GAIA’S VIP SERVICE includes a tropical Welcome Drink, transportation to and from the beautiful beaches of Manuel Antonio and the National Park (every day from 7:30AM to 4:30PM), a complimentary guided Tour in our own Nature Reserve (every Monday, Wednesday and Saturdays), FREE WIFI access throughout the property, your own private Concierge who will assist you in all your needs and arrangements, Usage of our Exercise Room, Free local and international phone calls, Twice Daily maid service and Free 24/7 medical consultation. For our guests from the age of 13 years, all reservations also include one 20 minutes treatment per guest per stay available at our Terra Spa from 10am to 2:40pm daily. You can choose from: (A) Back Relief (B) Hands & Feet Renewal or a (C) Mini Organic Facial, two tapas and two free house cocktails at La Luna Restaurant that can be used arrival night.


Isla del Caño Tour

Isla del Caño – Cano Island became a Biological Reserve in 1978, helping to preserve an important part of the natural and indigenous history of Costa Rica. The Island lies 17 km. due west of Marenco on the Pacific Ocean, in front of the Corcovado National Park, in the Osa Peninsula.  The island originated between 40 and 50 million years ago, as a result of the movement of tectonic plates, when the Cocos  plate sunk under the Caribbean plate causing its emergence.  During pre-Colombian times this area was an Indian cemetery.

Excavations have revealed rests of pottery, carved stone artifacts, and the stone spheres typical to the Osa Peninsula area.  Other interesting findings have led archaeologists to believe that indigenous cultures used the island as a key trading point along the Pacific Coast.

Cano Island attracts visitors to its beaches, coral beds, sea life and migratory birds.  Famous for having Costa Rica´s largest concentration of coral-building organisms along the Pacific Ocean, Cano Island Biological Reserve plays host to schools of tangs, jacks and needlefish, boring sponges, diadem sea urchins, sea cucumbers, crustaceans, parrot fish, puffers, damselfish, large schools of barracudas, tunas, and moray eels that present an ever-changing panorama to those who venture below the surface for some of the best snorkeling and scuba diving in Costa Rica.  Snorkelers and divers spend hours below the oceans surface investigating the variety of life found among the Porites and Pocillopora coral reefs.

This tour takes an entire day, departing at 6 am from Gaia and arriving at 7 am to Uvita.  The return would be departing from Uvita at 4 to 4:30 pm and back to Gaia at 5:30 pm.  This trip offers includes snorkeling (NO SCUBA DIVING), breakfast, lunch and transportation.

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