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Bahia Encantada

Bahia Encantada

These beachfront condos are a great fit for those looking for a livelier vacation. The beautiful pool and horseshoe design help provide more of a resort type feel. There is also a very popular beachfront bar conveniently located right next door. For those looking to meet new people and interact with other guests, Bahia Encantada is a great option.

Located just outside of downtown Jaco, this community gives the necessary privacy that guests seek while being only a $2 taxi ride away from all the bars and restaurants.

2 and 3 bedroom options are available which all have beautiful ocean views.

We accept rentals on a nightly, weekly and monthly basis.

*3 night minimum

  • JACO COSTA RICA: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW When considering a vacation in Jacó Beach Costa Rica. It is also imperative to be cognizant of what you can expect to spend while in town. Below is a list of normal day-to-day expenses that the average vacationer can expect:


    Food at the Supermarket: Food at local supermarkets is neither expensive nor inexpensive. The trap many fall into is thinking Supermarket prices in Costa Rica are extremely cheap when they are actually only slightly less expensive than in The United States.

    Dinner Out: A dinner at a nice restaurant will cost about exactly the same as you would pay back home. There are also many cheaper options in Jacó with average dishes costing between US$10 and $20.

    Drinks: Beer at a local bar costs roughly $3 with mixed drinks costing between US$4 and US$7.

    Taxis: A taxi anywhere in Jacó will cost roughly US$2. To go to nearby playa Hermosa costs US$10 and it is about $15 to go to Herradura.

    Bus: You won’t need to travel by bus in Jacó. However, if you choose to travel by bus, here are some prices: San Jose: $5 Manuel Antonio: $3 Puntarenas: $3

    ATM Charges: It depends on your bank, but the average charge per transaction at a local ATM is US$3-$5.

    Cell Phone: A lot of people choose to purchase a local cell phone. A basic cell phone can be bought for less than US$50. Prepaid plans are extremely inexpensive, costing anywhere from US$2-$30.

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  • Hear what our guests think of Bahia Encantada!

    Diana Fortin
    Diana Fortin
    01:28 23 Jan 17
    My first time in Costa Rica and the Bahia Encantada was wonderful. We rented a two bedroom condo on the beach and could not have been happier. We stayed for over two weeks and didn't want to go home. The security is wonderful and is always there to help and make you feel secure and safe. Love this place and can't wait to return.
    Shannon Plaquet
    Shannon Plaquet
    14:27 10 Apr 17
    One of my favorite condos in Jaco. Off the beaten path, but still very convenient access to everything.
    houz md
    houz md
    20:49 08 Dec 16
    My trip was booked through Lost Beach Vacations which told me how nice this place was. Very wrong!! My visit was Horrible! This place is under major renovations. Workers show up at 7:00am and the noise starts and goes all day. Scaffoldings are up around the buildings and workers are looking through the windows at you. The elevator only worked 2 of the 6 days we were there. We had to walk 4 flights of stairs several times a day. There is a bar next door which plays music extremely loud till 3:00am. finally get to sleep and 5:00 am the roosters start crowing. Poor water pressure and hot water.This is the worst stay I have ever experienced and Lost Beaches DID NOTHING. Oh WiFi was not working on top of all that!
    Joyce Brienen
    Joyce Brienen
    07:51 22 Mar 16
    Great place to stay with family, esp when staying longer than a couple days. Walk to grocery store, downtown, beach, pool is directly outside the units. Use the kitchen to prepare your own foods. Use washer and dryer if needed. Feel safe in a gated community. Restaurant next door (but with higher than average prices/ a tourist trap) This place is like being at home.
    john huey
    john huey
    18:32 19 Aug 16
    My 1st time to Costa Rica and this was a great place to stay. Food and shopping are close enough to walk under a mile from town. From Southern California
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