This newer bus terminal is a base for routes to Nicoya, Nosara, Sámara, Santa Cruz, Tamarindo, Jacó, Monteverde, La Fortuna and a few other places. The four-story facility has a food court, shopping center and parki…
Buses to northeastern destinations including Puerto Limón, Guápiles, Cariari, Siquirres and Puerto Viejo de Sarapiquí. The Caribeños group encompasses several smaller companies (including Empresarios Guapileños and …
A well-known landmark. Numerous buses leave from the terminal and the four-block radius around it to points all over Costa Rica, in particular the Central Valley and the Pacific coast. This is a labyrinthine station…
Routes extend from the Tamarindo to the Caribbean, with a few destinations in the far north and far south. Also offers weekly passes that allow unlimited travel on the scheduled routes.
Handles international air traffic in its main terminal, which is stocked with the usual airport facilities: sundry stores, duty-free outlets and a grim selection of fast-food places.
Buses to southwestern destinations including Neily, Dominical, Golfito, Manuel Antonio, Palmar Norte, Paso Canoas, Quepos, San Isidro de El General, San Vito and Uvita.
Buses to several Península de Nicoya destinations, including Playa Flamingo, Playa Hermosa, Playa Tamarindo and Santa Cruz.
Buses to southern Caribbean destinations including Cahuita, Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Manzanillo, Bribrí and Sixaola.
Offers convenient airport transfers (US$15) and shuttle transport between major tourist destinations.
In the suburb of Pavas, San José's second airport services private charter and national flights.