by Roam & Thrive
The best time to visit Nosara is during the dry season which runs from November until May. Nosara has a tropical climate with average temperatures of about 28°C/82°F throughout most of the year.
Most people head to Nosara for the amazing waves and surfing is the number one activity in the area. The waves are suitable for beginners and pros alike and there are plenty of places to learn and/or rent a surfboard if you’re already past the beginner phase. Some of the best surf schools in Nosara are Nosara Surf Academy and Cacho’s Surf School. READ MORE HERE
Ok, Costa Rica might be full of beaches you can have the perfect beach day on but Playa Guiones is a definite stunner. With dark sand, warm water and palms fringing its perimeter Playa Guiones really feels quite raw and pristine. Other great beaches in the areas are Playa Pelada, Playa Nosara and Playa Garza.
Costa Rica’s Pacific coast is famous for its sunsets and it would be a sin if you didn’t catch one at least once during your stay (weather permitting). It really is one of the best things to do in Nosara. Sunsets are equally as beautiful from either Playa Guiones or Playa Pelada. If you do choose to head to Playa Pelada, make sure to make an early dinner reservation at La Luna, where you can enjoy a glass of wine while watching the sun go down.
Ostional National Wildlife Refuge was set up in 1992 in order to protect the Olive Ridley sea turtle’s nesting grounds. If you’re in Nosara during the rainy season you’ll be able to witness hundreds, even thousands of Olive Ridley turtles coming to shore to lay their eggs. You might also be able to see the tiny baby turtles making their way down to the ocean for the first time. FIND OUT MORE HERE
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