Posts tagged with "liberia"



05. August 2017
Martina Bustos is an urban-marginal settlement is the largest in the city of Liberia and one of the poorest in the country where more than three thousand people live. The land where this community is located was donated 15 years ago allowing this to be settled, with Martina Bustos being a temporary and permanent home for many families. There are about 378 homes and an approximate population of 3000 people. This community has grown without assistance for housing or any public services, people...
05. September 2016
LAR has become a popular transportation service company as well an icon in the Guanacaste area. But the curiosity bug has hit most of our customers... what is LAR? LAR stands for Liberia Airport Rides! A new logo is in the workshop which will include the definition. LAR has been in operation for some time now and has offered more that just a Liberia Airport Ride. Some of our services include beach shuttles that take you to Tamarindo Beach or Coco Beach. Our private hourly services are ideal for...
25. August 2016
On Thursday, Friday and Saturday you can visit the farmers market in Liberia. This is a great experience for travelers because it allows them to see what fruits are in season. The sellers are also very friendly and offer you to try their produce. Specially if they see you are a tourist. Fruits and veggies aren't the only produce offered. There is cheese, fish and in some cases even medicinal plants. Also and option after the market is stopping by the local butcher to purchase some chicharrones....
20. May 2016
This waterfall is known but main due to an attraction located near it. But unlike other waterfalls such as Cortez Waterfall or El Salto del Calvo, there is no charge to visit this gorgeous place. The only controlled area is a guard that you take down your license plate since it is on private land and for security measures. One of the great aspects of this waterfall is that there is a latter you can climb to jump off the cliff and into the water. There are also kayak tours offered that allow you...
10. May 2016
Santa Rosa National Park is located about 36 km north of Liberia and just off the Pan-American Highway. This was the very first national park established in Costa Rica in 1971. It was created firstly to protect the scene of the Battle of Santa Rosa, in which Costa Rican militia marched from San Jose into Liberia to defend against the forces of filibuster William Walker who in his manifesto "5 or None", set out to conquer all the provinces of Central America. When Walker's forces learned about...
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.
17. January 2016
South West Airlines offers one of the cheapest flights to Costa Rica during this 2016 Spring Break. Don't miss out on the chance to visit our beautiful country. With LAR you can enjoy private transportation to the most popular tours and excursions throughout Guanacaste area. LAR take you not only to popular travel sites, but also off the beaten path to see the real Costa Rica. For those traveling from California and enjoy surfing Tamarindo, Costa Rica offers a great surfer environment and you...
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...