A Guide to Nayara Resort
I wanted to give you guys more information on what to do on the Nayara Resort and Spa grounds. I wrote about where and what to eat on the resort here and what to do around the town of La Fortuna here. If wanting to stay mostly on the resort, Nayara offers plenty to see and do.
What to do:
When are went to Nayara they had two different pools to enjoy, but since then they built another one! As mentioned in my previous post Nayara has a side called the Springs that is adult only. Since we were traveling as adults we were able to enjoy the second pool they have to offer. I will never be able to get over the volcano views from sitting pool side at Nayara.
Bars were located at both pools to enjoy during the day. They also had a happy hour that we took advantage of. We bought our own wine in town that we enjoyed on our porch some days also, I could spend hours enjoying these volcano views. There is also a wine and tapas bar to enjoy drinks in the evening.
Every morning they have yoga to take advantage of. We had a busy schedule but I did get to enjoy a yoga class before I left. Hearing the rain forest sounds and slight drizzle hitting the open air hut was incredibly relaxing and rejuvenating.
The Spa at Nayara
As mentioned in my previous post, we stayed at Nayara when they were offering a package deal, this offer included a couple’s hot stone massage. I have had a few massages before at resorts and spas but never a hot stone one! I am now a fan. The warm stones made the massage even better! They offer other skin treatments, therapies and couple’s treatments at well.
Nayara offers a fitness center with the basic workout equipment that you might need. We passed this place while heading for our massage but had a pretty packed schedule and didn’t end up going inside. But it looked clean, and had views I would not complain of.
Nayara has a few hot tubs available around the resort. We never had an issue finding one to relax in.
Walk the trails
Definitely spend some time enjoying the small paths around Nayara. We did this a few times during the day and night. We enjoyed viewing the different plant species and make sure you keep your eyes peeled as we were able to spot a sloth, birds, and a few types of frogs!