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Playa Dominical

Including: Playa Matapalo, Guapil, Dominicalito, Hermosa, Pinuelas, Uvita, Ventanas, Ojochal, and Rio Terraba

Rainbow on Dominical beach

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Inside Scoop

Although high season is December 15 to April 15, Dominical Costa Rica is never overcrowded except from Christmas to New Years and Easter Week. Then hundreds of locals come to visit, party, and camp on the mile long beach. All of the hotels will help you with arranging tours. They all have someone working who speak English (possibly French and German, too) Your car is pretty safe if you park it in front of the hotel, but take your stuff inside and keep the room locked when not there. Don't forget the mosquito repellent and the umbrella since you are in the rainforest. My favorites are listed below, including the best restaurants in the area.


This YouTube video gives you a great taste of Dominical. Created by: camerriman

Location

Where the Talamancan mountains reach the sea, the town of Dominical is located 45 kms. south of Quepos, and 36 kms. west of San Isidro de General. There are over 15 waterfalls located between Dominical and Uvita (15kms. south) with breathtaking views of the numerous empty point and beach breaks along the coastal highway. The main break is a beachbreak with a strong rip current at times and a rivermouth separating the village from the Hacienda Baru Wildlife Refuge which expands 4 kilometers to the north.

If you need to find an internet cafe, there are three in town, and there's now an ATM at the top of the hill in the Playa Pacifica shopping center, across from the entrance to town.

How to get there

There are two direct routes. From the San Jose airport - I recommend driving west to the coast and then south through Jaco and Quepos. This route takes only three hours by car because of the new highway connecting San Jose to Caldera. Also, the road from Quepos to Dominical is now paved and so the last leg takes only 35 minutes. Drive slow to watch out for monkey and pizote crossings.

The other way to go is better if you are coming from the east or south side of San Jose. Then you would take the three hour "Cerro del Muerte" or Interamerican Highway route over to San Isidro, make a right at the McDonalds, and then follow the signs west to Dominical, which is another hour from the turn. It is a very scenic drive so try to do it in the morning when there is less cloud cover. From the top of Tinamaste you can see the highest peak in Costa Rica - Mount Chirripo - plus the Pacific coastline. Then just past Platanillo to the south you can see the Tinamaste waterfall amidst the surrounding primary and secondary rainforest.

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JUNIOR LIFEGUARD TRAINING

FREE EVENT FEBRUARY 18TH 2017

junior dominical lifeguard training for youth feb 17th 2017

Rod and Carlos, with Lifeguards Without Borders, will be coming from San Diego, California again to hold another Junior Lifeguard training in Domincal. The event is for ages 7-17 and will take place on February 18, 2017 from 9am-12:30pm at Dominical Beach near the lifeguard tower.

These guys were here last October for their first Junior Lifeguard event and did an amazing job! The kids had a blast and learned about everything from riptides to rescues!

This event is completely free to all those that attend, and we even plan to grill up some hotdogs afterward this time.

This is a great opportunity for all the youths in the area! As we all know, the waters here can be very dangerous, so if your kids are going to be in the water they can never have enough of this kind of training and knowledge. So mark your calendars!!!

 

 

WOOFSTOCK EVENT - (proceeds to benefit D.A.W.G)

- Date and Time: February 12th 2017 - From noon to 5 pm
- Location: Roca Verde Hotel and Restaurant
- Event Organisers: D.A.W.G

** (Contact D.A.W.G for volunteer opportunities for Woofstock AND the 5k/12k Race)**

Woofstock Charity Event to Help Costa Ballena's Strays through D.A.W.G's #dominical #straydogs #charity #event Go to http://dawgcostarica.org/events/

Note from Woofstock Organisers:

For the love of DAWG, mark your calendars now, grab your sweetie, and join us for an extravaganza of a fund-raising celebration! “WOOFSTOCK” is a day full of music, food, drink, raffles, silent auction and more – fun fun fun! Just in time for Valentine’s Day, February 12th from noon to 5 at Restaurante Roca Verde on the beach.

We can’t wait to see you there!

**ANOTHER IMPORTANT NOTE (Refering volunteering to the below 5k/10k race also on February 12th):

WALKIN’ THE DAWG! It’s that time again; grab your pooch and join us for the 5k/10k Race, Sunday, February 12 on Playa Dominicalito.

If you need a walking buddy, we have 20+ rescues that would love a walk on the beach.

Our volunteer participation determines the percentage of entry fees that goes to DAWG so volunteers, as usual, are very important.

If you want to just watch the parade, we need volunteers on race day to help get the runners registered and to hand out water and refreshments.

