And what makes Nosara great now is a delicate balance of traveling yogis, surfers, bars, wildlife, unpaved roads, and most of all, the locals.
On day three, we went on an off-road quad adventure tour with a weather-beaten expat guide from the US who likes surfing and beer.
So as Steph and I got to experience it, Nosara is still the perfect balance of off the grid adventure and traveler comfort.
In Nosara, you can still be on your adventure, on a dirt road, in a jungle, or on the beach among snakes and crocodiles, feeling like you’re a million miles from civilization.
Even though the waves were awful, being among the elements and surfing in a tropical downpour was a fulfilling experience for our very first session in Costa Rica.
Three months prior, I started researching the best place for Steph and I to go for an all-out adventure.
Paving the roads in Nosara will bring more casual tourists and casual tourists demand comfort and convenience.
Read more here: The Inertia