Costa Rica surfing, on both coasts, is good enough to attract much worldwide attention. Montezuma has several surf spots, although the nearby town of Santa Teresa (25-30 min drive) is a world-class destination, so die-hard surfers tend to spend more time on the Malpais-Santa Teresa side of the Nicoya Peninsula near Montezuma Beach.
According to Montezuma surf school:
Surfing is an ancient natural sport that has the ability to change your life.
The Southern Nicoya Peninsula, of Costa Rica, is a region unlike any other place on earth. When you arrive in this area, your senses will be flooded with natural beauty and positive energy. Near the tip of the Peninsula is the slightly funky and always lively town of Montezuma, a magical and unique Surf Destination. Read more of the original article here.
You’re coming to Costa Rica for a surf camp but your partner doesn’t surf? Not to worry, we’ve got you both covered!
Non-surfers can still expect to have a great time by the water. If you prefer to just kickback and relax, there’s plenty of that going on, the beaches along our coastline are some of the most beautiful beaches in the entire country. Original article can be found here
The following blog post Costa Rica For Surfers and Non Surfers Alike is courtesy of Sano Banano Beachside Hotel Sano Banano Beachside Hotel
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