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Villa in Dominical
Casa Ramon
Casa Ramon
ﺩ.ﺇ3,739 per night
Villa in Montego Bay
Calypso Shores
Calypso Shores is a fabulous beachfront luxury villa in Jamaica. Situated within the Lagoons, a gated community near Montego Bay, the villa enjoys exceptional seclusion and a private beach. Gorgeous alfresco living spaces, breathtaking lagoon views, exquisite living and dining areas, and four suburb bedroom suites create an enchanting destination for families and groups of friends. Your vacation rental includes a cook, butler, gardener, and housekeeping, as well as excellent water sport/leisure equipment including a thirteen-foot Hobie sailboat. The villa's beautiful crescent beach is perfect for swimming, sunbathing, picnics on the sand, or setting out onto the sparkling expanse of the lagoon. A beautiful seaside deck invites you to luxuriate on loungers or relish a sunset meal. Closer to the villa, the ample terrace includes a gorgeous, heart-shaped swimming pool surrounded by elegant lounge furniture. A columned dining pavilion is the ideal setting for sea-view meals, before savoring delicious cocktails on the veranda. The interior is elegant yet understated, perfectly cozy yet cool—ideal for quiet evenings and peaceful mornings together. Share a bottle of wine in the den before dinner, and watch your favorite shows on TV. Gather in the classy dining room, with its table for ten and enchanting lighting, and relish an unforgettable feast. The villa features two king bedroom suites, one suite with queen bed, and one with two twin-size beds. All four bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms as well as air conditioning and safes. The spacious primary bedroom features a king bed, expansive views of the lagoon, a lounge area, an ensuite bathroom with stand-alone tub and shower, and a private balcony with bistro set. The primary guest suite also has a king bed, private balcony, and lagoon views. As guests at the Lagoons, you'll enjoy shared access to its outstanding amenities, including tennis courts, a waterfront gym, and a 25-meter lap pool. In addition to your private beach, you can take a short drive to Doctors Cave Beach. Golfers are close to Half Moon, Tryall Golf Club, and White Witch. Sangster International Airport is less than eight kilometers away. Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All rights reserved. BEDROOM & BATHROOM • Bedroom 1: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower & bathtub, Private balcony, Lagoon view • Bedroom 2: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Private balcony, Lagoon view • Bedroom 3: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower & bathtub • Bedroom 4: 2 Twin size beds (or King size bed), Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower & bathtub OUTDOOR FEATURES • Private dock • More under “What this place offers” below STAFF & SERVICES  Included: • Gardener At Extra Cost: • Babysitting service • More under “Add-on services” below
ﺩ.ﺇ3,856 per night
Villa in Junquillal
Diosa del Mar
Tropical artists' estate overlooking the sea
ﺩ.ﺇ5,508 per night

Other great luxury vacation rentals in Central America

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Villa Paraiso - Manuel Antonio
ﺩ.ﺇ7,161 per night
Villa in Tamarindo
Sunset House
ﺩ.ﺇ5,839 per night
Villa in Dominical
Ventanas Villa
ﺩ.ﺇ3,672 per night
Villa in Tamarindo
Casa Alang Alang
ﺩ.ﺇ10,245 per night
Villa in Ocho Rios
Canoe Cove
ﺩ.ﺇ16,158 per night
Villa in Punta Leona
Villa Avalon
ﺩ.ﺇ7,712 per night
Villa in Cornwall County
Palm Villa
ﺩ.ﺇ6,937 per night
Villa in Los Pargos
Villa Floramar
ﺩ.ﺇ4,627 per night
Villa in San Pedro
Caribbean Soul Villa
ﺩ.ﺇ3,489 per night
Villa in St. James
Silent Waters
ﺩ.ﺇ15,235 per night
Villa in San Pedro
Villa Solemar
ﺩ.ﺇ3,489 per night
Villa in Ocotal
Villa Estrella
ﺩ.ﺇ14,542 per night

All about Central America

Planning a vacation in Central America? We’re here to help!

