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Four Seasons is positioned on Costa Rica’s northwest Pacific coast within the province of Guanacaste. Though it’s the country’s second-largest province by area, Guanacaste is the least populated, offering a calm, peaceful ambience. The pampas – or prairie – landscape is an unusual mix of grassy savannahs, immense cattle ranches and tropical dry forest, backed by volcanic mountain ranges.
Guanacaste also offers some of the country’s best beaches – with shores stretching about 160 kilometres (99 miles) from the border with Nicaragua to the tip of the Nicoya Peninsula.
Four Seasons is located on exclusive Peninsula Papagayo, a master-planned resort community encompassing 930 hectares (2,300 acres). This secluded natural sanctuary provides abundant opportunities to experience eco-adventure on land and in the water.
Please note that all visitors to Costa Rica must possess a passport valid for at least six months from the date of arrival. Costa Rica has stringent customs guidelines for packages shipped into the country. Guests are encouraged to travel with all luggage, including personal belongings and golf clubs.
Fiesta de Santa Cruz – A rodeo and fiesta held in the town of Santa Cruz with Guanacasteco dancing, marimba music and traditional foods. Santa Cruz is considered the folklore centre of Costa Rica.
Miércoles de Ceniza (Ash Wednesday) – This day is celebrated throughout Costa Rica. In the Guanacaste region, processions include lively horse, cow and bull parades. Liberia holds the Guanacastecan bullfights, which differ from Spanish bullfights as the bull is not harmed.
Fiesta de La Virgen del Mar – Held in mid-July in Puntarenas and Playas del Coco, this festival includes a colourful regatta and boat parade in addition to a variety of seaside festivities.
Christmas week – Costa Ricans celebrate the festive season with a week of fireworks, bullfights and fun fairs in San José. Traditionally, local residents enjoy apples and grapes during this celebratory time.
GMT -6 hours
Central Standard Time
Spanish is the official language, while English is widely spoken throughout the country.
Local voltage is 110 to 120 volts AC. Adapters are available; please request through the Concierge.
Monday to Friday
8:00 am to 6:00 pm