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Surfing Costa Rica Pura Vida

Surfing Costa Rica Pura Vida is a perfect camp for surf enthusiasts who wish to ride the tropical waves with some of the best instructors in Costa Rica. The surf camp is based in Santa Teresa, a popular tourist oriented town boasting an array of lovely beaches and a number of awesome surfing points. The surf camp is founded by Cesar Cespedes who was born and brought up in Costa Rica and has been passionate about surfing from a very young age. The rest of the team consists of professional surf instructors who are Costa Rican and have been surfing most of their lives. At Surfing Costa Rica Pura Vida, students are taught according to their surfing abilities...

Surfing Costa Rica Pura Vida
posted on: Sep 8, 2014 | author: Annie Shay

Costa Rica Yoga Retreats

Anamaya Yoga Retreat Anamaya Resort is one of the most distinguished places for yoga retreats in Costa Rica and is on the list of most yogis worth their mat heading to the Central American belt for the mind body soul transformation quest. It is perched on a cliff edge and offers a stunning backdrop of the conspicuously gorgeous cerulean waters of the region. The resort is a few steps away from the area’s famous waterfall landscape, encircled by rainforests, and housed in one of the world’s most scenic tropical beach towns. “Anamaya” in Sanskrit reads “good health” and that is precisely what guests here can expect. Their unusual and classy retreat center offers gourmet organic food, yoga teacher...

Costa Rica Yoga Retreats
posted on: Apr 21, 2014 | author: sam

Orchids – Living Jewels of the Jungle...

Costa Rica has an incredible variety of plants, and people are attracted from all over the planet to the spectacular flowers that adorn the soil of the country. Of all the flowers, orchids are known to be the most attractive and interesting species here.  In fact, Costa Rica has about 1300 species of orchids alone. The best time of the year for orchids in Costa Rica in all its wilderness glory is at the onset of the monsoons up with the first scant rains. Many of the orchids in nature flourish into their full bloom cycle during the rains. There are over 1300 recognized species of orchids in Costa Rica. They are small, big or flashy. A majority...

Orchids – Living Jewels of the Jungle
posted on: Apr 14, 2014 | author: sam

Costa Rica Monkeys

White Capuchin Monkeys Capuchin monkeys, also called white-faced monkeys, occupy the wet lowland forests on Caribbean coast of Costa Rica and Panama and deciduous dry forest on the Pacific coast along with other wild animals in the jungles here. They are indigenous to Central and South America and can be regularly seen in many of Costa Rica’s national parks. Capuchins have small, slender bodies covered in brown or black fur. Their faces, necks and chests are typically white or cream colored that has led to them being christened the white-faced monkeys. These White capuchin monkeys are rather distinguishable in appearance from other Central American primates. They feature a black body with white upper chest and shoulders, and a...

Costa Rica Monkeys
posted on: Apr 14, 2014 | author: sam

Cocos Island Costa Rica

Centuries ago Cocos Island was the hidey-hole for pirates, the hub of explorers and sailors and the much publicized inspiration for literary classics such as Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island. There are tales aplenty of the elusive buried treasures of Edward Davis in 1685, Benito Bonito, and William Thompson in the early 19th century, which even if they left have not been traced yet. Cocos Island National Park is located at the tip of an ancient volcanic mountain secluded by the surrounding Pacific. It has been colonized over several centuries and is enclosed by a blanket of dense rainforest. Several species found here have evolved after they came here, transforming into unique indigenous forms that cannot be seen...

Cocos Island Costa Rica
posted on: Apr 14, 2014 | author: sam

Anamaya Surf Camp and Yoga Resort

Anamaya Surf Camp and Yoga Resort Anamaya Resort is a luxury resort and surf school situated in Montezuma, a tourist oriented tropical beach town in Costa Rica. Anamaya Celebrity Villa and Yoga Resort entertains all sorts of vacation. From a lazy day by the pool to braving the waves in the ocean, from hanging out at the beach to rappelling down the waterfalls, from families with kids seeking a fun filled respite to couples looking for an intimate retreat, from carefree backpackers to celebrities on a hideout, Anamaya Celebrity Villa and Yoga Resort is an ideal escapeway. The luxurious resort and yoga center now offers surf packages that involve expeditions to the town’s best surf points. In Montezuma,...

