Join an amazing surf camp in the beautiful Playa Hermosa Costa Rica with Ola Bonita Apart Hotel! The experience you will get here will be an unforgettable surf experience you ever had. This surf camp is all natural paradise, and also, is designed after the need and the motivation of wanting to establish a solid culture of the surf in Costa Rica. Ola Bonita Apart Hotel guarantees that this camp will be full of energy and action!
Airport transfer included: Juan Santamaria International Airport
In the Ola Bonita Apart Hotel, you will totally find seven furnished apartments in front of the beach, Ola Bonita Apart Hotel invited you to know this exciting Costa Rican tourist place, you will be offered by great facilities so your stay here can be wonderful. In Ola Bonita Apart Hotel you will find the perfect tranquility to enjoy your vacations.
All rooms have balconies and you can enjoy an exciting view. There will be also TV, WiFi, dining area, refrigerator, and private bathroom with hot water in each room.
Ola Bonita Apart Hotel is located six kilometers from south of Jacó Beach, in Playa Hermosa, and only 90 minutes from Juan Santamaría International Airport (SJO), Central America. Playa Hermosa has become one of the world's favorite surfing destination, with waves all year round. Moreover, near the hotel, you can find supermarkets, banks, hospitals, rent at cars, restaurants, shopping centers, and bars.
Hermosa Beach, located six kilometers south of Jaco, is one of the most favorite destinations among surfers visiting Costa Rica, because of the fact that it has optimum conditions to practice this sport. Many national and international tournaments are organized there, what has made this beach and its waves are known worldwide.
With continuous waves during the whole year and one of the strongest Beach Breaks around the world, Hermosa Beach has about seven surf spots; every one of them is special and know from north to south as Terraza, Fuego del Sol, Back Yard, el Almendro, el Codo, Refugio Tortugas, and Tulin. Get ready for that tube that you have been dreaming of.
Hermosa Beach has Hotels and restaurants on the beach and in front of the sea, so you won’t miss the waves or the surfers’feats, but also to fully enjoy your stay on this beach without leaving paradise.
You will find some good places to please your palate. Las Olas is in front of the sea, and it is perfect to have breakfast while looking at the waves. Pizzeria Bocha serves delicious pizzas and Argentinean pies.
There are two companies that can take you on an adventure across the Tarcoles River and the mangrove; they are Crocodile Man Tour and Jungle Crocodile Safari, the cost of this trip is 25 USD. You can also hire your tour from the hotel or any travel agency located in Jaco.
Carara National Park is open every day, and the entrance fee is 8 USD. Ola Bonita Apart Hotel recommends you to go with a naturalistic guide, who will uncover for you the wide range of fauna hidden in such beautiful nature.
Hermosa Beach, as its name shows, is a place of great beauty, which is protected as a National Wild Life Refuge due to its important biological richness. Its main character is the Lora Turtle that arrives to lay its eggs on this beach between August and December.
In contrast with other beaches where Lora Turtles come in big groups, here they come individually. It is hoped that you are lucky enough to watch this incredible marine species laying their eggs. There is a program on Hermosa Beach in charge of the study and protect this emblematic animal.
The small town of Tarcoles is located in an enclave of great beauty and biological richness, in front of the Pacific Ocean, on the Grande de Tarcoles riverside, and tucked in by the hills of Carara National Park. The Tarcoles is a famous River due to the high rate of crocodiles living in it, approximately 30 per square kilometer, something really extraordinary.
Guacalillo Mangrome (Manglar de Guacalillo) is located on the river’s mouth. An important ecosystem for many animals, more than 200 bird species stand out, among them the most colorful, the red limpet.
You can navigate this river on a boat; see the crocodiles, and visit the mangrove with any of the companies that offer this kind of trip.
Carara National Park is a trunk full of treasures, a real living laboratory. There are two trail areas to walk; the path on the north side of the park extends along the river, where lagoons and marshes are formed. The south side has paths across hills and gullies. The park has also stayed in Jaco, due to its proximity.