Curú National Wildlife Refuge and Hacienda
is located on the southern Nicoya Peninsula of northwestern Costa Rica. The area is teaming with abundant wildlife and hosts one of the most beautiful beaches and protected bays on the Nicoya Peninsula. The area offers easy access to seeing some of the most sought after species such as White-faced monkeys, Howler monkeys, Spider Monkeys, Scarlet Macaws, White-tailed Deer, Collared Peccary, Coati, Raccoons, Coyotes, Iguanas, and hundreds of species of tropical and migratory birds.

Services (Open 7 AM to 3 PM )
$10 entrance fee
$30 accomodation per person per night
$10 breakfast
$10 lunch
$10 dinner

Other attractions in Curú include kayaking in the beautiful Bay of Curú, snorkeling, and day trips to the beautiful Tortuga Islands. Kayak and camping trips at Playa Quesera can be arranged.

The basic cabins have solar power and are located along the beautiful and quiet Curú beach and bay. The waves roll up the beach within 50 meters of each cabin. They are comfortable and give the visitor the opportunity to enjoy the wildlife refuge during the early mornings and late evenings when wildlife is most active. Less basic accommodation is available in Paquera and Tambor, within 10 to 15 km of Curú.