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Guanacaste, Costa Rica

Located in the northwest on the Pacific Ocean, Guanacaste features a drier climate than the rest of Costa Rica with a mixture of forests, beaches, extensive plains and an impressive volcanic range indented with bays and peninsulas. A significant number of protected areas, including coastal, mountainous, terrestrial, and aquatic ecosystems, give rise to stunning wildlife–best viewed between November and April, when little if any rain falls–and everything turns a radiant green.
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Things to Do

  • Culture and Adventure Mega Combo

    Delve into the Costa Rican jungle with this mega combo tour that includes zip-lines, waterslides, horseback riding, and even some time in a natural hot spring. Learn More >

  • Arenal Volcano Forest and Hot Springs

    Explore the Arenal Volcano rainforest area with a cruise on Lake Arenal, a walk along the hanging bridges, relaxation at a hot spring, and dinner with a view of the iconic volcano. Learn More >

  • Pure Adrenaline Tour

    Go deep into Costa Rica’s lush tropical jungle with a combination of high-adrenaline adventures—horseback riding, river rafting, zip-lining, and more. Learn More >

Guanacaste Escorted Tours

  • Guanacaste: Tropical Adventure Tour - 7 Nights

  • Guanacaste: The Mighty Arenal Volcano - 3 Nights

  • Guanacaste: Arenal and Monteverde - 4 Nights