9-Day Running Adventure in Guanacaste, Costa Rica

May 3 to May 11, 2025

9-Day Running Adventure in Guanacaste, Costa Rica
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Nestled in the northwestern corner of Costa Rica, the Guanacaste region boasts an unparalleled natural beauty that captivates visitors from around the globe. With its diverse landscapes, pristine beaches, and rich biodiversity, Guanacaste offers a paradise for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike.

One of the most striking features of Guanacaste is its stunning coastline, adorned with powdery white sands and azure waters. From popular beach destinations like Tamarindo and Playa Conchal to hidden gems like Playa Hermosa and Playa Flamingo, each stretch of shoreline offers its own unique charm and opportunities for relaxation and recreation.

Inland, the landscape transforms into a verdant tapestry of lush forests, rolling hills, and majestic volcanoes. The region is home to several national parks and protected areas, including Rincon de la Vieja National Park and Palo Verde National Park, where visitors can explore hiking trails, discover hidden waterfalls, and observe an incredible array of wildlife, from howler monkeys to colorful tropical birds.

Beyond its natural wonders, Guanacaste is also steeped in rich cultural heritage and traditions. Visitors can immerse themselves in the vibrant local culture through traditional dance performances, artisan markets, and authentic cuisine featuring fresh seafood, tropical fruits, and flavorful Costa Rican dishes.

Whether you're seeking adventure in the great outdoors, relaxation on sun-drenched beaches, or a taste of authentic Costa Rican culture, the beauty of Guanacaste beckons, promising an unforgettable experience that will leave you enchanted and inspired.

Trip Highlights

Visit tropical volcanoes

Zip-line through the jungle

Spot wildlife on your daily run

Kayak, canoe, and raft through open waters

Run along sandy beaches

Meet Your Host Country: Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s year-round tropical climate makes it the perfect spot for wildlife like sloths and vibrant macaws. Although small, Costa Rica is committed to conservation and boasts eight national parks within its 51,000 square kilometers of land.

During your visit, embrace the hospitality of locals, who call themselves Ticos or Ticas, and settle into the easy comfort of this tropical paradise. Whether you're wandering colonial towns or savoring traditional cuisine, you'll find Costa Rica's charm irresistible.

About The Host

Tireless travel directors, local guides, trail runners, photography gurus, and staff medics...we're all here to make your experience one for the ages.

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