Paquera Beach Town and Area
Paquera is the main entry point to South Nicoya Peninsula, which include Paquera-Tambor-Cobano–Montezuma-Santa Teresa and Mal Pais, with a modern ferry passenger and car ferry land with daily schedule.
Paquera, Puntarenas is the starting point for travelers to visit The natural parks of the Nicoya Peninsula south and all points north in the Gulf, where you have the opportunity to see the mountains that are located along the scenic coast along with several islands as Guayabo, Negritos and San Lucas, dotting the west coast outside this small town where many oceanic birds like pelicans Fragata and Albatros nest. “
Biological Reserves and Refuges reserved for breeding of wild animals are of interest Möngensen Karen Reserve, Curu Wildlife Refuge, along with a number of small and private beaches where you can cool or take a boat trip to Tortuga Island, It is only 10 minutes.Paquera has plenty of Cabins, Hotels Restaurants there is a lot to do around here.
Organos Beach, Playa Organos
Organos Beach, Playa Organos, a quiet bay with a gray sandy beach, surrounded by jungle, with a large number of coconut trees and couple of shacks, this is part of the dry forest.
The bay is safe and ideal for swimming, there are fun bodysurfing waves.
Organos Beach has an Ecological Blue Flag Award from the Ministry of Environment, for its cleanliness and eco quality.
Organos Beach is just two miles from Paquera downtown It is almost a mile large, with an estuary or Óganos also has a mangrove on the northern, It is the most popular among locals from the surroundings, it has beautiful scenery and from its shoreline you can watch the Negritos Island and Tortugas Island.
Playa Pájaros Its Especially for relaxing and swimming under the the old huge treees while enjoying the great view, is a small beach.
Isla Pajaros, Costa Rica
Pajaros Island is located in the Gulf of Nicoya, Costa Rica. It is one of the four uninhabited islands included in the national parks system as a biological reserve to protect colonies of nesting seabirds and save gold –other tourism development. There are no facilities for visitors or hiking trails on the island.
Isla Pajaros, Costa Rica
Almost completely Call Pajaros Island is round and dome-shaped. It is made of the same type of sandstone and luttie island Guayabo. The vegetation consists of a forest and patches of grass that grows by low growth. The predominant species are guava, crown fig and stinking feet. Pets residents include rock oysters, crustaceans such as barnacles and birds banned by l autre groups’.