Travel Experta’s Interesting Facts – Dominical Beach in the South Pacific Region of Costa Rica

Dominical, a tranquil beach town 28 miles south of Quepos, might become your favorite hideaway. It is a place of breath-taking scenery and killer waves that has escaped the mass development on other Pacific Coast beaches of Costa Rica.

Wildlife enthusiasts will love nearby Hacienda Baru National Wildlife Refuge, where sloths, monkeys and toucans are frequently spotted. Ecotourism it’s the primary source of income. It attracts travelers with a variety of nature and adventure tours.

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At Ballena National Marine Park swimmers and snorkelers can enjoy calmer waters. It’s also a hot spot for dolphin and whale watching. Visitors can explore miles of deserted beaches, mangrove forests and coral reefs. Protecting more than 5300 hectares of ocean and nine miles of coastline.

So Much to See

…..* Baru Beach
…..* Dominical
…..* Dominicalito
…..* Playa Hermosa
…..* The Costa Ballena
…..* Marino Ballena National Park
…..* Hacienda Baru National Wildlife Refuge
…..* Parque Reptilandia
…..* Oro Verde Nature Reserve
…..* Rancho La Merced Wildlife Refuge
…..* Nauyaca Waterfalls
…..* Cano Island
…..* Corcovado National Park

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So Much To Do

…..* Canopy tours
…..* ATV tours
…..* Bird & Wildlife Watching
…..* Canyoning
…..* Day Spas
…..* Hiking
…..* Horseback Riding
…..* Canoeing & Sea Kayaking
…..* Day Trip to Cano Island
…..* Snorkeling and Scuba Diving
…..* Sport Fishing
…..* Surfing
…..* Whitewater River Rafting
…..* Theater & Nightlife

Where is it?

You will find Dominical Beach 28 miles south of Quepos on the South Pacific Coast of Costa Rica.


The weather in this side of the country is warm and humid. The rainy season is from May to November and be average temperature: 83°F.

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