Go hiking around some of the volcanoes that surround Guanacaste and witness the effects of a volcanic eruption.
Relax on your vacation
The beachfront inns and hotels offer excellent service, so you have a wide variety to choose from. Wonderful and comfortable options are not only by the sea, but also right in the heart of the lush Guanacaste mountain range.
Beaches perfect for water sports
Surfing is one the most practiced activities in the beaches of Guanacaste. Every year, tourists from all over the world travel to Costa Rica to participate or watch the world championships. When you visit the region, don’t miss the best waves in: Playa Avena, Tamarindo and Playa Negra, among others.
Fresh fruits that delight
Nearby La Fortuna waterfall, you will find the farmers market. Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy local vegetables, used to prepare dishes such as: Christmas tamal, corn tortillas with cheese, tasty biscochos, or corn rice. Tickle your palate with the varied Costa Rican cuisine.
Visit Rincón de la Vieja
“Old woman’s corner” is the name of one of the six active volcanoes in Guanacaste, which is protected as a national park. Here you’ll find countless waterfalls that flow into the Río Colorado, mud pools and relaxing hot springs to enjoy a soothing bath surrounded by rich green vegetation.