The Nandamojo Valley


Area Listings

View the local businesses of the Nandamojo Valley area in Guanacaste, Costa Rica.

La Flaca Marisquería y Taberna Closed nowOpens at 08:30:AM today

La Flaca Marisquería y Taberna

The best seafood restaurant in the area of Paraíso in Santa Cruz, Guanacaste; always served with cold beer, drinks, cocktails and more.

Latitude 10 Costa Rica Rentals and Real Estate Closed nowOpens at 08:30:AM today

Latitude 10 Costa Rica Rentals and Real Estate

Personalized Real Estate, Rentals, Administration and Guest Concierge Services – from our family to yours. We are a small family living in Paraíso, Guanacaste a few miles from the beautiful beaches lining our coastal area.

Lola’s Playa Avellana Closed nowOpens at 08:30:AM today

Lola's Playa Avellana

Located on an amazing beach offering the freshest food and friendliest service in the most tropical and beautiful surroundings! Please come join us for lunch in Playa Avellana.

Drift Away Eco Lodge

Located in a quiet town of Playa Avellanas, the Drift Away Eco Lodge offers a perfect setting to relax, unwind, and connect with nature. The lodge is located in close proximity to some of Guanacaste’s most beautiful beaches known for great swimming and excellent surfing.

Casa Surf Hostel

Casa Surf Avellanas is a “tranquilo” budget hostel close to the beach, with 3 double rooms and 1 dorm room, providing accommodation for about 13 people.

Hope 4 a Street Dog - Rescue

Hope 4 a Street Dog is a non-profit organization that was formed in an effort to help the lives of homeless and neglected street dogs and to educate owners on the importance of spay/neuter and proper care of their pets.


About The Nandamojo Valley

A glimpse of the Nandamojo Valley, a beautiful coastal area offering an authentic experience in Costa Rica.

The Nandamojo valley is the perfect place to bring your family for an authentic Costa Rican experience on your next vacation. The Nandamojo includes Playa Junquillal, Playa Negra and Playa Avellana is one of the few remaining areas on Costa Rica’s north Pacific coast where local culture has not been changed or replaced by the development of tourism and the influx of foreign residents.

The Nandamojo Valley is a 29,000-acre watershed nestled along the Pacific coast of Costa Rica’s Guanacaste province. During the 1950s, 60s, and 70s, an influx of settlers cleared the valley to create cattle ranches, shaping the local economy, culture and traditions in ways that still define the area.

the Nandamojo Valley in Guanacaste, Costa Rica