If you plan to participate in the walk you may register at the vets, retail level, or by messaging us here.

We will also give you a sponsor sheet so your friends who aren’t walking can sponsor your success with a committed donation.

CONTACT US if you would like to volunteer!

 

DOMINICAL 5K/10K ROAD RACE
(Proceeds to benefit D.A.W.G and Local Lifeguards)

- Date and Time: February 12th 2017 - Race starts at 7:00am (Get there 30 minutes prior to race start)
- Organisers and Registration: Costa Del Sol Realtors
- Location: Starts and finishes at the campground at Playa Dominicalito which is across the highway from the Dominicalito soccer field
- Pre-Party: Friday, Feb 10th  The “party” will start at 2 pm at the Costa Del Sol's office. Please RSVP. (see details below poster)
- Volunteers Needed: please email dave@costadelsol-cr.net
- Prices: CASH PRICES FOR 10K TOP 3 FINISHERS IN AGE GROUPS

Dominical Costa Rica 5k/10k Charity Road Race in Feb 2017 #roadrace #dominical #charity #event For details http://race.costadelsol-cr.com/

Note from the Road Race Organisers:

We hope that you are motivated to participate with us as a walker, runner, volunteer or sponsor.  The Friday before the race (Feb. 10th) we have a “Water Bag Party” where we fill about 1,500 plastic bags with water that are tied in a knot and handed to the runners, who then bite a hole in the bag and can control the inflow of water without wasting it.  Unlike the paper cups that not much water reaches your mouth, as you are running by to grab it.  The “party” will start at 2 pm at our office.  Bring your bathing suit, if you want, and usually a few stick around for sunset then we find a place for dinner.  Let us know if you want to join us.

You can sign up at our office or several other places in the area. Assignments for volunteers includes attending to the several water stations we have along the course, guiding runners, handing out drinks and fruit at the finish line, helping with registration or taking photos.

For 2017 the event is on Sunday, February 12th starting and finishing at the campground at Playa Dominicalito across the highway from the Dominicalito soccer field near Km 147, just one kilometer south of our RE/MAX office.

CONTACT US if you need additional information.  We hope to see you there!

Dominical Road Race Course Map 2017

**NOTE FROM D.A.W.G (about volunteering at this 5k/10k race also on February 12th):

WALKIN’ THE DAWG! It’s that time again; grab your pooch and join us for the 5k/10k Race, Sunday, February 12 on Playa Dominicalito.

If you need a walking buddy, we have 20+ rescues that would love a walk on the beach.

Our volunteer participation determines the percentage of entry fees that goes to DAWG so volunteers, as usual, are very important.

If you want to just watch the parade, we need volunteers on race day to help get the runners registered and to hand out water and refreshments.

If you plan to participate in the walk you may register at the vets, retail level, or by messaging us here.

We will also give you a sponsor sheet so your friends who aren’t walking can sponsor your success with a committed donation.

CONTACT US if you would like to volunteer!

 

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Support the Dominical Lifeguards, a community supported private effort to save lives on the beach. Visit www.dominicallifeguards.org for more information and to donate to their cause.

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Surf Spots

Playa Dominical is known as the most consistent surf spot in Costa Rica. There is almost always a wave worth riding. It is also known as a powerful break. I've been on much bigger waves at other breaks, but I've never been hammered quite as hard as by a big, mid-tide wave at Dominical. It is almost impossible to surf at dead low tide as the waves close out into very shallow water. I recently broke my back at a lower tide by doing a head butt into the sand. The mid-tides are great for more advanced surfers. The waves at mid-tide are faster and hollower and always less crowded. The high tide wave is the most popular but on smaller days is too mushy and frustrates short boarders. This is a good condition to pull out the long board and frustrate the short boarders even more. The bigger the wave, the more you should focus on high tide.

On big wave days the current can be strong. It is usually best to walk to the end of the beach at the foot of the current and let it push you up or down as the case may be. The beach runs from the south east to the north west. Looking straight out to sea perpendicular to the beach you are looking at an angle of 210 degrees south west. This means that a swell coming from 210 degrees is most likely going to be closing out, where a swell coming from under 200 degrees or over 220 (rare) will have better form. Usually, but not always, when the waves come from less than 210 degrees the current flows south to north. When it rains, the river can act up and dump some pretty nasty, cold and muddy water. So, if it is raining, most people tend to stick further south near the cell tower.

