Captivating Costa Rica is the perfect travel destination for anyone looking for an unforgettable sojourn down in Central America.

It offers much in the way of tourist hotspots, culture, food, and everything else. To the core, though, Costa Rica is a beach lovers’ paradise, and it should be on the bucket list of everyone who enjoys swimming, diving, surfing, and playing in the sand. 

For a truly authentic and memorable Costa Rican experience, Dreamsea Surf Camp of Costa Rica is the getaway you ought to book. Located in the jungles of Tamarindo, Dreamsea Costa Rica is an eco-friendly, self-sustained, glamping and surf camp strategically constructed on a 15,000 square meter patch of obscure land.

But to fully enjoy your Dreamsea Costa Rica adventure, you need to prepare for the Costa Rican climate.

The coastal climate of Costa Rica might be different from the climate your body is used to. Costa Rica has a temperate tropical climate common to countries close to the equator, and as such, it has two distinct seasons: dry and wet. The former begins in December and lasts through April, while the latter starts in May and ends in November. Despite the country’s close proximity to the equator, its average daily temperature—between 71 and 81 degrees—is not as high compared to other equatorial nations as both elevation and land orientation help keep Costa Rica relatively cool, even during dry months.

In other words, days in Costa Rica are near perfect for glamping and other beach-related activities, like swimming, snorkeling, diving, and sunbathing—all of which you can enjoy at Dreamsea Costa Rica. Nighttime, though, is a bit different as this small nation is known for its day-night temperature fluctuations. The temperature at night can drop significantly. The most noticeable fluctuations occur, oddly enough during the dry season, where daytime and nighttime temperatures can vary by 14–18 degrees.

It's always wise be aware of the weather variations within your desired travel destinations.

On average, daytime temperature in Tamarindo, Costa Rica is 84.4°F–93°F. The nighttime average temperature here, on the other hand, can fall somewhere between 72°F–75.6°F. While the warm nights are great for nighttime activities, getting to sleep may be harder. Sleep, of course, will likely be the last thing on your mind when you are at Dreamsea Costa Rica, but you will need it after enjoying everything that the camp has to offer. After all, you will need to recharge your mind and body for the all the fun in store the next day. Then again, getting the kind of doctor-approved snooze time while here at this paradise can be quite a challenge. If you do struggle to sleep in a hot climate try some of the tried and tested sleep hacks from Leesa. These include avoiding caffeine and alcohol right before going to bed, and feasting on magnesium-rich foods such as bananas and avocados, as well as melatonin-rich treats like cherries.

Sleep concerns aside, there is no denying that Costa Rica is a dream destination, and that Dreamsea Costa Rica is exactly the kind of getaway that people from anywhere in the world will enjoy.


THE WORDS: This article was written by Madison Meyer


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