Punta Banco Vacations
Holidaying in this popular part of Costa Rica should be an adventure, so set aside some time to jump in the car and visit some of the other fascinating villages, towns and cities in the vicinity of Punta Banco. Some interesting places within a relatively short distance of Punta Banco are Golfito, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the south, and Rio Claro, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the south.
On sunny days, why don't you grab the chance to check out Costa Rica's open-air markets?.
Discover the region's much-loved waterways. Rafting and surfing are both popular ways to exercise here. Why don't you spend some time with a knowledgable local guide and sign on for a specialised tour? Guided nature walks and wildlife spotting tours are popular in this region.
Local food is an integral element of any area and a wonderful way to get a feel for somewhere. Locals in this region often use pork and chicken in their kitchen. Of course, no journey through Costa Rica would be satisfying without experiencing the delights of casado and arroz con pollo (rice and chicken). Tres leches (custard flan) is a local final course. Sit back and relax with a Bavaria, a much-loved beer in this region. Ron Centenario is a popular spirit for locals. At the end of your meal, kick back by ordering a refreshing local fresco de frutas (fruit shake).
At the end of your stay in this unique place, say goodbye the way Costa Rican's do, with a hearty "Adiós."