Guanacaste: Weddings in Playa Tamarindo and surrounding beaches















Guanacaste’s nature has landscapes that range from white sand beaches to the tropical dry forest surrounded by low mountain ranges and stretches of fertile farmland.

Its trademark hot and sunny climate year-round makes Guanacaste, Costa Rica one of the premier international tourism destinations in the world. Liberia’s Daniel Oduber International Airport is located within a 1 ½ hour drive from the Tamarindo area and approximately 30 minutes from the Gulf of Papagayo resorts. Playa Tamarindo is the most developed beach town in the area with excellent and varied services allowing wedding guests to enjoy the beach by day and the nightlife after sunset.

The less populated surrounding beaches of Playa Langosta, Playa Grande, Playa Ventanas, Playa Avellanas, Playa Negra, and Playa Junquillal are all located within short drives from Playa Tamarindo and offer more secluded settings among Costa Rica’s nature 



      Mid-Pacific: Weddings in Jaco area & Manuel Antonio National Park















Located only a few hours drive from San Jose, the Mid-Pacific region of Costa Rica contains a lush climate that allows for greater biodiversity at the beaches and steep hillsides that border much of the nature’s coast. The town of Jaco is the most developed area and has the most extensive tourist services in Costa Rica, perfect for any wedding. Playa del Jaco and its surrounding beaches are world-famous for their surf breaks.

This region also contains protected wilderness areas to preserve the abundance of plant and animal species encouraged by this green Costa Rican climate. The Playa Hermosa Wildlife Refuge, located a short distance from Jaco, comprises a strip of beach with a mangrove swamp that is home to numerous species of birds and the nesting olive ridley turtles. Manuel Antonio National Park spans 683 hectares of very tropical forest and nature park trails that offer sightings of white-faced monkeys, sloths, raccoons, iguanas as well as the Costa Rican squirrel monkey endemic to only this region.


      Central Valley: Weddings in San Jose and surrounding areas
















Costa Rica’s Central Valley region holds the country’s capitol, San Jose, and features two extraordinarily beautiful tourist nature destinations: Turrialba and Valle de los Santos. Both of these rural mountain towns offer a glimpse of old Costa Rica with their simply made houses, large coffee plantations, sugar mills, and dairy farms. The valley also contains many national nature parks which protect the region’s main volcanoes. The city of San Jose offers culture for your wedding guests with various museums, the National Theater as well as fine dining and live music any night of the