Costa Rica beaches are among the best in Latin America. Warm waters throughout the year, an unmatched tourism infrastructure, and infinite numbers of tourist attractions spanning two coasts are the reasons that beaches of Costa Rica rank among the best in the world. About nearly two-thirds of Costa Rica's borders are coastline, so there are plenty of Costa Rica beaches such as Manuel Antonio Beach, Tamarindo Beach and many more to explore.
1.Manuel Antonio Beach
One of the most popular and visited beach destinations in Costa Rica is Manuel Antonio Beach. It just takes about half an hour to hike from the park’s entrance to the Beach. Also, the park is also interconnected by hiking trails leading to other popular beaches within the park. The coral seascape is worth seeing and exploring, but do not forget to wear your swimsuit and other gears.
This beach is best for beginning surfers, thus don’t be scared by its surf town reputation. Here you will find here a variety of accommodation choices to choose from near Tamarindo Beach. Keep in mind that most hotels can set you up or direct you to a close water sports rental. Grab dinner in Tamarindo after a lively beach day. Apart from this, you can also visit another neighboring white sand beach of Langosta particularly if you’re looking to swim.
3. Playa Dominical Beach
It is just about 30 miles south of Manuel Antonio National Park. Playa Dominical is commonly known as one of the best Costa Rica beaches for surfing. Many surf camps have sprung up to take benefits of the lively lefts and rights. Also, people who don't surf will love the lush green landscape and nightlife of Playa Dominical.
4. Playa Conchal Beach
It is made of small broken shells as well as coral smoothed by the waves. Playa Conchal is really an amazing spot to go snorkeling or just sit back and work on your tan. The turquoise water is bustling with marine life and you will see much tropical colored fish here. Above and beyond, you can also see leatherback or Olive Ridley turtles.
5. Tambor Beach
Tambor is a very small Costa Rican beach town. The beach of Tambor is easily accessed and you find shade under palm and almond trees. Tambor's inland areas are great to explore on horseback and the pinkish-gray beaches are best for a barefoot stroll.
There are not many hotels located along the beach, but those accommodations that are there are developed large hotel chains, with few budget accommodation choices. Many people relocate here every month because of its beauty and amazing beaches. You want to relocate; you can take help from Costa Rica Relocation Services.
Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast is well-known for its riptides. Keep in mind that never swim alone or leave kids unattended. Also, do not attempt to swim back to the beach if you have been caught by the current but go towards the beach at a 45-degree angle