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We spent 3 intensive days among the raising waves, changing currents; submerged in the salty warm water, with barely a soul around us. The Kawe Surf School is a mere 10min walk from the ultimate place to learn - Playa Hermosa: sandy, with just a...More
This beach is so pristine and beautiful! There was a monkey collecting coconuts while I was getting ready to paddle out : )) the point break all the way to the right of the beach is an amazing wave! : ))
We felt almost like we were the only ones there. Perfect beach for swimming and not as big waves as Santa Teresa. Also very nice whitewater for beginner surfers like us and there is a good resturant for lunch beachfront.
Always bring water, it is hot. You can only get around by 4x4 and quads or ATVs are best. There are places in town that rent if your accommodations does not. The food is excellent! Everything is farm to table no matter where... More
Always bring water, it is hot. You can only get around by 4x4 and quads or ATVs are best. There are places in town that rent if your accommodations does not. The food is excellent! Everything is farm to table no matter where you eat. We were there in November for a week and never ate at the same restaurant, other then the resort for breakfast. Sun is up from 5:30-5:30 everyday and not a lot of nightlife, everyone shuts down fairly early. I would recommend snacks in your room. There are not many options beach front, for restaurants. Please talk to locals the have the best advise!! It does not matter if you are looking for pizza or a typical Tico meal, they always point you in the right direction. We even went to a Tico hang out only open on Sundays. We speak spanglish and the waiter only spoke Spanish. A bilingual Tico was happy to translate. The food was amazing and the beer cold. Don't be afraid to explore!