Playa Matapalo Not to be confused with the Matapalo on the Osa Peninsula, this is just an average beachbreak with no one around surfing it for miles in either direction. Perfect for seclusion and riding chest to overhead high surf, any bigger and the sets close out. The best tide is an hour before high tide. At low tide the beach is very wide and fun for just playing around or bodysurfing.
Dominical Playa Dominical is known as the most consistent surf spot in Costa Rica. There is almost always a wave worth riding. It is also known as a powerful break. I've been on much bigger waves at other breaks, but I've never been hammered quite as hard as by a big, mid-tide wave at Dominical. It is almost impossible to surf at dead low tide as the waves close out into very shallow water. I recently broke my back at a lower tide by doing a head butt into the sand. The mid-tides are great for more advanced surfers. The waves at mid-tide are faster and hollower and always less crowded. The high tide wave is the most popular but on smaller days is too mushy and frustrates short boarders. This is a good condition to pull out the long board and frustrate the short boarders even more. The bigger the wave, the more you should focus on high tide. On big wave days the current can be strong. It is usually best to walk to the end of the beach at the foot of the current and let it push you up or down as the case may be. If you are a beginner, surfing Dominical Costa Rica may not be your best bet, however Dominicalito beach, about 1 mile south of Dominical, would be a great place to learn. See below for more information.
Dominicalito Dominicalito is about 2 km. south of Dominical. It is a beachbreak with rocks offshore so at low will close out and can be trickly getting past the rocks. At high tide it can hold waves up to head high, any bigger and it closes out. Best tide is around high tide. Good for beginners since is usually small, knee to waist high for most swells.
Dominicalito - The Point This left hand point break is about 3 km. south of Dominical. You can see it break from the road, but parking here is not always safe. It needs a big southwest or SSW swell to break, and can hold waves up to triple overhead with rides 300 meters or more, no barrels just big lined up walls. Breaks over a shallow rock ledge, best tides are low to mid tides. At high tide it mushes out.
Punta Achiote Punta Achiote is at the north end of Playa Hermosa (not the one by Jaco but near Uvita). It breaks best from chest high to overhead, most bigger sets close out. At the right tide, there is a nice right that goes about 100 meters and a left that heads into a shallow cove. Never really crowded. 
Playa Hermosa de Uvita Playa Hermosa is a 2 km. stretch of beach that breaks best at higher tides. It is good for beginner to intermediate level surfers since it is usually smaller and less powerful than Dominical. It is very remote, with no development, and is never crowded.
Playa Ventanas Playa Ventanas 'Windows' is named for the two caves at the northern end of the beach. At low tide you can walk through them to see waves breaking inside the cave. (At high tide during big surf it will shoot spray out of the mouth of the cave) There is access to parking on the property of the only landowner there, but don't leave any valuables in the car. The beach is protected by offshore rock outcroppings, so most of the time the surf is knee to waist. Good for beginners when it's small, at all tides. When it is any bigger than chest high it closes out, with only a few makeable waves at higher tides.

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Surf Camps

Name
Contact
Phone
Location

Certification

E-mail
8812-3625
Dominical
CPR & First Aid
Description: Costa Rica Surf Camp has been offering surf vacations since 2003. All instructors have worked as lifeguards in Playa Dominical! In addition, they offer a 2:1 student to instructor ratio so we can give you the attention you deserve! At their surf camp, they believe in quality and not quantity. With that and safety in mind, you are guaranteed to get the most out of your surf experience. Check out their website as they are often running specials on classes and full surf packages.
E-mail
506-8522-2278
Uvita
n/a
Description: A Yoga and surf camp that specializes in providing one-of-a-kind vacation experiences. They are located in Bahia Ballena – Uvita in the south Pacific of Costa Rica, a gorgeous and still pristine region where you are likely to see animals in their natural habitat and be filled with awe at the beauty that this country is so famous for. They aim to be a sustainable business, catering to individuals, couples, families, and student groups. They provide holistic travel and voluntourism opportunities for those who want to go the extra mile and make their time in Costa Rica as informative as it is unforgettable.
E-mail
800-765-0025
Across from soccer field
Spanish college credit
Description: The Surf and Spanish program is popular for those who want to surf early in the morning and later in the afternoon, while getting quality spanish lessons during the middle of the day. Programs include lodging and lessons, plus include opportunities for surf lessons, adventure tours, and volunteer opportunities. ISLS also has campuses in Tamarindo, Turrialba, and San Jose for a complete Costa Rica experience.
E-mail
2787-0301
Across from soccer field
CPR & First Aid
Description: Tucked away just off the Plaza In the center of town down a shady little lane along the south bank of the Rio Baru. Their upstairs balconies look out over the Baru estuary, the sandy beach, and breaking surf beyond. They are a tree sheltered garden. Protected. Secure. Affordable. And Convenient. No car necessary. Beaches are a pleasant 5 minute walk away. Get one on one basic or advance surf instruction from a veteran surfer with over 35 years experience.
E-mail
8899-8746
San Clemente Cabinas
n/a
E-mail
2743-8607
Bahia Ballena - Uvita
CPR & First Aid
E-mail
(506) 8853-4860
Dominical
ISA
E-mail
US 949 342-6216
Dominical
ISA / BSA
E-mail
8319-5392
Dominical

