The Wedding Specialist in Costa Rica

Costa Rica Weddings Locations:
Here is a sample of the most beautiful places of Costa Rica where your ceremony can be performed:

Flamingo Beach: “Playa Flamingo”, also called the “Playa Blanca” is located in Punta Salinas northwest of Bahía Brasilito and 70 km southwest of Liberia. It is nestled between two beaches, Playa Potrero and Playa Brasilito. The beach is a small corridor of white sands flanked by low altitude hills.The natural scenery is contrasted with a wide range of hotels, condominiums and private residences. In Flamingo you can lie on a beautiful white sand beach, swim safely in the surf of the mighty pacific ocean, go fishing, go on a sunset cruise, walk to restaurants and bars feeling safe. All of this and much more is awaiting you in Playa Flamingo the perfect place for your wedding day.

Playa Conchal: Playa Conchal is located 2 kms south of Playa Brasilito. Playa Brasilito and Conchal make up a unit separated by the rock headlands of Punta Conchal. Its name is derived from its unique beach made up of millions of broken shells that constitute a rare, beautiful environment, absolutely private which makes it the perfect place for your wedding.

Playa Tamarindo & Langosta: With its pristine beaches, crystal clear blue waters, super natural surroundings, and near perfect weather, it is no wonder that Tamarindo is among the most popular vacation destination in Costa Rica. A former fishing village in the northern regions of Guanacaste province on the North Pacific Coast, Tamarindo is the area’s most well developed tourist town with plenty of accommodations to suit every pocket. With much to enjoy & even more to do, this multi-cultural community is the ideal place to perform your wedding in a nice beach where the action is

Sugar Beach: Sugar Beach is located on the Pacific Ocean in the Guanacaste Province. This is in the north-west part of Costa Rica, two kilometers north of Playa Potrero. This beach is one of the most beautiful ones in Costa Rica. The climate in this area is much drier than other parts of Costa Rica, an advantage for those looking for sunshine. Activities to be enjoyed in the area include scuba & snorkeling trips. It is guaranteed that Sugar Beach has one of the most stunning sunsets of Costa Rica.

Playa Hermosa & Ocotal: Playa Hermosa in Guanacaste is on the northwest Costa Rican Pacific. It is 5 hours from the San Jose International Airport and just 40 minutes from the Daniel Oduber Airport in Liberia. This exotic gray sand beach surrounds a calm bay with a laid back atmosphere, ideal for your wedding ceremony.
Ocotal is located next to Playas del Coco in Guanacaste with exotic gray sand and one of the most stunning ocean view spots in Costa Rica , perfect for sunset weddings.

Papagayo Gulf: Golfo de Papagayo is a newly expanding area on the northern pacific coast of Costa Rica. Many large all-inclusive resorts and other exclusive resorts visited by rich and famous have started to popup in the Papagayo Gulf in the past years. This area is untamed and very beautiful. If you want to get away from people and experience the nature of Costa Rica at its fullest, this is a great area to explore.
Traditionally known as a paradise for bird watchers and nature lovers, Papagayo is also a charming experience for those interested in relaxation and fun. Papagayo's beaches comply with most of the requirements upon which a good beach is usually judged. Water quality, views, texture of sand, limited and small waves and the limited presence of mosquitoes and other pests are probably the most specified criteria .

Nosara:One of Costa Rica’s best kept secrets, Playa Nosara, is a hidden paradise lying 55 kilometers southwest of Nicoya Extending north from Punta Nosara, this beautiful black sand beach offers visitors a fantastic variety of flora and fauna and is backed by a mangrove swamp. The sunsets here are incredible as this beach offers tourists’ spectacular vistas to enjoy. In the neighboring tropical forest, a large variety of animals and birds can be seen, making this beach one of Costa Rica’s most diverse ecological environments.

Santa Teresa and Montezuma Beach: Santa Teresa and Montezuma are legendary among Surfers and Backpackers, UFO Seekers, Hippie Expatriates and European budget travelers, many young people still like to camp on the beach.
Santa Teresa is renowned worldwide for some of the best surfing in the entire country. Private and secluded Horseback riding, hiking, and canopy tours are also on hand. If you prefer, you can spend a leisurely day just sunbathing on the seashore. Santa Teresa also has plenty of tropical vegetation nearby, and you can also explore Costa Rica’s diverse wildlife
These beaches are loved by surfers and nature lovers
Montezuma remains one of the most popular destinations on the coast, and many people like to stay for at least several days (which is a good way beyond the hippie-frat-party aspect of the place) to enjoy not only the beaches and village, but also the nearby nature reserves and various activities. Montezuma is part of the Gulf of Nicoya. Rivers and streams crisscross the wide but rocky beach, which extends eastward to the solitary and beautiful Cocal, Cocalito and Quizales beaches, and westward to the Cabo Blanco Strict Nature Reserve. All of these coastal sites possess very special features and can be explored on foot mainly at low tide.

