Relaxing among Costa Rican cacti

January 8, 2018

Did you know that Costa Rica is home to a massive walking labyrinth?

Our visit to Tamarindo, Guanacaste, concluding today, included a visit to La Senda farm, where we were told this labyrinth is the largest of its kind in the world. It is composed of about 5,000 cacti in the shape of two circles.

The goal of the structure, according to owners? Promoting calm and tranquility by helping visitors find their inner peace.

This photo was taken at The Tamarindo Labyrinth at La Senda farm, where Days 2-3 of the Ocaso Music Festival were held. For more information about The Tamarindo Labyrinth visit their website or Facebook page. For more information about La Senda, visit their website or Facebook page.

Would you like to submit a photo to our #TTPicOfTheDay series, or learn more about how your hotel or other business can sponsor a photo from your corner of the country? Please send horizontal photos at least 1100 pixels wide to kstanley@ticotimes.net. We’d love to see the sights with you.

You may be interested

Off the eaten path: Ban Mee
Off the eaten path
2373 views
Off the eaten path
2373 views

Off the eaten path: Ban Mee

William Ayre - August 18, 2018

You might not expect to find an authentic Vietnamese restaurant tucked away on Calle 38 in Paseo Colon, near the…

Venezuela on edge as Maduro unveils raft of economic reforms
Latin America
1207 views
Latin America
1207 views

Venezuela on edge as Maduro unveils raft of economic reforms

AFP / Alexander Martinez and Esteban Rojas - August 18, 2018

CARACAS, Venezuela—Uncertainty reigned in Venezuela on Saturday after President Nicolas Maduro unveiled a major economic reform plan aimed at halting…

Costa Rica Rocks: A night of heavy metal in Cartago
Arts and Culture
1301 views
Arts and Culture
1301 views

Costa Rica Rocks: A night of heavy metal in Cartago

Eduardo Doryan - August 17, 2018

Paraíso, a small city about 8 kilometers southeast of Cartago is known for the beautiful surroundings that gave it its…