Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica
Andaz Costa Rica Resort at Peninsula Papagayo
W Costa Rica - Reserva Conchal
JW Marriott Guanacaste Resort and Spa
El Mangroove Papagayo
Casa Chameleon Hotel Las Catalinas
Jardín del Edén Boutique Hotel
Hotel Tamarindo Diria Beach Resort
Los Altos de Eros Boutique Hotel & Spa
Cala Luna Boutique Hotel & Villas
The Gulf of Papagayo is one of the perfect place to experience sport fishing chaters all year round due to its fertile waters. Papagayo fishing is recognized as the home of big and abundant Sailfish, Striped and Blue Marlin, Yellowfin tuna, Roosterfish, Mackerel, Amberjack and Bulk mahi mahi.
Marina of Flamingo Beach
Playa Flamingo lies just 20 miles from the continental shelf. Head offshore, and you can take on Tuna, Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, and prized Billfish, such as Sailfish and Blue, Black, and Striped Marlin!
Fishing outside the World Famous Catalina Islands is also an experience of a lifetime. South and west in front of Flamingo and Tamarindo beach in deeper water (250 -650’) lie many shelf areas that are home to Blue, Striped and even Black Marlin, not to mention a multitude of sailfish and Dorado (Mahi Mahi).
Four Seasons Resort Golf Course
Ranked among the “Top 100 Courses Outside the United States” by Golf Digest, our 18-hole, par-72, Arnold Palmer-designed course pairs dramatic elevation changes with stunning views of Bahía de Culebra.
Ocean Course at Peninsula Papagayo
Tame Nacascolo Forest on the 18-hole, par-72 championship course—The King’s premier venture in Latin America. Hugging diverse terrain borne of an ancient lava flow, this 6,788-yard masterpiece winds its way through 125 acres of old-growth forest, valleys and seacliffs.
Vista Ridge Golf & Country Club
A nicely designed 18 hole golf course winding up and down the property. There is a driving range and practice putting green to help put your game in order.
Hacienda Pinilla Golf Club
Hacienda Pinilla Golf Course is a true, 6,800-meter masterpiece by Mike Young, who has designed some of the finest golf courses in the southern United States.
Diamante Eco Adventure Park
Zipline rides over a forest canopy, plus tours of a butterfly house & wildlife center with jaguars.
Tamarindo EcoAdventure Center
Tamarindo EcoAdventure Center offers a mixture of adventure and culture, with zip line tours, nature trails for walking or biking, horseback riding and a special Guanacastecan
Parque Nacional Guanacaste
Around 70,000 acres and is home to the Orosi and Cacao Volcanoes, which are its main attractions. There are three main areas Maritza, Pitilla, and Cacao.
Tenorio Volcano National Park
Tenorio Park includes several habitats within the park including rainforest, cloud forest, and river habitats. There are several hiking trails within the park, though government permission is required to climb to the summit of the volcano. The Rio Celeste runs through the park.
Santa Rosa National Park
The Santa Rosa National Park is part of the Guanacaste Conservation Area. As a result, there are many different ecosystems to be found within the park’s boundaries. There are 10 distinctive habitats found within the park.
Rincón de la Vieja Volcano
Rincón de la Vieja is an active andesitic complex volcano in north-western Costa Rica