Wandering Guanacaste Costa Rica
Adventure Travel Blog
- When traveling to Guanacaste, Costa Rica, you have probably heard tons of recommendations on what to do. Zip-lining and horseback riding through the dry tropical forest are probably the most recommended, along with visiting the natural hot springs in Rincón de la Vieja National Parks.All of these sound very tempting and, in most cases, they are activities that you can probably only dream about back in your country. So, the hard question is which one should you sacrifice? At Guanacaste Tours we have the right answer: none of them!
There is something majestic about waterfalls: the force of water falling strongly to finally join the calm waters of a pond or a river. Watching this unceasing cycle is mesmerizing; the more you watch, the more it catches your attention. So, if you are one of those waterfall fans, the province of Guanacaste in Costa Rica offers some of the best shows in the country!
Winter is here along with all the adventures you usually experience with your family or friends during this season of the year. The classical ski holidays are something that people living in winter regions such as Europe or North America can’t miss. Sounds fun… but a little bit more of the same, don’t you think?
Costa Rica’s temperate weather all year around, and the network of paths and trails in Guanacaste, especially in the surrounding areas of the Rincon de la Vieja Volcano National Park, make it an ideal destination for mountain biking.
The province of Guanacaste is well known for being the Golden Coast of Costa Rica. Its endless beaches are probably its top attraction, yet there are varied topographies and activities to enjoy. Birdwatching is certainly one of them. Bird Island (Isla Pajaros), is an important reserve protecting nesting grounds for several species of marine birds including Pelicans and Frigates and the endangered Jabiru, one of the largest aquatic bird species in the world. This is just one of the birding hotspots in the Northern Pacific province of Costa Rica.