6 places you should visit

Dolphin and whale watching Tour

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Several times a year, hundreds of whales come through Marino Ballena National Park for a marvelous natural show.

Get on board our boat with our naturalist guide for a wonderful half-day excursion. you might also catch a glimpse of passing dolphins and sea turtles!

Price: adults from xxx, children from xxx

Book now: DAY / morning or afternoon

Sierpe Mangrove Boat Tour

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UNESCO World Heritage  Site, Sierpe is the gateway to the largest virgin mangrove forest in Central America and shelter to countless species of birds and other wildlife. Get on our boat for a half-day excursion with our naturalist guide and discover turtles, crocodiles, monkeys, herons, kingfishers and caymans.

Price: adults from xxx, children from xxx

Book now: DAY / morning or afternoon

Marino Ballena National Park

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This stunner of a marine park protects beautiful wild beaches and rock reefs.

Get to Marino Ballena National Park early to spot dolphins frolicking in the water and humpback whales that breed here… Viewed from above, the « Punta Uvita » surprisingly forms the shape of a whale’s tail!

Admission ticket : 12 $

Corcovado National Park

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As the last intact primary tropical forest of Central America, Pacific coast, Corcovado is one of the world’s best-preserved site.

Experience the rich biodiversity of Corcovado National Park and spot 370 species of tropical birds of which red parrots, several monkey species, tapirs and sloths. Some lucky guests get to see the elusive jaguar and ocelots!

Don’t forget to book a guided tour in advance!

Admission ticket from 15 $ + guide

Manuel Antonio National Park

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Explore this nature reserve along the sandy beaches with palm-trees and turquoise waters. Howler monkeys and squirrel monkeys, coatis, iguanas, dolphins, killer whales, humpback whales and 15 species of hummingbirds can be spotted in their natural habitat!

Admission ticket : 16 $

Horseback Riding Tour (beach / jungle)

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Enjoy a horseback ride along beaches, across the mangrove or deep in the jungle with Finca El Ceibo equestrian centre, located in Ojochal.

A unique and great experience for nature lovers, whether beginners or horseback riding aficionados!

Tour from 60 $

Waterfalls & Jungle hikes

Ojochal Waterfall

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A few minutes away from Buena Onda, refresh yourself in Ojochal waterfall. Take advantage of the route to walk the nearby trails and enjoy wildlife: you may meet monkeys and toucans on your way!

El Pavon Waterfall

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Looking for natural pools away from the crowds? Go off-the-track to El Pavon waterfall and enjoy a peaceful moment with fresh air under the trees.

Just nearby Ojochal.

Cascada Verde at Uvita

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Discover the ideal place for a fun family swim at Uvita : climb to the top of the waterfall and then slide straight into the deep crstalline pool below!

Nauyaca Waterfall

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Nauyaca is the most impressive waterfall of the surroundings with a 50 metres high falls.

This is the best spot for cliff jumping and swimming. Drift away in the crystalline pool and relax… PURA VIDA !

Canopy Tour

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Discover the jungle from above and experience the thrill of a lifetime taking the Osa Canopy Tour at Osa Mountain Village!

The site includes 9 cables, 11 platforms, 2 repelling stations, 2 suspension bridge, and an amazing “tarzan” swing for the truly adventurous.

Admission ticket from 65 $

Our best beaches


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Let yourself experience the ultimate adventure and start surfing at Playa Chaman Marino Ballena National Park or improve your surfing performance at Dominical, a famous surfing spot!

Pinuela Beach

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This beautiful sandy and pebble beach is only 10 minutes away from Buena Onda. Enjoy the incredible view of the rainforest from the ocean and stay alert to spot the parrots and monkeys who come along this beach to feed!

Playa Ventanas

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Nestled behind verdant coconut groves, this breathtaking beach located a few minutes away from Buena Onda comprises two caves in which waves are breaking.

Parking 3 $

Tortuga Beach

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A preserved sandy beach with an abundant wildlife and stunning natural landscapes where numerous marine turtles come each year to lay their eggs.

Come to Tortuga Beach to watch aras, crocodiles and tropical butterflies in their natural habitat and don’t hesitate to visit the nature reserve as well!

Caño Island

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Discover the seafloor of the Pacific Ocean and its tropical fishes on this famous diving and snorkeling spot that is accessible by boat from Ojochal!