Anamaya Surf Camp and Yoga Resort
posted on: Aug 13, 2013 | author: Annie Shay

Costa Rica’s Most Famous Surf Spots...

Costa Rica’s Most Famous Surf Spots Costa Rica is a tropical country featuring a string of sun drenched white-sand beaches fronted by a vast ocean and a verdurous jungle on the backdrop. The country is tourist friendly and offers numerous sport opportunities and sightseeing options. Its rich coasts live up to everyone’s expectations. Tourists and locals can enjoy eco tours, wildlife watching, sportfishing, and kayaking, sailing, scuba diving and not to mention its incredible beach breaks and surf spots. Costa Rica is considered one of the top ten surfing countries. The crystal clear water is mostly warm and many spots are isolated. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced surfer, you will find the tropical surfing destination...

Costa Rica’s Most Famous Surf Spots
posted on: Jul 1, 2013 | author: Annie Shay

Amigos de Surf

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Amigos de Surf
posted on: Dec 4, 2012 | author: Costa Rica Surfing

Wild Animals in Costa Rica Jungles

Wild Animals in Costa Rica Jungles Costa Rica is rich in natural resources in the forms of seascapes, landscapes and wildlife. Aside from the country’s rich geographical qualities such as tropical jungles and glorious beaches, Costa Rica is also blessed with a great biodiversity. The blessed isle of Costa Rica is home to the Harpy Eagle. Considered as one of the largest and most powerful birds known, the Harpy Eagle was named after Hades’ wind spirits for its strength and agility. The Harpy Eagles are carnivores and are known to snatch up a monkey, a sloth or a porcupine from treetops for sustenance. They have black feathers but their undersides are covered in white. A typical female Harpy...

Wild Animals in Costa Rica Jungles
posted on: Jun 19, 2011 | author: bluepen

Costa Rica is the Land of Many Beautiful Beaches...

Who doesn’t like going out to smell the fresh open air of the sea? It’s safe to say that a pristine beach is nearly universally loved, and beaches are the ultimate vacation getaway for most. Vacationers can do lots of activities such as swimming, snorkeling, surfing and scuba diving. Volleyball, Tug-of-war and other games can be played by kids and adults alike. Everybody loves the beach. And everybody loves great beaches. Vacationers are always looking for the best beaches in the world. People travel to different countries in search for that perfect beach—such as Costa Rica. Nestled between the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea, Costa Rica is blessed with rich biodiversity and gorgeous beaches. The country has numerous...

Costa Rica is the Land of Many Beautiful Beaches
posted on: Jun 19, 2011 | author: bluepen

Surfing in Costa Rica

Surfing in Costa Rica After a few decades since Hawaiians brought surfing to the world, this extreme water sport has become a worldwide phenomenon, and Costa Rica is as dedicated to the sport as any other nation. Many surfers travel to Costa Rica to experience and catch its famous waves, or to search out little-known spots hidden among the many remote coves. Nowadays, professional surfers and enthusiasts have flocked to Costa Rica, whose name means “rich coast.” The country is located in Central America with Nicaragua in the north and Panama in the south. What makes Costa Rica a surfer’s haven? Two large bodies of water surround it to the east and west—the Carribean Sea and Pacific Ocean,...

Surfing in Costa Rica
posted on: Jun 19, 2011 | author: bluepen

Costa Rica Surfing

Costa Rica Surfing Over the past twenty years, Costa Rica has become known as a destination for amazing surfing. Costa Rica has two coasts… on the Pacific and the Atlantic, with epic breaks on both of them. The most consistently great surfing is on the pacific coast, with good waves rolling in 99 out of 100 days, from storms all around the Pacific. Surfing areas such as Santa Teresa & Malpais, Nosara, Dominical/Uvita, and Playa Negra have great waves nearly any time of year, with warm water and and exotic jungle backdrop. Epic waves such as Pavones and Witches Rock have been featured time and again in surf videos, attracting the attention of the surfers around the globe,...

Costa Rica Surfing
posted on: May 15, 2011 | author: Costa Rica Surfing