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Costa Rica has only 0.1% of the worlds land mass but it contains 5% of the world’s biodiversity which makes Costa Rica the country with the greatest density of species in the world. Over 25% of Costa Rica has been set aside in National Parks and reserves. There are more than 500,000 species of animals and over 800 bird species.


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.Visitors are drawn to the long summer days, active culture and unparalleled wildlife. Located in the far northwest corner of Costa Rica, Guanacaste’s geographical features are diverse and exotic.

Here are the 1 Day Tours we propose:

Palo Verde Boat Tour

Barra Honda Caves

Rincón de la Vieja Adventure Day

Guanacaste is a region submerged in culture, its name derived from the indigenous ‘quahnacaztlan’, a native word for the Guanacaste tree, native from this region and also which is also the national tree of Costa Rica.

The culture of Guanacaste consists of various symbolic elements taken along history. The cultural heritage originates from the first indigenous groups that populated the area around 10000 years ago. At present there still retain certain elements of its pre-Columbian ancestors.

The first humans, who entered Costa Rica thousands of years before Christopher Columbus, arrived on the peninsula of Nicoya. During the colonial ages, Guanacaste was not a part of Costa Rica. The inhabitants of Nicoya, Santa Cruz, and Cañas decided that they did not want to belong to Nicaragua but to Costa Rica and they announced their Annexion on the 25th of July 1824. Until today the 25 July is the Guanacaste Day.



16th of April to 15th of December

Monday to Saturday 8.30 AM to 6 PM


16th of December to 15th of April

Monday to Sunday 8.30 AM to 6 PM



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