When in Guanacaste, there is so much to explore and see than just pristine blue beaches! Let Costa Rica Royale be your guide in this beach town and show you the things to do as well as the hidden gems! Having one of the two international airports in Guanacaste, called the Daniel Oduber International Airport, the flow of passengers in this area is high, making it one of the must visit places in Costa Rica. Riding high on thrill or just lazing under the sun and palms, are you ready to get all things touristy?
A Day With The Animal Kingdom Of Guanacaste
Wildlife lovers, drive down to the Santa Rosa National Park which is Guanacaste’s dry, flat plains which merge with tropical dry forests to create landscapes akin to the American wild west and African savannas. Here, you will also spot Costa Rica’s national tree: Guanacaste Cacti which is popular among ranching and rodeo areas.
Known for the large population of aquatic bird species and tropical dry forests, Palo Verde National Park houses over 300 species of tropical birds and attracts over 250,000 species of migratory geese, duck, and other waterfowl. A colourful and serene sight to behold!
Capturing The Endless Blues
And if you are looking to just relax on the beach or go for a dip in the blue waters, head to the grey sands of Hermosa Beach or brown sands of Matapalo Beach or white sands of Langosta Beach. You will also find a 18-hole Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Course. Situated on the peninsula, you can watch the breathtaking views of the Pacific from here.
To get playful in the waters, head down to the remote Rio Celeste Waterfall, not known by many for its naturally occurring brilliant turquoise waterfall within Tenorio Volcano National Park. Sign up for the night tour for Sea Turtle Nestling, where you can catch a glimpse of the leatherback sea turtle, the largest in the world.
Ride High On Adrenaline With Adventurous Activities
Surfing is really good in the waters of Guanacaste and Playa Tamarindo is a popular surfers’ destination too. And if you want to experience the bustling nightlife, head to Tamarindo Beach. Try cliff diving from the unique Flamingo Beach from where you can catch a panoramic view of the Pacific. You can also go on a hike to explore the Rincon de la Vieja National Park which is famous for the Rincon de la Vieja Volcano, one of the rare active caters with a landscape of geysers, mud pots, hot springs, and fumaroles surrounding them.
Adventure time at Donde Javitors is unexplored, try kayaking and snorkelling at the crystal clear waters and explore the gorgeous underwater world. Feel that adrenaline rush by going horseback riding at the Black Stallion Eco Park & Estates. The horses are super warm and this experience is so soothing and calm where you ride high on horses and feel the cool breeze flirt with you! Enjoy nature walks at Guanacaste by strolling down with Costour, a therapeutic experience amidst nature like never before!
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