Transfer to Tamarindo Beach Guanacaste

Airport Transfer to Transfer to Tamarindo Beach Guanacaste

About Tamarindo Beach in Guanacaste

Tamarindo is one of the most desirable beaches by both the local and international tourism. Is located on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, more exactly on the Nicoya peninsula, which belongs to the province of Guanacaste. In terms of access, can be done by road and by air as it has a small airport. The trip from San Jose road takes almost 5 hours while the flight time is about 50 minutes. Tamarindo is located near other attractions such as beaches of Playa Langosta, Playa Grande and Playa Avellana among others.

Liberia Airport to Tamarindo Beach

San Jose Airport to Tamarindo Beach

Tamarindo has a typical tropical climate of the Pacific, warm and dry in the dry season and slightly more humid in the rainy season, with lush vegetation since it is part of Tamarindo Wildlife Refuge which serves as a spawning site for sea turtles. For this purpose is complemented by the National Park Las Baulas, created for the protection of spawning sites of the Baula turtle. The area also has mangroves and a variety of birds which contributes to increasing the tourist attraction of the area.

As for the tourist part, Tamarindo has hotels of all types, plus cabins, camping areas, and cabins which enabled the tourists with accommodations that suit all tastes and budgets.
As for its attractions, Tamarindo offers vast opportunities, tourists can go fishing, visit the wildlife refuges, horseback riding, surfing, diving, kayaking or simply swim in a beach of white sand and blue water.

Despite having a population of barely 2,000 people, Tamarindo is highly developed thanks to tourism, offering supermarkets, shops, cafes, restaurants, nightclubs, casinos, and even art galleries. Due to these facilities, the area attracts tourists throughout the year for which has become one of the main points of attraction of Guanacaste.

The variety of bars, cafes, and casinos offer a simple but sophisticated nightlife that includes live concerts even as could be enjoyed in larger cities like San Jose. If you are looking for something more indigenous, you can also enjoy the holiday’s typical celebrations that from town to town which is an interesting attraction for tourists looking for something more than the typical bars.

On the situation of real estate in the area, for several years the land value has increased enormously arriving at exorbitant prices because the area is one of the main targets of investment in Guanacaste. But with the current financial crisis is expected that investment in the property sector will be reduced from this year. For example, a house with three bedrooms that until recently was sold at 650,000 U.S. dollars, now is available at 490,000 U.S. dollars which indicates the extent to which this sector to decline.