Manuel Antonio: Playa Manuel Antonio is one of the most beautiful beaches in Costa Rica and has been rated one of the top ten in the world. The beach is a half mile long, perfect white sand crescent bordered by deep green mangroves and palms. Manuel Antonio National Park is the country's smallest national park but one of the most amazing. Located at the central pacific coast it is home to one of the last sizable populations of the endangered Squirrel Monkey in the region, White Faced and Howler monkeys are also common in the park . Because of its relative insolation and small size it is probably one of the easiest places in Costa Rica to see wildlife, particularly sloths, coatimundis, agoutis, White-faced Monkeys and the tiny Squirrel Monkey. There is no development inside the National Park but line the 7 kilometers ( 4 miles ) of clifftop road leading to Manuel Antonio dozens of small beautiful hotels surrounded by trees and lush tropical gardens with plenty of accommodations with budgets to suit every pocket.


ARENAL VOLCANO : Considered by many to be one of the most spectacular regions in the country, the Northern Lowlands and Volcan Arenal area are Costa Rica’s hottest tourist destinations. The Arenal Volcano is one of the ten most active volcanoes in the world and presents a truly majestic sight, as it spews molten rocks and ash from its summit on a daily basis. With regular eruptions, you can hear the rumbling and see steam rising as lava flows down the sides of the volcano
One of the best places to take in the Arenal Volcano’s awe-inspiring fireworks is at La Fortuna, a tiny town located near the foot of the volcano. The prefect place to kickback and enjoy the area’s superb beauty, La Fortuna is a touristy place that retains much of its original Tico charm. There are also many natural hot springs here as well as resorts where one can pamper themselves taking a long relaxing soak amidst beautiful orchid gardens.

Across from the Arenal sits the sparkling Laguna de Arenal, a delight for sports fishermen and avid windsurf enthusiasts

La Paz Waterfalls:

La Paz Waterfall Gardens. This park is in the tropical rain forest of Braulio Carrillo. Mountainous trails take you on a tour into the forest. You can find five spectacular waterfalls, including Costa Rica's most famous; La Paz. However, there are not only waterfalls to be seen in this park, but also a butterfly farm and hummingbird garden (with hundreds of hummingbirds!).
This splendid and popular nature and wildlife park features the largest butterfly garden in the world, enclosed in a soaring hangar-size cage within which butterflies flutter freely

Monteverde: This small village was founded by the Quaker community that migrated from North America to Costa Rica in the 1950’s
Upon your arrival in Monteverde you will find that much of this village remains untouched by modernity, and most of the people here still lead rural lives. A number of supermarkets, internet cafes, restaurants, and bars have also opened up; mostly to sever
tourists who pass through town.

A lovely and peaceful place perfect for those who enjoy nature, the village of Monteverde is actually a dairy farming community that makes some of the best cheeses in Costa Rica..

If you are a bird watcher, this village offers some lovely bird watching opportunities
Monteverde is famous for being associated with the Reserva Biológica Bosque Nuboso Monteverde or the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, which are a paradise for biologist nature lovers.

Located along Costa Rica’s amazingly beautiful and exotic Caribbean Coast, Cahuita is a relaxing paradise . A stunning black sand beach town with warm calm waters ideal for swimming and snorkeling, Cahuita sits just south of the Cahuita National Park. Among the most visited national parks in Costa Rica, the Parque Nacional Cahuita offers tourists not just great beaches, but a lush coastal rainforest and some fabulous coral reef
to explore and discover.

A fantastic place to relax away, Cahuita’s popularity is rapidly increasing as its neighboring town of Puerto Viejo de Talamanca is fast becoming Costa Rica’s top party destination. With a number of hotels, local sodas and restaurants in town, Cahuita has plenty to offer in the way of spending some quiet tranquil time with your loved one.
Here you can enjoy the tipical afroamerican culture with its music ( reggae- calypso ) and delicious food.



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