Costa Elena, Costa Rica

Discover the charm of Costa Rica’s Guanacaste province with Inspirato. Choose from one of our hillside villas in the Costa Elena Resort Community, each one tucked within the surrounding tropical greenery. Orosi boasts views of the scenic Salinas Bay and Orosi Volcano, while Quetzal, Oncilla, Caracara, and Irazu gaze out to Bolaños Island. All villas feature modern architecture with bright interiors, as well as an infinity-edge pool and sun deck with stunning ocean views.

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Costa Rica’s Pristine Paradise

Perched on a lush hillside above the azure waters of Jobo Bay—with Guanacaste’s famous Orosi Volcano looming off in the distance—Costa Elena hosts dramatic vistas and enchanting views in all directions. Costa Rica’s Guanacaste province is known for its pleasantly dry climate, tropical forests teeming with wildlife, and an abundance of pristine beaches. Visit the city of Liberia to delve deeper into the region’s vibrant culture and sip on jugo de caña (sugarcane juice), then head off on a guided tour of nearby national parks and volcanoes.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested airport
    Liberia International Airport (LIR)
  • Currency
    Costa Rican colón
  • Language
  • Time zone
    2 hours behind NYC
  • Average water temperature
    83°F in summer

Destination Highlights

  • Whitewater Rafting

    Costa Rica has an abundance of rivers perfect for whitewater rafting at all difficulty levels, with some of the best located in the Guanacaste province.

  • Zip Line Canopy Tours

    Explore the tropical forests of Costa Rica while zipping along steel cables high above the treetops. You might even spot a sloth dangling from a nearby branch.

  • Salinas Bay

    In addition to its pristine beaches and plentiful marine life, Salinas Bay has been dubbed the kiteboarding and windsurfing capital of Costa Rica thanks to a pleasant season of steady winds.



  • Forecasting your Costa Elena Vacation

    Although Guanacaste is already the driest region of Costa Rica, its dry season (which spans from December to April) is the most ideal time to visit. During this season, you’ll find very little rain and a consistent, comfortable heat that rarely goes above 95℉. Although the rainy season might not be best for lounging on a beach, it does provide the perfect opportunity to see the region’s lush greenery in full bloom.


Map of Costa Elena

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