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Costa Rica is a country with huge biodiversity. Over 25% of the country has been declared a protected natural area, a sign of the profound respect that they have to offer their stunning and varied ecosystem. Visitors here have a unique opportunity to explore virgin forests, mountains and coastlines where wildlife flourishes in an environment that remains far from human hands. Many travelers come to Costa Rica for its most than famous beaches, characterized by gentle waves and by possessing numerous shady corners that guarantee a good rest.
Tambor Beach It is located on the southern end of the Nicoya Peninsula, which juts into the Pacific Ocean and has a coast full of bays and coves. Tambor is at the beginning of a horseshoe-shaped bay flanked by rocky hills and spaces full of almond trees and palm trees, known as the Bahía Ballena. With large beaches with volcanic sand and a soothing surf. Tambor is a first class destination for travelers looking for a peaceful holiday to sunbathe and swim in calm, crystal-clear waters. Here you can find some of the best-rated all inclusive hotels in Costa Rica, where guests have luxury services and facilities, such as massages by the sea, fun shows at nightclubs, and restaurants serving fresh fruit and local vegetables. There are also large and varied swimming pools, golf courts and tennis courts. To spend some fun time in the water, you can kayaking, surfing or water skiingand on dry land you can choose a horse or quad bike ride. Boat trips are highly recommended in this region of amazing coastline and visitors can enjoy this experience by crossing Nicoya Bay by ferry. This one-hour trip is particularly spectacular at sunset, when the colorful rays of sunlight illuminate the islands and create an architectural and Pacific landscape. It is by far the best way to arrive in Tambor.
An hour away from catamaran from Tambor Isla Tortuga is a unique place for its sandy beaches and snorkeling opportunities. Some tours include a walk around the island, seafood and comfortable seats. Nature lovers who want to see many monkeys can book an excursion to Curu National Park. Considered by many as the jewel of the many natural parks in Costa Rica, Curu National Park is home to three species of monkey: howler monkey, spider and carablanca. It is easy to see any of the three. Even a short walk along the paths will take tourists to mangrove ecosystems, a suspension bridge and dense forest, home to lizards, deer, agoutis and sloths. Rays, fish and hermit crabs can also be easily seen in the clear waters of the sea caves hidden by the park. These all inclusive hotels in Costa Rica have very attentive staff that can help visitors schedule special tours such as birdwatching, kayaking, snorkeling or diving, so you can enjoy a tailor made holiday in the wonderful Costa Rica.