About 20 kilometers northwest of the capital we find Guararí de Heredia.
Guararí comprises a total of 118 hectares of land, nine of which form headwaters of steep banks protecting its natural vegetation. Along its land, a small watercourse crosses from east to west. Being in Heredia, it shares its cool climate and colorful colonial architecture.
The city is surrounded by coffee plantations and ranches and is one of the entry points to majestic Volcán Poás.
Heredia offers a vast rural beauty. It is a small escape from the city, as it also provides easy access back to the capital’s activities.
There is always something to do in Heredia; with an accessible and efficient bus service, everything is closer: fascinating places such as the INBIO Park, Monte de la Cruz, and the waterfall gardens of La Paz.