Daydreams of a tropical paradise

Santa Teresa beach

Lounging on a tropical beach is probably one of the all-time most popular daydreams.

Picture it … soft, cushy white sand, rhythmic deep blue waves rolling onto shore, soft breezes wafting playfully over you as you lounge in the shade of palm trees, sipping cold coconut juice and snacking on chilled, juicy, sweet pineapple. Surfers bounce, flip and skim through the cobalt water and white froth. The warm yellow sun throws a zillion sparkles across the water. There is nothing to do, and nowhere to go. Just be.

Have you opened up new travel pages on your web browser yet? Checked your airline miles? Vacation days?

This daydream can be yours … live, and up close and personal.

On the southwestern tip of the Nicoya Peninsula, along the rugged Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, lies the quiet Santa Teresa Beach. The little fishing village has turned into a “hidden” tourism gem, still off the beaten track but gaining fast in popularity. Playa Santa Teresa was listed in the top 10 by Trip Advisor for its Travelers Choice Beaches Awards in 2011.

This area of the Nicoya Peninsula is known for its tropical beach paradise, romantic landscapes, beautiful sunsets, epic surf spots, and more recently, for yoga centers and retreats. A place that encompasses all of this and more is Hotel Tropico Latino.

Imagine your own private suite right on the beach. Relax in your own private pool and Jacuzzi while watching the spectacular sunsets over Santa Teresa Beach. Enjoy talking about the day’s highlights while dining al fresco on your private terrace. Let the sounds of surf lull you to sleep in your luxurious bedroom, only to wake up in the morning and do it all over again!

Hotel Tropico Latino won the Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor in May 2011. Their newest addition, the Beach Front Suite, is its most secluded and luxurious accommodation.

The hotel offers daily yoga classes, “front yard” surfing, and week-long yoga & surf retreats. You can pamper yourself at the hotel’s first class all-natural spa and dine on fresh tropical cuisine in the restaurant. Check hotel´s photos below.

By Shannon

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