Central Valley Guanacaste Costa Rica
Beautiful beaches, fascinating national parks and a variety of activities, including fishing and diving in the world, awaits visitors to this, the largest province of Costa Rica
Visit the Central Valley Guanacaste is almost surreal, little by little steep, winding roads become flat lines, plant life, green and humid tropical forest gives way to dry, and the mountains are lost on the horizon.
The area now known as the canton of Nicoya, pre-Columbian America was part of a vast territory belonging to the Indian tribe called Chorotegas, and was part of the territory of Nicaragua until 1824. On July 25, 1824, the Party of Nicoya by popular vote was annexed to the Community.
This region of Costa Rica is a very important part of traditional Costa Rica, retains its own culture and folklore.
The best time to visit Guanacaste, thankfully, is all year. The dry season gives all swimmers unmatched tanning, while the “green season” a flowering of trees, displaying a range of colors and scents that envelop the senses.