Santa Teresa is a mecca of surfing for all levels, and is loved by everybody for its warm waves, beautiful beaches, endless sunshine and good vibes! Couple that with a fun surf town atmosphere and good food and this surf package leaves nothing to be desired. Santa Teresa is located on the western edge of the Nicoya Peninsula, and as a result of consistent off-shore winds is considered a world-class surfing spot. The conditions bring joy to surfers all year round, with peaks during the tropical ‘green’ season (May to December) when the barrels are coming in hard and fast!
Even for beginner surfers Santa Teresa has a lot to offer, and there are plenty of other beach and rainforest activities for you to pick if you want a break from the surf. Scuba diving, hiking, waterfalls and ziplining are just a few of the other activities on offer, and not to forget your ATV rental so you can bike around the town’s dirt roads in style!
You will be staying in a beautiful boutique hotel that is close to all the action, but still maintains a private, relaxed, and quiet vibe for you to enjoy. You can tailor the package to suit you or your group, by adding surf lessons and other activities to make the week as action-packed or chilled out as you like!
All forms of outdoor recreation have a higher level of risk than most ordinary activities, and therefore can be potentially hazardous and/or dangerous. This includes hiking/walking trails and especially off-trail adventure hiking. Risk is always a factor in hiking and off-trail adventure hiking, especially when weather is adverse or unpredictable, or when unforeseen events or conditions create a hazardous condition. There are many risks, both natural and/or man-made, that could lead to injury or death while hiking, especially while off-trail adventure hiking.
For these reasons, it is the responsibility of our guests to learn the necessary skills for safe hiking and off-trail adventure hiking. All participants must assume responsibility for their own actions and safety, exercise sound judgment, be prepared for all conditions, and seek advice on current weather and current trail conditions. These conditions change from day to day, and from season to season.