Playa Garza (Boca Brava) – Mouth of the Térraba River. The Térraba River is the longest rivers in Costa Rica.
One of its river mouths separates the long stretch of Isla Garza from the mainland; it has many rip currents, and it is habitat to crocodiles and sharks. Hardly, anyone ever surfs on Garza Island because the only access is by boat. Upriver the landscape opens up into a paradise, filled with mangroves, amphibians and a great variety of birds.