The Chameleon is just above the impressive Mediterranean-style village of Las Catalinas, and it overlooks a string of beaches (Danta, Dantita, Pan de Azucar, Prieta, Penca and Potrero), with the town of Flamingo visible on the other side of Potrero Bay. The international airport in Liberia is 45 minutes away, and there are grocery stores, restaurants and bars a few minutes away in Potrero, Flamingo and Brasilito.
Adventure opportunities abound by land and by sea — ziplining, sunset cruises and scuba diving the Las Catalinas Islands are all popular attractions for guests.
“One aspect that attracted us to this locale was the overall master plan of Las Catalinas, the extensive trail system they have that’s for hiking and biking, which is tailored to all experience levels,” Reynolds said. “And they have a local aquatic and land adventure store where you can rent kayaks, paddleboards and mountain bikes.”
Whether you’re planning an adrenaline-fueled, fat-burning vacation or a time-out for leisure and relaxation, the overall experience here will exceed your expectations, and will make you want to come back for more.
My girlfriend, Guiselle, couldn’t stop staring at the endless ocean view off our balcony. She stayed there for hours.
“This place for me is a dream come true,” she said. “No hay palabras.”
Translation: “There are no words.”