Lets me show you one the most complete destinations of Costa Rica, the Nicoya Peninsula! A place for surfers, yogis, naturalists and lovers of unspoiled beachs. It´s one of the trendiest regions of the country, none the less still holds its low key and laid black atmosphere. Here is the point of the Costa Rica where the Rain Forest meats the sea and the Tropical Forest.
We part from SJO at 6:00 am to take the Ferry that will take us to the Nicoya Peninsula. Once on the Peninsula we are going to be received by the boat that is going to take us to the Tortuga Islands for snorkeling. On the afternoon is scheduled the visit to Curú Wildlife Refuge and an easy nature walk on its trails. That first night we sleep on Montezuma Town.
We start with an early breakfast in Montezuma Town at 7:00 am. before with start the hike to the town´s waterfalls, which consist of 3 level waterfall. In the afternoon is scheduled to visit the 1rst Costa Rica National Park, Cabo Blanco. Here we are going to make the Danish Trail of 2 kms. which holds one of the most beautiful forests of the region. Is expected to arrive to Sta. Teresa Beach Town at 5:30 pm to see the sunset and check-in in our Guest House.
The last day is really relaxing. Breakfast is served at 8:00am, and afterwards there is the option to check Malpais Beach and fisherman town. Lunch is planned on the north end of Santa Teresa where we gonna hit one last beach, before we head back to catch the 5 pm. Ferry (the sunset ferry) and be back in SJO at 9pm.
¿What does that include?
*2 nights at shared or double room
*Certificated Biologist Guide
*3 breakfasts and lunchs
*Snacks and water when required
*Entrance fee at the Natural Reserves
*Boat and Snorkeling Tour at the Tortuga Islands
*The 1% of the cost of the tour will be destined to conservation projects
**Doesn´t includes dinners or alcoholic berverages
So I´m a city guy, born and raised in the capital of Costa Rica, none the less my first´s memories happen to be related to the country side, in Nicoya Peninsula. Off course, in that first trip I was five and got stung by a scorpion. But also I remember huge waves and long walks in the solitary sand strip of 3 km. in Santa Teresa Beach, and the giant hermit crabs size of a fist, when people haven´t took their shells to its homes. Being amazed by the nature beuty I decided to study biology, and as soon as I got my degree I moved to the Nicoya Peninsula. Having moved here and been part of Santa Teresa Community in the Peninsula, I don´t stop of being amused by all the charming places that go overlooked. Something simple as taking a hike through the forest in rainy season and repeating it in the middle of the summer can leave a completely contrasting experience, with different animals that before were hidden by the foliage of green jungle of the rainy season. This is only one of the numerous examples why I never get bored in this part of the country. Let me show you the natural history and beuty of this region. Full profile ⋅ Leave a Review
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