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.
Highlights of Costa Rica
Nicoya Peninsula Beaches