For everybody who likes to do extreme sports and is always looking for the next adrenaline kick, Costa Rica has many varied opportunities to offer. In general, you can choose between a great amount of further activities that can be enjoyed with family and friends but below we will list our top 3 tours promising you an unforgettable adventure at the Costa Ballena. Continue reading
You came to Costa Rica because you love its abundant diversity of flora and fauna which is almost unique in the whole world? Now, you have some days to discover the Costa Ballena and need some advice for trips and activities? Continue reading
If you are staying in Uvita for a couple of days and would like to visit one of Costa Rica’s most popular national parks, it is very easy to plan a one-day trip to Quepos to see exotic animals and relax at the beautiful beaches. The cheapest way to go there is taking the bus. Each day you can choose between the 5:30am and the 11:40am bus, however it is recommendable to take the early one to enjoy more time in the national park. Continue reading
What makes a great beach? The short answer is a great beach depends on what you are looking for. Costa Ballena has an inviting mix of warm, brown sandy beaches and being well informed will ensure that you will find the beach that is perfect for your sunny day. Continue reading
To walk the Whale’s Tail you can enter the Marino Ballena National Park via Bahía, located in the neighbouring town of Uvita. The tombolo, locally known as the Whale’s Tail, is a famous natural barrier reef that was created by the forces of two rivers on either side of the reef, which due to the currents has formed and maintained the shape of a whale’s tail when viewed from above. Continue reading
A private estate complete with owner’s luxury home, a penthouse suite and three luxury villas, perched mountain side and with Pacific Ocean views giving way to a dynamic ‘vista’of Dominicalito’s Bay to the south and Playa Dominical to the north. Continue reading
As always exercise caution when entering the ocean, strong rip tides are present along our coasts.