Guanacaste – The province with the most diverse geographical features

a beautiful ,clean and appealing beach

Sun-splashed beaches and great Pacific surf of Guanacaste attract thousands of visitors from around the globe. People from all walks of the society come here to enjoy the blessings of nature. The climate of this region is almost dry.The most beautiful ,clean and appealing beaches of Costa Rica are waiting for you. The water is pure and at just the right temperature. Guanacaste offers a huge variety of tourist attractions and sightseeing experiences for you to choose from.

For most people, Guanacaste is synonymous to the sea, the beach, the sun! It is the number one tourist destination of Costa Rica.With beautiful mountain and volcano views, Guanacaste’s natural setting is nothing less than breathtaking. With plenty do out here, one can never get bored. From swimming, snorkeling, diving, fishing and surfing to horseback rides, trekking and wildlife watching, this province has it all.

a beautiful sea beach with clean sand and crystal clear water


No matter what you are looking for in a tropical getaway, you won’t be disappointed in Guanacaste. Guanacaste offers a stunning natural diversity that is virtually unmatched anywhere else in the world. Every year, thousands of tourists come here in Guanacaste to soak up the sun, explore protected rain forests and catch a glimpse of wildlife most folks see only on postcards.


Calm and quiet beach perfect for swimming, diving and snorkeling

With a total of 1228km of coastline to offer, it is no wonder Costa Rica is known for its countless beach destinations. It is also no surprise that travelers have a hard time deciding on which region to visit, since there are so many different options to consider. But With its numerous beaches, Guanacaste has become one of Costa Rica’s most important areas for tourism. The beaches of Guanacaste, full of sun and activities, offer all kinds of outdoor activities including surfing, practicing yoga, kayaking, swimming, diving, snorkeling and horseback riding.


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