PLAYA GRANDE BEACH Home of nesting leatherback sea turtles and consistently great waves for surfing, Playa Grande has a beautifully clean beach and some great restaurants and hotels.   Many people on vacation choose to stay in Playa Grande because while it’s close to the bustle of Tamarindo, Grande is less populated and feels more
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PLAYA CONCHAL BEACH So named for the multitude of tiny morsels of polished shells that make up the beach here, Playa Conchal is a beauty among beaches in Costa Rica’s sun-filled Guanacaste province. The bright shore gives way to glasslike, sparkling turquoise waters, perfect for swimming with the one you love or the whole family,
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PLAYA FLAMINGO – FLAMINGO BEACH Playa Flamingo also called Playa Blanca, Flamingo beach’s beauty surpasses that of other beaches on Costa Rica’s north Pacific coast, with its powder-like white sand and glimmering turquoise water, all lined by lush mangroves and coconut palms. It’s easy to see why Flamingo beach has been drawing visitors from near
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FLAMINGO TRAVEL INFORMATION From Flamingo, it’s an easy jaunt to a handful of soft white sand beaches and tranquil coves, including Playa Flamingo, Playa Conchal and Brasilito. Since the 1960s, Flamingo has been a favorite destination for people on holiday, especially those escaping the cold winters in the United States and Canada. The result is
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Playa Tamarindo Information Ever dreamed of capturing a photo of the perfect sunset splashed in bright orange and rose tones, with waves crashing in the foreground and moored sailboats dotting the horizon? Playa Tamarindo, or Tamarindo beach, is a must-see. Soft sand and coconut palms line the shore where the waves, perfect for a beginner
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Few people who come to Costa Rica will want to miss Montezuma Falls, located near the little town of Montezuma. Three tumbling waterfalls cascade into swimming holes surrounded by rocky outcroppings and lush rainforest-like vegetation. Montezuma is located near to the surf town of Santa Teresa, but is tucked into the Gulf of Nicoya, away
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