Nammbu Bungalows

Nammbu Bungalows

Perched on the coastal highlands overlooking the sun kissed Pacific Ocean, this unique property is just steps away from the pristine, inspiring Carrillo Beach on the Nicoya Peninsula.  Just south of Samara Beach, Nammbu Bungalows is casually elegant and family orientated with spectacular views from every corner. A fusion of chic-comfort, relaxation and eco-luxury, indulge in Nammbu`s intimate yet spacious bungalows, immersion into the unspoiled natural beauty and embrace the Guanacaste, Costa Rica weather that equates to an endless summer.

Enjoy an exceptional level of individual service, the remarkable culinary offerings while experiencing the magical sunsets, fun filled days of adventure and an ambiance of tranquility as this oceanfront oasis.   Nammbu is the epitome of a luxury hotel in Guanacaste, Costa Rica where specially created moments await!

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    Free Parking
    Payment Information
    Coffee Bar
    Bilingual Guide
    Credit cards are accepted
    Security 24 / 7
    Reading room

    How to get here

    Nammbu Bungalows is in the northern province of Guanacaste so if you are arriving into the Liberia Airport, you are only a couple of hours away. Take a right out of the airport and drive southwards down the Nicoya Peninsula.

    When you get to the historical town of Nicoya (which is worth a walk around), you will take the road to Samara which is a popular beach town with some great restaurants and an organic market.  Keep going and Playa Carrillo is just around the corner.

    If you are coming from San Jose, get onto the Route 27 and then the Pan-American Highway until you reach the turn off to go over the Friendship Bridge that will get you to the Nicoya Peninsula. Once you reach the main road that takes you north up the Peninsula, take a right until you reach Nicoya.  Take the road to Samara and then Carrillo which is the next beach down.

    Our Recommendation: While on the other side of the country, it is so worth the trip! Remember that Costa Rica is pretty small and the contrast between the beautiful beaches and Guanacaste lowlands to the dense rainforest that encompasses the water canals that take you to Manatus Costa Rica. Just amazing!