Author: gmccabe

Cabuya Real Estate

The owner of this site, Geoff McCabe, is part-owner in the real estate company Tropisphere, with many listings in Cabuya. Two of the four agents at Tropisphere have lived in Cabuya for years and know nearly everything that’s going on here. If you’re interested in looking for a lot or house to purchase, you can contact them: sales@tropisphere.com If you’d like to look at Cabuya listings, check them out here online: Cabuya Real Estate In general, Cabuya is lower priced than Montezuma and Santa Teresa, due to several factors. First, it’s more remote. Second, it has less going on,...

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Cabuya Bakery/ Panaderia

Hours: 6:30a.m. -8:30 p.m., closed Tuesdays Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/panaderiacafeteria.cabuya Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/explore/locations/258876162/ Phone: 2642-1184 Price Range: Breakfast $3-7; Lunch $7-12; Baked goods $2-$6; Drinks $3-$5 Nestled on a tropical patio, Cabuya Bakery/ Panaderia is a local landmark. This inviting bakery serves up a stellar menu that includes pastries and fresh bread. In your breakfast you can have strong coffee and later in the day can enjoy soups and sandwiches. In this bakery you will enjoy Cabuya-native Owner Yeilith Maria Morales Paniagua’s breads, cakes in different flavors including vanilla, carrot, apple, chocolate, red velvet and many more. You can also enjoy nut bars, and scrumptious...

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Rio Lajas Waterfall Hike

One of the southern nicoya peninsula’s most beautiful waterfalls, it’s also probably the least-visited. That’s because it take two hours to walk here from the main road, which is the only way for tourists to get there. How to Find the Rio Lajas Waterfall Park your car at the bridge at the Rio Lajas, which is by Nena’s Marmalades. There’s a parking area there by a huge tree. Then, just start walking up the river. You may see some “pink flamingos” here in the river by the bridge, which are actually Roseate Spoonbills. The river isn’t usually very deep,...

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Camping in Cabuya

Camping Fernando A paradise spot if we ever saw one, you can camp at Fernando’s, right on the beachfront at a rivermouth, which makes it perhaps the most beautiful spot in Cabuya. You’ll be provided with water and electricity, for a very inexpensive price. Surfing at Rio Lajas A beginners surf spot is right here at the river, but only tends to work during high tide and for occasional waves (much more likely from May through November). If you’re searching for the world’s most spectacular waves, this isn’t it, but if you like to paddle out on an easy...

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Soda Marvin

Restaurant features: Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Wheelchair Accessible Cuisine: Costa Rican, South American, Central American Meals: Lunch, Dinner Good for: Families with children, Dining on a budget Soda Marvin is a local family-run soda. It offers all Tico favorites. This restaurant offers different cuisines including vegetarian dishes, Costa Rican, South American and Central American menus. Menus: It provides excellent vegetarian casado for the non-meat eaters and it also serves seafood pasta, filling breakfasts, fish fajitas. At this restaurant you can also have strong dark coffee. Atmosphere: This local restaurant is attached to the owner’s residence. Set across the street from super david mercado,...

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