Known for its agricultural production and set in the foothills of Costa Rica’s Guanacaste mountain range, Bagaces is a small town surrounded by lush forests, rivers and hot springs. One of the main attractions to this area is the Guyabo National Monument, an archaeological site that contains the remains of an ancient indigenous settlement dating back over 2,500 years. Another popular destination in Bagaces is the Rio Perdido Hot Springs, fed by underground geothermal water and often visited for their relaxing and therapeutic waters that are enveloped by lush forest scenery. As well as its natural attractions,
Bagaces is also known for its vibrant culture and traditional festivals, including the Feast of the Virgin of Guadalupe and the Fiestas Cívicas, which celebrate Costa Rica’s independence from Spain. These events are open to anyone visiting Bagaces, and offer the chance to experience and learn more about the town’s cultural heritage. With its hot springs, archaeological sites and traditional celebrations, Bagaces offers the chance to connect with Costa Rica’s history and traditions while surrounded by breath-taking natural landscapes.

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