A delicate chain linking the US and Mexico to the north with South America to the south, Central America is roughly the size of Texas, but it packs a whole lot into a relatively small space. Sitting not far from the equator, it’s got a definite tropical paradise vibe, with sparkling turquoise ocean (laidback Caribbean on one side, pounding Pacific on the other) along its lengthy coastline and lush green rainforest cloaking its interior, punctuated by the giant peaks of more than 300 volcanoes. There’s supreme surfing and sublime scuba diving in all that briny blue, while on land you can explore national forests packed with chattering, squeaking, squawking wildlife or travel 4,00 years back in time at some of the most magnificent Mayan ruins you’ve ever seen.

Costa Rican riches

Costa Rica, the “rich coast” can be found at the southern end of the Central American chain, and its people have made laidback living their specialty. Costa Ricans, known as Ticos, have a favorite phrase, Pura Vida, which translates as “pure life”, but which is basically about being relaxed, carefree and living life to the fullest. Adopt it as your vacation greeting, add in a sprinkling of Spanish phrases and you’re all set for a warm welcome from the easy-going locals.

Make the most of that gilded coastline, lounging on golden beaches, surfing up a storm in Pacific swells or nursing a rum punch on Caribbean sands. Trek through the jungle spotting jaguars and toucans, hike to a volcanic rim or zipline above a misty cloud forest – it’s hard to be bored in this small but mighty vacation gem.

So when’s the best time to hit Costa Rica? Well, really the question is when is the best time for you because it depends which treasures you’re hoping to find. Broadly speaking, there are two seasons: dry (roughly mid-November to April) and wet (roughly May to mid-Nov). In the peak, dry season things can get pretty busy, with all those North American and European vacationers flying south for the winter, but most would agree that the beaches bathed in sunshine from dawn till dusk are worth sharing.

It takes between 3 and 7 hours to fly to Costa Rica from most US cities, and most international flights land in either Juan Santamaría International Airport in the country’s capital, San José, or Liberia's Daniel Oduber International Airport in the northwest of the country, near the beaches of Guanacaste.

Beautiful Belize

Belize is another small but perfectly formed treat. It’s known for being an outstanding diving destination, with a barrier reef that’s the second largest in the world – not bad for a country roughly the same size as Massachusetts. Rainforest rambles will uncover big cats, a rainbow of feathered friends and Mayan monoliths telling stories of a great ancient civilization.

Belize’s subtropical climate sees a high season from late November to mid-April, when rain is scarce and the average daytime temperature on the coast and cayes is around 80 degrees. But watch out from December through February, when sporadic gusts of wind blowing from the north, known as "northers" can hit the coast and islands hard and hang around for a few days at a time. The rainy season runs from June to mid-November, and the hurricane season overlaps it from July to October, with the most active months being August, September, and October. Perhaps the best time to visit is between January and early April when it’s not quite as hot or humid, and the sea is clear, calm and perfect for strapping on that snorkel mask.

It takes around two hours to fly to Belize from four major cities in the US: Miami, New Orleans, Houston or North Carolina, while flights out of Los Angeles connect through Guatemala and El Salvador. From the main points of entry, the Philip Goldson International Airport and the Belize City Municipal Airstrip, you can catch a local flight to Ambergris Caye – around 15 minutes by air from mainland Belize – or you can take a speedboat water taxi from downtown Belize City.

Experience our luxury vacation rentals in Central America

So you want to bask on the beaches of the Nicoya Peninsula, scale the Arenal volcano and explore the misty Monteverde cloud forest? Then our Costa Rica rentals are just what you’re looking for. Choose from jungle hideaways in the trees or beachside villas overlooking Pacific waves, all beautifully appointed for a luxury vacation to remember.

Our rentals in Belize give you access to the charms of Ambergris Caye and the best diving in Great Blue Hole and Hol Chan Marine Reserve, while magnificent Mayan cities are waiting to be explored at Lamanai, Altun Ha and Caracol on the mainland. Find secluded island romance at our Cayo Espanto villas, or chill out by your private pool at one of our properties in Ambergris Caye.