is a small village which, even though it is the gateway to Cabo Blanco
Nature Reserve, has been little changed by tourism. Stay a few days and
get a feel of the Costa Rican way of life where the pace is slow
During your stay in Cabuya be sure to visit:
2 km from the centre is the oldest National Park in Costa Rica, Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve.
small island houses the town cemetery and is linked to the mainland at
low tide by a rocky path.
the island is a quiet retreat offering great views of the Cabo Blanco
headland and shoreline.
entrance to the island is about 15 minute walk from the village centre.
This wide river is a wonderful spot for birdwatching. Kingfishers, egrets,
herons, aracari, and roseate spoonbills are regularly seen. Crocodiles
are sometimes resident at the mouth of the river.
is a variety of beaches within walking distance, some rocky some sandy,
all deserted and great for
beachcombing. At high tide there is safe swimming and sandy stretches
of beach near the village centre.
The beaches and waterfalls of Montezuma
are easily accessible even for those without car, a bus service runs
This is a popular destination, situated
in the gulf of Nicoya. This uninhabited island offers beautiful sandy
Both have beautiful wide, sandy beaches with great breakers, for those
looking for surf.
We can arrange horsebackriding trips over the mountains or the waterfalls of Montezuma.
For those wishing to try their luck at sportfishing there are several
local fishermen who will take you in their boats to fish with handline
or diving. Diving trips can also be arranged in combination with Tortuga
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