North Pacific Costa Rica
It one of the most popular tourist destinations in Costa Rica, the North Pacific Coast is where you can expect to find superb beaches, constant sunshine and amazing surfing conditions. The Guanacaste province takes up the entire North Pacific coast and the climate here is unique to the rest of the Costa Rican provinces in that there is very little rain and constant heat during the months of November to April. Tourists wishing to escape the winters in their own country usually flock to this part of Costa Rica to chill out and enjoy the fabulous beaches. During the months of May to October, the climate changes slightly and you will see daily showers but warm temperatures.
The North Pacific of Costa Rica is the most easily accessible area to drive to and for tourists there is plenty of marine life to see especially in areas such as Playas del Coco, Isla Santa Catalina and Playa Ocotal. The Guanacaste province is the least inhabited out of all the provinces in Costa Rica but with more and more tourists coming here, it is not surprising that little villages seem to be appearing to accommodate the many people who decide to uproot and move to this beautiful paradise. Beaches in the North Pacific coast are absolutely stunning and are some of the most amazing in the whole of Costa Rica. There are plenty of immaculate sandy beaches here which are both relaxing and picturesque and for this reason, you will find that many deluxe resorts are being built here. The Tamarindo area is fast becoming one of the most luxurious areas in the country with the most expensive hotel based here. It is becoming a hot spot for the wealthy who wants to relax in comfort and style in the midst of the beautiful surroundings.