There is More Than One Way to Get to, and Around, Costa Rica
Los Sueños Resort and Marina is easily one of the premier vacation destinations in Costa Rica, and it’s considered one of the best resorts in the world. Los Sueños is the perfect place to kick back and relax to enjoy the beach and the hot sun, but if an active vacation is more your style, the resort has you covered there too, with sports fishing packages, and a golf course right on the resort. That’s not all, though—you could spend your entire vacation at the resort and have a fantastic time, but there’s so much to see and do in the region that there are plenty of reasons to spend time in other locations, too.
Getting to Costa Rica and Los Sueños
Traveling to Costa Rica is a simple matter these days. From most cities in the US, a flight of just seven hours or less will get you there, while traveling from Europe or the UK takes around twelve hours. Most flights land at Juan Santamaria International Airport in San Jose, or at Daniel Oduber International Airport in Liberia, and from there, another much shorter flight will put you within easy reach of Los Sueños Resort in Costa Rica.
Flying isn’t the only way to get to Costa Rica, of course; one increasingly popular mode of travel is the destination cruise, a combination of ocean travel aboard a luxury liner, and additional vacation time spent at or near a port city. With Costa Rica as the destination, that means the bright blue skies and turquoise waters of a Caribbean cruise, with stops at places like the Dutch Antilles Isles, the US Virgin Islands,Barbados, and Jamaica on the itinerary, each with its own unique character. However you plan to get to Los Sueños Resort in Costa Rica, you’ll need a valid passport, and officially, to gain entry to the country you need to have already purchased (and can show) your ticket home.
Choosing your Mode of Travel in Costa Rica
Costa Rica is an easy place to get around in, as there are many private and public options available for transport. You can see the area around Los Sueños Resort in Playa Herradura via your own rental car or motorcycle, use local public transport options like the bus, and even travel by regional flight. Note that if you decide to hire a car, you can drive for up to 90 days in Costa Rica with your own driver’s license from your home country, or an international driving permit—after that, the law requires you obtain a Costa Rican license. And finally, it’s definitely preferable to hire a 4WD drive vehicle if you plan to travel any distance around the country—especially if you’re visiting in the rainy season!