WE HOPE THIS SITE comes as proof positive that Nosara is a wonderful place to visit. Whether you’re looking for some of the world’s best yoga, epic surfing, or even a beautiful vacation home, Nosara has plenty of terrific options to explore.
But don’t feel like you need to take our word for it …
If it’s an objective recommendation you’re after, check out the three below, from the New York Times, CNN, or National Geographic, all of whom agree that Nosara is a top world destination for travelers looking to surf, explore, eat, or just relax and soak up some sun.
“World’s 20 Best Surf Towns” from National Geographic:
In a wave-rich country, Nosara stands out as the surf town par excellence. Warm water, friendly locals, endless beaches, powerful river mouths, long point breaks, and virtually year-round high swells make it a veritable surfing Disneyland—without all the lines and overzealous parents. Located on the coast of a Blue Zone (a place where a large percentage of local people live to a hundred years old or more), Nosara offers the kind of lifestyle that most surfers only dream about. It is a perennial favorite among traveling surfers of all levels for both its waves and relaxed pace of life. Read more …
“45 Places to Go in 2012” from the New York Times:
With sandy beaches, warm, jade-green waters and rolling waves that rarely get too big, the remote jungle community of Nosara on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica has become the ideal spot to learn to surf. The crescent-shaped Guiones beach is a good jumping-off point to go hiking or visit the nearby turtle refuge, and there are small, charming hotels and local bars with live music. But in a place that sees sunny, rainless weather from December to May, surfing’s the thing. Read more …
“11 Places to Go in 2014” from CNN:
Alvin Rosenbaum, an expert in tourism and senior visiting scholar at George Washington University’s International Institute of Tourism Studies, says: “Its pristine beaches are responsible for the introduction of an array of new activities for families with children, ranging from toddlers’ programs to educational and volunteer programs for older children.
“Nosara prides itself on its beaches and wildlife refuges and is now one of the most environmentally-aware communities in Latin America.” Read more …