Rioja Rent a Car en Costa Rica, Rent a Car en Guanacaste: Tamarindo, Guanacaste
Tamarindo, Guanacaste no doubt Tamarindo with its pristine beaches, clear blue water, great natural surroundings and an almost perfect climate is among the most popular places as a holiday destination in Costa Rica. It was an old fishing village in the northern province of Guanacaste in the Nicoya Peninsula. Tamarindo is a town tourism development with adequate accommodations to suit all budgets. It has a lot to enjoy and more to do, this multicultural community is the ideal place to enjoy the sun.
The beaches here are first and the whole town feels a relaxed atmosphere, making it a great place for those looking to have a good time.
With the surfing and windsurfing conditions almost perfect for both experienced and novice surfers, Tamarindo is probably the most accessible beach town across the northern Pacific Coast. Besides surfing, swimming, snorkeling, sailing, kayaking, skiing, boogie boarding, horseback riding and scuba diving, you can visit the nearby wildlife refuge Diria, as well as the Leatherback National Marine Park, where sea turtles come every summer to spawning and feeding.
Tamarindo Beach is big enough for those seeking some peace and quiet. But for those who want action, which is another favorite hobbies are fishing sport fishing record in offshore marlin, tuna and sailfish. For those who love sports ground is also golf, another popular choice at Hacienda Pinilla has one of the best golf courses in Central America.
It is important to bear in mind that Playa Tamarindo has strong currents and rips barely submerged rocks, so be careful when swimming here. The estuaries to the north and south are also very dangerous to cross when the tide is medium to high. The statuary that divides north of Playa Grande Tamarindo is quite large and you can hire canoes to observe the wildlife here. To the south is the beautiful and beyond series Playa Langosta, with its excellent Bed & Breakfast. Most hotels and B & B costly are scattered throughout the beach of Playa Langosta and south of Tamarindo.
The town of Tamarindo itself is pretty colorful and flavorful with local Tico. Here you can find several bakeries, a vegetable market outdoor art gallery, gift shops, a spa is very beautiful and more than 40 restaurants, bars and discos with cuisines to suit all tastes. Easy access by bus, but the best way to get to Tamarindo is to fly to Liberia International Airport and then take a quick trip through Santa Cruz to the town.
Caution: In recent years there has been a growth of tourist robberies and thefts of expensive arenda is a bit worrying. Be careful when you walk at night.