Explore Amazing Vacation Places in Central America

The green set of forests of Costa Rica’s magnificent North-Pacific Riviera is the main attractive factor of the paradisus playa conchal. All suite of Playa Conchal extends over 2,400 lush acres in an enchanted where challenging golf meets thrilling eco-adventure. The Paradisus Playa Conchal resembles a luxurious seaside village set amidst meandering walkways, shimmering lakes, bubbling fountains and lush tropical gardens. The concept of the “worry-free family vacation’ by offering the only top-of the line, all inclusive Beach and Golf Resort in all of Central America is newly appointed Paradisus Playa Conchal has redesigned. Playa conchal includes boasts over 406 oversized suites, including 112 Royal Service Presidential Beach Front Suite. You will feel more like private home on each richly decorated villa suite which opens onto a private terrace. You will get spacious living area, bathroom, cable TV, mini bar, mirrored dressing room, personal safe, deposit box, direct dial telephone, 24 hour room service ceiling fan in standard appointment.

Paradisus Playa Conchal is very happy to offer you not just the luxurious service but also the most beautiful Suites in the resort at Royal Service. Inside the resort there is a little Royal service hotel, where you can get personalized service during your stay in our paradise. Royal Service serve you the private check in and check out at Royal Lounge, Royal and Bali suites in the best locations of the resort, turn down service and amenities, every night, private transportation in the resort grounds, butler service from 7to 10 pm. Continental breakfast at private lounge royal lounge, reservation service at restaurants a la carte, access to royal lounge and private Bar with premium brands, private are by the Pool with personalized butler in charge of your towels, snacks and of course your drinks. In Paradisus Playa Conchal dinning is savored with an art in all its glory. For the enjoyment the Playa Conchal has embraces 6 a la carte and 2 buffet restaurants, offering a fine choice of 8 contemporary world’s cuisine experience: including “Spices” for Asian fusion cuisine, “Caracola” for fresh seafood, “Faisanela” for Northern Italian fare, “Hoyo 19th’ for American offering, “Agave Azul” for Mexican cuisine, “Spirula” snack shack for a lighter fare lunch, “Gabi Club” exclusive for Royal Service, “Cauri ” international cuisine restaurant and “Mitra” international buffet restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner and 24 hour room service.

Restaurant of Paradisus Playa Conchal is seasonally open for dinner. There are also for guests enjoyment six bars are strategically located offering fashionable and international premium brand brinks, including the exciting Fun Pub and Casino that bubbles until dawn, Nightly musical reviews, New free- standing kids center, Concierge, shopping arcade with gift shops, medical assistance, tour desk, car rental and baby sitting and also specially for female guests beauty salon. You will experience the best of all worlds with Playa Conchal Costa Rica’s most delightful one and a half mile white and the “Reserva Conchal Golf Course” an extraordinary 18 whole championship eco-golf course designed by legend Robert Trent Jones II. The each hole incorporated into the rhythm of the native tropical landscape with majestic vistas of the Pacific Ocean.

Guest can spend whole days at Playa Conchal Costa Rica’s seaside oasis, day trippers will marvel at the closeness of the some of Costa Rica’s prime National Parks and wildlife refuges, slide along cables through the rainforest treetops high above the jungle or discover majestic active volcanoes where natural cauldrons boil tossing up magical mud masks.

Eco Resorts in Central America

With the recent “green movement” eco travel and eco resorts are quickly increasing in popularity. Hotels around the world are adopting “greener” practices like linen reuse programs and energy saving light bulbs. Taking a vacation to an eco resort is just as appealing as an extravagant trip to Paris.

One particularly popular destination for eco travel is Central America. Countries like Costa Rica and El Salvador beckon travelers with lush tropical forests, indigenous animals and plants, beautiful beaches and many other natural wonders to explore. Costa Rica is well known for its exotic environment, but El Salvador is a lesser traveled area that is also home to beautiful scenery and a few charming eco resorts perfect for those who seek to mix luxury travel with eco travel.

