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White sand beaches, sunshine and cowboy traditions are some of the characteristics of the Northern Pacific region of Costa Rica.

The Northern Pacific is made up of the Guanacaste Province and the Nicoya Peninsula. This area is famous for its beautiful beaches, endless ocean views,

world class sports fishing, surfing, golfing, rodeos, natural wonders, cultural history and more. Liberia is the largest city in the area and home to the Daniel Oduber International Airport. There are now some international flights arriving daily in Liberia. Flamingo Beach, Conchal, Tamarindo, Nosara, Samara and Tambor are just a few of the beautiful beach towns that are scattered up and down the Northern Pacific coast line.

There is a wide variety of hotels and restaurants available in the Northern Pacific region. There are 5-star luxury resorts, sleepy little fishing and surfing villages and everything in between. Every town has a variety of restaurants and you can enjoy everything from the delicious local dishes to fine and fancy dining.


There are now some international flights arriving in Liberia, Guanacaste. Most people still fly into San Jose and either take a local flight, rental car, shuttle bus or tour guide to the Northern Pacific coast. Recent improvements in the Pan American Highway has made travel to and from the region easy and safe.

Taxi’s, buses, rental cars and tour guides are readily available and affordable in the Northern Pacific area.

The roads in the region have undergone major improvements in the past few years and getting around is fairly easy. There are a few roads that require 4-wheel drive during the rainy season, but these are mostly used by surfers that are way off the beaten track.

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