Playa Nancite is most famous for being a beach that receives arribadas by nesting olive ridley turtles. This occurs every month of the rain season and when it does, turtles come in by the thousands to lay eggs over a few day period. The beach is located within Santa Rosa National Park and visitors can obtain a map of the park at the entrance to find a direct route to Playa Nancite. As the beach has been declared a research site, visitors will need to obtain a permit from the ranger station.
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