PADI

E-mail
877-278-7369
Dominical
n/a
E-mail
2787-8143
Dominical
n/a
E-mail
8917-3143
Dominical
n/a

Hotels

Name
Contact
Phone
Location
Price
E-mail
2787-0025
Dominicalito
Description: Beachside location on a rocky peninsula where the surf pounds relentlessly, sending 30-foot blasts of water into the air - the perfect setting for countless hours of inspired relaxation. All suites come with High-speed wireless internet, Simmons Beautyrest beds, Air Conditioning, In-room safe, Daily Housekeeping, Laundry Service, 120 Volt Electical Outlets, and Hot/Cold Showers. Free form pool for all guests to share, and a new kitchen serving breakfast. Delicious menu items can be enjoyed on the patio in the mornings from 7am to 10am.
E-mail
2787-0052
Dominical
$74-$160

Description: The hotel has a large swimming pool with wet bar and Jacuzzi, a tennis court, an in-house tour agency, and a romantic palenque style restaurant featuring many local and international dishes. Furthermore, we offer Internet access, International telephone, Conference Center, Spa, and Transportation Services. Our Standard Bungalows will sleep up to 2 people and have a private, terrace like living-room and are equipped with private baths with hot water, refrigerator, fans, and telephone. They also have superior rooms, junior and superior suites.

Read our review. CST Hotel (Certificate of Sustainable Tourism)

Certificate of Sustainable Tourism

E-mail
2787-0033
Dominical
$30+
E-mail
2787-0244
Dominical
$55-75
E-mail
2787-0003
Baru
$40+
E-mail
2787-0026
Dominical
$30-$70
E-mail
2787-0087
Dominical

$65+

E-mail
2787-0082
Dominical
$25+
E-mail
2787-0189
Dominical
$20+
E-mail
2797-0127
Dominical
$30+
E-mail
2787-0036
Dominical
$65+
E-mail
2787-4343
Uvita
Certificate of Sustainable Tourism

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House Rentals
E-mail
2787-0301
Dominical

Description: The guest house is a 960 sq.ft. two story river front house, fully furnished, handcrafted from native hardwoods and colorful tiles. It includes a full kitchen with oven, fridge, blender, coffeemaker, and cookware. The full bathroom includes a luxurious tiled sunken bath-shower. Laundry facilities on site. Clean towels & linens provided. Housekeeping services optional.

Read our review.

Los Aires Villa - up to 22
E-mail
US 1-813-784-7930  
Tinamaste
$1895/wk+
E-mail
2653-0132
Dominicalito
$65+
E-mail
239-229-7163 (US) or 2787-0372
Dominicalito
$100+
E-mail
2787-0024 Cell: 8899-7785
Dominical
$250/wk+

Recommended Restaurants

Name
Location
Phone
Description
Price

Olas Escondidas Surf CampLa Parcela Restaurant

Dominicalito

2787-0016

Restaurante La Parcela has served locals and visitors continuously for nearly 40 years. Local and international cuisine, specializing in seafood.
$7-34
Villas Rio Mar Restaurant
Dominical
2787-0052
3-star restaurant with international and local chefs. 52" screen T.V. for football season, and a pool bar for those who want to be outdoors.
$8-28
Restaurante Argentina
Dominical
2787-0048
Original cuisine from the chefs native Argentina, with a great view overlooking the Baru River, in the Pueblo shopping strip.
$10-20
San Clemente Snack Shack
Dominical
2787-0055
Delicious smoothies and health friendly dishes to get you energized pre or post surf. Right across from the beach, 50 yards north of Tortilla Flats
$2-10
Restaurante Su Raza (Tico)
Dominical
2787-0105
Good food all around and the best club sandwich you'll ever have. It is where you will see everyone watching Futbol on the weekends. Favorite dishes are the casados and the club sandwich.
$5-12
Restaurante Nanyoa (Tico)
Dominical
The owner takes great pride in providing good meals with a local flair. Located right across the street from Hotel Posada del Sol, inexpensive breakfasts and casados.
$10-20
Tortilla Flats Restaurant
Dominical
2787-0033
Right across from the ocean, they open at 7 a.m. with hot coffee while checking the surf. Post surf they offer delicious breakfast options, and it stays busy for lunch and dinner, with a full bar, happy hour, and weekly ladies night.
$5-20
Roca Verde Bar & Restaurant
Dominical
2787-0036
Expect high quality dishes every night, plus they have a great party every Saturday night with DJs and occasional live performances. Roca Verde also is the top supporter of the Dominical Lifeguards.
$10-20

