Guanacaste's climate and culture are unique among Costa Rican provinces, economic and cultural heritage is based on beef cattle ranching. Most of the area is covered by small patches of forest, tourists are attracted by the abundance of natural beauty.
Costa Rica has a variety of outdoor activities thanks to its unique geography, including scuba diving, hiking, biking, wildlife tours, and even zipline tours through the jungle.
Guanacaste's province experiences little rain and consistent heat from November to April, resulting in ubiquitous tropical dry forests as a natural adaption to the dry season conditions. Tourists seek out this dry heat during the North American winter to enjoy the Guanacastecan beaches.