Looking for vacation home rentals? Located on the Golfo Dulce, Puerto Jimenez is the largest town on the Osa Peninsula
. Part of the province of Puntarenas
, this town is the gateway to the Corcovado National Park
. Being the last stop before the park, many people come here to stock up on supplies and book tours before starting their trek.
The Costa Rican weather varies from province to province due to extreme changes in elevation. Being close to sea level, Puerto Jimenez has warmer, more humid temperatures, although not as oppressively humid then the towns on the Caribbean side. The dry season goes from December to April, with the other months bringing more rain. Even days in the rainy season usually receive about 5 hours of sunshine on average. Temperatures average around 25 degrees Celsius, annually.Staying in a vacation home rental
means taking a holiday and being able to experience life as a local – even grocery shopping can be an adventure. Every day you can wake up in your custom picked accommodation and try to catch a glimpse of the rare scarlet macaw flying over head. Indulge in activities that are available around your Owner Direct accommodations, such as treks through Corcovado, bird watching, eco tours, and ending the day with a beautiful sunset
. For those up for more adventure there is kayaking, rappelling, mountain biking and scuba diving
. When you’re not enjoying your vacation rental, you will enjoy everything that Puerto Jimenez has to offer.
Vacationers can find holiday lodging directly from owners in the form of villa, apartment, cabin, home, and condo rentals in Costa Rica
. In the midst of local restaurants, reggae bars and shops, this tranquil town offers different types of vacation rentals to suit anyone’s needs. From simple lodgings, to the luxury condo rental, there is accommodation for every budget.
Why stay in a Puerto Jimenez hotel when you can stay in a vacation rental? Owner Direct has been matching holiday guests with privately-owned short term and long term vacation rentals since 1994. Book your accommodations now, and find yourself in the tropical paradise of Costa Rica.