Tambor

Tambor

Situated in the west coast of Costa Rica along the Gulf of Nicoya, in the province of Puntarenas, Tambor is a small quiet beach town that cherishes a laid-back atmosphere. It is is known as a gateway to the area’s biological diversity. This area is close to the Curu National Wildlife Refuge. This town is surrounded […]

Cabuya

Cabuya

The small fishing town of Cabuya is less known town south of Montezuma on the gulf side of the peninsula. It is about as close to the “end of the earth” as it gets in Costa Rica, and is one of the most remote towns. This town is less expensive than Montezuma or Malpais but set […]

Mal Pais

Mal Pais

Mal Pais, a small town extends to the border of Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve.  Set on the southern tip of the Nicoya Peninsula, it is a tranquil area. Mal Pais didn’t get developed as much as Santa Teresa get. In Mal Pais you will enjoy the peaceful environment like that of small village. Though Malpais means […]

Santa Teresa

Santa Teresa

Santa Teresa, a small town, situated in Puntarenas Province, Costa Rica. Sitting on the western edge of the Nicoya Peninsula, this tiny town started as a remote fishing village, relying on cattle ranching, agriculture and small-scale fishing. It is situated about 150 kilometres (93 mi) west of the capital city of San Jose. This laid-back […]

Puerto Jimenez

Puerto Jimenez

Puerto Jimenez, a colorful town, is situated on the Osa Peninsula’s southeastern coast. Nestled adjacent to the rich waters of the Golfo Dulce, this town is the primary jumping off point for the Corcovado National Park. This laidback town has plenty of hotels and activities to offer as well as being favorably located. With its […]

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