Costa Rica

Costa Rica exports a lot of coffee, bananas and microprocessors, and imports a lot of swell. And that makes Costa Rica’s surf-lavished coastlines among the country’s most valuable natural resources.

Seasons and Weather

Seasons and Weather

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    Warm : 75°-80°
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    Medium : 65°-75°
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    Cold : Less than 60°
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Covering 8° to 11° of latitude, Costa Rica’s 631 miles of Pacific Ocean coastline divides neatly in half, with Puntarenas in the Gulf of Nicoya in the middle. WaterWays focuses on accommodations near Jaco Beach and also in the Guanacaste province of northern Costa Rica. This part of Costa Rica is farther west than the southern half, and the coastline bulges into the Pacific Ocean, facing from southwest to northwest picking up swells from all directions.
Witch’s Rock, Ollie’s Point, Tamarindo, Nosara and some of the famous places you’ve heard about are in this part of Costa Rica in addition to a few surf spots you haven’t heard about.
Costa Rica is world renowned for having warm weather, tropical sunshine, lush scenery, beautiful beaches, friendly people and a reassuring feeling of safety and security.