Provinces of Costa Rica


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Territorial Area: 11.277 km2 Population:…

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Territorial Area: 9.188 km2 Population: 274.135 residents Interesting places for tourism: Playa Bonita Puerto Vargas Hitoy Cerere Talamanca Barra del Colorado Cahuita National Park Tortuguero National Park In…

Territorial Area: 11.277 km2
Population: 358.980 residents
Interesting places for tourism:
Dona Ana
Cabo Blanco Reserve
Corcovado National Park
Carara Biological Reserve
Isla del Golfo (Gulf Island)
Playas de Manuel Antonio National Park

This province is very important for Costa Rica because of its beautiful beaches and the fast growth of the hotels for vacation area for national and international tourism.

Puntarenas is recognized by Costa Ricans as EL PUERTO, happy place with a nice and good night ambient, excellent seafood, restaurants with national and international food.

An important characteristic of Puntarenas is its annual carnivals that do not go unnoticed for national tourist and many foreign visitors have taken a good experience with them for enjoying this party due to of the annual and big mobilization of these people.

Puntarenas is an ideal place for fishing as sport, also, is a place for fishing as an important source of income and jobs for the residents of this province.

When you get to EL PUERTO is very sure that any tourist will leave without knowing the famous Paseo de los Turistas (Tourist Street) and of course enjoying some of the delicious food that in this place offers to the tourist.

This hot and tropical province offers for the enjoyment of the tourist the nearest beaches only one hour from San Jose. The national and foreign tourist makes contact with the folklore of the area: typical foods, candies and the famous “copos” are part of the landscape that never lacks in a sunny, beach and maritime ambient.


Beaches, sun, sand, and sea and someone called Manuel Antonio?
No one knows exactly who Manuel Antonio was at Quepos, but everybody knows that Manuel Antonio Beach and National Park are very important part of the National and International Tourism

Quepos or Puerto Quepos belong to the province of Puntarenas and it is located at the Pacific. This place has a lot years dedicated of its tourism beach development mainly, because at all sector of Manuel Antonio, you will find hotels for all types of budget.

The beaches of Manuel Antonio form part of the most important attraction of this port, because its National Park appeals not only vacation tourism also scientific tourism that study the different kinds of flora and fauna of this park.

Puerto Quepos (Quepos Port) has an interesting, night atmosphere, a variety of food international restaurants. It seems that many tourists who came to Quepos were impressed and fascinated and they decided to stay permanently in this port and today these people who got to this place as tourist, are contributing with the tourism that visits Quepos.

Puerto Quepos (Quepos Port) enchants the heart from those who meet and know it, and it is inevitable.

Territorial Area: 101.141 km2 Population: 218.234 residents Interesting places for tourism: Tamarindo Flamingo Sámara Playa Hermosa (Beautiful Beach) Playa del Coco (Coco Beach) Santa Cruz Golfo de Papagayo…

Territorial Area: 3.125 km2 Population: 392.907 residents Interesting places for tourism: Basílica de Los Angeles Ujarras Ruins Church of Orosi Orosi Valley Irazu Volcano National Park Guayabo National…

Territorial Area: 2.657 km2
Population: 315.158 residents
Interesting places for tourism:
Monte de la Cruz (Mountain of the Cross)
Ojo de Agua (Water Eye)
Braulio Carrillo National Park
Parroquia de la Inmaculada (Parish Church of the Virgin Mary)
Puerto Viejo de Sarapiquí (Sarapiquí Old Port)

You cannot find in any country around the world a lot places with names of Saint as in Heredia.

Santo Domingo
This place is very famous for its beautiful landscapes and architectonic and historic designs. It is only 10 minutes from San José, lying peacefully and pretty territory of Santo Domingo.

San Joaquín de Flores
The religious traditions of the area have made of their activities considered very artistic appeals in this way a crowd of national and foreign tourists in order to share the spiritual festive parties of San Joaquin de Flores.

Also, among its traditions, San Joaquin offers the best sorbet ice creams of Costa Rica, which are prepared and sold in front of the satisfied clients with a lot of folklore.

San Lorenzo
It is a little town where you can watch an excellent football soccer game among friends. It is a good reason for joining to this town.

San Jose de la Montaña
Its mountains are the best attraction for the tourist. In this place is easy to find a big variety of mountain hotels, each of them with a special attractive, but all of them with a little peace of Heaven that comes from the paradise. Its fresh weather evokes to the romanticism of those do not pass the opportunity of giving this captive feeling in their hearts.

Santa Barbara
In this place the tourist will find famous restaurants by their foods in the middle of a little and peaceful town, at the foot of the Barva Volcano and in a fresh weather and surrounded by the rural heat of the area.

Heredia is well known not only for the Saints, also because is province with beard. This is the name of one of its town full of splendor of the province of Heredia, which was declared as historic town because it maintains antiques houses made by adobe, for this reason we can say that in Barva de Hereida the history and the old Costa Rican traditions are stopped. It is easy to find for the tourist in the party town the famous clowns, the Cimarrona and typical food.

