Tours & Excursions in Guanacaste
Are you the kind of traveler that likes to practice outdoor activities, sports and adventures? Then you should visit Guanacaste in Costa Rica for the most amazing vacation experience. This region located near the border of Costa Rica with Nicaragua offers infinite possibilities for travelers to raise their adrenaline levels and explore the beauty of this country.
Our tours in Guanacaste Costa Rica will please all the members of the family. From driving an ATV through the jungle and the paradisiac beaches, discovering the beautiful Arenal Volcano, to visiting Granada (a city in Nicaragua) or rafting through different rivers, horseback riding, gliding over amazing zip-lines or practicing rock climbing and Rappel. As you can see, we offer a huge variety of incredible things to do in Guanacaste that will keep you active and create good memories from your vacations in Costa Rica.
Cultural activities, extreme sports, and natural wonders all in one place! What are you waiting to have the time of your life?
Things to Do in: Guanacaste
- Archaeological Sites
- Boat Rides
- Night Life
- Night Show
- Other Excursions
- Sport Fishing
- Swim with Dolphins
- Water Sports
It is common for tourist destinations to have a second language in order to give a better understandable service to its visitors. Surely it’ll make you more comfortable and it’ll probably give you the certainty of what you are buying or where you’re going. Although English is accepted (unofficially) as a second language in most countries in Latin America, it doesn't hurt to know a few phrases in the local language once you go on you Guanacaste excursion.
The official language in Guanacaste is Spanish, but here and in many other cities in Costa Rica, English prevails. In spite of this, we recommend you to get to know your Spanish. Having knowledge of some simple words and sentence construction will surely get you out of more than one pickle on your Guanacaste tour. Besides, there is nothing nicer for the local people to find out that those who visit make an honest effort to acknowledge the place’s culture