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#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Santa Teresa
Paradise beach in the middle of nowhere.Amazing wide beach, rocks on both ends and perfect to practice surf if you are a begginer like us!!! Calm , peaceful and relaxing beach.Loved and for sure will be back.
Beaches pristine - white sand, easy access & fewer rocks - great place to surf, swim & watch sunset!! Also great for morning walks.
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#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Santa Teresa
One of the most beautiful beaches I have ever seen, clean, large and full of positive energy, fine sand and wonderful shells, horses, iguanas, monkeys and many different species of birds .... WONDERFUL
This beach is gorgeous, has great shells and perfect waves for surfing or body boarding or surfing all day every day.
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#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in Santa Teresa
Loved this beach for its wonderful surfing and people- watching at sunset, but mostly for the great food and drinks and staff at Carmen's- the pizza restaurant there which had the BEST ceviche we tasted.
Good to get away from all the expensive condos and enjoy a quiet surf town with everything you need with in waking distance

Montezuma Falls

Montezuma 6.7 mi away
#1 of 8 Nature & Parks in Montezuma
... to the second and third waterfalls, where you have to use ropes some of the way along to both ascend and descend, and you are rewarded by being able to jump into an isolated and beautiful waterfall in the jungle.
Cool little hike through the wilderness to reach these falls - as an American used to well defined paths, signage everywhere, and park rangers patrolling, it was nice to take what felt like a "rugged hike."
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Isla de Cabuya

Cabuya 7.1 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Cabuya
Arrive 2-3 hours before low tide by bus, car or on foot, Take the little road toward the ocean next to El Delfin de La Luna or better yet, right next to ""The Bakery"... Walk across the natural road to the island.
We were there on a sunny day which made the walk along the causeway a tad hot but there was a lot of shade under trees on the island and a good breeze.
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