Posts tagged with "BEACH"



10. March 2017
If you are staying at the Riu, you may not be fully satisfied with the beach offered to you. Maybe due to most of the sand being washed out or the fact that most of it is volcanic sand giving it a dark color. Then you have the overpopulated factor to deal with. You wanna find a nice quite, white sand beach that is at most 1km long? A great place to snorkel with no waves to it's bay like shape that block sand and offers great location for shade... it's only 30 minutes away from Riu. Playa...
10. February 2017
15. August 2016
Horseback riding is a popular activity for many travelers in Costa Rica whether experienced or not. The advantage is also that many of the horses are so tame and docile that anybody can ride even if they are first timers. Options are offered at the beach or on one of the volcanoes on the Guanacaste Mountain Range. The beach rides may be fun for a short period and you are limited to what you can see or do. You can gallop along the waves but the scenery will remain the same. Riding up near the...
30. May 2016
Few travelers have heard of this gorgeous beach and much less been there. The few that have been is because they know a local or they were there on an ATV excursion and then never returned due to not knowing how to get there. Some of the locals have heard of it but never have been there and quite possibly don't know how. It is located about 15 minutes from Playa Grande and some know the adjoining beach which is Playa Real. Upon reaching the beach you can park your vehicle in the shade not far...
15. March 2016
One of the nice things about Costa Rica, is that if you are in an area where it rains too much, you can be in a dry area in a matter of a couple hours. A perfect example of this is the province of Guanacaste which is a tropical dry forest. This means that during the dry season it's even dryer. So during the rainy season, you'll have a rain shower every 2 weeks that will be enough to turn everything green. In the wet, humid and mountane forests, rain will be much more present. It may rain for a...
19. January 2016
Traveling to Costa Rica this 2016 has become much more accessible due to the pricing on flights to Costa Rica. If already have your hotel reservations ready, you flight is booked and all you need is transportation...LAR is your next move. This a great option for those seeking great surfing at Tamarindo, Costa Rica. LAR also provide transportation to Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica.
10. January 2016
LAR offers travelers super shuttle options to Coco Beach or Tamarindo Beach. Those interested in just shopping, dinning and nightlife are going to want tickets to Coco Beach. This is a fisherman town that offers fresh seafood, casinos, bars, markets and wild night life. Tamarindo is the largest beach town in Guanacaste. This is a hippy/surfer town that is great for surf lessons, beach fun, shopping and dinning. Coco Beach Super Shuttle departs every 2 hours starting at 9am until 7pm. The rate...
04. January 2016
If you're traveling to Costa Rica this 2016, you'll more than likely be flying into Daniel Oduber Quiros International Airport or LIR for short as it's international code. It was named in honor of a Costa Rican president who was in office from 1974 to 1978. This same president is also responsible for creating the National TV & Radio Systems in Costa Rica. Liberia airport is about 15 minutes from Liberia City and anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour and 20 minutes from most resorts in...
22. October 2015
LAR Transports offers you a spe-cial kind of service that allows you to explore Costa Rica at your own pace as well as your choice of locations. This is a great option for those traveling in three’s or more. With this service we provide you a comfy van with A/C, a bilingual driver, a cooler with ice and a route of your choosing. Whether you choose to visit po-pular locations or want to go where no other tourist has gone before, you will not be stuck in large groups and can modify your trip as...
18. October 2015
Coco Beach has the Best nightlife for those at the Riu hotels or in gen-eral Coco Beach area. This a popular party town for both Costa Ricans and visiting tourists. Everything starts hopping around 10:30 pm and bars/clubs begin closing at 2am. None of the clubs at Coco Beach have cover charges or dress code. The most popular clubs that offer ladies night on Wednesday’s and Thursday’s. For sports fans that want to watch NFL or NBA games, Coconutz offers a great sports bar environ-ment with...

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