If you visit South Pacific Costa Rica´s region, you`re going to experience magical moments in paradise! The Ballena Tales Team is at your disposal to give you more information!
The great thing about Costa Rica’s Independence is that it was achieved without firing a shot, and in fact, Costa Ricans did not know about it until about a month after it happened. There was no internet at that time..
With the focus on technology, the importance of lunar phases seems to have fallen into oblivion. However, the moon is a mirror that reflects the sunlight which causes variations in the behavior of the plants.
Visit Kitty City on Adoption Day (every Saturday,) sit in a chair, and see who comes to you. That’s the cat you are looking for, the one brave enough to pat your leg, jump into your lap, and gaze into your eyes, saying, «choose me, adopt me!”
The tide charts is one of the favorite pages of our visitors, it is important to know what is the ideal time to visit the whale tail, it is useful also for lovers of sport fishing and surfing…
The May tree (Vochysia ferruginea), also called Botarmetersred sand, barbaleche, cuaruba or cenescudo, is a perennial species. They are trees that reach 30 to 50, in height. Its flowers are very flamboyant, they have a calyx with 5 reddish-orange lobes, one in the shape of an elongated and curved spur, and 3 petals of 1 centimeter,and bright yellow color.
Costa Ballena offers you the best surfing conditions: Sunshine almost every day, big waves and a laid-back atmosphere and lifestyle. Especially Dominical has developed into a real surfers' paradise
Costa Ballena, Osa, South Pacific Costa Rica
Costa Ballena is the place where the forest meets the South Pacific Ocean in the Osa Canton. It comprises the area from the Barú River, crossing the bridge at Dominical all the way to the mouth of Térraba River in Coronado. The following small towns belong to the area: Dominical – Dominicalito – Hermosa Beach – San Josecito – Uvita – Bahía – La Union – Ballena – Ojochal – Punta Mala and Coronado. Visit Marino Ballena National Park the famous Whale’s Tail, with a length of about 2296 feet and a width of 820 feet, it is the world’s third-largest sandbank. During the low tide, you can walk to its very end.
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