Northern Pacific Region
The North Pacific Region extends from the border of Nicaragua to the central Pacific. It stretches from the mountains and flat plains of Guanacaste to the Nicoya Peninsula.
With the hot and sunny beaches along the coasts of the provinces of Guanacaste and northern Puntarenas, this region plays an important role for tourism in the country. Full of lively beach towns with surf shops, yoga studios, cafes, and restaurants, this region did not lose touch with its agricultural roots. Here you may find farmers herding cattle through the streets and chickens running free.