Visiting and knowing Heredia will be for the tourist an excellent experience full of surprises in the middle of a combination of typical with the delicious aroma of the that surround this town.

Territorial Area: 9.753 km2 Population: 586.836 residents Interesting places for tourism: Historical and cultural Juan Santamaria Museum La Guácima, Sarchí race track Poás Volcano National Park Arenal Volcano…

Territorial Area: 4.959 km2 Population: 1.227.776 residents Interesting places for tourism: National Museum Jade Museum Gold Museum Contemporary Art Museum Natural Science Museum Museum of Children (Museo de…

Human habitation can be traced back more than 10,000 years but it appears Costa Rica was sparsely populated and a relative backwater in the pre-Columbian era. There is little sign of major communities and none of the impressive stone architecture that characterized the more advanced civilizations of Mesoamerica to the north and the Andes to the south. When Columbus arrived near Limen on September 18, 1502 on his third and last voyage to the Americas, there were probably no more than 20,000 indigenous inhabitants They lived in several autonomous tribes, all with distinct cultures and customs. Costa Rica’s only major archaeological site is at Guayabo, 30 miles east of San Jose, where an ancient city, dating back to 1000 B.C. and though to have contained 10,000 people at its peak, is currently being excavated. Many interesting gold, jade and pottery artifacts have been found throughout the region and are on display in several museums in San Jose.

The Indians gave Columbus gold and he returned to Europe with reports of a plentiful supply of the yellow metal. But the adventurers who arrived to cash in found only hostile Indians, swamps and disease for their trouble. Several early attempts to colonize the Atlantic coast failed for the same reasons and for almost half a century Costa Rica was passed over while colonization gathered pace in countries to the north and south. In 1562, the Spanish main’s administrative center in Guatemala sent Juan Vasquez de Coronado to Costa Rica as governor and Cartago was established as the capital the following year. With no Indian slaves to work the land, the colonists were forced to work the land themselves, scratching out a meager subsistence by tilling small plots. The impoverished colony grew slowly and was virtually ignored by the Spanish rulers in Guatemala. By the late 18th century, the settlements that would had been founded and exports of wheat and tobacco were making economic conditions somewhat better.

Central America gained independence from Spain on September 15, 1821. The news reached Costa Rica a month after the event. The question of whether Costa Rica should join newly independent Mexico or join a new confederation of Central American states resulted in a bitter quarrel between the leaders of San Jose and their counterparts in Cartago and Heredia. A brief civil war in 1823 was won by San Jose and Costa Rica joined the confederation.

Juan Mora Fernandez was elected the country’s first head of state in 1824. His progressive administration expanded public education and encouraged the cultivation of coffee with land grants for growers. This quickly led to the establishment of a new Costa Rican elite, the coffee barons, who quickly put their power to use by overthrowing the first Costa Rican president, Jose Maria Castro. His successor, Juan Rafael Mora, is remembered as the man who mobilized a force of Costa Rican volunteers and defeated William Walker, ending the persistent North American adventurer’s ambitions to turn Central America into a slave state and annex it to the United States.

After more than a decade of political turmoil, General Tom Guardia seized power in 1870. Though he ruled as a military dictator, his 12 years in power were marked by progressive policies like free and compulsory primary education, restraining the excesses of the military and taxing coffee earnings to finance public works. It was Guardia who contracted Minor Keith to build the Atlantic railroad from San Jose to the Caribbean. The post-Guardia years witnessed the fitful transition to full democracy.

The next important era began with the election of Dr. Rafael Angel Calderon Guardia in 1940. His enlightened policies included land reform, a guaranteed minimum wage and progressive taxation. But when Calderen’s United Social Christian Party refused to step down after losing the 1948 election, civil war erupted. The anti-Calderen forces were led by Jose Maria (Don Pepe) Figueres Ferrer who had been exiled to Mexico in 1942. Supported by the governments of Guatemala and Cuba, he won the war which lasted 40 days and cost 2,000 lives.

Figueres became head of the Founding Junta of the Second Republic of Costa Rica. He consolidated the reforms introduced by Calderen and introduced many of his own: He banned the Communist Party, gave women the vote and granted full citizenship to blacks, abolished the armed forces, established a term limit for presidents and nationalized the banks and insurance companies. He also founded the Partido de Liberacion Nacional. (The PLN won last year’s presidential election behind Don Pepe’s son, now President Jose Maria Figueres Olsen.

Don Pepe died in 1990 a national hero, his deeds having set the scene for the social and economic progress that would earn Costa Rica the reputation as a peaceful and stable island of democracy in one of the world’s most politically unstable, and often war-torn regions. When civil war broke out in neighboring Nicaragua, Costa Rica was drawn reluctantly into the conflict, its northern zone being used as a base first for Sandinista and later for “contra” forces. In 1986, a young lawyer called Oscar Arias Sanchez was elected president on the platform of peace. Arias’ tireless efforts to promote peace in the region were rewarded when the five Central American presidents signed his peace plan in Guatamala City in 1987, an achievement that earned him the Nobel Peace Prize.