Before, the only way to get yourself to Costa Rica was to book a flight to The San Jose International airport and then take a car, bus, cab, or oxcart to get to your main destination. This is no longer the case. Costa Rica operates another international airport in Liberia, Guanacaste’s provincial capital to serve the Northern part of Costa Rica. Because of the Daniel Oduber Quiros International Airport, formerly isolated parts of the country have now become more accessible for both locals and travelers. The whole peninsula of Nicoya started to attract more investors. With the government of Costa Rica supporting the development, formerly unreachable parts of the country will become more accessible someday.