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    Sailing Guanacaste in Costa Rica

    Sailing Guanacaste in Costa Rica is one of the “must-do” tours you have to do to experience the shore from another perspective. it is amazing the quantity of sea life and water activities you can enjoy with our tours. Our tour have place at the north pacific coast of Costa Rica.

    Sailing Tours at Guanacaste

    Sailing Guanacaste Morning Tours

    The spectacular Guanacaste morning Sailing Tour is departing every day from many different locations. Please include in your booking request where you are going to stay at to give you the best option.

    Our open bar includes alcoholic beverages, fruit juice, and water. Snacks are going to be served during the tour.

    Our crew is totally at your service for your satisfaction!

    Duration 4 hours

    Departs at 8:00 hrs every day

    Sailing Guanacaste Sunset Tour

    Because of its location, the Guanacaste Pacific Coast is the best convenient spot to enjoy the most spectacular sunsets.

    The Sunset tour in Guanacaste starts at 2 pm and finishes after the sunset, usually around 6 pm.

    Our open bar includes alcoholic beverages, fruit juice, and water. Snacks are going to be served during the tour..

    Our crew is totally at your service for your satisfaction!

    Duration 4 hours

    Sailing Guanacaste Full Day Tour

    The Full day Sailing Tour in Guanacaste starts at 10 am and finishes after sunset around 6 pm every day.

    Our open bar includes alcoholic beverages, fruit juice, and water. Snacks are going to be served during the tour.

    Our crew is totally at your service for your satisfaction!

    Duration 8 hours

    Welcome to Guanacaste in Costa Rica

    You can request also an overnight experience, highly recommended to proposing or Honeymoon. Everything is possible with imagination. You have the idea and we have the experience.

    Guanacaste has a 400 miles shoreline. The most popular attractions to travelers are water, land, mountains, volcanoes, and beachfront environments. The two fundamental business regions Santa Cruz and Liberia six encompassing the travel industry improvement focuses on Papagayo Gulf, El Coco, Las Catalinas, Flamingo, Conchal, and Tamarindo. Since the Guanacaste region counts the many all-inclusive hotels, we can also set your pick up at the beaches of those hotels if the water conditions let us. This is the reason why we count many Catamarans and monohulls spread along the shoreline. Please let us know on your request where you are going to stay at to choose the best option for you.

    Hotels at Guanacaste

    Please find below the list of the Exclusive Hotels we serve for your sailing at Guanacaste in Costa Rica, if for any reason your hotel is not on this list, please let us know to find a better way to set your pick, some locations can include transportation, but not all of them, in that case, a supplementary cost might apply.

    Costa Rica Sailing Tours departs from this destinations

    The Best Beaches in Guanacaste for Sailing

    Since you are looking to hire a private sailing tour in Guanacaste, we can set up your pick at the following beaches down the Guanacaste shore. If by any chance you can not find your desirable beach, please let us know to assist you.

    • Nosara
    • Flamingo Marina
    • Potrero Beach
    • Ocotal Beach
    • Hermosa Beach
    • Sámara
    • El Coco Beach
    • Panamá Beach

    Guanacaste Information

    Guanacaste’s weather and culture are remarkable among Costa Rican territories. The region encounters very little rain and steady intensity from November to April, bringing about universal tropical dry timberlands as a characteristic adaption to the dry season conditions.

    Travelers search out this dry intensity during the North American winter to partake in the Guanacastecan sea shores. The water system of the horticultural land is important during the long dry time frame. Starting in May up to October, the weather is very like the San José conditions, sunny mornings and rain during the afternoon every day and moderate temperatures. Guanacaste is, in any case, impressively hotter than different areas in the nation situated in higher rises.

    The territory is limited on the east by a gathering of green-wrapped volcanoes shaping the Cordillera de Guanacaste (which highlights Orosi, Rincón de la Vieja, Miravalles and Tenorio volcanoes) and the Cordillera de Tilarán.

    Guanacaste Fauna

    The Guanacaste Conservation Area has a profoundly different arrangement of fauna. There are around 500 bird species, 100 reptile species, and an expected 140 types of well-evolved creatures, 40 of which are bat species. Invertebrate variety is likewise exceptionally high around here; starting around 2014 it was assessed that there were 20,000 types of creepy crawlies, 8,000 types of butterflies and moths, and 13,000 types of subterranean insects, honey bees, and wasps present.

    A portion of the vertebrate species present incorporates the Central American ungulate, puma, margay, ocelot, jaguarundi, white-confronted capuchin, howler monkey, insect monkey, busted insect-eating animal, white-lipped peccary, captured peccary and ring-followed coati. The Central American ungulate, otherwise called Baird’s ungulate, has a protection status of jeopardized and the white-lipped peccary is considered vulnerable.

    Some bird species present incorporate the fall-charged toucan, exquisite trogon, white-throated jaybird jay, blue-winged blue-green, giggling hawk, mangrove hummingbird, incredible curassow, jabiru, roseate spoonbill, and the red macaw. Both the tactical macaw and the extraordinary curassow have a protection status of powerless. The mangrove hummingbird is considered endangered.

    Some fascinating reptile species that occupy this region incorporate the American crocodile, spectacled caiman, the fundamentally jeopardized leatherback ocean turtle, and the weak olive ridley ocean turtle.

    Uncommon species remember a fish for the class Poeciliopsis portrayed in 2008; this freshwater species is endemic to the Potrero Grande stream framework.

    Guanacaste Flora

    Close to the different fauna, exceptionally assorted greenery is likewise present in the preservation region. It is assessed that there are more than 7,000 types of plants in this area. Of them, around 3,000 species are orchids and other epiphytic plants. The most outstanding species present is presumably the Guanacaste tree, Enterolobium cyclocarpum, which is Costa Rica’s public tree. Many kinds of plant networks make up the protection region. These people groups incorporate mangroves, swamp rainforest, cloud woods, dry timberland, savannah, oak woodland, evergreen exhibition backwoods, and pre-montane sticky forest.

    Part of the preservation region is made out of dry woods environment. Most of the trees around here (80%) will drop their leaves during the dry season. These trees will stay uncovered for three to five months. The leaf litter gives supplements and living space on the backwoods floor which prompts a higher variety of species. In late many years, there have been endeavors to reestablish dry woodland environments in the region of Guanacaste, Costa Rica, which is where the protection region is found.

    More Options

    If you want to book another tour besides the Sailing at Guanacaste in Costa Rica, we count with tours at Manuel Antonio departing from Quepos Marina.