Solo travelers, families, surfers, yogis, sight-seers and adventure seekers, are you looking for a great place to plan to your next vacation? Then look no further. Nosara, Costa Rica is one of the dreamiest travel designations year round. This quaint town located on the Nicoya Peninsula has consistently warm weather, beautiful beaches, lush wilderness and great surf, to name a few.

Nosara, is perfectly placed on the Nicoya Peninsula so the rainy or “low” season is not as drastic as it is in the South (the Osa Peninsula) and the dry or “high” season is not too arid because of it’s location on the cost. This is really a great example of one of those places that is just a traveler’s dream all year round.

Although travel guides emphasize “high” and “low” seasons in terms of tourist popularity for Costa Rica, you can be assured that even the “low” season will provide beautiful weather for your traveling needs. Costa Rica’s dry season usually starts in November and the weather tends to be arid and warm (80 degrees most days). The rainy season usually starts in April and temperatures are similar to the dry season, although more humid.

So what should you take into account when planning a trip to Nosara? It depends on what you are interested in. If you like your beaches without people, and great surf 90 percent of the time, the low season is uncrowded and a great time to go. This is also an exceptional time to see the lush rainforests. Roads can definitely get muddy during this time and require four wheel drive, but luckily companies like Nature Air fly directly to Nosara from San Jose year round. This is the recommended form of travel during the rainy season.