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If it's sun and sand you desire, do not miss Jaco Beach, 30 miles to the west of Damas. Manuel Antonio Beach, 9 miles to the southeast, is also worth a look.
Nature lovers travel through this part of the country to explore its diverse natural landscapes. Discover the magic for yourself at Manuel Antonio National Park and Rio Savegre Waterfall, 9 miles and 30 miles away from Damas, respectively.
Local places, such as Nahomi Park, give you an insight into the region's unique environs.
If you're keen to explore more of the area, you'll find Parrita 6 miles to the northwest and Surubres 9 miles to the northwest.
Canaan, a regional hub, is another top place to visit. It's 40 miles from Damas and is home to a great selection of worthwhile things to see and do, such as Chirripo National Park, Cloudbridge Nature Preserve and the Samaritan Chocolate. The Canaan Cheeses and the Secret Gardens are some additional places that should be on every traveller's must-see list.
Costa Rica has loads of fun ways to get out into its unique landscape. Adventurous souls should try their hand at mountain biking and hiking.
Sunbathing in this region is a tried-and-true way to de-stress while having fun. Bird watching is also popular with those wanting to take it easy.
Blend education and recreation by getting involved in one of the region's guided tours, such as guided nature walks and wildlife spotting tours.
A thrilling visit to the water is an important part of a trip, and swimming and snorkeling are a couple of the more popular water activities here.
Raining cats and dogs? There's no need to worry. Costa Rica boasts some fun-filled nature museums.
You'll be hard-pressed to find a nicer way to explore the region than by taking time to visit its open-air markets.
Very often, an area's true personality can be discovered wafting from its pots, pans and ovens.
Keep your eyes peeled for pork and chicken, two renowned local ingredients.
Casado and arroz con pollo (rice and chicken) are well-known meals that you have to try.
Finish off with tres leches (custard flan), a dreamy dessert.
If beer is what you're after, head down to a nearby watering hole and ask the bartender to pour you the region's very best. If they know their stuff, you'll be presented with a Bavaria.
Do you want to try a regional spirit? If so, have a taste of Ron Centenario.
Respectful travellers have learned that one of the best ways to make the most out of any trip is to pick up some handy words in the local language. ¿Querría bailar conmigo? is how you say would you like to dance. Mucho gusto Encantado is also good to know. It translates to pleased to meet you.
Being here during the 15th of September means you'll have a front-row seat for Independence Day.
Unfortunately, all vacations eventually come to an end. When the curtain falls on your Damas adventure, say Hasta la vista, get rid of the last of your Costa Rican colóns, and reminisce over all the crazy adventures you've had.
Quepos Airport (XQP) is the nearest airport at roughly 7 miles to the southeast, so be sure to give yourself enough time.
Selecting a comfortable place to stay is a crucial part of any journey. Expedia gives easy access to many of the finest hotels in Damas.
The Preserve at Los Altos, at Kilometre 4 on main road, and the Gaia Hotel And Reserve - Adults Only, at Km 2.7 Quepos to Manuel Antonio Road are two of the higher-ranking hotels in Damas. Book a room at either and you'll be bound to have some of the nicest guest amenities in town. Alternatively, if you're trying not to break the bank, you'll be sure to find a bargain at the Hostel Que Tuanis, at 5 min from Manuel Antonio National Park, or the Villas de la Selva, at Manuel Antonio.
Situated on the waterfront, this lodge is in the same area as Mid World Tour Office, Marina Pez Vela and Nahomi Park. Area attractions also include Matapalo Beach.
Situated near the beach in Manuel Antonio, this hotel is close to Manuel Antonio Beach, Manuel Antonio National Park and La Selvita. Also nearby are La Playita and ADR Adventure Park.
This Manuel Antonio hotel is located by the ocean, nestled on the beach a short distance away from Biesanz Beach, La Playita and La Selvita. Also nearby are ADR Adventure Park and Matapalo Beach.
This Manuel Antonio hotel is located by the ocean, offering direct access to the beach and only short distance away from La Playita, Biesanz Beach and La Selvita. Also nearby are ADR Adventure Park and Matapalo Beach.
Situated near the airport, in Manuel Antonio, this spa hotel is close to Manuel Antonio Beach, Manuel Antonio National Park and Biesanz Beach. Local attractions also include Matapalo Beach and Marina Pez Vela.
This family-friendly Manuel Antonio resort is located near the airport, within 2 mi (3 km) of La Playita, Biesanz Beach and Matapalo Beach. Marina Pez Vela is 2.2 mi (3.6 km) away.
Situated on the waterfront, this luxury hotel is close to La Playita, Biesanz Beach and La Selvita. Also nearby are ADR Adventure Park and Matapalo Beach.
Situated near the beach in Manuel Antonio, this spa resort is close to Biesanz Beach, La Playita and La Selvita. Also nearby are ADR Adventure Park and Matapalo Beach.