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Mountain Bike Tour at Las Catalinas

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You might not have packed a mountain bike, but you can still hit the trails with this mountain biking tour in Las Catalinas. Cruise down 20 miles (33 kilometers) of an intermediate cross-country single-track trail with a private guide, pausing along the way to admire views most travelers miss. A high-quality bike is included, plus a helmet and optional pedal upgrades.
$85.00 per adult
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cindydallow wrote a review Feb 2020
Greeley, Colorado2 contributions
This is a nice quiet beach but the sand is brown, grey, and black so it's not very pretty. It's a good place to paddle board, swim, or just hang out but we prefer beaches with whiter sand.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Paige M. wrote a review Feb 2020
Nashville, Tennessee17 contributions1 helpful vote
This is a great beach! One minute golf cart ride from Casa Chameleon. Nice, shady spots. Beautiful black sand (that is very hot on your feet when it’s not wet) and really pretty red shells.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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fnct wrote a review Feb 2020
Succasunna, New Jersey761 contributions209 helpful votes
To access this beach you need to either wait for the tide to go out a bit or walk through Las Catalinas and take the wooden walkway over a small creek and then follow a path through the woods up and down bike trails and it will deposit you at the beach. There are no facilities. The beach is secluded and you will not see many if any people. The sand is much nicer than at Las Catalinas. On a Sunday’s you will some some local families on the beach enjoying the day and picnicking.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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golono wrote a review Dec 2019
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma38 contributions14 helpful votes
There are rocks in one spot right in front of Lemonada. Avoid those, go east a bit and there are no rocks and sandy bottom.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Oscar T wrote a review Nov 2019
Tulum, Mexico14 contributions1 helpful vote
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If you are near Tamarindo in CR, you have to visit Las Catalinas and be ready for the beach and for a hike, and of course a good camera, here you can see the famous islet with a tree in the middle, swim at the beach Danta and Dantita and hike the trial or rent a bike and do the whole thing if you have the time and energy for a mountain bike 2 hours ride. There is a public parking lot and people taking an eye on the vehicles, we leave our rental car there with our backpacks and no problem. Bring your drinks, food and snack, there is a restaurant by the villas with far away restaurant prices. And there is a store for souvenirs, good mountain bikes for rent and other things.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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