Costa Rica and adventure travel specialist, Tina Slimp, visited one of Costa Rica’s newest resorts, Dreams Las Mareas. She has been traveling to Costa Rica since the late 90’s and has traveled extensively throughout the country.
Imagine zip-lining and/or rappelling waterfalls, snorkeling crystal clear water, and trekking across suspended bridges among the jungle’s tree tops one day, and then shooting the rapids the next. Imagine no more as Costa Rica offers plenty of options when it comes to diversified adventure. Costa Rica is one my favorite destinations because of the country’s beauty, its people and the abundance of adventure activities.
Traveling to Costa Rica is easy with daily non-stop service from Los Angeles, San Francisco, and other major US cities. Host to American vacationers for years, almost everyone in Costa Rica speaks English and most businesses and hotels accept the US Dollar. I found Dreams Las Mareas a perfect vacation spot for clients that are interested in getting away and staying in a secluded resort with a beautiful expansive beach surrounded by lush green jungles. Not far from the Nicaragua border and located in popular Guanacaste on the Pacific Ocean, this all-inclusive beach property boasts all the amenities for an Unlimited Luxury® escape.
You know you are miles away when you wake up to cute white faced-monkeys on your balcony, and can enjoy sunsets while soaking in your hot tub on your private terrace. All of the resort rooms are spacious and offer beach, jungle or mountain views. Dining is easy as you don’t need reservations and access is limitless to five restaurants, a grill, a buffet and a cafe. Don’t worry about bringing out your wallet as top-shelf spirits, natural juices and soft drinks are complimentary throughout the resort, including your in-suite mini-bar, and gratuities are included. And if you have to stay connected, Las Mareas offers free WiFi and free phone calls to the US and within Costa Rica.
I, or the resort’s in-house concierge, can arrange your days’ activities on land or in the water. Guests of all ages can partake in surfing, stand-up paddle boarding, kayaking, scuba diving, golf, ATV, zip-lining, jungle tours or just simply relax. A highlight of my recent trip was a 5 hour sailboat sunset cruise with Captain Jack. $120.00 per person fare included fishing (trolling), an incredible lunch, plus snorkeling. The sunset was breathtaking!
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