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Choose from nine ocean view Inspirato homes on the Cacique Peninsula, nestled in Costa Rica’s rolling hills close to quaint beach towns. For the best views in the area, stay in Cumbre del Rey, a luxurious home just a short drive from Playa Hermosa or Villa Madera, a secluded and private hideaway. Nearby, Casa Escondida offers sweeping ocean views from its own blufftop, just a 5-minute drive to beaches and restaurants. Villa Vientos sits atop a lush bluff with an infinity-edge pool that stretches toward the horizon, while the more modern Serena offers abundant outdoor living space.
Choose from three homes tucked in the private gated development of Pacifico. Four-bedroom Villa Lantana features a great room that spills out onto the patio. Four-bedroom Monte del Mar and five-bedroom Villa Aracari offer stunning, private infinity-edge pools, two master bedrooms, and sweeping ocean views. Modern, four-bedroom Anona also offers an infinity-edge pool, plentiful outdoor space, and views of Playas del Coco.
On the north Pacific side of Costa Rica, Guanacaste is known as the "Gold Coast" for its sunny shores and warm weather. In fact, it's usually sunny even during its rainy season from May to October. This region is a treasure trove of authentic and exhilarating Costa Rican adventures. The intimate stretch of shoreline from Playa Hermosa to Playa Coco is Guanacaste's launch point for zip-line tours through jungle canopy and boat rides to view wildlife in the national reserve at Palo Verde. The Cacique Peninsula also boasts easy access to the area’s main highway, so you can reach iconic sites such as the country's nine active volcanoes and interior rainforests.
Get close to Costa Rican wildlife with a guided tour through Palo Verde National Reserve. Crocodiles mosey past your boat—and monkeys may even join you on board—as you spot birds, iguanas, and more in the surrounding jungle.
Fly through the treetops of Costa Rica's Guanacaste region, where the thick vegetation suddenly gives way to sweeping Pacific views. On the Witch's Rock Canopy Tour, you'll zip along 11 lines, offering something for all ages.
Discover Nicaragua's astonishing beauty, from its magnificent lakes and active volcanoes to Granada, one of the oldest colonial and most colorful cities of Central America. Immerse yourself in authentic Spanish culture.
Year-round temperatures in the high 80s throughout the day give way to the low 70s at night. Although rainfall in the country is much higher from May to October, the Guanacaste region is the sunniest in Costa Rica, and generally sees mostly sunny days throughout its rainy season, with a possible shower likely in the late afternoon or early evening.