Dotted with Vacation rentals, condo rentals, villa rentals and other accommodations, Playa Bejuco
is one of the many pristine beaches that abound in Costa Rica
. Only about 35km north of Manuel Antonio
and about 30 km south from Jaco it is a quiet relaxing destination for all visitors. Much of the area around Playa Bejuco is farm land with the locals making their living from farming or fishing. There is very little development in the area but that is slowly starting to change as hotels, villas, vacation rentals and other accommodations are starting to sprout up.
This is Costa Rica
at its best. The area around Playa Bejuco offers stunning scenery, a wealth of wildlife and an impressive natural landscape. The warm sandy beach follows the coast for miles, and visitors can stroll along the beach for hours without meeting another person. The ocean and tidal pools offer excellent swimming
; visitors can ride horses along the beach, or even enjoy surfing as the waves can grow up to sixteen feet at times. To get to Playa Bejuco travellers must navigate a number of gravel and dirt roads making the trip to the beach an adventure all on its own. A small airport situated between the nearby villages of Corozalito
make travel to your villa rentals, vacation home or other accommodations in the secluded town much easier.
Even though there is a great many different vacation rental, and accommodation types available, from a villa rental, condo rental, or other lodging, Just 17 km south of Playa Carrillo
along the coast Playa Bejuco is more subdued and secluded than the more popular tourist destinations. For travellers who want to enjoy a laid back, relaxing vacation on a warm tropical beach, Playa Bejuco is the perfect place to find a villa rental and truly appreciate the remarkable natural beauty that is Costa Rica.
For something truly amazing you can leave your vacation rental for the day and visit one on three natural parks. Carara National Park
is the last noteworthy portion of primary rain forest in the Central Pacific region. Located just 15 km north of Jaco the park is filled with wildlife. Manuel Antonio National Park
is home to many of Costa Rica’s endangered species. The smallest of Costa Rica’s natural parks it encompasses 1700 acres it is recognized as one of the most biodiverse parks in the world, with 109 species of mammals and 184 species of birds. Marino Ballena National Park covers 110 hectares of land and 5375 sea hectares and is named after the humped back whales that migrate to the warm waters of Costa Rica. The park contains 18 coral species making it one of the best snorkeling places to observe corals of the central-south Pacific.
Playa Bejuco is a warm friendly and idyllic tropical destination just waiting to be explored.