Luxury All-Inclusive Micro-Resort in Costa Rica

Luxury All-Inclusive Micro-Resort in Costa Rica

Cocktails and Dreams! Food and drinks found at Villa Buena Onda Costa Rica All Inclusive

Feeling overheated in the Costa Rican sun? Just stay close to the water and not too far from the bar for instant relief during your trip to a Costa Rica all-inclusive like Villa Buena Onda in Playas del Coco!.


Cacique is the famous Costa Rican brand of Guaro. Guaro is considered the national drink of Costa Rica. It is a sweet clear liquor produced from sugar cane. It is a good idea to stick to the brand name and avoid bootleg versions..

Costa Rican Cocktails


Chiliguaro is a shot made of hot sauce and guaro. It is usually served with a slice of lime on the top and sometimes a salt rim. It is really good, but if you dislike spicy things, this shot is probably not for you.


Miguelito is a shot made of guaro, coconut water, and evaporated milk. It’s a nice sweet shot with a tropical feel.

Guaro Sour

The guaro sour is a cocktail made by mixing guaro, lime juice, a pinch of sugar, and club soda and served over ice.

Pura Vida

The term “Pura Vida” directly translates to “pure life”.

A Pura Vida cocktail is made by mixing triple sec, orange juice, pineapple juice, and a splash of Sprite with a little grenadine mixed in. It is fruity and refreshing on a hot day.

Piña Colada

The Piña Colada is a mix of rum, coconut, pineapple, and lime juices that has been delighting tourists since the 1950’s. This drink developed a bad rap due to its adoption and mistreatment on far too many Caribbean cruises.

Fortunately, in Costa Rica, there has been a renaissance as craft-focused bartenders reclaimed the original recipe, once again focusing on solid ingredients and proper proportions. This is the type of quality drink you can enjoy at Villa Buena Onda Costa Rica all-inclusive!

This Colada is sweet, but balanced, with crisp rum and tart fruit complementing the rich coconut. Put one of these in everyone’s hand, and let the good times roll.

Fruits of Villa Buena Onda Costa Rica

Mature Trees


Mangos are known to boost immunity, improve eye, skin, and hair health, and even fight diabetes and some cancers. This tour have three different packages and they have extra fees:


Soursop is a fruit that’s popular for its delicious flavor and impressive health benefits. It’s very dense and provides a good amount of fiber and vitamin C for very few calories.

Although the spiky skin seems intimidating, it is really one of the most refreshing fruits in Costa Rica and its flavor is most like a pear. It is known for its healthy properties and many believe that it can combat cancer.

Coconut ​​ 

The young coconut water, called “Pipa”, helps revive you after too much sun or drink. It’s also thought to help with seasickness or just for a shot of energy. Both coconut meat and water are used for digestion problems, gastritis, ulcers, and liver ailments.


As the earliest-flowering stone fruit, the almond tree has the added bonus of also being an ornamental flowering tree, growing 10 to 15 feet high, and replete with fragrant pink or white flowers in early spring. These are often not prolific.


Called “carambola” in Costa Rica, Star Fruit is a powerful antioxidant with lots of C and B-complex vitamins. The tart fruit is served as a natural juice in Costa Rica and as a garnish.

At Villa Buena Onda Costa Rica, we use fruit, herbs, and vegetables from local farmers. Some of the Costa Rican herbs and vegetables we use now are: 

Cherry Tomatoes-Green Beans-Garlic-Onions-Parsley-Radishes-Cilantro-Basil-Mint-Sage-Tarragon-Rosemary 

Some herbs and vegetables are used preventatively as an antioxidant and natural cleanser. They also serve for an upset stomach, vomiting, and diarrhea.

New Trees Growing at Villa Buena Onda Costa Rica


 Kahalu is a popular avocado that comes between August-November, but can be an alternate bearer, producing fruit every other year. The avocados are large and oblong with a small seed and thin green skin.



Cas, or Costa Rican guava, is known by different local names such as acid guava or sour guava. The tree can grow to 10 meters tall. It is known primarily in Costa Rica, although it also grows in other tropical countries in the Americas. The fruit is round to oval, green, and 3-5 centimeters long. From a nutritional point of view, it is very desirable as a source of fiber and vitamin C and is considered a natural antioxidant rich in polyphenolic compounds. It also contains phosphorus, potassium, copper, vitamin A, folic acid, a small amounts of B vitamins.


A great shot of fresh vitamin C is available at any breakfast you have at Villa Buena Onda Costa Rica all-inclusive!


These small bananas are sweeter and tangier than other bananas.


This common Costa Rican fruit is helpful for digestive problems such as indigestion or constipation. It’s good for the liver and a diuretic for the kidneys. It also can help to lower high blood pressure.

Sweet Lemon

Not all lemons must be sour lemons, in Costa Rica you can taste the sweet lemon.

Passion Fruit

Perfect for a refreshing juice during a sunny day at Villa Buena Onda Costa Rica!


As small as they are delicious, a great variety of Jocotes can be found in Costa Rica.


Colorful and beautiful fruit that captivates your taste! This is the Pitahaya – an easy growing fruit up in our area.


The golden bean! Pretty significant in Costa Rican gastronomy. Cacao is a base for many dishes around this country, especially for desserts.

Favorite Costa Rican Deserts

Tres leches

Tres leches, meaning ‘three kinds of milk,’ is a traditional dessert using condensed, evaporated, and whole milk. Though a Costa Rican sweet item, it is also well-known among Latin Americans. The topping of whipped cream further adds to its smoothness.

Atol de naranja

This pudding made from freshly extracted orange juice is easy to make. Along with other ingredients like butter, brown sugar, and grated orange peel, corn flour is also added and boiled to attain a thick consistency.

Arroz con leche

Arroz con leche is a rice pudding prepared by baking cooked rice with milk and flavorings of cinnamon sticks, vanilla extracts, raisins, and nutmeg. Cloves also go into the preparation, especially in the Costa Rican version.

Served cold after garnishing with cinnamon sticks and mint leaves, it has a smooth jelly-like texture with the flavor of orange pervading. The amount of corn flour can be altered depending on how thick one enjoys the dessert.


Prestiños are deep-fried pastries. The thin pastry dough is prepared with flour, salt, and eggs and made into flat round shapes, deep-fried until golden brown.

Enjoy all the most delicious treats the country has to offer at Villa Buena Onda Costa Rica all-inclusive!

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