Villa Las Tecas

Address: Lots C184 and C185, Playas de Nosara, Nicoya, Province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Lots C184 and C185, Playas de Nosara, Nicoya, is near Nosara Beach (Playa Guiones), Charlie's Adventure Tours, Cabo Blanco Absolute Natural Reserve, and Cabo Blanco Absolute Reserve.
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    Travel Blogs from Nicoya

    ¡Solamente! Me encanta... ¡Salud!

    A travel blog entry by amelisheva on Jul 09, 2014

    8 photos

    ... to speak total Spanish but nope, they were Yankies and.... We were all headed back to Potrero. They offered me a ride before I could even ask.... Lifesavers from New York. We waited till the sunset then headed back to town, a 45 minute hike for me, a 5 minute drive for all of us. Oh yeah, they even treated me to a beer on the way. I'm definitely going to try to return to this beach tomorrow and hit La Playa Prieta as well. Gotta go get my homework done... ¡Pura ...

    Adventure on the West Coast of Costa Rica

    A travel blog entry by shannond on May 11, 2014

    26 photos

    ... main strip all along the beach with a few restaurants and bars right on the beach. Sarah and I had a (romantic) dinner on the beach and watched lightning surround us. On Thursday morning we bought some fresh watermelon and played football in the waves with a coconut. After speaking with a local at our hostel, it turns out no one takes the coastal rode we drove down the day before. They all stay on the main highway, which is a quicker journey and a "real road" with less chances ...

    First few weeks of voluntary work.

    A travel blog entry by marinaa on Jan 24, 2014

    ... at this school. The whole community will be able to help sustain the nature. It probably won't go all that smooth right from the start but maybe in a couple of years there will be a lot of people that recycle in this area.

    The last project I will talk about is the 'Butterfly project'. This project doesn't make me feel particularly useful but it's lots of fun to do. Just like with the birds the park wants to index all the butterflies that visit Barra Honda. Only ...

    Journey to the jungle–Lake Arenal and beyon

    A travel blog entry by afearonwood on Apr 02, 2013

    ... and Thailand and I must say this was unique. I swear many of the sounds were beeps and buzzes like a computer game. We were walking along the trail when I heard a rustle and a band of white-nosed coati sprang out of the jungle toward me scaring the **** out of me. I was haling. They look a bit like a cross between a raccoon and an ant-eater with a monkey-like tail but are harmless. Which, having said that, I saw three mammal species I have never heard of or seen before. I ...

    Costa Rica - east to west

    A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on Dec 19, 2012

    1 comment, 40 photos

    ... out from the organizers parked just up the road that the
    runners, some 30 of them from 11 different countries, were competing in a 200
    km cross country super marathon over 7 days, running from the Pacific to
    Caribbean coasts including some serious climbing and descending. Amongst them
    we were told were two South Africans so we had to drive the short distance
    along the coast to where they were all due to finish their huge endeavour and
    to congratulate ...