experience the region’s unspoiled beaches and incredible biodiversity in a range of accommodations. Despite the town’s recent and ongoing development, it retains the laidback vibe that is so characteristic of the region
"We ate at Bamboo Sushi and Dragonfly, both were fabulous food and very friendly people especially at the Dragonfly. We were there over the new year and it was really busy but still fine. We had an incredible time."
"People visit Tamarindo for the surf and for good reason! It offers waves for the beginners and experienced alike. "
"I liked this area as you had the beach and were not to far to venture out for some excursions."
"We visited Tamarindo during the slow season in September and it was wonderful. We had the beach to ourselves and the bars and restaurants were never full. That being said, certain shops and restaurants were closed due to tourists not being around, so if you're wanting a bustling, action packed environment, pick another month! "
"More of a bar and restaurant scene at night, with surfing and laid back hangouts during the day, this place is less about nature and more about the good life, but it was exactly what we had in mind for our stay there."