Playa Negra, Costa Rica may call upon surfers, but there is far more to this coastal town then surfing. Surfers and non-surfers alike can enjoy Playa Negra’s pristine, natural, and remote landscape. Its dark-colored sand is interspersed with rocky outcroppings and tide pools for exploration. To the beach’s southern end, there are protected areas for swimming along with horseback riding along the beach, fishing trips in small boats, mountain biking in the gorgeous jungle, river excursions, trips to tour a volcano, and much more. Arrangements can be coordinated as a part of the overall retreat package.