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Guanacaste covers the majority of the territory of the Northern Pacific region of Costa Rica, whose climatic conditions of “dry season” or summertime, warmness and blue sky have created the Tropical Dry Forest, a forest of plants and animals adapted to drought from December to May. As one of the most popular provinces in Costa Rica, Guanacaste has gained a name for itself as a tropical paradise with a pristine shoreline, beautiful mountain ranges and a number of volcanoes. Guanacaste’s unique cultural notes are an after-effect of once being part of Nicaragua. Although Costa Rica managed to get the province back from Nicaragua, the region still boasts a slightly different personality than the rest of the country, making it a great place to visit for new and seasoned Costa Rica travelers alike. This region offers a wide variety of activities, such as world class surfing and sport fishing along with volcano tours and horse country. Guanacaste has everything an adventurous traveler would want to do while on vacation. There are beaches, volcanoes, cloud forests, jungles, rivers, and waterfalls, where you can participate in a vast assortment of adventure and activities: whitewater rafting, canopy zip line tours, horseback riding, deep sea fishing, crocodile tours, snorkeling, scuba diving, ATV, motorcycle and other off-road tours, mountain biking, rock climbing, turtle nesting tours, sailing, volcano tours, tubing, canyoneering, trekking, surfing lessons and surf tours. Rincon de la Vieja National Park is a must-see piece of the Costa Rican paradise. From its active volcanos and deep black soils to its dream-like waterfalls, this park is perfect for any outdoor or wildlife enthusiast. Travelers will find montane and dwarf cloud forests and diverse ecosystems along trails that venture up the mountainside of the park’s volcanoes. Santa Maria Volcano reaches a peak of 6,385 feet, which is one of nine craters in Rincon de la Vieja. This park is also home to an abundance of flora and fauna, including puma, jaguars, sloths and tapirs. Sportfishing in Costa Rica is legendary, and many fishing charters operate from ports in the Guanacaste. World-class golf has arrived to Guanacaste as well, with the arrival of the Four Seasons, Paradisus Playa Conchal and Hacienda Pinilla resorts, just to name a few, visitors to this region will not be disappointed with golf options. Scuba dive the Catalina Islands or snorkel Playa Conchal and see the abundance of sea life that Costa Rica has to offer. Guanacaste’s beaches are famous surfing destinations so many travelers try their hand at surfing in this region, or the seasoned surfers plan their trips around swells, ensuring the best possible waves for their vacation. Guided surf tours are available for anyone looking to explore the Guanacaste waves. The Guanacaste Province has a variety of activities and sights to be explored and see by visitors and there will never be a dull moment when visiting this area.

  • Villa Conchita


    • Bedrooms: 8
    • Bathrooms: 8.5
    • Max Sleep: 14
    • Min Nights: 7

    Villa Conchita is a stunning private luxury villa located in Guanacaste region, on the northwest coast of Costa Rica. It features eight bedrooms, spacious and gorgeous inside gathering areas, and a magnificent swimming pool and terrace, Villa Conchita is a perfect place for both families and groups of friends who want the luxury and convenience of an up-to-date residence in a location of untouched natural beauty. A working ranch, this luxury vacation property enjoys magnificent views of the mountains.

    Starting from $5135/per night
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  • Villa Maravilla


    • Bedrooms: 5
    • Bathrooms: 5
    • Max Sleep: 12
    • Min Nights: 5

    “Maravilla” is the perfect luxury vacation Villa. Newly built, it’s ideal for a family/group size ranging from 6-12 people. The Villa is located in the exclusive community of Playa Hermosa, eight minutes north of the little town of Coco and thirty minutes from Liberia International Airport. This stunning Villa is nestled on a hillside overlooking the Gulf of Papagayo and, from any spot in this Villa, the panoramic views are simply breathtaking. Maravilla aptly earns its name because in Spanish “maravilla”means “marvelous” and that’s exactly what this exquisite Villa is.

    Starting from $1170/per night
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