Guanacaste is one of the provinces that tourists visit the most when traveling in Costa Rica. Known mostly for its pristine beaches, it is also rich in history and culture. Santa Rosa National Park is the province’s largest… Read More

Costa Rica has many natural getaways and some of the most remote are located on the Nicoya Peninsula. Its secluded setting makes it an excellent place to take your next Costa Rican vacation. Montezuma is an excellent area… Read More

If you are looking to unplug from the matrix, look no further than Shana Hotel and Residence. This boutique hotel can be found in Manuel Antonio, one of Costa Rica’s most popular national parks. The hotel has a… Read More

Tourism in Manuel Antonio is not new and visitors have enjoyed visiting the local national park for years. Many of the hotel options however have been around from the beginning and can be somewhat run down. Inn on… Read More

Quepos, in Puntarenas, Costa Rica, is adjacent to Manuel Antonio National Park, which is probably one of Costa Rica’s smallest, but most popular. Once a sleepy fishing and diving village known for its banana plantations and small port,… Read More

Ecotourism is a great new way to travel and explore Costa Rica while minimizing your impact on the local ecosystem. Manuel Antonio is home to Hotel Parador Resort and Spa, one of Costa Rica’s few eco-luxury resorts. Both… Read More

Tamarindo is a great place to stay in Guanacaste but why not escape the beach for a day and visit one of Costa Rica’s national parks near by? Las Baulas National Marine Park encompasses almost 1100 acres of… Read More

Located in Guanacaste, Bolanos Island National Wildlife Refuge is comprised of only 34 acres and of the smallest national parks in Costa Rica. The island doesn’t look too appealing at first glance. It is basically an oval shaped… Read More

Chirripo National Park was named after the highest mountain in Costa Rica, which is located in this protected area. Reaching 12,533 ft, Chirripo was named by the Talamanca indians as “Place of Enchanted Waters”. The mountain was considered… Read More

The wetlands is one of the most biodiverse habitats in the entire world.  Come visit the wetlands in Guanacaste, Costa Rica, and experience stunning natural diversity. Known as one of the best bird watching destinations, Palo Verde National… Read More