Outdoor facilities include a poolside thatched rancho with bar and grill, several foot trails through the adjoining rain forest reserve, a private waterfall, and a chlorine-free infinity-edge pool plus numerous hammocks strategically placed for maximum siesta possibilities.
Indigenous wildlife that frequent Bosque del Cielo include: Toucans and toucanets, parrots, hummingbirds, white eagles, falcons, wild turkeys, white face monkeys, and lots more.


The Villa features 3 beautifully detailed bedrooms and 3 full baths and sleeps 6-8 people comfortably.
The master bedroom occupies the whole of the upstairs with 360-degree views of both ocean and rain forest. The first floor consists of 2 bedrooms, 2 baths (with private terraces), and a large open living space that spills out onto a 3,200 sq. ft. wrap-around terrace with an infinity-edge swimming pool.
In the upstairs master bedroom, there is have a king-size bed. Downstairs in the two symmetrical rooms, there are have two single beds in each room. Those two single beds are usually put together to form king size beds. In addition, there is a single couch in one of the downstairs rooms. All the beds have orthopedic mattresses for maximum sleeping comfort.
Amenities include air-conditioning, ceiling fans throughout, 30-inch gas cooktop, large fridge and freezer, Stainless steel gas grill, satellite TV, DVD player, stereo system.
On request: Chef services, laundry services, maid services, itinerary planning service, bartending service, massages, and two ocean Kayaks.


Nearby activities include Canopy rides, Waterfall-tours, horseback tours, surfing lessons, mangrove kayaking, fishing, as well as diving and snorkeling trips to Cano Island, and much more.