La Barra de Santiago is a small town located on the Santiago Peninsula with long sandy banks created by the currents of the estuary. It is not a highly populated area, with only a few locals and surfers enjoying the beach life. The area attracts nature lovers as there is much to see. A short walk will take you to the tip of the peninsula, giving you a view of the volcanic mountain chain from the Volcan de Agua in Guatemala all the way to the Santa Ana and Izalco volcano in El Salvador.

This charming area is home to the eco resort La Cocotera, a secluded beach front hotel in El Salvador. It is a notable eco resort because it was built using local natural materials such as palm fronds, sustainable teak wood, plant vines, natural stone and hand woven fabrics.

What is an Eco Resort?

More than just a haven for the discerning traveler, eco resorts often sponsor eco programs like Turtle Release Programs. With these programs, travelers have the opportunity to aid in safely releasing newly hatched sea turtles into the ocean. Since El Salvador has many endangered creatures, resorts sometimes sponsor species reintroduction program. La Cocotera sponsors one such program for the Scarlet Macaw, a bird that has been extinct in El Salvador for over 50 years.

An eco resort is a hotel or accommodation that is built and operated using natural and/or environmentally safe materials and methods. Typically, eco resorts also support the local people, culture and environment. La Cocotera was built following the “green leaf” system utilized by the Certification for Sustainable Tourism (CST). Some examples of its eco features are the use of solar energy, energy saving light bulbs/ kinesthetic power flashlights, biological (not chemical) waste water recycling treatment plant, environmentally safe products, shampoos, soaps and cleaning products, a recycling program, and ionization pool filtration rather than chemical pool cleaning.

Central America is a highly sought after destination because of its stunning natural environment. While staying at an eco resort in Central America, guests and adventurers not only have the opportunity to relax in an unparalleled environment, they also have the opportunity to engage in exciting activities such as hiking in El Imposible National Park, kayaking, surfing, bird watching and deep sea fishing. Hopefully, with so much to be learned and gained by eco travelers, the green industry will continue to thrive.

Surf Getaway to Central America

The summer could come quicker than you think. This winter, for most areas of the United States, has been more on the warm side with a few spurts of cold weather, but for the most part, it’s been bearable. If you’re like me, you might already be mentally planning your next surf trip to one of the many exotic locations throughout the world. The most popular and rather obvious choices include Hawaii, Fiji, Bali Indonesia and Australia. However, with the high level of tourism in these areas, it may be difficult to feel good about an actual surf vacation to one of these locales.

Enter Central America. The beauty that resonates along the pacific coast of countries like Costa Rica, El Salvador, Panama and Nicaragua should be reason enough to want to spend your next surf vacation in Central America However, there are more convincing reasons why Central America should receive heavy consideration for your next surf vacation.

Uncrowded waves are at the top of the list. There are so many breaks to decide from in Central America, many of which are accessible by boat only. Southern Nicaragua boasts some of the most popular surfing beaches like Playa Maderas. As you travel further North, you will find the lineups getting emptier. Freight Trains is an epic left that breaks on an off-shore sand bar. Known to have rides of up to 400 meters, this wave benefits from nearly 300 days of off-shore winds. Since you can only access this break via boat, you are sure to stay stoked for days to come…and then some.

Costa Rica, probably the more popular of the countries in Central America that offer surf vacation packages and surf camps has some excellent waves at Playa Hermosa and Playa Jaco. El Salvador’s less-trodden east has a number of unspoiled breaks like Las Flores and Punta Mango. Although Panama is still a relatively new destination for surfing in Central America, there are some great reef breaks in the Bocas Del Toro islands.

Whether you’re wanting to learn to surf at any one of the many surf camps in Central America, or you want to enjoy some superb conditions on a week long surf session with your best friends, Central America has great options that are simply perfect for a summer surf getaway. As a friendly reminder, be sure to find a surf camp that offers all inclusive accommodations. This will allow you to stay focused on surfing and nothing else. Many surf camps also carry an extensive quiver of surfboards for your convenience.

With summer around the corner it’s no surprise that you’ll find yourself looking for the right destination for your surf vacation. Where ever you choose to go, just remember to enjoy the ride.

Stay Stoked.