South along the coast is the Los Sueños Golf Course which opened in 1999. Ted Robinson designed this 6,707- yard course with two things in mind: natural beauty and challenging golf. Magnificent ancient trees come into play testing a shot maker's ability for steering a ball around this outstanding golf course.
The golf course is surrounded by a lush rainforest and borders on a secluded Pacific cove. Designed so that guests are able to enjoy the sights and sounds of the rainforest without disrupting the natural habitat they are traveling through, the course is landscaped to include exotic native plants, banana trees and orchids. Over 150 species of birds, as well as monkeys and other wildlife have been identified on the grounds.
At this "naturally challenging" course, the typical caddie has been replaced with a "Golf Guide" who has had months of extensive training including daily classes with a local biologist. They are local Costa Ricans who are fluent in both English and Spanish and as knowledgeable about the game of golf as they are of the natural wonders that surround them.