Getting to Costa Rica from the United States and Canada is simple. AA, Continental, Delta, United, US Air, America West, Martinair, Air Canada and LACSA/Grupo Taca (the Costa Rican airline) all have regularly-scheduled flights to San José.

Once you are in San José, we will help you get to Lomas Coronado. The easiest and quickest way to reach these wonderful ocean and mountain-view properties is to fly. Two local airlines – Sansa and Nature Air – operate round-trip flights in the morning to Palmar Sur. It’s a 40-minute flight. The cost is about US $160 round trip per person. Nature Air also offers daily round-trip flights to Palmar Sur from Quepos.

4-runnerAt the Palmar Sur airport, we will meet you and drive you north along the coastal highway. It takes about 25 minutes by car to get from the Palmar Sur airport to Lomas Coronado.

If you would like to travel overland to see more of the country, we can arrange land sedantransportation from San José. Three routes are possible: the follow-your-nose-route will take you along the Interamerican Highway directly via Cartago and Pérez Zeledón (San Isidro de El General) to Palmar Norte, and from there to the coastal highway and then north to Lomas Coronado.

A second route, more interesting and slightly shorter in terms of distance, is to drive on the Interamerican Highway over the mountains to Pérez Zeledón, then take a right to Dominical on the Pacific coast.

At Dominical, you will turn south along the newly-paved coastal highway past Playa Uvita and Ojochal. Both trips take just a little over four hours.

If you happen to be in Jacó or Quepos, you will drive south along the coastal road to Dominical, and continue further south past Playa Uvita.

Let us know your travel preference and if you want to drive to see how beautiful Costa Rica is, please be careful, Costa Rica does have its narrow roads and suspension bridges.