Nicoya Peninsula Beaches

Rare dry deciduous tropical forest is the Nicoya peninsula’s primary habitat, but it’s mainly a cattle ranching region with a lively history, having been part of Nicaragua in days gone by. However, the main draw to visitors is its dry climate and miles of attractive Pacific beaches. This is a great area in which to unwind and relax either before or after a full tour in the interior. Our clients like the area’s laidback feel, quality resorts and boutique hotels and enjoy swimming, riding, surfing, turtle and bird watching, diving and boating.