Coco has built great tourism infrastructure, and it is one of the most frequently visited locations in the country. Its white-grey sands sit in a horseshoe-bay and stretch three kilometers to Centinela Point
"Playa del Coco is a typical beach town with bars, restaurants and souvenir shops. Great places for Happy Hour. The beach is nice and the town has lots of grocery stores and most anything a travel needs. Taxis are plentiful and reasonable."
"Fun little beach town, the locals where very friendly. Went scuba diving with Rich Coast Divers, great operation. "
"Playa de Coco was an "OK" place. There is a lot of garbage everywhere - on the streets and beaches. It did not seem the cleanest place. The shop attendants were not the friendliest and a little rude. The waiters in eating places were friendlier. I don't think we would go back to this area. "
"We had a wonderful time. It was better then we expected. No one wanted to leave. We had no bad experiences. "
"We stayed at the RIU, werent too happy with the atmosphere there... Not the real Costa Rica... way too touristy there....but the accommodations where really good there, but not what we were looking for. But if someone is looking for a "disneyland" vacation, the RIU is fine."