City Guide to Montezuma, Costa Rica

By Paige, Nicaragua, August 2012

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Close to the tip of the Nicoya Peninsula lies the laid-back, famously bohemian beach getaway of Montezuma. With its beautiful beaches, crashing waterfalls and colorful atmosphere, it’s a favorite spot for travelers trying to escape the high-rise developments starting to encrust more popular towns.

The reason why Montezuma has been overlooked all these years, is because it’s relatively time-consuming to visit; it’s not attached by paved road to the more popular Guanacaste beaches like Tamarindo and Papagayo, so most travelers take a ferry across the Golfo de Nicoya from the mainland. It’s worth the trip, however, for the magical feeling that you’ve escaped back into the Costa Rica of yesteryear.

Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our Costa Rica Things to Do blog. Visit the original post to continue reading the full post and to learn more about things to do in Costa Rica.

Photo courtesy of jbacchetta via Flickr.

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