Beginning to take the plunge into honeymoon planning? These five Costa Rica honeymoon ideas will set you up for your most romantic trip yet!
Stand-up paddling, also known as SUP or paddle boarding, is one of the fastest-growing outdoor activities. Using a board similar to a surfboard but operated standing up with a pole similar to a Venetian gondolier, paddle boarding is a simply fantastic way to explore the estuaries and hidden passages along the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica.
Costa Rica is a mecca for surfing thanks to its balmy weather and abundance of big waves. Known as the king of water sports, surfing is the perfect blend of enjoying the great outdoors, hand-eye coordination, and balance. It’s also a really fun activity to enjoy for couples.
Natural Hot Spring Therapy Tour
After a long, fun day of exploring all the wonders that Costa Rica offers, there’s no better way to relax than by visiting a natural hot spring. Located in a remote jungle village, the hot spring features several pools of naturally hot water of differing temperatures, each powered by deep underground volcanoes. And to top it off, there’s also a natural slide into the river just below the hot springs.
River and Mangrove Kayaking at Savegre
The big waves of the Pacific Ocean are often the star attraction, but there is lots to offer in the hidden estuaries, creeks, and other waterways along the coast. Kayaking is a great way to spot birds, reptiles, amphibians, and marine life in its natural habitat. And two-person kayaks are a great way for newlyweds to bond as they explore one of the most ecologically diverse locations on the planet.
Hiking the Hidden Beaches of Manuel Antonio
The Manuel Antonio National Park is the most popular national park in Costa Rica, visited each year by millions of tourists. But few know about the hidden beaches which can only be reached by following a secret path. Few sights can compare to beholding these gorgeous expanses of sand framed by the deep blue of the Pacific Ocean.
If you’d like to enjoy an amazing honeymoon in Costa Rica, be sure to book your travels with the Manuel Antonio Surf School and Camp (MASS). Located in Dominical on the Pacific Coast, MASS specializes in personalized surf instruction from local experts as well as exciting and romantic tours in the surrounding region