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Montezuma is a small town on the tip of the Nicoya Peninsula in Costa Rica. Known for its bohemian ambiance and beautiful beaches, Montezuma is a wonderful place to relax. If you love beaches and natural beauty, you will definitely fall in love with Montezuma. There are no masaajid in Montezuma. Finding halal food in the area is also difficult, but you can find lots of places serving seafood. There is also a restaurant that serves only vegetarian and vegan food. The town is surrounded by lots of scenic waterfalls, beaches and rivers. The Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve is located close to the town and is a great place to see natural beauty. The Montezuma Falls close to the town has three sets each falling into the other and then into the pool. It is difficult to climb the falls. The beach in the town is not very clean, walk a bit further to the northern end of the town where the beaches are clean. There are also a few nice and secluded beaches to the south of the town. There are a few shops in the town that sell clothes, souvenirs and other important items. The best way to travel around the town is on foot. Bus service is available to ply visitors to the Cabo Blanco National Park and Mal Pais....more

Montezuma, Costa Rica

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Montezuma is a small town on the tip of the Nicoya Peninsula in Costa Rica. Known for its bohemian ambiance and beautiful beaches, Montezuma is a wonderful place to relax. If you love beaches and natural beauty, you will definitely fall in love with Montezuma.

There are no masaajid in Montezuma. Finding halal food in the area is also difficult, but you can find lots of places serving seafood. There is also a restaurant that serves only vegetarian and vegan food.

The town is surrounded by lots of scenic waterfalls, beaches and rivers. The Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve is located close to the town and is a great place to see natural beauty. The Montezuma Falls close to the town has three sets each falling into the other and then into the pool. It is difficult to climb the falls. The beach in the town is not very clean, walk a bit further to the northern end of the town where the beaches are clean. There are also a few nice and secluded beaches to the south of the town.

There are a few shops in the town that sell clothes, souvenirs and other important items.

The best way to travel around the town is on foot. Bus service is available to ply visitors to the Cabo Blanco National Park and Mal Pais.

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  • No Halal dish found.
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