Hojancha is also known as being a "Blue Zone" in the world, for the longevity of its inhabitants over 90 years old.
- Municipality of Hojancha photo -
Published on Monday, July 26, 2021
By the A.M. Costa Rica staff
Hojancha Canton in Guanacaste Province launched a campaign to attract tourists with the motto “Somos Hojancha” (we are Hojancha in English), announced its Municipality.
The campaign goal is to increase tourism in activities in the countryside and beaches, as well as the culture inherited by the Chorotega indigenous community who lived in the area before the arrival of the Spanish in the 15th century.
Among the main tourist sites promoted are Carrillo Beach, the “Salto del Calvo” waterfall, the Monte Alto reserve and the Matambú indigenous territory.
Hojancha is also known as being a "Blue Zone" in the world, for the longevity of its inhabitants over 90 years old, authorities said.
Last week, the Tourism Institute launched the “Guanacaste Airport” campaign to promote a new image of the Daniel Oduber International Airport, located in Liberia Canton, the second most important airport in the country. They’re hoping for bring more tourism to the province.
The new brand seeks to promote the natural and cultural wealth of Costa Rica, as well as increase the image of Guanacaste airport with its 44 international airport connections.
According to the Institute, in June, after more than a year Guanacaste Airport reached 98% of operations registered in the same month in 2019 before the pandemic.
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