A generous and warm province, Guanacaste is known for its cattle ranching production and spectacular beaches. It is the driest region of Costa Rica.
Guanacaste became part of Costa Rica in 1824; until then, it had remained an independent province. This territory has a very important natural and cultural richness for Costa Rica’s economy. Some of the best beach hotels in the world are found on the beaches of Guanacaste.
In Guanacaste you may enjoy delicious food, so characteristic of its people and with the passage of time, became authentic traditional Costa Rican dishes. Santa Rosa National Park is located to the north of the province.
Likewise, embedded in the Guanacaste Mountain Range, are the Tenorio, Orosi, Miravalles, and Rincón de La Vieja volcanoes, the latter surrounded by the national park of the same name.
Guanacaste is a privileged land: A mixture of forests dry and rainy, warm beaches, extensive plains and an impressive volcanic range. A natural world expecting to be explored.
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