The Central Pacific and mainly Herradura Beach, with its leading Los Sueños Marriott is the center of many satisfactory incentive programs and corporate events. And coincidentally a popular vacations route for hundreds of executives, famous big sports and Hollywood stars and even rock singers, every year.
The Central Pacific region runs from the western parts of the Central Valley and Puntarenas provinces, from the Tarcoles River (The popular crocodile’s bridge) to Dominical Beach (Soth from Manuel Antonio National Park.
The region is quite flat with a permanent view of rolling hills and mountains that turn into amazing rainforests once one gets in them. As you drive through the area in the sunny season you may notice that there are several leafless trees together with luscious forests and this happens because at this particular point is where the tropical dry forest turns into the humid rainforest.
The Costa Rica Central Pacific has two main periods: The sunny (Also called the dry season), from December to mid-May and the rainy season, from mid-May to November, with a very stable and quite pleasant temperature of 85° F all year round. However, in the sunny season, it may rise to 90’2 and even occasionally to the 100°’s F°.
In the rainy season, temperature does not change much and rains happen usually two or three hours in the afternoons. (Except whenever there are hurricanes or low-pressure systems in the Caribbean that may cause episodes of continuous pouring rains on the Pacific side. But then, again, these happen twice or three times in the year).
The relative humidity is constantly at 85 percent. In January and February, it drops to between 75 and 80 percent humidity and reaches its peak of 90 percent humidity in June, September, and November
Along the coast, average rainfall is 143 inches per year, but as you go up the mountains up to 260 inches
In the surrounding central mountains, the temperature may drop a little, especially in December and January. (To 60°s F°)
The area of Costa Rica had, for decades three main sources of income: Bananas, Palm oil (After the banana plantation left) and fishing. Fishing remains in the travel industry, to be one of the most important things to enjoy in the region. You can have deep sea fishing and/or artisanal fishing.
With an area of 3911 km² (2430 m2) and as of 2011, it has a population of 300,000 people.
Most popular areas in terms of the travel industry are Herradura, Manuel Antonio, Quepos and Puntarenas (As a cruise ships port of call).
Some of the most popular activities for participants are:
Aeroméxico: Mexico City
Air Canada Rouge: Toronto–Pearson
Air France – Paris – Charles de Gaulle
Air Panama: David, Panama City-Albrook
Air Transat: Seasonal: Montréal–Trudeau, Toronto–Pearson
Alaska Airlines: Los Angeles
American Airlines: Charlotte, Dallas/Fort Worth, Miami
Seasonal: New York–JFK, Phoenix
Avianca Costa Rica: Bogotá, Guatemala City, Lima, Managua, Panama City, San Salvador
Avianca Guatemala: Guatemala City, San Andrés, Tegucigalpa
British Airways: London-Gatwick
Condor: Frankfurt, Santo Domingo
Copa Airlines: Guatemala City, Managua, Panama City, Tegucigalpa
Copa Airlines: Colombia Guatemala City, Panama City
Cubana de Aviación: Havana
Delta Air Lines: Atlanta, Los Angeles
Seasonal: Minneapolis/St. Paul, New York–JFK
Interjet: Mexico City
JetBlue Airways: Fort Lauderdale, Orlando
Nature Air: Bocas del Toro, Drake Bay, Golfito, La Fortuna, Liberia, Limón, Managua, Nosara, Puerto Jimenez, Punta Islita, Quepos, Tamarindo, Tambor, Tortuguero
Sansa Airlines: Costa Esmeralda, Drake Bay, Golfito, La Fortuna, Liberia, Limón, Palmar Sur, Puerto Jimenez, Quepos, San Isidro, Tamarindo, Tambor, Tortuguero
Southwest Airlines: Baltimore, Houston–Hobby
Spirit Airlines: Fort Lauderdale, Houston–Intercontinental
United Airlines: Chicago–O’Hare, Houston–Intercontinental, Newark, Washington–Dulles
Seasonal: Denver 
Veca Airlines: San Salvador
Volaris: Cancún, Guadalajara
WestJet: Seasonal: Toronto–Pearson