Culture and history info
Of course, Playa Flamingo isn’t just about the beaches and the wildlife; it’s also a great place to explore the local culture. You can visit the nearby villages and towns and witness first-hand the unique customs of the local people. Head to the weekly markets (feria’s) and sample some delicious Costa Rican and international cuisine and purchase handmade items. There are also Fiestas Civicas in the nearby towns on traditional dates, and Flamingo hosts Mardi Gras every year, with all profits dedicated to local charities and organizations.
The locals in Playa Flamingo are friendly and welcoming, and the lifestyle is very relaxed. Flamingo is predominantly an expat community with a mix of Costa Ricans, North and South Americans, and Europeans.
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