Laying on the southern tip of the Peninsula Nicoya, Santa Teresa is a unique beach town that seems to have a little something more, a secret power if you like. It's an energy that can't be explained but can definitely be felt by all. Long white sand beaches, world class surf spots, tropical jungle, amazing sunsets, more than 80 international restaurants, top-notch spa and the beautiful people that walk the streets will bring you to Santa Teresa, but its that magnetizing energy that makes you never want to leave.
A broad strip of forest frames the beaches and an absence of high-rise buildings maintains the pristine image of the coastline with its long sweep of white sand beach washed by the pacific surf and backed by jungle covered hills.
Trip Advisor calls it one of the top 10 destinations in Central and South America and more than a few celebrities have chosen to make Santa Teresa, Costa Rica their home away from home.
Santa Teresa has the distinct flavor of an ultra hip, cosmopolitan destination, yet paradoxically boasts untouched nature, while the dirt road that runs through the area leaves no doubt that travelers are indeed in the wild un-tamed west.
Surf's always up in the Costa Rican beach town of Santa Teresa. Bright sun and gleaming sands make the perfect backdrop to hang ten in the crystal-clear waters, and fishing, snorkeling and kite-surfing are popular among vacationers. Yoga and spa services are a must for the ultimate relaxation, and, at night, catch a glorious sunset on the same beach where earlier you caught a wave.
Waterfalls are common in this part of Costa Rica, on the Montezuma side of the peninsula. Because of the natural geography, most of the rainwater that falls on the Nicoya peninsula flows towards the Montezuma side, so there are many falls with water in them year-round. Many have swimming holes, two have rope-swings, and one is ideal for cliff-diving (Montezuma Falls.)
A fun four hours guided tour through trails in the forest, right through rivers, over cow pastures, swimming in two waterfalls, along with the beautiful beaches near Montezuma & Tambor, or Cabuya, Mal Pais & Santa Teresa.
We have Honda ATV, 420cc & 500cc, semi-automatic, 5 speeds, very strong and fast machine in very good conditions. For one or two persons.
A great and safe activity for groups and families, come join us!
We also rent ATV/Quads for minimum three days, very comfortable to move around on your visit here to Tambor, Montezuma, Cabuya, Mal Pais and Santa Teresa.
The Mal Pais Canopy Tour is based in the quiet village of Malpais, on a farm with more than 200 different tree species, at the entrance of the Cabo Blanco Absolute Nature Reserve.
The whole area is surrounded by rich tropical forest and diverse wildlife as well as many birds. Come and journey through the treetops, enjoying the tropical forest while the Pacific Ocean lies below you.
The exciting canopy ride is nearly a mile long and has 11 platforms set high in the gigantic trees. Steel cables connect the platforms which are between 5 and 30 meters in height. You will not forget the experience of flying along our 300 meters long shot over a canyon between the second and the third platform, or the incredible 500 meters long ride through the jungle along a creek.
This Canopy Tour in Costa Rica have professional nature guides that will accompany you on the unforgettable journey through the biodiversity of the environment.
They will introduce you to the fascinating secrets of the forest.Following the strictest safety norms, you will enjoy thrilling views of the Pacific Ocean and of the forest from many different perspectives.