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Casa Colibri in Punta El Custodio is located in a secure, gated community with only 14 villas above Platanitios beach, 90 minutes north of Sayulita. If you want to experience the tropical beauty of the unspoiled Riviera Nayarit coastline, without tour buses, packed beaches, noisy nightlife, pricey boutiques, if you like peace and serenity… this is the place for you.
Punta el Custodio has one of the finest surf breaks on Mexico's Pacific coast. If surfing or boogie-boarding is not your thing, you'll be enchanted by squadrons of pelicans and frigate birds, pods of whales in season, dolphins, egrets, herons… We're close to some of the finest bird watching country in North America. Go deep sea fishing, horseback riding on our 12-mile long fine sand beach, take a jungle cruise and see real crocodiles… In short, Punta el Custodio is probably what Puerto Vallarta looked like 100 years ago. 25 years from now it will probably have 20-story high-rise hotels, but not yet. Carpe Diem!
Rates include a personal chef and housekeeper. Rent a car at the Puerto Vallarta airport, or you can arrange for a pickup and drop off service at a reasonable cost.
Starting October, 2002, Casa Colibri offers free, high-speed Starlink Internet with no data limit.
With 4 bedrooms and 5 baths, Casa Colibri accommodates 8 adults. All of the bedrooms have A/C and ensuite baths. Three of the bedrooms have King beds and the 4th bedroom has a Queen bed.
This family-friendly vacation rental has a "kid-safe" heated private pool, adjacent to the main living area. This is great if you have small kids, as you can keep an eye on them while you go about your daily activities. Moms, please read this! Casa Colibri is the only villa in our tiny community whose private pool is visible — and immediately accessible — from the main living area: no walls, steps, or barriers of any kind. You are always mere seconds from the pool while your kids play in it, and they will likely want to spend hours playing in the pool — it's a kid magnet. And no infinity pool with a 25-foot drop-off into the Pacific Ocean. [Note: The pool can be heated to 83° F. at an additional charge of $35 US per day. Propane is expensive!]
Casa Colibri is uniquely designed with four separate structures, three of them with soaring palapa roofs. They are connected by a vine-covered path and surrounded by lush, tropical gardents including wild orchids that bloom in season.
For your security we accept credit cards via Paypal (4% fee) We accept checks from US based banks, and for our Mexican guests, we can direct transfer pesos to our Banamex account. Please check with us if you have any questions.
Seasonal rates are per night and in US Dollars. Rates include house keeper and chef. Meal plans are available, see pricing in the description.
2023— 2024 Rates [U.S. Dollars]
High Season: $445/night
January 7 — March 31, 2023
October 1 — December 15, 2023
January 6 — March 22, 2024
April 6 — May 31, 2024
Low Season: $415/night
June 1 — September 30, 2023
June 1 — September 30, 2024
Easter/Spring Break: $572/night
April 1 — April 15, 2023
March 23 — April 6, 2024
Christmas/ New Year’s: $715/night
December 16, 2023 — January 5, 2024
December 21, 2024 — January 3, 2025
To reserve, we require a deposit of 50% of the total rental price. If after 10 days your deposit has not been received, we may rent the house to another party.
If you cancel your reservation more than 90 days before arrival, 90% of your deposit will be refunded. If canceled between 60 and 90 days, 60%; between 30 and 60 days, 30%; and 30 days or less, 0%. Regarding the damage deposit (see below), if you cancel at any time, it will be returned to you.
The balance of the rental payment is due not later than 30 days before arrival.
Oliver and Rachel Korshin have lived in Anchorage, Alaska since 1982. Rachel is an award-winning quilter — some of her best works are hanging in Casa Colibri. Oliver is a cabinetmaker/sausage maker/lox maker/theater photographer. Both are dedicated foragers: porcini mushrooms, wild berries, salmon, moose and caribou. In 2003 they visited Punta el Custodio with their kids during spring break. They were swept away by the beauty of the place and bought two vacant lots, on which they built Casa Colibri in 2005-2006. It's their winter home (for 3 three-week visits a year). Casa Colibri is not just a "rental unit" — it's their home, and is furnished like one. You will feel as if Casa Colibri is your own home when you stay in it!