Secrets Papagayo Costa Rica

Enjoying a privileged beachfront location, adults-only Secrets Papagayo Costa Rica is an idyllic spot where you can soak up the sun and scenery. Complete with its own private bay, infinity pool and modern spa, there’s a clear emphasis on ease and luxury here. The hotel boasts four reservation-free a la carte restaurant, too. Rooms are well furnished and all feature either a balcony or terrace. Sea views are also available as an optional extra. Daytime activities include yoga and cooking classes, while evening entertainment is typically low key and ranges from live shows to beach parties that come to a close around midnight.

Overview of Papagayo Bay

An area of outstanding natural beauty, Papagayo Bay lies on Costa Rica’s northwestern coast and is home to incredible nature, wildlife and sea life. You can explore the four national parks on day trips from Papagayo Bay, and the bay itself has an impressive 12 beaches to choose from. From hiking trails to turtle watching, the Papagayo Gulf is teeming with tropical forests, mountain peaks, palm-fringed beaches and so much more. In short, Papagayo Bay has all the ingredients for a truly tropical adventure in Central America.

Things to do in Papagayo Bay

Whether you want to explore the nature and wildlife of the region or simply try out each of the resort’s 12 beaches, you’re spoilt for choice. After exploring the volcanic landscape at Rincón de la Vieja National Park or discovering the SIBU Wildlife Sanctuary and Refuge, indulge in a spa day at Secrets Papagayo Costa Rica. As the day draws to a close and the sun begins to set, why not step aboard a catamaran and take a tour of the coastline and its treasures. Who knows, you may even spot a dolphin or orca whale. A once-in-a-lifetime experience filled with nature, wildlife and tropical coastline awaits you on your holidays to Costa Rica.


Resort Summary

Holidays to Costa Rica start at the beach, and Papaya Bay has 12 beauties to choose from. If you’re looking for somewhere with a bit of va-va-voom, head for Playas del Coco. Originally a fishing town, now bars and restaurants aplenty line the shore, ready to accommodate for a night on the town. Playa Ocotal is a smaller, more serene beach, excellent for scuba diving and snorkelling. On a good day, you can spot the odd turtle or manta ray. Playa Hermosa is an outstanding Blue Flag beach, and another great place for water sports such as sea-kayaking and banana-boating. Playa Panama, with its calm waters and gentle waves, make it the perfect beach to head with the family.