Transportation

We make a strategic stop where you can buy drinks and also make use of the restrooms.

Rates are for 1 to 5 people. Any additional person will be charged between $15.00 – $18.75

For another destination not mentioned here, please contact us and we will be more than glad to help you.

Van Rates

Monteverde / Arenal – Fortuna  – $212.50

Monteverde / Bahía Ballena – $325.00

Monteverde / Borinquen – Buena Vista – $250.00

Monteverde / Bosque de Paz – $237.50

Monteverde / Cañas – $162.50

Monteverde / Caño Negro – $275.00

Monteverde / Dominical – $300.00

Monteverde / Esterillos – $237.50

Monteverde / Four Seasons – Riu – $237.50

Monteverde / Guanacaste Zone #1 – $225.00 (Hermosa, Papagayo)

Monteverde / Guanacaste Zone #2 – $237.50 (Flamingo, Conchal, Tamarindo)

Monteverde / Guápiles – $362.50

Monteverde / Jaco Beach – $212.50

Monteverde / La Ensenada Lodge – $162.50

Monteverde / La Paz – $250.00

Monteverde / Liberia – $ 212.50

Monteverde / Manuel Antonio – $250.00

Monteverde / Montezuma – $275.00 (+ plus vehicle ferry fee)

Monteverde / Nosara – $262.50

Monteverde / Palo Verde – $225.00

Monteverde / Peace Lodge – $250.00

Monteverde / Peñas Blancas – $250.00

Monteverde / Punta Islita – $250.00

Monteverde / Puntarenas –  $162.50

Monteverde / Puerto Viejo de Limón – $525.00

Monteverde / Rincón de la Vieja – $237.50 (Hacienda Guachipelín)

Monteverde / Río Celeste – $293.75

Monteverde / San Gerardo de Dota – $425.00

Monteverde / Samara / Carrillo – $243.75

Monteverde / San José – $218.75

Monteverde / Santa Teresa $275.00 (+ plus vehicle ferry fee)

Monteverde / Sarapiquí – $412.50

Monteverde / Sardinal – $112.50

Monteverde / Tango Mar – $262.50 (+ plus vehicle ferry fee)

Monteverde / Tambor $250.00 (+ plus vehicle ferry fee)

Monteverde / Tilajari / Tucano – $250.00

Monteverde / Turrialba – $400.00

Monteverde / Uvita – $306.25

Monteverde / Villa Blanca – $250.00

COASTER RATES

Monteverde / Arenal – $400.00

Monteverde / Guanacaste zone # 1 – $425.00

Monteverde / Guanacaste zone # 2 – $450.00

Monteverde / Jaco – $375.00

Monteverde / Liberia – $400.00

Monteverde / Manuel Antonio – $500.00

Monteverde / Puntarenas – $300.00

Monteverde / San José – $425.00

While traveling in Costa Rica violent situations are not common as in other countries. So you can enjoy your visit, Ocotea Tours & Transfers offer a list of advise so you can make this a pleasurable one:

  • In case of an emergency please call 911
  • Schedule your trip in advance, by selecting routes that you will visit. Make sure you carry a map.
  • If you have children, avoid letting them unsupervised, especially smaller ones.
  • Wait for the bus in well-lit places and preferably with other people.
  • Walk in safe places and do not take lonely shortcuts.
  • If you are a victim of crime in any way, remember:  “Your life comes first; so do not attempt to offer resistance.
  • It is recommended to travel with a photocopy of your passport and place the original and airline tickets in a safe place.
  • If you are going to use public transportation (bus, taxi, etc.), travel on public roads or visit places like fairs, shops or local walks, do not carry valuables.
  • If you take a taxi, it is recommended to use the labeled ones; this indicates that there is a company behind the service.
  • When walking, you have to be alert of all things around you and avoid crowds.
  • Keep informed a friend or family about your traveling plan and itinerary.
  • If you visit a restaurant it is recommended to place bags, backpacks and purses where you can see them, do not leave them on the floor.
  • The local currency is the colon and the typical exchange currency is the US dollar.
  • If you go to the bank to withdraw a significant amount of money, bring a friend or family member with you.
  • Try to go with someone when shopping, walking or any activity in public places.
  • Do not leave your wallet unattended.
  • The shops, restaurants, hotels and others, accept local currency, U.S. dollars and credit cards.
  • It is recommended to use low denomination money, since USD $ 50 and USD $ 100 are usually not accepted due to the possibility of falsification.
  • Look for the Banks schedule before visiting them.
  • Investigate and take appropriate clothing for the weather during your visit.
  • In our country we have drinkable water in most places, be sure to check this in every place you visit.
  • According to the Costa Rican legislation sexual harassment, commercial sexual exploitation of children and adolescents, as well as the usage of illegal substances are punished by the Costa Rican law.
  • We invite you to be respectful of the cultures you visit.

ABOUT US

Ocotea Tours & Transfers is a local family company dedicated to Ecotourism, Conservation and Environmental Education that operates in harmony with Sustainable Tourism.

CONTACT INFO

We welcome questions as well as inquiries.

Phone:
(506) 2645-5737

Email:
info@ocoteatours.com

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