With a total area of 10.140 km2 and over 700 km of coastline, the province of Guanacaste, in northwestern Costa Rica, includes the Pacific coast, its savannah and inland mountains, from the border with Nicaragua to the mouth of Bongo River, in the south of the Nicoya Peninsula..
Guanacaste is a land of privileged landscapes, sunny weather, a variety of ecosystems and home to a significant portion of the environmental and cultural heritage of Costa Rica. A privileged region due to a vast diversity of nature and microclimates, with a significant number of protected areas including water, land, mountain and coastal ecosystems, where life develops with exuberance.
The incomparable beauty of its landscapes ranging from tropical dry forest to lower-montane forest and warm climate, as well as its fertile nature, have made Guanacaste a favorite place for local and international tourism, and it is one of the regions with the highest development, based in 4- and 5-star hotels, along with a chain of tourist services driven by small and medium companies.
Guanacaste has a modern international airport opened in 2012. The spacious and comfortable Daniel Oduber Airport (LIR) receives a large number of charter and regular flights from the US, Canada, Germany, Holland, England, Panama and Colombia, as well as extensive possibilities of international connections.
The numerous beaches along the Guanacaste coastline are bathed by the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean. The coastal scenery is outstanding. There are extensive white, gray, brown and even black sand beaches with a gentle sea tinted by an intense blue color.
We invite you to see it.