Culebra Bay (officially Bahia Culebra) is located in the north of the Gulf of Papagayo, Costa Rica. Culebra attracts tourists with its premium accommodations, exquisite white-sand beaches, warm and placid waters. It is often ranked among the world's best vacation travel destinations and top-rated locations for snorkeling, scuba diving, sport fishing, swimming.
Gulf of Papagayo (gulf of the parrot) is on Costa Rica's northwestern coast. Among the most popular resort tourism destinations are Ocotal Beach, Playas del Coco, Playa Hermosa, Playa Panama. Papagayo Project is one of Central America's largest resort tourism development projects ever. Construction works started in 1993 with the Government's approval. The destination is often referred to as "mini-Cancun". Costa Rican national parks located within close proximity to Bahia Culebra are Santa Rosa NP, Rincon de la Vieja NP, Palo Verde NP. They can be visited via day-long boat excursions.
Culebra Bay is served by the Daniel Oduber Quiros Airport in Liberia (capital and largest city of the Guanacaste Province). Bus travel from San Jose (country's capital city) takes ~5 hours. Buses from both San Jose and Liberia run daily.