While many people are trying to capitalize on their resolutions for improvement this year, our team is more focused on making the most out of life with memorable adventures, relaxing trips, and anything else that our beautiful place has to offer. Santa Teresa is home to a bevy of activities, each of which can provide amazing experiences for you and the entire family.
Today, we’ll discuss a few fun activities to try. As Colorado’s premier source of ATV rentals, Local Bird ATV Rentals is here to provide the most convenience and fun possible for riders of all ages. Catch up on our fun activities to do in Santa Teresa before calling today.
DAY TRIP TO MONTEZUMA
Located just 17 km east of Santa Teresa lies the small town of Montezuma. If I had to describe this little village in one word, it would be “hippy”.
Rent an ATV with us and it makes getting between these two towns quite easy. Is definitely the way to go because it will keep the cost down on transportation (since you’d have to pay for each individual person on a shuttle or bus). Plus, it’s just more convenient!
Visit Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve
Located at the very southern tip of the Nicoya Peninsula, Cabo Blanco was named Costa Rica’s first Nature Reserve back in 1963. It’s a great spot to get away from the crowds and get up close and personal with nature. The trails here are pretty rustic, but that’s part of the charm of this reserve.
Cost to Enter: $12 USD and is open Wednesday to Sunday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Visit Cabuya and Walk to Cemetery Island at low tide
Just a 25-minute drive outside of Montezuma lies a tiny island unlike any you’ve visited before. The Cabuya island small plot of land surrounded by water is a cemetery. When the tide is low, you can walk out to the island via the sliver of rocky land that peeks out of the water. Walk through the white arch on a small path that will lead you to a collection of graves.
It’s not as creepy as it sounds, trust us. I’d go as far to say it’s actually pretty peaceful and interesting to visit if you have the time.
Just be sure to check the tide times and leave before the water comes in. This isn’t a place you’d want to get stranded!