A small town of no more than a few hundred people just south of the mouth of the Río Barú, Dominical owes its success to the fine surf that pounds the coastline. If you want to surf, or learn, it’s a great spot with classes available. Nearby breaks add a touch of variety and there are several locals who will happily offer advice and suggestions on places to go.
Beyond surfing, the beaches in the area are quite pleasant. There are also tours and trips to Hacienda Barú private reserve, complete with canopy tours and nature trails, nearby waterfalls, trails through the forest on foot or horseback and to the south at Marino Ballena Parque Nacional .
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