The province of Guanacaste has been officially part of the territory of Costa Rica for 192 years. It is a land of contrasts, which not only has incredible national parks and the most beautiful beaches in the country.
But also has given the country a lot of traditions and has enriched the culture of the nation with its music, folklore, delicious food, dances, and songs. Also, it is a province with five-star resorts, golf courses, sports stands and gourmet restaurants.
It’s a beautiful and warm climate has attracted the arrival of hundreds of Europeans and North Americans to escape the cold winter and how not? Having a place with adventure, nature, luxury and all the services to make the location a region in constant growth and evolution. How not to take the opportunity to vacation and start a new life in such a fantastic place?
The GAM or Greater Metropolitan Area of San José is a solid, busy place, and locals are always looking for an escape from this place, to achieve a good lifestyle, that allows health with nature. Liberia, in Guanacaste, is becoming the home of many GAM Costa Ricans, foreigners and companies that are moving to this beautiful city, away from the hustle and bustle and close to the most beautiful beaches in the country.
The Liberia airport opened a wealth of investment opportunities, a subsidiary of Ad Astra Rocket, a leading technology and space flight company that supports the development of plasma rocket propulsion and software company Avantica, are two companies that had the vision of putting their businesses in a convenient location.
Also, universities and technical schools have opened a new campus, providing a fantastic opportunity for local students, ensuring that companies looking for qualified staff in the area have access to trained staff. As is the case with Earth University, the Universidad Latina, University Invenio and the University of Costa Rica.
Guanacaste has much more than beautiful beaches and Liberia, as well as Tilaran, where Continum Datacenter is building a new financial services center, is slowly acting to attract attention.
The biggest problem facing Guanacaste is the shortage of water, and the government is working on a plan to provide the province with three new water wells to resolve the drought, which should be ready this year. Also promoting 133 projects that include new streets, schools, the completion of the airport’s cargo terminal and the renovation of the border crossing.