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Guanacaste is sun, sea, and sand, surfing, and swimming

Guanacaste is located on the Northern Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, and it shares a border with Nicaragua. It has become this country’s top destination and now with the opening of the Daniel Oduber International Airport, tourists can fly direct to the beaches; some of the most incredible Beaches of Costa Rica are found in Guanacaste! There is however a lot more to Guanacaste than lazing on a beach; it is home to some incredible National Parks, like Rincon de la Vieja, Arenal, Monteverde, and Sta Rosa. Indeed, Guanacaste is cattle country and the little towns come complete with their cowboys, rodeos and herds of cows that can be seen just about everywhere in this fascinating province.

What To Do In Guanacaste

The province of Guanacaste, with its pristine beaches, gorgeous sunsets, and national parks, is also known for being a great destination for bird watching and for spotting many exotic mammals. The flora and fauna is mesmerizing, indeed, the name Guanacaste comes from the native word quahnacaztlan, name of the native Guanacaste tree that is also the national tree of Costa Rica. There is something exciting for everyone in Guanacaste, whether you are coming with your family, are single, in Honeymoon or getting married. There is an endless list of Tours of Guanacaste with a myriad of activities; horseback riding, sailing, surfing, sport fishing, hiking, mountain biking, snorkeling, scuba diving and more! Added to these exciting activities you will find that the culture of Guanacaste will win you over as its inhabitants are the friendliest of the country!

Where To Stay In GuanacasteGuanacaste Horseback Riding Beach

Guanacaste has an incredible range of hotels, cabinas, and villas to choose from. Whatever your taste or pocket, you will find your dream place. From the extravagant all-inclusive to the basic cabinas, passing through the intimate boutique hotel or the hidden paradise on a deserted beach, the choice is simply unbelievable. The efforts and dedication to improve the level of customer service mean that today, your stay will exceed your wildest expectations! Guanacaste for example is home to the Four Seasons, one of the most luxurious and exclusive hotels of the world. The Westin Playa Conchal or the JW Marriot Resort are equally magnificent, while the Hotel Sugar Beach, the Hotel Riu Guanacaste or Los Altos de Eros for example are what one would call mid range, while still being magnificent.

Guanacaste; Number One Destination In Costa Rica

Guanacaste has now become the number one destination of Costa Rica; its extraordinary diversity, great climate, idealistic pristine beaches, surf, tours and beauty guarantee a successful holiday in the sun. With the opening of the new airport in Liberia its access is now also stress free and fast. To its Eastern borders are a chain of volcanoes joining the Tilaran Mountain and the Cordillera of Guanacaste, ground for adventurous hiking and discoveries. Land of beaches, glorious sunsets, dry forests and volcanoes, Guanacaste is truly the number one destination of Costa Rica. Reminiscent from the days when it was part of Nicaragua, its atmosphere is unique; Guanacaste decided to join Costa Rica on July 25th, 1824 and everyone, all Ticos celebrate this historical event with fiestas civicas, music and dance!

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