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Located along the northern Pacific coast of Costa Rica, Tamarindo is a gold standard of all regional surf destinations. This coastal town is home to some top-of-the-line superb water sport entertainment (consisting of snorkeling, diving, horseback riding and zip-lining facilities) are an exquisite delight, and so is a scintillating experience of partying here amidst some typical music and an electrifying ambiance. Also of note are its scenic saltwater estuary, fishing hotspots, eco-friendly adventures and the sites that would allow you to see turtles laying eggs and then rushing back to sea. Three of the best beaches near Tamarindo are Playa Avellanas, Playa Grande and Playa Negra.Places of Interest in Tamarindo
The Las Baulas National Marine Park is a National Park of Costa Rica. It is a part of the Tempisque Conservation Area and is spread across 43 acres north of Tamarindo. You should visit here to see the largest nesting colony of leatherback sea turtles found on Americas’ Pacific coast, plus more than 170 species of birds and marine species. With half the park being situated underwater, it makes for an alpha spot of scuba diving too.Barra Honda National Park
Situated less than 90 minutes away from the town of Tamarindo, Barra Honda National Park is known for its 42 pre-historic limestone caves that were naturally built over last 70 million years. Two star attractions here include the 30 meter deep Nicoa Caves (here 2300 year old human skeletal remains and jewelry were found) and Santa Ana (the deepest regional cave explored and it plunges to nearly 787 feet downwards). You would also find several rare species like blind salamanders and endemic fish that have adapted themselves to live in pitch darkness here.Playa Grande (or Grand Beach or Salinas)
Costa Rica’s picture-perfect beach community along Pacific Ocean, the Grand Beach is also known for its leatherback turtles and surfing spots. It is situated less than a mile away from the Tamarindo Estuary, where you would find some superb fishing, paddle boarding, hiking, sailing, horseback riding, scuba diving, snorkeling and canopy features.