A true nature lover’s paradise, Tambor Tropical Beach Resort is located on the Nicoya Peninsula on the Pacific Coast side of Costa Rica and encompasses much of the region’s natural beauty. Nestled in an open volcanic valley and surrounded by forested hills, Tambor looks out to the Bahia Ballena (Whale Bay) where the surf is calm and the translucent water is gleaming with marine wildlife. The resort sits south of the Curu Wildlife Reserve and Tortuga Island and is rich with a bountiful variety of birds, monkeys and other wildlife.
The Nicoya Peninsula is a Blue Zone thus making it one of the healthiest areas on Earth. The region is rich with a variety of birds, monkeys and other wildlife. The waters of the bay are some of the region’s most diverse. The resort offers guests a private, luxurious vacation in the unspoiled, natural playground of Costa Rica’s Tambor Bay. Surrounded by vast wilderness, the resort nurtures local birds and wildlife offering guests a unique experience reinforcing the connection to nature.
Tambor Tropical suites accommodate two guests, are air-conditioned, and provide plenty of space for relaxing, visiting and cooking. All suites are easily cooled by the coast’s gentle breezes, and are just steps from the Pacific Ocean where the rhythmic hush of the waves will lull you to sleep.
Tambor Tropical’s suites are nestled in the trees overlooking the pool or the waters of the bay. Overhanging vegetation shades walkways on the sides of each suite, which provides a distinct ambiance to your surroundings. Second Floor Suites offer views of the pool, gardens, beach and Tambor Bay. They’re perfect for sitting on the balcony and watching the waves, birds and beachcombers. First Floor Suites are located on the ground floor surrounding the spacious pool. The Garden Suite is located on the second floor, with a lush, tropical landscape view but does not feature air conditioning.
Most stunning is the interior woodwork in each suite, along with rich, blue tile. The gorgeous woodwork is unique among local hotels and proves a distinct ambiance to your surroundings. The buildings are made of 13 types of wood, primarily local hardwoods such as teak, and none from endangered trees. Each suite encompasses 1,000 square feet.
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