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The 3 Coolest Hostels In Costa Rica

Or join a game of pick-up volleyball, the choice is yours. For accommodations, Selina Monteverede offers private rooms, micro rooms, dorm style rooms and suites. For accommodations, Selina La Fortuna offers private rooms, teepee tents, dorm style rooms and suites.Check out the bathrooms or the hammocks to chill in.
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The frequent public bus down the hill to the beach/national park area takes about five minutes and costs just 300 colones per person. The trip to Quepos costs the same and takes around 20 minutes. Right in the center of town we guarantee a friendly clean hostel , comfy beds and a free breakfast every morning.
Breakfast consists of fresh exotic fruits, sweet pancakes, and a cup of Costa Rican coffee. Depending on the season, the prices for a single bed start from $9 per night. The prices for a private room start from $42 per night.

This laidback retreat is oh so colourful and has plenty of wooden furniture for you to sit back and relax in. Within a 5 minute walk you reach a beautiful beach, where you can rent a bicycle to explore your new surroundings.
With many on-site activities and daily tours, you’re sure to have fun and learn throughout your time here. For a great stay away from the tourist crowds, Cascada Verde always makes the list of best hostels in Costa Rica. Great for the beach bums, you can hear the waves from Nosara Beach Hostel. Dee, the owner, is like the cool older sister as she welcomes you like family.
They have a nice eco-friendly vibe and they also offer camping. Fun hostel in town owned by two woman who do a great job running the place. The shared kitchen is a bit small but they have a large garden with a mango tree so you can get as many free mangoes as you want! Breakfast isn’t included but they have free coffee until 10 AM. There is a considerate smoking and non smoking area. Samara is a fun, small mellow beach in the southern Guanacaste province, perfect for travelers of all ages.

One of our highlights traveling through Costa Rica was staying in the spectacular Bolita Rainforest Hostel, on the fringe of Corcovado National Park. The park is considered one of the world’s most biodiverse regions. Entrance to the park is expensive and we were very lucky to discover the Bolita Eco Hostel allowing us to experience this flawless slice of nature. The hostel is located on a large piece of rainforest that borders Corcovado Park with no fences separating the park and hostel grounds.
There is a barbecue and guests can make use of free WiFi and free private parking. The room was very comfortable and the shared areas were nice. You can book your hostel with Hostelworld as they have the biggest inventory and best deals. If you want to stay somewhere other than a hostel, use Booking.com as they consistently return the cheapest rates for guesthouses and cheap hotels. Costa Rica was the very first place I ever visited, kick-staring a journey that would eventually take me around the world and launch my career as a travel writer.

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