Once your wedding plans are complete for the actual ceremony, such as the flowers, dresses, decorations, and other aspects to make your day perfect, it’s time to start planning the honeymoon. A honeymoon in a tropical location is the perfect way to relax after all the stress of the wedding. Costa Rica is one of the most popular destinations for romantic getaways, including honeymoons. The following tips will help you as you plan your honeymoon in Costa Rica.
Plan for the weather. If you are adamant about having your honeymoon in Costa Rica, you may want to consider planning your wedding around the seasons. This will ensure that you visit Costa Rica during the best seasonal period. However, you can also save some money by planning your honeymoon for the off-season — just be prepared for rain.
Seek local advice. Instead of mapping out an itinerary full of tourist activities, speak with the locals about local attractions and activities. Enjoying Costa Rica from a local perspective will allow you to immerse yourself in the beauty and culture that makes up this amazing paradise.
Choose accommodations geared toward romance. This is your honeymoon, so don’t overlook the romance — couples massage, dinner on the beach or a sunset cruise bring romance front and center. A stay at the Ylang Ylang provides all these indulgences and more!
Costa Rica is a place that conjures up images of white beaches, fruity drinks tasty native food and relaxing waters. It’s the ideal destination for people who want to truly rest and relax on their vacation.
On the way you may want to stop in Montezuma, known as one of the fun places to be in the Nicoya Peninsula. If you’re searching for a place to stay in Costa Rica that’s close to local activities, for mindfully organic traditional and non traditional Costa Rican meals consider Sano Banano Restaurant. This particular location is perfect for those that want to experience some chill time, enjoy some good company and hangout at of the best beaches in Costa Rica.
You’ll enjoy a myriad of beach activities here, including scuba diving and snorkeling, thanks to the convenient proximity to the beach. You can also visit nature reserves and wildlife refuges to partake of some of the natural beauty Costa Rica has to offer. When you need more action than a beach chair in the sand, checkout all of the amenities at Sano Banano Beachside Hotel – you won’t be disappointed with this Costa Rican experience.
Cool off and get refreshed at Sano Banano Restaurant and Bar open every day from 7am to 9pm
Sano Restaurant serves a complete selection of fresh juices, mint lemonade, young coconut, espresso, latte, gourmet coffee, tea, tamarind.
some of the favorites include a “Green Passion” made with passion fruit juice, pineapple, banana, ginger & spirulina, “Mocha Chiller” made with frozen yogurt, espresso & chocolate syrup.
And dont forget to try our classic “Montezuma Sunrise” infused with tequila, orange juice & grenadine.
You might have an appetite for something delicious depending on the time of day, starting with breakfast our favorite Huevos Rancheros, classic + banana pancakes, american breakfast style, vegan items, and gluten-free items. See more breakfast items on our menu here
For lunch or dinner try our gazpacho, spring rolls, fresh ceviche, organic salads, sandwiches, wraps, chicken, fish, tacos of all types, burgers, pasta and much more. Checkout our diner menu here
Focusing on budget travel has its place, but today let’s talk about what it’s like to luxuriate in Montezuma, Costa Rica.
Costa Rica holds a special distinction as both eco-conscious and budget friendly, proving that the two aren’t mutually exclusive. Montezuma Costa Rica, a small town on the Pacific side of the country, has fine dining suitable for romantic getaways for foodie adventures. In this post, we’ll take a look at one traveler’s Best of the Best list.
Below you’ll find options for seafood aficionados, pizza lovers (I know, right?),
Cocolores– Also beachfront . They aren’t rated as high as they should be on Trip Advisor, because of their grumpy staff. But the food is amazing and people go back again and again.
Beautifully assembled food that tastes absolutely divine – worth every penny. Reviewers seem to love it all. Lovely curries. Price is a bit steep but not out of hand. I beg of you to follow the link and drool over pictures of the food.
Cuisine: Seafood, Central American, Costa Rican.
Sano Banano Restaurant – is one of the healthiest choices anywhere in town. Feast on traditional Costa Rican items made healthy with many other options for all your favorite dishes. Sano Restaurant is the place to go…
If you want to know what’s happening in Montezuma, Sano is the place and has become one of the best hangouts to eat some really good food and enjoy a movie in the evening sipping your favorite drink and enjoying this organic little village.
Cuisine: Seafood, Raw Food, Vegan, Chicken.
No red meat.
Playa de los Artistas – Amazing beachfront dining experience. Arrive before sunset and take hours to eat. Expensive but worth it. One of the most famous restaurants in Costa Rica for over a decade.
Reviewers claim that this Mediterranean Restaurant is the best in Costa Rica. People especially rave over the Sea food. The menu includes Tuna Tartar, Lobster Carpaccio, Octopus Salad, and Shrimp Ceviche. Bonus points for the cool Boho name.
Sushi at Puggo’s – twoweeksincostarica.com
Puggo’s – One of the newer restaurants. Everything on the menu is completely delicious. The first time I had the “whole baked fish” I thought it was the best fish I had ever eaten.
A locally beloved restaurant decorated like a bedouin tent, Puggo’s specializes in Middle Eastern cuisine, including falafel, hummus, kebabs and aromatic fish, which they dress in imported spices and herbs and roast whole. Cap it off with a strong cup of Turkish coffee. (lonelyplanet.com)
Tierra y Fuego – Located way up in the hills of Delicias, their pizza and pasta are among the best in Costa Rica. Only currently open Thurs-Sunday.
Old-fashioned wood fire stoves bake the pizzas, and they are a favorite of visitors. Not too steep in pricing. Gorgeous interior with views of the natural surroundings, too.
Cuisine: Italian. I know, Right? Old-fashioned wood fire stoves bake the pizzas, and they are a favorite of visitors.
Hey, you’re saving a ton of money while enjoying life to the fullest in Montezuma, so have a splurge day. What’s a vacation without tucking into food that you’ll dream about later? Ah, I myself still dream of a little Italian restaurant in Chicago. Butternut Squash Ravioli. Winter 2003 and I still think of it. Montezuma has all the trappings of an unforgettable trip.