The Peninsula Papagayo transformation is poised to create a new eco-luxury vacation destination in Latin America that sprawls across a rare protected peninsula where the majestic landscape, rich bio-diversity and authentic local culture takes center stage. This new gateway destination to Central and Latin America will also speak to today’s new crop of travelers who are ever-curious for meaningful and momentous adventures.
- $35 million USD renovation of Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica, the only Forbes five-star resort in Central & South America
- Peninsula-wide network of more than 8 miles of nature trails that will connect guests with nature while preserving the bio-diverse corridor
- New Macaw sanctuary designed to cultivate this native species through conservation and educational programming
- Enhancement of Marina Papagayo – a 180-slip luxury marina that is a premier destination for superyachts – with a new restaurant and lounge, gourmet grocery market and an array of new yacht charter offerings
- Enhancement of Peninsula Papagayo Golf Club that features an 18-hole Palmer Signature Course, five tennis courts (four Har-Tru courts and one grass court) and a signature restaurant
- Papagayo Explorers Club – a program of only-here experiences across active adventures, culture, wellness, fitness and volunteerism ranging from exhilarating spinner dolphin explorations and mountain biking to cheese making and pottery sessions with local artisans
- A continued investment in the growth of Creciendo Juntos – a nonprofit association founded by Peninsula Papagayo that supports the development of local Guanacaste communities including schools and a children’s clinic
- An ongoing focus on sustainability and land preservation
Peninsula Papagayo is located 30 minutes from Liberia International Airport, which offers more than 100 weekly flights seasonally from major cities in the U.S., Canada, U.K. and across Central America. It is home to 11 miles of dramatic coastline, eight miles of majestic bluff edges, seven sandy beaches and one of the few tropical dry forests on the planet.