La Tierra Divina is one of the most exquisite places to stay in the south pacific region of Costa Rica. Unlike most B&B's, La Tierra Divina is unique in that it offers seperate, round shaped cabinas in which you will enjoy the privacy and beauty of nature that envelopes the property. We are located about 3 hours from San José, and only a 10 minute drive from the beach. Our location gives our guests the opportunity to experience amazing ocean and jungle views. You can see all the way to Manuel Antonio or the dramatic backdrop of the jungle that houses toucans, white face monkeys and howler monkeys.
5 on April 02, 2013
My friend and I chose the area around Dominical to hang out in for several days. We opted for La Tierra Divina over staying down in town and are soooo glad we did! It is a special place up the mountainside with ocean views and privacy. But the best part is the sights and sounds of the surrounding jungle. I sat in the lovely pool with binoculars and watched birds: chestnut-mandibled toucans, fiery-billed aracaris, numerous flycatchers and hummingbirds, a hawk or two, and more. The cabinas are lovely and comfortable, and the breakfasts alone are worth the stay. You can opt for dinner up the road at Burt's place (have Becky call or score some of her killer pasta sauce). Becky and Troy are attentive hosts and have created a magical place with sensitivity to its surroundings. There are several good beaches close by (our favs were Las Ventanas and Marina Ballenas) and Manual Antonio Park is an hour drive making this B & B an excellent home base for this part of Costa Rica's Pacific coast.
5 on January 21, 2013
Our time at La Tierra Divina was exactly like the name: Divine!! The views from this property are amazing. We got to see the jungle and the ocean all at the same time! We were only minutes from being on the sandy beach, which we really liked. We really enjoyed having our own private “cabina” which had its own bathroom and little porch overlooking the ocean, as well as parts of the lush greens of the jungle. We even saw several monkeys! Our hosts were incredible and really made our time there so comfortable and relaxed. We had breakfast every morning on our patio, listening to the birds and animals in nature while we were eating yummy crepes, banana pancakes (OMG yum!) and fresh fruit. Costa Rican coffee is also very good! During the days, we went into town and did the typical tourist stuff and then came back to a comfy bed and relaxed listening to the sounds of the monkeys howling and birds chirping. We had a TV with cable, but we really enjoyed listening to nature more than watching TV. We had a fabulous time and we can’t wait to go back!!
The ocean view cabina provides 360° views. You can see all the way to Manuel Antonio, as well as the never ending horizon across the beautiful Pacific ocean. It also provides magnificent views of the immense, dramatic jungle behind the property. This cabina offers a king size bed with private bath and patio.
$100 - $115
The jungle immersion cabina allows you to be surrounded by all of the elements of the natural jungle. You can hear the sound of the babbling quebrada (creek), while at the same time experience the spectacular view of the monkeys and toucans as they soar in the tree tops above. This cabina offers a queen size bed with private bath and patio.
$80 - $95
San Jose, Costa Rica (SJO-Juan Santamaria Intl.) 100 miles
La Tierra Divina is located in the jungles above Dominical, and only a short 5-10 minute drive to the beach. As you leave Dominical, drive 3 kilometers South on the Pan-American Coastal Highway and there will be a blue and white sign that says "Bienvenidos Escuela Dominicalito" and a soccer field on the left. Turn left at the sign, and make your first right after the soccer field, this will take you across a small river. Continue straight up this dirt road approximately 2.9 kilometers.You will then see two round buildings on your left hand side. You have arrived at La Tierra Divina!
Beach, Eco-tourism, Nature area, Ocean, Nauyaca and Diamante Waterfalls, Corcovado National Park, Marino Ballena National Park, Caño Island (Isla del Caño), Manuel Antonio (Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio), River