Consistent Surf Breaks in Playa Grande, Costa Rica
Hotel Bula Bula, In only 5 minutes you will walk to the gorgeous white sand beach. With some of the most consistent surf breaks in Costa Rica. You will find 5 kilometers of beauty to explore! If you are in Guanacaste for surfing, you will not be disappointed. After you finish an exhausting day of fun in the sun return to your room full of tropical colors. Including intimate lighting, and native artwork to sleep on an orthopedic king sized bed! You can even arrange to have spa services in your room!
Turtle Nesting In Costa Rica
What one of the most popular draws to Costa Rica is the hope of seeing giant sea turtles. Hotel Bula Bula located on one of the beaches. Also known to have an abundance of leather-back sea turtles, nesting November through April. These are turtles without hard shells which can measure 2.5 meters and weigh up to 700 kilos! Throughout the year you may get lucky and see a baby turtles hatch. Watch as they scatter to the water for the first time. Be sure to give them lots of room, as at first their eyes are closed and they run in unexpected ways.
Endless Activities and Tours in Bula Bula Guanacaste Costa Rica
Guanacaste is the place to be in Costa Rica, especially during the rainy season. This is the driest part of the country! You will find the nice weather here year round. At Hotel Bula Bula many activities and adventures await you. You can participate in any number of Guanacaste Tours from Hotel Bula Bula. Examples include guided wildlife tours of the Tamarindo Estuary, canopy/zip line, Rincon de la Vieja Volcano, sunset cruise, and visiting the Guaitil Village to learn about native pottery making. Hotel Bula Bula offers an adults-only tour of the local cantinas. Don’t stay out too late on your adventures. You don’t want to miss Chef Waltini’s blend of American cuisines. Sample New England Traditional, Gulf Coast Cajun, or Latin American Specialties!
Nightlife as Abundant as the Wildlife near Playa Grande, Costa Rica!
Hotel Bula Bula nestled in one of the most ecologically diverse areas of Costa Rica. Located in Playa Grande, a part of Guanacaste, Costa Rica also considered a dry rainforest. Everyone has heard of rainforests and cloud forests. But you may want to spend part of your trip in a dry rainforest and see the plants and animals. Take a trip to the nearby popular town of Tamarindo Costa Rica. Also have some drinks, food, and dancing, take a walk around Playa Grande. Make sure to keep an eye out for giant leatherback turtles, tucans, monkeys, and tropical trees and flowers! You will find it hard to choose which is better- the nightlife or the wildlife?