Ideal for weddings and honeymoons
Wide range of cuisine with 2 bars and 3 restaurants
Optional full transfer service
Tamarindo began to be transformed in the eighties, when it was a singular fishing village, because the fantastic weather conditions and tidal characteristics led to its fame being a surfing destination. Sheltered from century-old traditions and its seafaring roots, small establishments began to emerge to host new visitors. But increasing demands of tourism require more. As well as the following, the all inclusive hotels and resorts in Tamarindo: the perfect alternative for a stay in paradise away from your routine.
The visitors that have been chosen for decades by choosing Tamarindo as an all inclusive holiday destination are those who have given the city a distinctive multicultural feel. This town of the canton of Santa Cruz, GuanacasteIt is currently a cosmopolitan tourist center where European, American and Latin American citizens from different countries live regularly, aside from the visitors who come to stay in the luxurious all inclusive hotels and resorts in Tamarindo. The international success of this place, either as a home or a tourist destination, is in balanced urban development with which the area has been modernized preserving its natural attractions. The Pacific Ocean and surfing are the star attractions of the landscapebut apart from taking waves on Langosta Beach or Grande Beach and the captivating sunsets on the bay there are many more activities to enliven you with all inclusive vacations in tamarindo.
For some, such as trying the most exclusive flavors of Costa Rican cuisine, enjoying a relaxing body massage or having a drink while enjoying a live show, it is not even necessary to leave the facilities of the exclusive hotels such as the Occidental Tamarindo. Others, in contrast, mean a little more adventurous spirit, such as a route on a quad bike through the jungle, discovering its fascinating mangroves or visiting to the largest turtles on the planet in the Marino las Baulas National Park.
In pre-Hispanic times, the indigenous Chorotega tribe were the first settlements in this region of the canton of Santa Cruz. The Kingdom of Nicoya was configured after the arrival of the Spanish and the fusion of several cacjoms, which is still preserved today important archaeological ruins in Villareal and south of Santa Rosa. Tamarindo is also an important artistic center in which craftsmanship production refers to a significant mix of culture and partly due to its proximity to Santa Cruz, known in Costa Rica as one of the towns with the most folklore in the country.
Those looking for their all inclusive vacations in guanacaste more than just a sun and beach trip, you will find Tamarindo in Tamarindo and discover the roots of Guanacatesca culture, still in the small villages of Huacas or Villareal. These towns are home to much of the indigenous population and that is why the native flavors, aromas, sounds and colors are very present filling with tradition and character every day.