Casa Rural Aroma de Campo

2 km east and 300m north, Iglesia de Curubande, Liberia, Costa Rica
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september travel

by ashleyg852

Has anyone traveled to CR, specifically the northern pacific coast, during the rainy season. I am planning on traveling to the Guanacaste area in early September, and am hoping it doesn't rain too much throughout our stay. Also has anyone been to the resorts in the area- is there much nightlife for young adults? Any information would be very helpful.
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Re: september travel

by Whimsical

Hi, It does rain in early September, but not usually as bad as it does in October. :D
Normally the clouds roll in during the later afternoon to early evening. If you're looking for nightlife, the best spot would be Tamarindo.

I used to run a hotel there and constantly met with people who wanted to extend their stays. They'd get to town and decide to stay there for the rest of their trip and just do day trips out instead. It's an excellent location for day trips and tours, back to town and the fun by nightfall.

The website www.todotama.com lists ALL of the hotels, hostels, and apartment rentals, restaurants, and nightlife in the area. There is very good food and lodging in the area to match whatever budget you're on.

www.todotama.com also has an events page, where you can see what's been going on around town, where it's been going on, and where it will be going on, to give you a better idea about what to expect from the night scene.

It has current weather, tide charts, and any news that may be important to you while you stay as well.

I hope you enjoy your trip! You will experience some rain, but I doubt that it will get too in the way of having a great time.

Re: september travel

by travel4food

I would recommend Tamarindo as well. Best nightlife and 3 different beaches close by. It is also the most developed with shops, cafes, restaurants, etc. Easy to rent a car and there is regular shuttle service from Liberia and San Jose.

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Feed the monkeys

by daffodil

We were lucky enough to get a chance to feed the monkeys near the resort gate. The guard gave us some bananas and we put them down and the bold white face monkey that was with the troupe that was there for a few days came and took them. It was so neat to see them up close.

Resort Private beach club

by daffodil

The resort owns a small private beach club about a 10 minute boat ride from the black sand beach where the resort is located. This beach is nice and has very clear water were you can watch the fish and rays and sharks swim near your feet. Just don't get too close! They have a snack bar there and it is included in the package. There are 4 trips a day and you have to book in advance because the boat is small and demand is high. It is a great little excursion and too bad that it is so hard to get the opportunity to get over there. See more photos in travelog.

Pura Vida!

by tang-bailey

"Beautiful Safe Country"

Many people assume that because CR is in Central America that it is unsafe. We spent a week there and I had no fear whatsoever when we were off the resort at any time.

This is a beautiful lush country during rainy season. The rainy season ends in November. Although we only had rain for about 1 hour 4 days out of 7.

The mountains and volcanos are amazing. This is a place to go if you are interested in ecological edventures. This is the basis of all their tours.

We had the opportunity to visit beautiful waterfalls, a volcano crater, and walk through the rainforest.

They have the big blue butterflies swooping by you while walking in the forest. We saw many monkeys just hanging on it trees along the side of the road.

It was very hot while we were there and apparently it gets hotter in their dry season.

"Resort"

We stayed at the Fiesta Premier Resort and it was fabulous. It was a smaller resort and while we were there the resort had probably about 150 people staying there.

You have the choice of a bungalow that has two rooms in it or you can stay up in the 400's which is at the top of the hill but apparently was worth the view.

There were two a la carte restaurants. I highly recommend the spinach ravioli at the italian restaurant. It was to die for.

Also the macadamia nut and garlic soup at the other restaurant was excellent.

There isn't alot of night life at this resort but we made the best of it. Brought our Ipod and they let us hook it up to the speakers and all the Canadians that were there which was about 90% of the guests had a great time.

The resort offers some great FREE activities.

They have a snorkeling tour, a kayaking tour, a walking tour, a sunset tour and a bike tour off of the resort. We took advantage of each of these and it was great. I was able to see a baby stingray while snorkeling and we were able to see the spider monkyes as well as the howler monkeys.

The sunset tour is a must see it is quit the view.

Liberia - Passing Through

by Albernfrau

Liberia is where we went to catch a bus north to Nicaragua. We spent the day here checking out stores. The Central Park is very nice and was the spot where my husband and I had our first marital argument!!! This is also where you can get some "American" food, ie Burger King. I wouldn't really recommend staying here but it is a good place to catch buses, get a meal, buy any supplies you need and then move on!

To catch the bus to Nicaragua go to the Nica Bus terminal 2 blocks south of the main intercity bus terminal. The bus ticket to Grenada, Nicaraga cost approx $15US each. Nica Bus was fabulous. They are a first-class bus service and they provided excellent service.

Liberia

by a005116

Liberia is the capital of the province Guanacaste. The city itself is little more than a stop-over place for people traveling further to the Nicaraguan border or to one of the many beaches in the neighboorhood.

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Address: 2 km east and 300m north, Iglesia de Curubande, Liberia, Costa Rica