Monkitail @ Tulemar - Located in the heart of Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica.

As part of our "Commitment to Care Global Health and Safety Program," post-Covid initiatives include temperature checks, intensified hygiene and safety measures and new guestroom protocols.

🌴 Tulemar Beach - Secluded Beach within the resort. You will have free access to the use of lounge chairs, umbrellas, kayaks, boogie boards, and towel service

🐒 Wildlife - Located within 33 acres of jungle; many species of monkeyssloths and exotic birds!

♥ The Sloth Institute of Costa Rica - Research and release facility located within Tulemar. Take the Sloth Walk daily with their research assistants; exclusively for Tulemar guests!

💪  Personal Concierge - Your Monkitail rental comes with your own personal concierge who will help with all the planning and details

🚙  Free Shuttle Service - To the Tulemar Beach and within Tulemar

🍴  Dining Options - Full-service restaurant plus our Beach Bar and Grill and 15 restaurants within 3 blocks of our front gates. Many delivery options for in-room dining.

Featured Room Types

TULEMAR - home to The Sloth Institute of Costa Rica

                                    

COVID-19 & TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS:

Updated November 16, 2021

Costa Rica, like many countries, is implementing various requirements in response to Covid19. You can find the latest entry requirements here: https://www.visitcostarica.com/en/costa-rica/planning-your-trip/entry-requirements. Please check back frequently as changes are made as the global situation evolves.

Costa Rica is not currently requiring the Covid19 vaccine to enter the country.

However, effective December 1, 2021 Costa Rica will begin requiring most commercial establishments to operate under one of two plans, as part of a phased in vaccine mandate (this is also subject to change).

  • Plan A) Establishments must verify the vaccination status of patrons 12 years old and older. Establishments included in the requirement are: restaurants, bars and casinos, stores and commercial centers, museums, gyms, hotels, worship sites, event halls, adventure tourism activities, theaters and cinemas, and sporting events. Patrons who do not provide proof of full vaccination status, will not be admitted into such establishments.

or

  • Plan B) Commercial establishments may admit unvaccinated patrons but they must operate at 50% of the facility’s capacity.

Then beginning January 8, 2022, the Plan B option expires, and commercial establishments must require proof of vaccination for all patrons 12 years old and older.

Early indications are that most establishments will opt for the early (December 1st) implementation since operating at 50% capacity is not going to be economically feasible for most businesses.

Travelers should keep their passports and vaccine certificates with them throughout their visit to Costa Rica. Tourists who are not fully vaccinated will be able to enter the country, but may be limited with regards to restaurants and certain activities.

The following groups are exempt from the requirement to present proof of vaccination:

  • Minors under 12 years of age
  • People who have a medical condition, duly accredited, which exempts them from vaccination following the policies of the Costa Rica Ministry of Health
  • Tourists entering the country will complete their Health Pass application as usual which will include providing proof of vaccinations and will promptly receive a specific QR code after their application has been reviewed and approved.

The Health Pass must be completed for each traveler 72 hours prior to arrival at https://salud.go.cr/ .

Please if you have any questions, call or email our reservations department at 1-754-261-0321 or info@monkitail.net for further information.


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