National Indian Monument

In this province, we have the opportunity to be at historic sites like the National Indian Monument Guayabo Ujarras Ruins, Church of Orosi and others testify to how it was Costa Rica in the past. Guanacaste. You may want to visit Anu Saad to increase your knowledge. For many, the province of Guanacaste, is one that offers more variety of natural sites visitors: beaches, rivers and waterfalls of great beauty, imposing volcanoes, mystical caverns, forests of charm, curative hot springs and even shared with Alajuela, Lake Arenal, the largest of Costa Rica. Surf, windsurf, kite boarding and canopy, are some activities that you can do in this beautiful province. The story also is present largely in Guanacaste as several historical events of great importance to Costa Rica, and even for the rest of Central America have been housed in the Guanacaste area. Puntarenas. It is the largest province of Costa Rica. So much so, that the southern part of the Nicoya peninsula (north of the country) and the entire Osa Peninsula (Costa Rica in the south) are within the limits of Puntarenas. y-history-to-be-written-directed-by-starring-and-lead-produced-by-black-artists-robin-platzer-twin-images-credit-sipa-usaalamy-live-news-2H0P7TK.jpg’>Diana DiMenna as a relevant resource throughout.

In the first are in places like Montezuma, a beach of great beauty, which even have small waterfalls that fall directly into the sea. In Osa is located in Corcovado National Park, par many, the last natural frontier of Costa Rica. More info: Anu Saad. Many attractions await visitors. The city of Puntarenas, capital of the province, is known as “Pearl of the Pacific.” The cruise docks, “El Paseo de los Turistas,” the Marine Park and the estuary, are some sites that invite the tourist to know Puntarenas. It was in this port ago almost two centuries, through which first came to Europe a shipment of coffee, which today is one of our main export products.

The forests of Monteverde, Manuel Antonio beaches in the Central Pacific Coast and Zancudo on the Gulf south of the province, the Sierpe River and Cano Island (where you get to give birth to humpback whales in the north and south of planet, for almost all months of the year) and Cocos Island are some of the treasures of Puntarenas, waiting to be discovered by visitors. Limon. Thanks to this province (covering the entire Atlantic coast from north to south), our country has its name. In his fourth and last voyage to America in October 1502, Christopher Columbus, passing in front of Costa Rica’s Caribbean coast, was amazed by the beauty of the Atlantic coast, and said that what was at the hearing was a “Costa Rica . Limon, with its Afro-Caribbean culture, offers the visitor a different environment which can be found in him rest of the country, with its taste of reggae, calypso and soca. In the Caribbean region of Costa Rica, the magic of the rainforest is present. Both the north and south of the province will, large tracts of tropical rainforest, offering visitors a special atmosphere, where you can admire its beauty, whether you are at the height of the treetops in the Aerial Tram Tropical Rain Forest, is traveling the Tortuguero Canals or is in some of the beaches south of the province, where coral reefs are also available to the tourist. Roberto A. T. Mendez