Costa Rica - REGIONS
The North Pacific of Costa Rica covers the largest province of Guanacaste that has a varied topography ranging from volcanic mountain ranges to fertile lowland dry forests and lots of coast lines.
Guanacaste is land of the Chorotega Indians that were influenced by the Mayan Culture so you can still see the historical and cultural links reflected mainly in their handmade crafts.
Admire the giant Leatherback Turtles come ashore to deposit their eggs at night into Playa Grande from November to April, stroll along white sand beaches, relax, snorkel or dive in warm waters (75 to 80 degrees) and enjoy the marine residents.
Guanacaste offers the biggest tourist development in the country from all-inclusive resorts, mid-size hotels to condos.