Santa Teresa
& Tamarindo
Visit the surf Mecca of Nosara, travel to the remote village of Santa Teresa in the Nicoya Peninsula, and continue on to Tamarindo in Guanacaste. These world famous surf spots offer excellent dining and nightlife.
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Santa Teresa & Tamarindo

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Days 01-04

Upon your arrival at Costa Rica’s Daniel Oduber International Airport in Guanacaste, you will be privately transported to pick up a 4X4 rental SUV with insurance and GPS. You will then cruise to the laid back surf town of Nosara. You will spend four nights exploring several of the best surfing spots of the Guanacaste province, hanging out with the friendly locals and spending every day on the waves.

Days 04-07

In the morning, you will head down the coast to the remote village of Santa Teresa on the Nicoya Peninsula in Puntarenas. Get ready to spend two half days tackling some of the country’s most challenging waves at world famous break points along the coast. In the evening, relax at quiet lodges, local restaurants and café’s.

Days 08-10

Prepare to head back up the coast to the old fishing village and now bustling beach boulevard of Tamarindo in Guanacaste. This world-famous surf spot offers excellent dining and nightlife, in addition to close access to several nearby surf beaches, including Playa Langosta. From Tamarindo, you will travel to the Daniel Oduber International airport in Guanacaste for your return flight home. (Please consult the airport regarding departure times for international flights).

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From: $2,155.00

Children (Under 12 yrs old)
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