Montezuma Waterfalls in Costa Rica

Costa Rica has many natural getaways and some of the most remote are located on the Nicoya Peninsula. Its secluded setting makes it an excellent place to take your next Costa Rican vacation. Montezuma is an excellent area… Read More


Playa Tambor Costa Rica – A Great Family Destination

Playa Tambor Costa Rica really has it all, from golfing to nature hikes to surfing.  And, its only about 3 hours from San Jose. Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula is a stunning place to spend your vacation in this… Read More


Discover a Treasure on Tortuga Island Tours

Tortuga Island is a convenient tour that is not too far away from the San Jose airport. Make it happen on your first or second day in Costa Rica and you will be on your way to the… Read More


Santa Teresa Costa Rica Guide

Santa Teresa is a very cool and ecclectic beach town to visit on the Nicoya Peninsula in Costa Rica. When planning a trip to Costa Rica, most people plan to visit the top tourist spots. These are generally… Read More

Isla Tortuga Costa Rica

Isla Tortuga or “Turtle Island” is an impressive tropical paradise located in the Golfo de Nicoya near Puntarenas. You can book nature and leisure tours to the island which depart from Montezuma, Santa Teresa and even Jaco. Here… Read More


Ylang Ylang Beach Resort Implements Solar Garden

Although the Ylang Ylang Beach resort has yet to get itself certified by the ICT for sustinable tourism, it certainly has taken recent steps for compliance. The hotel has just implemented a solar garden system which makes the hotel almost… Read More


Romantic Getaways in Guanacaste

Costa Rica can make for a great getaway for couples seeking to boost romance in their relationship. For a fraction of the cost of trip to Europe, or a trip to Hawaii, you can come down to this… Read More


Santa Teresa Costa Rica

Santa Teresa Costa Rica has become one of the most popular destinations on the Nicoya Peninsula. It is well known for it’s pristine white sandy beaches, excellent surf, and the bustling beach town which it has become. Even… Read More


Malpais Costa Rica

Mal Pais is “Bad Country” in Spanish However, the origin of the name Malpais is most likely based upon an Indian word.  The Chorotega Indians, which inhabited the area, discovered a stone that as very smooth and easy… Read More


Beaches in Costa Rica

  Caribbean Coast The Caribbean Coast features beaches with more calm waters, which are suitable for snorkeling in places.  You can also view sea turtle nesting grounds in some places. Playa Negra and Cahuita As the name implies,… Read More