When you think of Costa Rica, you think of long white sand beaches and green-swathed volcanoes. This is exactly what the Guanacaste Province offers and much more.
The Guanacaste Province is also home to some of the most incredible Costa Rican national parks. Because of this, Guanacaste is the best destination for a private tours Costa Rica.
The Guanacaste Province is the most visited of all Costa Rican provinces. Every year people land on the Liberia airport, Costa Rica and enjoy some of the most exciting private tours Costa Rica around the country.
If you are coming to the Guanacaste Province this verano, you will certainly enjoy some of the most incredible tropical adventures out there.
Because Costa Rica’s dry season (verano) goes from December to April, this is the best time of the year for a private tours Costa Rica.
The first thing you need to make sure of when planning your private tours Costa Rica is that you have proper health insurance.
Does your health insurance cover you in Costa Rica? If not, you need to find one that does.
Although Costa Rica’s health care system will not turn away uninsured tourists in case of an emergency, it is important to have good health insurance.
This will help you avoid long waiting lines in case of emergency and you will be able to choose your hospital.
You will also need to book your hotel room, or rooms if you are traveling with your whole family.
Verano is the time of the year when most tourists come into the country, so you want to avoid surprises and book your hotel room in advance.
Finding a good hotel close to the beach might be a good idea. This way you can get to enjoy Costa Rica’s beautiful Pacific coastline with its amazing beaches.
They do not call Guanacaste’s coastline the “Gold Coast” for no reason. Here, you will find some of the most beautiful beaches you will ever see.
Adjacent to Playa Tamarindo, in Playa Langosta, you will find the marvelous Cala Luna Boutique Hotel & Villas. This incredible hotel lays in Playa Langosta, a charming fishing community.
This beautiful village has been quickly growing into the most visited and fast developing beach village in the country.
it enjoys all the nearby conveniences while at the same time being far enough removed to serve as a quiet escape from the hustle and bustle.
The Cala Luna Boutique Hotel & Villas offers luxury rooms and villas that will suit your every need.
beautiful boutique hotel also offers several pools, each villa has its own
private pool, aside from the hotel’s main pool.
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Sometimes roads in Costa Rica are not in very good conditions. Also, having a local Costa Rica private driver that knows the roads will prove to be very handy.
Also, public Costa Rica transportation tends to be very slow. There have been some accounts of road trips that should have taken one hour taking as much as 3 hours. Because of this, it is a good idea to hire Costa Rica private transportation services.
There are many options when hiring private transportation services. Costa Rica private transportation services range from Liberia airport shuttle services to private Costa Rica shuttle services and car rentals.
If you are looking for a real tropical adventure, then you want to pay a visit to the Monteverde Cloud Forest. This incredible tropical forest is located in northwestern Costa Rica, on the Tilarán Mountain Range.
Called cloud forest rather than a rainforest because of its altitude, the mountains intercept the northeast winds which turn into clouds that go through the forest.
The Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve was established in 1972 and initially covered some 810 acres of forested land.
Nowadays, its protective reach extends over 35,089 acres and encompasses eight life zones atop the Continental Divide. There are over 100 species of mammals, 400 species of birds, and 1,200 species of amphibians and reptiles living within its bounds.
The Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve is one of the few remaining habitats that support all six species of the cat family: jaguars, ocelots, pumas, oncillas, margays, and jaguarundis. This is a no-miss destination for your private tours Costa Rica.