Liberia is a colonial city situated between a volcanic national park and a coast lined with pristine beaches. The municipality gives an insight into the local culture with its churches and museums. Explore the charming city center on foot before taking trips to the otherworldly environs of the park.
Learn about the country’s cowboy heritage at the Sabanero Museum. Browse its collection of authentic lassos, saddles and other rancher items. The cowboy life is still one of the most common ways to make a living in the Guanacaste province.
Visit the oldest church in the city, the Iglesia de la Agonia. This religious site, which dates back to 1825, has a colonial-style design and an art gallery.
Dine at of the “sodas”, which are small restaurants serving local cuisine. Dishes from this area generally feature rice and beans, paired with fruit juices.
Many travelers use Liberia as a base to see Rincon de la Vieja National Park, a large region of eerie terrain. See the bubbling mud baths, gas-oozing craters and hot springs that make this park so fascinating. Gaze up at the main volcano and its nine craters before delving deep into the dry tropical forest.
Liberia is also famous for its proximity to some of the country’s most scenic beaches. Take a bus to the small beach towns of Coco Beach and Hermosa Bay Beach, which are about 20 miles (32.2 kilometers) west of Liberia.
Liberia International Airport is 8 miles (13 kilometers) west of the city. Take a bus to the city center and explore on foot. San José, Costa Rica’s capital city, is 168.3 miles (271 kilometers) southeast of Liberia.
Stay in Liberia for a slice of Guanacaste culture before hiking through the rainforest and volcanic terrain of the national park.
Dining, Beaches and Adventure
See crater-filled mountains and hot sulfurous mud pits edged by lush tropical forest in this park filled with tropical plants and animals.
Sunbathe on the soft sand, snorkel in the clear ocean water and spy turtles, crocodiles and monkeys at a marine park at this scenic beach.
Scenic green mountains enclose this beach where scuba divers, snorkelers and surfers flock to explore the curling waves and diverse marine life.
Breathtaking landscapes, diverse wildlife, and city exploration await on this day-long tour. Seek out Costa Rica's flora and fauna as you embark on a river cruise in Palo Verde National Park and survey Llanos de Cortés Waterfall.
The 1-day Blue River & Grand Waterfalls Hot Springs Eco-adventure is guided excursion, all about experiencing awe-inspiring nature. Enter a lush rain forest, with views of the smoking volcano in Rincon de la Vieja National Park and the distant Lake Nicaragua.
A 2 hour boat safari on the Tempisque River bordering Palo Verde National Park viewing a vast array of wildlife such as iguanas, crocodiles, monkeys, and many species of birds.
The 1-Day Private Tubing Adventure Tour with Hot Springs and Much More takes place inside a lush rain forest with blue rivers beginning with views of the smoking volcano crater, inside Rincon de la Vieja National Park while tubing down a real blue river; the ultimate adrenaline-filled rush and a tour rated by several travel writers as the Costa Rica’s premier tour of its kind.
Fumaroles, craters, steam blowholes, and the famous sulfur springs, are part of this wonderful family project named as “Las Hornillas”. Managed by its own family members, this fantastic geological tour is located on Miravalles Volcano foothills, where you will live a unique experience walking into an active crater of more than 53800 sq.
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