The Northwest Pacific region of Guanacaste is the driest area of Costa Rica with beautiful beaches that stretch for miles. The ‘Gold Coast’ is a prime area for sun and relaxation. Little rain and consistent warm temperatures offer visitors an enviable climate, breathtaking beaches and lovely Pacific sunsets. The land is still ”virgin” and undisturbed. It is still customary to see real cowboys, wild horses, cattle traffic jams, and wild bull fights, an experience that makes Costa Rica unique. A cultural experience that is becoming rare-if not extinct. When you’re not surfing there is plenty to do — check out the beaches and explore the tidal pools. Nearby, discover all kinds of wildlife including Howler Monkeys, Iguanas, Toucans and much more. Chill at the local hotel and have a cold beer, play pool or grab your skate deck and hit the new Playa Negra skate park!

Health and Fitness

Yoga Classes

Costa Rica beach yoga classes

Classes avilable daily and we partner with the local yoga studio in town. Stretch and stay flexible, avoid common injuries and surf more loosely. Discover the many benefits yoga has on all aspects of your life.


Costa Rica beach massage

Surfed hard all day?  No worries, we’ll arrange one of several certified masseuses to come to the house and work out the soreness that comes with paddling and getting tubed all day. You’ll be limber and paddling circles around your friends next session!

Adventure Tours

Boat Trips

Costa Rica boat trips in Guanacaste

Witches Rock, Ollies Point, Labyrinth and a couple other mysto spots are a couple hours up the coast located in Santa Rosa national park. We have the best captain and his two boats available when we make the call. There are now limited park passes available and our captain has most of them per-purchased.

SUP Tours


We provide SUP lessons and tours for those who want to experience Costa Rica’s rivers and ocean in a unique way. This gives you a chance to absorb the flora and fauna around you. Glide by rare and elusive birds, butterflies, flowers, and marine life. Stand up paddle boarding is a way to get acquainted with Costa Rican wildlife and take in views that you would never see from land.

Zip-Line Canopy Tours

Canopy tours in Guanacaste Costa Rica

A zip-line canopy tour is a must for all first-time visitors of Costa Rica. Fly weightlessly through the rainforest canopy, looking down upon birds, reptiles, monkeys and lush vegetation. We will only take you to tours certified by the Costa Rican Tourism Board.

Horseback Riding

Playa Negra tours horseback riding

See Costa Rica the way it’s been seen for centuries: on horseback. Many are surprised to learn that Costa Rica has a rich cowboy culture, dating back to the when the Spanish first arrived in the early to mid 16th century.

Sport Fishing

Guanacaste Costa Rica sportfishing

We will charter a boat for you to fish, snorkel, surf, and do any combination of the three in a single trip. Maykol will take you to Flamingo Beach, where the boat departs. Costa Rica is renowned for having some of the world’s best fishing. Expect to catch Mahi-Mahi, Wahoo, Yellow Fin Tuna, Red Snapper, Sailfish and many others.


Guanacaste tours snorkeling

Snorkeling (equipment provided): Pristine, hidden coves are home to crystal clear water and you can expect to see eels, puffer fish, parrot fish, trigger fish, eels, rays and much more. During the ride, you may also see dolphins, manta-rays, devil-rays and whales.

Turtle Tours


Witness an amazing natural phenomena called an ARRIBADA (arrival). This is the time sea turtles come to lay their eggs in staggering numbers for 2-4 days, at the start of the last quarter moon. A few hundred turtles, if not thousands, appear out of the depths of the sea to make their nests in the black volcanic sand.

Scenic & Cultural Tours


Experience a 2 hour adventure on the Tempique River, in the Palo Verde National Park and see a wide variety of animals such as Macaws, Herons, Iguanas, Crocodiles, and Howler Monkeys. Then have an authentic Costa Rican meal with a local family and on our return, we will pass by the famous artisan village of Guaitil and learn how the Chorotega Indians make pottery using the same techniques that were used by their Pre-Columbian ancestors.

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