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Guanacaste Province of Costa Rica is home to many beaches on the Pacific coastal shores.

Guanacaste Tours and Holidays 2018/19

Costa Rica is Central America’s most popular tourist destination and Guanacaste, including the Nicoya Peninsula, has a wealth of attractions to draw visitors to the province. The climate is mainly dry-tropical, making a visit to Guanacaste an ideal destination to escape the humidity of the rest of the country. The province is blessed with ...

2 Trips in Guanacaste

Highlights
  • Marvel at breathtaking sunsets over the Pacific Ocean
  • Stroll along the beach and take time to relax
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G Adventures
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Guanacaste Beach Break Independent Adventure

Costa Rica specializes in adventure, but this beach break is all about relaxing and recharging... ... Read More
  • Starts/Ends San José/San José View Map
  • Operator G Adventures
  • Tour Type Group Tour
From US$ 349 4 days View Tour
Highlights
  • Canopy tour
  • Volcano therapy mud bath
  • Horse back riding close to Ricon de la Vieja volcano
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Costa Rica Itinerary
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Costa Rica Combo Tour

You will start our day with our Canopy tour gliding through the blue skies then... ... Read More
  • Starts/Ends Guanacaste/Guanacaste
  • Operator Costa Rica Itinerary
  • Tour Type Private Tour
From US$ 175 10 hours View Tour
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Guanacaste - Tour Highlights and Travel Tips

Costa Rica is Central America’s most popular tourist destination and Guanacaste, including the Nicoya Peninsula, has a wealth of attractions to draw visitors to the province. The climate is mainly dry-tropical, making a visit to Guanacaste an ideal destination to escape the humidity of the rest of the country. The province is blessed with natural beauty, a trip to Guanacaste will introduce travellers to dramatic volcanic landscape, rare dry-tropical forests and a number of world-class beaches.

Tour Highlights

  • Hike or camp in Rincón de la Vieja Volcano National Park where you can see smoking fumaroles, boiling mud pools and other tell-tale signs of volcanic activity as well as a wealth of animal species.
  • Experience life in the treetops by taking a canopy walk in the Monteverde Cloud Forest. There is also a hair-raising zipline for those in search of an adrenaline rush.
  • Costa Rica has made a name for itself as a top surfing destination for novices and experts alike. Tamarindo Beach and Playa Negra are two of the Guanacaste’s top spots for catching waves.
  • Costa Rica is well known to sport fishing enthusiasts. The popular Coco Beach is one of the cheapest and best place to organise sea fishing trips.
  • Explore some of Costa Rica’s beautiful lesser-known beaches away from the usual spots frequented by the tourist hordes.
  • For scuba enthusiasts, a diving trip to the Catalina islands should not be missed. Marine life that can be spotted there includes white tip reef sharks, spotted eagle rays and manta rays

Travel Tips

  • It is now possible to fly to Liberia, Guanacaste’s capital, direct from many major US airports.
  • High season is from mid-December to April. Temperatures are high but rainfall is at its lowest. During the wet season, May to October, rainfall is likely to compromise your plans.
  • The best time to visit is probably November to mid-December when the weather is not too wet but the peak season crowds have still not arrived.
  • The local currency is the Costa Rican Colon but US dollars are widely accepted, and ATMs are easy to find in most towns.
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