Playa Cacique

Playa Cacique, Contadora Island: Address, Playa Cacique Reviews: 4/5

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Aurora G
San Jose, Costa Rica39 contributions
Expensive and lots of flies
Jul 2019 • Friends
This is my second time in Contadora and in Cacique beach, very disappointed, Mar & Oro staff charge you $5 for each chair or tumbona and $5 for the shade. They still have a bar but place was awful, lack of cleaning and full of flies. Hotel Mar y Oro is close for renovations, but the bar and chair rental is a robbery, small bottle of water can cost you $3,00, same for a can of Panama beer. There are better places and prices elsewhere on the island. Playa Ejecutiva it's without doubt a better option
Written 5 July 2019
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Nick T
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The Idyllic Beach of Contadora
Jan 2019 • Solo
This place is the most quiet beach of Contadora. Most boats park here overnight because it is protected from the wind and waves. This side of the side also has good sunsets. The beach is the largest of the island. Other beaches tend to be windier in the afternoon. This one stays calm.
Written 26 January 2019
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Wendy G
Prince George, Canada487 contributions
Overlook the dock, yachts and beach
Dec 2018 • Couples
On December 2, after night rain showers we walked from 6 a.m. to 7a.m. from Gerald’s south west around the airstrip, along the paved road until it turned east. We saw gated driveways of beautiful coastal estates. The road ends at a prominent cliff lookout over 2 beaches on either side. Below to the west, is inaccessible Cacique, surrounded by high cliffs. We looked east and west at yachts, and onto an abandoned metal structure jutting into the ocean. From there, we turned back north and followed a dirt road along a fresh water pond to view a pair of white egrets and a yellow breasted flycatcher. Following, North, we passed a large abandoned store, then found ourselves at Playa Larga, and back to Gerald’s, completing the circumnavigation of the airstrip. I recommend taking a walk or ATV to see the views at Playa Cacique.
Written 13 December 2018
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