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This beach is a wonderful place to go relax. This is our first time but we will be back. We know it’s low season due to the rain, but if it’s this beautiful and peaceful when it’s dark and rainy, I can’t imagine how amazing...More
The whale tail looks amazing on photos and seems like the iconic landmark because the whales actually stop by. I wonder if it’s really natural or a hidden marketing ploy from the past decades. Anyway, Uvita itself is lovely and I have been back after...More
I have been to beaches all over the world and this by far was the most amazing. The beach comes to a point where the two sides of the Pacific Ocean crash into each other, known as Whale Tale beach. We were able to walk...More
We skipped over Marino Ballena National Park and went to a free Uvita beach just a little further south. We used our gps to find a way to get there. We found a long, wide stretch of dark sand surrounded by the forest. There were...More
After eating we drove over to the beach in Uvita in hopes that we would be able to see the Whales Tail. There was a $6 Entrance fee to the park/beach for non-residents. The walk to the beach is about 7 minutes from this point...More
Big tidal swings with access to the “whales tail reef”.
This also were you meet tour guides that launch from this beach.
We went whale watching and it was quite an adventure getting out through the surf! But well worth it.
We visited the whales take at Uvita and spent three hours in the surf with the kiddos. Great water and super for kids. Beautiful view of the rainforest as you walk up the tale. We spent an hour rock pooling and found many crabs including...More
there was no impact of the Hurricane in this area - however we continue to have significant seasonal rains - expecting 12" in the next few days - this can impact access at any time, but usually only for a few hours as... More
there was no impact of the Hurricane in this area - however we continue to have significant seasonal rains - expecting 12" in the next few days - this can impact access at any time, but usually only for a few hours as cleanup is generally quick