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Posted by on Tuesday, September 22, 2015 in All Vacation Rentals, Casas de Vacaciones, Matapalo Casas, Matapalo Rentals | 0 comments

Boca Sombrero – Rio Sombrero

Casa Rio Sombrero is a beautiful, warm and welcoming two-bedroom house, ideal for two couples or a small family. The spacious kitchen is located in the center of the open-structured, ground-floor living area. Next to the wooden sundeck it offers a small jacuzzi-size freah-water dipping pool. This very quiet and private thatch roof structure is framed by the Sombrero River in the back and the beach out front.


  •   2 rooms, 1 netted king size bed per room, sleeps 4,
  •     a large, well-equipped kitchen with bar
  •     dining room that seats 8
  •     large teak deck with table; thatched covered awning
  •     bedrooms with balcony
  •     shower with hot and cold running water
  •     toilet
  •     ‘Jacuzzi’-sized dipping pool
  •     wireles internet
  •     110 Volt solar power
  •     linens & towels
  •     hot running water
  •     refrigerator/freezer
  •     gas range
  •     3 x per week of housekeeping (changing sheets, towels, sweeping, general cleaning)
  •     English/German/Spanish speaking managers Monika and Walter, on site.
  •     lockable storage room


Boca Sombrero is located around 50 m from the beach Playa Sombrero, close to Cabo Matapalo. Very close by there is a Restaurant/ Bar called “Martina’s” where you can dine out.

Additional Info

For all of our vacation rentals, please inquire for rates as they do vary for holidays and peak times. All rates include taxes & cleaning.

Osa Tropical can also make reservations for domestic flights, car rentals, and hotel stays, and we can arrange taxis to make your vacation a breeze!

Just contact us today for a quote and let us start your vacation today!



All of the houses around the Osa Peninsula area are eco-houses that use solar power. Solar power is a renewable energy and thus helps to reduce global warming.

Usually the light during the day is sufficient to light up the rooms, as the sun rises at 5 and goes down around 5:30pm-6:00pm.  Since the house is not equipped with strong light bulbs or fluorescent lights, you’ll also need to use candles, lanterns, and flashlights.


We advice you to not bring coffee makers, radios, stereos, hairdryers, and other appliances.  These appliances will drain a lot of the solar energy, leaving none for basic use. You may bring battery chargers for your video and still cameras. Remember to unplug appliances when finished charging.

We recommend to turn off all lights, fans and other small appliances when not in direct use.