come to and around
Many people sail down to Costa Rica (mostly the rich ones...) but the point is to find a nice beach you like and find relaxing - and park yourself no matter the size of the boat:)Related to:
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The car ferry leaves Puntarenas going to Playa Naranjo several times daily. The crossing takes about 90 minutes.
Get in line early because you will have a long line of traffic.Related to:
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AWWWWW How cute is that?.
Isn't that cute???
We had a 45minute hike on the beach to get to Corcovado Tent Camp. Fortunately, this little cutie carried our backpacks for us.
the only way to fly...
Once in Costa Rica you will more than likely take a airplane to your hotel .
They can get bumpy but just sit back and enjoy the view..
Rent a 4 wheel drive!
The picture speaks for itself! Bad roads, holes, rain... Do not hesitate! Rent a 4 wheel drive, don't do like us!Related to:
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Always rent a 4x4
When travelling around Costa Rica, always rent a 4x4, especially when you are planning to visit the Nicoya Peninsula. Trust me on this one.
Taking a small chartered plane...
Taking a small chartered plane from San Jose to your chosen destination will save you hours of driving and allow you some excellent views of the countryside.
This is the airport in Samara.
Buses are one of the most...
Buses are one of the most economical ways to travel around Costa Rica. You can get almost anywhere but allow extra time for break downs, traffic, many stops.
getting to the Osa Peninsula
I had van transport me from San Isidrio to Puert Jimenez, the easier way to go if you are in San Jose is to fly from San Jose to Puerto Jimenez
Tortuguero village is 80 Km. northeast of Limon town, on the caribbean coast. Four to six hours of boat trip.
local bus hihihi
I think local bus is the best way to travel in Costa Rica but be patient, you will never be in time. You will travel with native and they are very friendly. It cost almost nothing to take de bus .
This photo shows how I came to...
This photo shows how I came to Cost Rica
Motor cycle (dirt bike) was my choice to get around. It was a fun way to avoid the many pot holes.
Fly into Liberia if going to...
Fly into Liberia if going to northern province of Guanacaste. We flew direct from Toronto. Pic is of the airport.
Although Costa Rica is not a...
Although Costa Rica is not a very large country, it is only about 51,000 square kilometers. The terrain is quite harsh, and getting around by road sometimes requires a lot of time and patience.
Costa Rica Hotels
San Pablo De Turrubares, Costa Rica (Formerly La Finca Que Ama Hotel)
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I don’t know how many of you have stayed in an all inclusive hotel before... but this resort was so...more
Very friendly an to other d helpful staff. The newer rooms are excellent. good value relative...more
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