This tourism section is home to a very important section of Costa Rica’s cultural and natural heritage. This area boasts a significant number of protected areas including water, land, mountain, and ecosystems that are teaming with life.

This tourism section is home to a very important section of Costa Rica’s cultural and natural heritage. This area boasts a significant number of protected areas including water, land, mountain, and ecosystems that are teaming with life.

With a total of 5,921 sq. miles and more than 400 miles of coast line, the Guanacaste tourism area comprises the Pacific Coast area from the border of Nicaragua to the Bongo estuary in the Nicoya Peninsula. This tourism section is home to a very important section of Costa Rica’s cultural and natural heritage.

This area boasts a significant number of protected areas including water, land, mountain, and ecosystems that are teaming with life.
The incomparable beauty of its landscapes, which ranges from tropical dry forests to lowland mountain forests, its warm climate, as well as its flourishing nature have made Guanacaste one of the most heavily visited areas by locals as well as international tourists and its one of the most developed areas because of its high level of investment in the hotel industry that is in high demand and is easily accessed with the Liberia International Airport (LIR) just minutes to up to twohours from most beach resorts. The airport has daily flights by most international airlines from the United States as well as charters from the U.S.; Canada and Europe

Capital: Liberia
Official languages: Spanish
Area: 5,921 sq. miles
Population: 270.000
Time zone: CST (UTC-6)
Calling Code: +506


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