Guanacaste, Costa Rica

 

 

As one of the most popular provinces in Costa Rica, Guanacaste has gained a name for itself as a tropical paradise with a pristine shoreline, beautiful mountain ranges and a number of volcanoes.

Visitors are drawn to the long summer days, active culture and unparalleled wildlife. Located in the far northwest corner of Costa Rica, Guanacaste's geographical features are diverse and exotic. With endless options for recreation, there are countless reasons why locals and international visitors alike travel to Guanacaste.

As Guanacaste spans the northwestern corner of Costa Rica, it should come as no surprise that this lively province is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in Costa Rica. Tamarindo is sunny throughout nearly the entire year, and the weather remains pleasant without much humidity. Travelers can do everything from surfing, ATV Tours, snorkeling, zip line, horseback riding, hiking and more. Sitting between two mountains, Playa Hermosa is a great location for travelers who wish to have a laid back experience away from crowds. Hermosa is near Rincon de la Vieja National Park, Palo Verde National Park and Santa Rosa National Park, so there are plenty of opportunities to experience wildlife in this area. Other pristine shorelines in this region include Playa Panama, Playa Grande, Pan de Azucar, Playa Ocotal, Playa Flamingo and Playas del Coco beaches.

Active volcanoes, dream-like waterfalls and blissful beaches make Guanacaste one of a kind.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Getting to Guanacaste

Guanacaste is home to the Daniel Oduber International Airport (LIR) in Liberia, so getting to this province is a breeze. As one of the main reasons why traveling to Guanacaste has boomed in recent years, this airport is convenient and receives flights from across the world.