Guanacaste province takes its name from the Guanacaste tree,
which grows everyewhere in the country into a huge, shady tree.

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Guanacaste has it all, from unique beaches, exotic forests, diverse natural beauties, volcanic mountaing ranges, and long, warm days. The name of this providence comes from the native Indian word "quahnacaztlan" which is the name of the national tree of Costa Rica, the Guanacaste tree.

The culture and the economic activities in Guanacaste province were long based on cattle ranching and agricultural products like cotton, sugarcane, rice, and beans. Tourism has also become one of the main activities in the local economy, and it provides excellent career opportunities for the people of Guanacaste.

Guanacaste has emerged as one of the hottest investment options in Central America for beach properties like Vistamarina. The price levels, amenities, quality luxury homes, legal and physical security, and infrastructure, make Guanacaste a great place to invest.


Another major reason to find Guanacaste attractive is its proximity to Daniel Oduber International Airport in Liberia, airport code LIR, which receives flights from all over the world. This is Costa Rica's only international airport in addition to Juan Santamaria, which is in Alajuela, just outside the capital city of San Jose.

Flying directly to Daniel Oduber International Airport is the fastest way to reach places like El Coco Beach, Tamarindo, Avellanas, Ocotal, Playa Hermosa, Papagayo Gulf, Witches' Rock, Puerto Culebra , Panama Beach, Pan de Azucar and many National Parks.

Guanacaste. Costa Rican farmer with oxen and oxcart.

Map with Activities in Guanacaste, Costa Rica

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