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Guanacaste is known for its wonderful beaches and gorgeous sunny climate. One of the more easily accessible provinces with its own international airport, getting in and out of this region is no problem at all. Home to the Daniel Oduber International Airport in Liberia, many major US and international carriers fly into Guanacaste on a daily basis, making traveling to this part of the country easy and tension-free.
San José may be the capital of the country, but Liberia is the main hub of Guanacaste Province. While there is an international airport here (Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport), many inbound flights from other countries typically involve connections from San José's Juan Santamaría International. It's often cheaper to book travel through Costa Rica's domestic air carrier, Sansa. Sansa serves other places on the Nicoya Peninsula, such as the coastal towns of Tamarindo and Nosara.
With sun-splashed beaches and great Pacific surf, Costa Rica's northwestern province of Guanacaste teems with visitors from around the globe. The region's dry tropical climate encompasses a varied landscape. Popular white-sand beaches line the coast, and to the east, the Guanacaste Mountains feature fascinating national parks and caldera volcanoes. Travelers of every type can enjoy Guanacaste's myriad of activities, and Liberia's international airport (LIR) provides excellent regional access.
The incomparable beauty of its landscapes, which ranges from tropical dry forests to lowland mountain forests, its warm climate, as well as its flourishing nature have made Guanacaste one of the most heavily visited areas by locals as well as international tourists and is one of the most developed areas because of its high level of investment in the hotel industry that is in high demand. It also relies on important support by the Tourism Development Center of the Gulf of Papagayo and also relies on the Daniel Oduber International Airport through which arrive a number of charter and commercial flights from the United States.
Guanacaste's largest town, Liberia, serves as the regional economic and administrative capital. Home to the nation's second international airport, Liberia is a main access point for many incoming visitors from abroad. Accordingly, Liberia continues to undergo major transformations, similar to those of the Guanacaste coast. Due to its close proximity to Pacific beaches and surrounding national parks, Liberia provides an ideal stopover point for visitors who want to experience every facet of the Guanacaste region.