Tamarindo is an extended beach, with outstanding waves close to the mouth of the estuary.
Waves can be pretty strong, particularly on a falling tide.
Tamarindo has two chief breaks for superior surfers; Pico Pequeño a stony point in facade of the Hotel Tamarindo Diriá and the exceptional river mouth break named El Estero.
The rest of the seashore breaks are ideal for learning. Tamarindo Beach, Guanacaste is the most easily reached site the length of the northern Pacific shore of Costa Rica with a runway serviced 7 days a week from San José by 2 airlines: Nature Air and SANSA present several flights every day. Private lease services are offered as well. on the other hand, visitors ought to be cautioned that throughout the rainy season, the airport is often closed due to the weather conditions. The closest airfield that can have room for IFR landings is 75 km in the direction of the north east in Liberia. The intercontinental airport in Liberia, Guanacaste is open for international flights from a range of carriers. The airport is just about a 75 minute drive from Tamarindo on newly paved roads. Programmed daily bus service from and to San José, in addition to surrounding communities, is on hand by an array of companies. There is as well a paved highway starting on San José for those who wish to lease a car and drive the landscape.
The standard time from San Jose to Tamarindo is about 5 to 6 hours depending on the traffic.
The town as well has a very immense nightlife, and features a lot of local musicians on a normal basis.
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