Biplane – Click for a unique perspective of Nosara.

Fishing – Tuna, dorado, snapper, and more.

Surfing – Take advantage of Nosara’s waves.

Wildlife Tours – Monkeys, turtles, lizards, oh my!

Horseback Riding – Guided tours available!

Yoga – Breathe, stretch, refresh.

The Climbing Wall – How high will you go?

Hiking – Hundreds of miles to explore.



Miss Sky Canopy Tours currently hosts the longest tour of it’s kind in the world, with all lines adding up to over 11 km in total.

They are also one of the safest, with all routes double-lined. This is double what the Costa Rican tourist board requires. You are also provided with a high quality double harness.

All these elements make for the smoothest and safest zipline experience possible.

Learn more about ziplining in Nosara.



Sport fishing is one of the many great adventures to embark upon during your stay in Nosara.

There are no guarantees, but your chances of landing some tuna, dorado, or snapper are pretty good, and most of the local restaurants will cook your catch for you and your friends that night.

Check out more information about fishing in Nosara.



Most surfers visiting Nosara head straight for Playa Guiones, which is hands-down one of the most consistent breaks in Costa Rica.

Playa Guiones is a swell magnet and Punta Guiones (at the South end of the beach), juts farther out into the Pacific than many other points in Costa Rica.

Learn more about surfing in Nosara.



There are several different outfitters for horseback riding in Nosara.

With these, you can experience the thrill of galloping on the beaches of Nosara, Guiones, and Pelada, as well as seeing some amazing wild life up close on jungle trails.

Check out more information about horseback riding in Nosara.


Nosara is fortunate to have hundreds of species of wildlife. In fact, we have a reputation as being one of the best places in the country to view animals and insects exist in their natural habitat.

Monkeys, birds, turtles, lizards, cattle, and more. Come to Nosara to explore some of Central America’s most vibrant animals and insects.

Check out more wildlife in Nosara.



If you travel to Nosara and you’re not a surfer, chances are you might be coming for the Yoga.

The area is home to many retreats, which are designed to be as relaxing as possible. Taught by teachers with years of experience, there are also many options for career training in yoga education. For the casual yogi, daily classes are also offered to the public.

Check out more information about yoga in Nosara.



Nosara is home to any number of adventures. The latest addition is wall climbing.

Great exercise, a way to sharpen your hand and eye coordination, and plenty of fun, wall climbing is a great way to spend the day in Nosara.

Check out more information about wall climbing in Nosara.