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Montezuma: Welcome to Paradise
September 15th, 2015 by Millie Ross
Montezuma, rising star of the Nicoya Peninsula. At first glance, a laid-back beach town with friendly locals and rolling waves but venture out and stay a little longer to unlock the secrets of the magic coastal gem. If wanderlust leads you to Costa Rica, you simply cannot leave without getting lost in Montezuma. In fact, be careful otherwise you may... [read more]

Curu National Park and Beach
September 23rd, 2013 by Anamaya Resort
Playa Curu and National Park A Tropical Cattle Ranch Turned Into a National Wildlife Refuge Curu National Wildlife Refuge is situated on the southern Pacific Coast of Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica. The refuge park is famous for its thriving and fantastic flora and fauna, and also includes a cluster of splendid white-sand beaches. Nestled near the town of Curu, west from the road of Paquera,... [read more]

Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve – Costa Rica’s First National Park
September 23rd, 2013 by Anamaya Resort
Cabo Blanco National Park Map Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve has the distinction of being the first protected park area in Costa Rica when it was established in 1963. The park is renowned for the white cape, a group of rocks located at the southern tip of the reserve that serves as a habitat for a plethora of rare and interesting bird species. The two beaches... [read more]

Malpais The Spectacular Coves on the Other side of the Peninsula
September 18th, 2013 by Anamaya Resort
Bahia Barigona, Mal Pais Malpais is a tiny, serene community, loosely spread out along five kilometres of road. Its northern limit is the road intersection of "El Cruze" where the road from Cobano ends on Playa Carmen. On Playa Carmen Mal Pais merges with the booming beach village of Santa Teresa with its vibrant surfer scene, shops, hotels and bars. The southern part of... [read more]

Santa Teresa – Costa Rica’s Best Surf Town
September 18th, 2013 by Anamaya Resort
Santa Teresa Beach Santa Teresa is a new and upcoming travel attraction in Costa Rica, attracting beach bums and surfers to its broad, white-sand beaches with world-class surfing conditions. Since the jungle hugs the shore, you find lots of breezy, shady hideaways on the beach. Fortunately there aren't yet high-rise buildings in Santa Teresa so that views of the coast are undisturbed until... [read more]

Cabuya – The End of the Road
September 18th, 2013 by Anamaya Resort
Cabuya Island Cabuya is the scenic gateway to the very popular Cabo Blanco Reserve. This tiny yet attractive community borders the main entrance to the park and offers a plethora of natural sites to discover. Nestled along the jungle-rimmed coast with a backdrop of picturesque mountains, Cabuya is a superb for hiking, beachcombing, bird watching and caters to all inspired nature lovers... [read more]

Montezuma – Costa Rica’s Cutest Beach Town
September 18th, 2013 by Anamaya Resort
Montezuma beach Beautifully tucked away amid a stunning and varied landscape, Montezuma posses a trademark open air snugness and ample culture. It is one of the most sought after holiday spots in the region for jovial spirited travelers looking to take part in its ongoing, relaxed party. At night, the town's generally unruffled-vibe transforms to a more boisterous fiesta, once locals and... [read more]

Adventure Inn Airport Hotel
June 21st, 2013 by Geoff McCabe
Adventure Inn Airport Hotel A great hotel near the airport in San Jose Costa Rica Many people coming to Anamaya ask about a hotel near the airport, either to stay a night before heading out to Montezuma, or perhaps after getting your fill of the beach here at Anamaya, spend an extra few days to explore the mountain regions of Costa Rica. From here,... [read more]