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Montezuma, Costa Rica: A Family-Friendly Natural Beauty

Montezuma, Costa Rica in Puntarenas Province lies on the Pacific side of the country, on the Nicoya Peninsula and boasts beaches, jungle, incredible wildlife, and Montezuma Falls, one of Montezuma’s most popular stops.

Costa Rica gained traction as a popular ecotourism location starting in the early 80s – something that I, purely on anecdotal evidence,believe Wheel of Fortune had a large hand in. In fact, I remember watching as a child and thinking that it was a beautiful tropical place.

Actually, I assumed it was a Caribbean Island.

Luckily, no one asked me to locate it on a map before I discovered that it’s a gorgeous Central American country about the size of West Virginia an excellent destination for travelers with a tight budget.

Calming Natural Beauty

Awe-inspiring sights will draw tourists from all over the world, and Costa Rica has jaw-dropping natural beauty in spades.

Known for its amazing and exotic wildlife, glorious, silvery beaches, and verdant tropical jungles that are bursting with life and the sublime beauty of the cascading waterfalls, Montezuma attracts a wide range of tourists from all around the globe. The town has a hip Bohemian air about it and the twilight show a most animated scene of vibrant night-life, parties, fun, and amazing adventures.

from montezumasurfing.com

A Safe Destination

More than that, the country’s economy is pretty stable, their people have access to education and the means to make a living, and the government has made a concerted effort to keep their native ecosystems in good health. They have tons of designated national and regional parks that enjoy protected status.

Montezuma in particular holds special allure for families due to its slower pace and more relaxed vibe. For fun, there are great restaurants and affordable options in town, about 15 minutes from the beach.

Check out this write-up from travelwheretonext.com:

Driving: Around 5 hours from San Jose (includes a ferry)

Why you should visit Montezuma: The more remote town of Montezuma is on the Nicoya Peninsula. It is a small beach town that generally sees many backpackers and younger families. The best attraction is the Montezuma Waterfalls.

 

This healthy oriented Montezuma restaurant offers the widest selection of food in Montezuma, using only the freshest and best ingredients possible.

Sano Banano Beachside Hotel is right in the center of town. There is parking in front of the hotel and the receptionist will assist you with your luggage. Sano Restaurant is a fun place to hang out, eat, shop, surf the internet, and watch movies on the giant screen. (http://elsanobanano.com)

 

Bonus: Check out one family’s home video of their experience in Costa Rica:

Sano Banano Hotel is just walking steps from Montezuma Beach

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Main Street, Provincia de Puntarenas,
Montezuma, 60111, Costa Rica
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Costa Rica For Surfers and Non Surfers Alike

surf-montezumaCosta 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
Main Street, Provincia de Puntarenas,
Montezuma, 60111, Costa Rica
506 2642 0636
(203) 558-0453
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