Secluded beach, beautiful scenery, can be visited only during low tide, lots to explore.
Playa Arco Uvita: Playa Arco is one of five beaches in Marino Ballena National Park. This park is one of the country’s only national marine parks and has gained recognition for its whale-tail-shaped sandbar. The general public must go through the Ballena Sector Ranger Station and pay admission ($6…
a hidden beach, which features a waterfall and a cave... where the jungle meets the ocean...
With its pristine white sands, Playa Arco is a one of the most beautiful beaches in Costa Rica. It is accessible only at low tide. To get there, walk to the right from the main entrance at Playa Ballena until you reach the end of the beach. From there, there is a little foot path over the hill and…
“The Flutterby House is an amazing little beach hostel in Uvita with great vibes, yummy food, and tasty drinks. We really appreciate the sustainable practices they follow and love supporting them. The Flutterby House is located a 5-minute walk to the famous "Whale Tail" beach ($6 entry to the beach most days), making it a great spot to grab some food and a cold drink after a swim, sunbathe, or surf lesson. *If you're planning on spending any nights in Uvita and want a budget-friendly option near the beach, we highly recommend checking out their website to see the cabins and bunk options that are available - we love the Flutterby!”
“Spanish-style restaurant with good food near the Playa Chaman. Not open all year round so good to call first. ”
“This is the place to go for local adventure information and to book tours, car rentals, and airport transfers. Sonia Leon and her multilingual staff provide answers to questions and can set you up for the most unforgettable experiences, based on whatever you are looking for. Check out their website, book tours in advance if you can, and tell them Casa Buendia sent you for extra special treatment!”
“Traditional Costa Rican dishes. A local hangout. On the highway next to BM south. ”