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Great Oceanfront Resort in Costa Rica...!

  • Reef in front of the beach at Hotel Vista Bahia Resort, Liberia, Costa Rica
  • Reef formations at Vista Bahia Resort, Guanacaste, Costa Rica
  • Ocean view from the trails at Vista Bahia Resort, Playa del Coco, Costa Rica
  • Captus spines at the trails of Vista Bahia Resort, Liberia, Guanacaste
  • Admiring sunset at Hotel Vista Bahia Resort, Playa Panama, Costa Rica
  • Blue waters at the beach and reefs of Vista Bahia Resort, Playas del Coco, Guanacaste
  • Jesus Lizard at one of the trails at Hotel Vista Bahia Resort, Playa Panama, Costa Rica
  • Small marine wild life at the reefs formations, Vista Bahia Resort, Liberia, Guanacaste
  • Vista Bahia Resort sunset, Playas del Coco, Costa Rica
  • Beach trail ocean view, Hotel Vista Bahia Resort, Costa Rica
  • Sunset at the Playa Panama Bahia, Playa del Coco, Guanacaste
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There are four trails that lead from the resort out: Shoreline, Hilltop, Playa Panama and Tide-pool. These trails have been build or envisioned by the resort because each offers a different environment and all are comfortable walking trails. Of course, extensive hiking can be found at the four volcano parks behind the resort and information on those is located in Tours page on the this site.


Our trail we call Shoreline has been created on the ridge over the bays shore with bridges and viewing perches for guests. It allows guest to move onto the two beaches the resort features. The resort sits on a small volcanic peninsula with a dry tropical forest preserved in the first 50 meters from the waters edge and up a hilltop behind the resorts rooms. The trees where the rooms have been built are still intact and thus the wildlife have habitat to use and you can see the birding and wildlife. To access this wildlife viewing, the resort has built trails, bridges and platforms for viewing and this work continues.


The view out to the bay allows visitors to see three volcanoes in the distance, Orosi, Rincon de la Viaje, Miravalles. These volcanoes form when the Pacific Tectonic Plate dives below the very small Cocos Plate (named after the small community we are adjacent to). Twenty six miles below the earth, the rock is melted and due to the water content, this molten rock rises and forms these volcanoes which are part of the Ring of Fire volcano chain. The rock the resort sits on evolved through this process.


The natural landscape and wildlife are best seen in the early morning hours or just before sunset. The tropical sun heats up the atmosphere during the day and winds begin to blow steadily from the east. Our weather comes from the east, different than from North America or Europe because we are in the tropics. The four hikes are designed to show a different natural characteristic of the land including low tide pools, coral sand beaches, mocha colored sand as ours is and even black volcanic sand. Since the resort trails are being developed, at this time they are gravel with steel bridges traversing the ravines.




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