 

Surf Shops

Name
Contact
Phone
Rentals
Lessons
E-mail
2787-0260
y
y
E-mail
2787-0302
y

y

E-mail
2743-8607
y
y
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Recommended Tours

Name
Contact
Phone
Location
Price Range
E-mail
8586-8745
Uvita
$40-125 pp
Description: From surf lessons, to SUP tours, kayaking, and visits to hidden waterfalls, Uvita 360 takes you to the beautiful beaches and jungle around the town of Uvita.
E-mail
2787-0100
Dominical
$40-120 pp
Description: The choice for sea kayaking, white water rafting, snorkeling Cano Island, and trips to the Osa Peninsula. Excellent customer service and lots of guide experience.
E-mail
2787-0003
Dominical
$35-65 pp

Description: Known for its zipline tour through tracts of primary and secondary rainforest, the protected reserve is home to sloths, pizotes, and monkeys. Also has some great hiking trails and tree climbing, and night in the jungle tours.

E-mail
2771-3187

Platanillo

$50 pp

Description: Horseback tours up to a 300 foot waterfall to swim in and dive off of. Includes a delicious local breakfast and lunch.

E-mail
Dominical
Description: Easy paced tours up through the jungle to oceanview vistas OR hard core adventures with river crossings, horse trail switchbacks, waterfalls, and even more amazing views.
E-mail
Dominical
Description: Local guides take you on scenic kayak tours on the Guapil, Baru, and Terraba rivers. Check out the video
Dominical Adventures
E-mail
Dominical

Description: Mountain Biking and Surf Tours in the Osa Peninsula

 

Latest Reports

LOCATION AREA WAVE HEIGHTS AND CONDITIONS BEST PLACE TO SURF THIS WEEK NEWS AND UPCOMING EVENTS

Dominical

 

Solspot

- 2/25

Waves - 3+ feet

Summary:
Small Southwest med-period swell steady and Southwest long-period swell steady.

Weather: Low:50 High:74
Sunny in the morning with light winds from the N. Patchy rain possible in the afternoon with light winds from the WSW.

- 2/26

Waves - 2 to 3 feet

Summary:
Small Southwest med-period swell steady and a secondary  Southwest medium period swell steady.

Weather: Low:53 High:75
Light rain shower in the morning with light winds from the ESE. Patchy rain possible in the afternoon with light winds from the NNW.

 


Bus Schedules

Transporte Blanco - 2771.4744
Uvita
Dominical
San Isidro
6:00 a.m.
2:00 p.m.
6:30 a.m.
2:30 p.m.
8:00 a.m.
4 p.m.
San Isidro
Dominical
Uvita
9:00 a.m.
4:00 p.m.
10:30 a.m
5:30 p.m.
11:00 a.m.
6:00 p.m.
Cortes
Uvita
Dominical
8:00 a.m.
1:00 p.m.
4:30 p.m.
9:30 a.m.
2:30 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m.
3:00 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
Dominical
Uvita
Cortes
4:30 a.m.
10:30 a.m.
5:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
6:30 a.m.
12:30 p.m.
Transportante Morales - 2777.0708
Quepos
Dominical
Uvita
6:30 a.m.
5:30 p.m.
8:30 a.m.
7:30 p.m.
9:00 a.m.
10:00 p.m.
Uvita
Dominical
Quepos
4:30 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
1:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
5:00 a.m.
11:30 a.m.
1:30 p.m.
5:30 p.m.
7:00 a.m.
1:30 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
7:30 p.m.

Taxi Drivers

Dominical
Uvita
Beto
8873-9235
Alvaro
8823-7433
Eladio
8892-8602
Emilio (mini bus)
8858-5744
Eric
8863-1901
Geovanny (mini bus)
8858-5744
Gulligan (4x4)
8847-0231
Hermes
8855-3830
Manuel
8817-2128
Marco (Perica)
8879-2756

Nelson(4x4)

8347-2020
Mario
8839-8484
Ricardo
8880-7220
Rodolfo
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