Costa Rica Transportation

For Reservation: Shuttle Transportation , Private Transportation , Air Transportation

 

International Air Transportation:
Almost all air traffic to and from Costa Rica is handled through the Juan Santamaría Airport, located 25 minutes from San José, in the city of Alajuela.
Another airport that recently deals with International flights is the one in Liberia.

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Domestic Air Transportation:
All flights leave from the International Juan Santamaría Airport or the Tobías Bolaños Airport. There is a network of internal airports, which not only serve important cities, but special interest tourist areas. Among the most important are: Liberia, Palmar Sur, Tamarindo, Barra del Colorado, Limón, Quepos, Golfito, Coto 47, etc. From the Tobías Bolaños Airport, located to the west of the capital city, private airlines with twin-engine airplanes for five passengers, offer charter flights anywhere in the country with a landing strip. domestic costa rica flights


Domestic Bus Service:
The country, in general, offers an adequate bus service. Most of them are private companies, which link San José with the principal provincial towns and cities, seaports and tourist areas. With good-quality vehicles and frequent itineraries, the traveler can easily travel throughout the country, leaving from different bus terminals. In the main cities and villages nationwide, there are taxicab companies that service the user to the more remote places in the country. Four-wheel drive vehicles are typical for the rural areas.
International Bus Service:
Leaving from San José, there is bus service to Central America and Panama. The companies TICA BUS, SIRCA and TRACOPA have scheduled trips to Panama, Nicaragua and other countries. shuttle service online reservation.


Automobile Circulation:
Costa Rica has a good highway network, the majority of which, for tourist use, is paved. In most places there are adequate traffic signs.
In the major highways there are toll booths (San José-San Ramón, San José-Guápiles, San José-Cartago, San José-Ciudad Colón). Throughout the country there are many gas stations, some of which offer round-the-clock service. Costa Rica does not have self-service gas stations. the cost line road are in different state - read traffic hazards

Driver Requirements:
A foreigner may drive with a current license from his country of origin and his passport, during the three months that his tourist visa is in force.
The warning triangles should be carried at all times by all drivers, and seat belts are also required for drivers and front-seat passengers, although it is not registered by law, yet but highly recommended. The use of helmets for motorcycle conductors is required.
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