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Spa Natural massage, Hotel Tropico LatinoThere is no better way to relax – especially recently arrived on vacation – than with a massage. It really is amazing what 60 or 90 minutes of a professional therapist making your muscles and body unwind will do to produce feelings of bliss and well-being.

Massage therapy benefits you by relaxing tight muscles, increasing circulation, releasing toxins, easing stress, and benefiting your whole body in numerous positive ways. It can boost your health and keep you feeling full of vitality.

Now imagine having a soothing massage listening to the rhythmic sounds of ocean waves (real ones, not recorded!), and feeling cool sea breezes blowing. That’s exactly the experience at Spa Natural at Hotel Tropico Latino on Santa Teresa Beach in Costa Rica.

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Santa Teresa Beach, Nicoya Peninsula, Costa RicaThe southern Nicoya Peninsula of Costa Rica is a spectacular destination to visit – gold and white sand beaches, world-class surfing, warm blue Pacific Ocean, lush rainforest. The region stays off the beaten path, however, due to its remoteness.

The traditional way to get to the towns and beaches of the southern Nicoya Peninsula – Tambor, Montezuma, Mal Pais and Santa Teresa – is by ferry. The starting point is the Central Pacific port of Puntarenas, and it takes about 90 minutes for the ferry to cross the Nicoya Gulf to Paquera. Add on to that time at least another 20 to 30 minutes on each end for loading and unloading the ferry of cars and passengers. If it is high tourist season or a holiday and you are traveling with a vehicle, you need to be in line at the ferry terminal at least an hour or more before the ferry departs to ensure you’ll get on board. The trip definitely is picturesque and not overly expensive – 810 colones per adult passenger and 11,400 colones for a car one-way – but you had better not be in a hurry.

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Hotel Tropico Latino offers a wide range of accommodations for you to choose from. All rooms are set in the middle of a tropical paradise, either near or in front of the beautiful Santa Teresa Beach. Our exquisitely-designed rooms, bungalows and suites are built with exotic hardwoods surrounded by abundant tropical gardens under an old forest canopy, giving you the feeling of landing in paradise.


Testimonios de usuarios pueden afectar las ganancias de los negocios

Ambas plataformas invierten en sistemas para detectar y eliminar críticas falsas

¿Recuerda aquellas vacaciones de verano en que las que nunca limpiaron su habitación? ¿Tiene memoria de un restaurante en el que hay que comer antes de ir para no caer desmayado? Estas son algunas de las situaciones que usted podría evitarle a otros clientes. Simplemente acceda a sitios como Yelp y TripAdvisor, opine y ayude a cientos de personas en búsqueda de un hospedaje o un lugar donde cenar.

tripadvisor importanciaA través de calificaciones y comentarios los visitantes podrán obtener beneficios personales. Es la manera más fidedigna de tener información sincera y de primera mano para los amantes de viajar. Incluso estas plataformas permiten filtrar la información de acuerdo a necesidades y preferencias personales del usuario. Esto ayuda a tomar decisiones más acertadas en la planificación de las vacaciones.

Esta cooperación responde a los cambios en el comportamiento de los consumidores y la forma en que se planean los viajes en la actualidad. TripAdvisor reconoce que los turistas internacionales son cada vez más dependientes de sus contenidos digitales para tomar una decisión de compra.

«El cliente de hoy es muy transitado y exigente. Ahora se prefiere saber de primera mano sobre experiencias locales a profundidad por parte de viajeros reales», comenta Roberto de la Ossa, gerente del hotel Trópico Latino. «Para nosotros es un verdadero placer trabajar con TripAdvisor. Este nos permite convertir el contenido generado por los usuarios en un mayor compromiso con nuestros grupos de interés y le da un valor añadido a nuestros servicios».

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Surfing and yoga retreats, especially in warm, tropical places, have become the latest vacation craze.

But what if you don’t know how to surf or live in a land-locked place? Is it an adventure still worth trying? Here’s what a few surf retreat goers had to say:

“This week has been about so much more than learning how to surf ... the support & encouragement you have given me, and this beautiful place will stay with me for years to come. I never imagined myself as a surfer chick … but despite my doubts … you guys got me up on the waves.” “Thank you for the best vacation! I went down to Costa Rica feeling like I was simply walking though life but not actually living it and now I feel more alive than ever.” “The best moment was the first time I caught a solid wave. Amazing!!! I can’t believe that just two and a half months ago I couldn’t swim, and now I am actually surfing and loving it!! There is nothing like facing your fears. After that, I was like, ‘bring it on’, I can do anything.”

Santa Teresa Beach on Costa Rica’s southern Nicoya Peninsula is a hot destination for surf and yoga retreats. The popularity is so high that beachfront Hotel Tropico Latino holds retreats all year long in conjunction with Pura Vida Adventures.

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