Night Golf at the Four Seasons Costa Rica

A hanging bridge in the rainforest of Monteverde, Costa Rica
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Four Seasons Costa Rica

Have you heard about the latest cool offering at the Four Seasons Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo? The Pacific coast resort—a luxurious launching pad for eco-adventures in the Monteverde Cloud Forest—is also known for its championship golf course designed by Arnold Palmer. Starting at one of the Peninsula’s highest plateaus, the 18-hole, par-72 course has water views from 14 holes.

To celebrate the resort’s 10th anniversary, Four Seasons has launched a Nocturnal Golf tour with a private guide. Priced at $95 per person with a maximum of four players, the experience starts at 6 pm and includes a practice round at the driving range, plays at holes 1 and 9, plus a walk to Nacascolo Beach. At the Audubon Sanctuary, guests can check out the nighttime wildlife (like howler monkeys and iguanas). The golf course is magical at night, lit with a line of lights along the fairway. Available until November 23, 2014. For more information, visit

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