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Provincia Guanacaste, Costa Rica (10.43133 -85.36611)
Guanacaste's climate and culture are unique among Costa Rican provinces. The province experiences little rain and consistent heat from November to April, resulting in ubiquitous tropical dry forests as a natural adaption to the dry season conditions. Tourists seek out this dry heat during the North American winter to enjoy the Guanacastecan beaches. Irrigation of the agricultural land is necessary during the long dry period. From May to October, the climate is similar to that of San José, consisting of showers daily and moderate temperatures. Guanacaste is, however, considerably warmer than other provinces in the country located in higher elevations.
Lake Arenal, Ruta Nacional 926, Barrio El Zancudero, Tronadora, Cantón Tilarán, Provincia Guanacaste, 50803, Costa Rica (10.49105 -84.85146)
Coordinates: 10.42483 -84.98233 10.55764 -84.73468 - Minimum elevation: 55 m - Maximum elevation: 1,903 m - Average elevation: 663 m