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North Pacific

It covers mostly of Guanacaste province territory. The zone is globally known because of his beautiful beaches. In addition have conservation areas as Santa Rosa, Palo Verde, Barra Honda and Cabo Blanco National Park which protected the dry forest.

 

In the region are located beaches as Nancite, Ostional, and Las Baulas National Park that are important spots in the pacific for the spawning of turtles. Among the species of turtles are the Carey, Lora and the Baula which is the largest turtle specie of the world.

This area has been characterized by the agriculture and stockbreeding, also by the contribution that has made to the Costa Rican Culture with the customs, food, music and dances of the region.

Tourist Destinations

GUANACASTE BEACHES

 

Would you like to enjoy the freshness of the soothing wind, crystal waters, and beautiful beaches that surround the dry forest of this ultimate tropical experience? Then, Guanacaste beaches may be your ticket for great relaxation.

Guanacaste is known worldwide for its beautiful beaches, especially at Tierra’s del Sol, which is in viewing distance of the wildlife of the dry forest. Although the warmest and driest region of Costa Rica, the many beautiful beaches and relaxing activities include: kayaking, shorkeling, sport fishing, and in some locations, surfing. Also, in some protected wildlife areas it is possible to observe the spawning of turtles.

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PARQUE NACIONAL PALO VERDE

 

On December 20th, 1982, this nature haven became a national park.

Located in the Guanacaste province, it contains the Tempisque Valley area and protects 16,804 hectars of mainly wetlands. It has been credited with more than 279 species of birds, among them the Jabiru which unfortunately, it is in serious danger of extinction. Also, other animals seen here are mammals like monkeys, squirrels, deer, and porcupine.

During the rainy season (April-November) it is usually flooded causing a natural hydrologic system creating an ideal area for the biggest concentration in Costa Rica and Central America for water birds, both migratory and residents.

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