We know a lot of upcoming trips to Costa Rica got postponed, as well as a lot of you are at home daydreaming of your next getaway to sunny Playa Santa Teresa, so we have decided to help bring a little “pura vida” to your living room! Of course we know this will not replace that special feeling of paradise, here are some tips from our team to you about how you can bring some of Costa Rica into your home during these times!
Our team at Costa Rica Beach Rentals can proudly say that one of the biggest draws to Santa Teresa is our sense of community & the people that make it ever so special. During these unprecedented and unfortunate times of uncertainty for all we have been focusing on the positiveness of people, the wonderful ways we as a community have been pulling together to help those less fortunate and the strength to which we are all determined to maintain our special piece of paradise.
Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport in Liberia as the easiest and most direct route to access the Nicoya Peninsula and much of the Northern parts of Costa Rica. Costa Rica Beach Rentals wants to take their recommendations a step further and give you an all-option, step-by-step guide to traveling from Liberia to Santa Teresa.
The area from Mal Pais to Playa Hermosa, although technically three different towns, is all casually referred to as Santa Teresa and stretches a total of about eight miles in a straight line down the coast and while eight miles isn’t a great distance by any stretch of the imagination, it can be greater than some may want to walk on a daily basis. This is why, for this installment, Costa Rica Beach Rentals is bringing you all the best options for getting around our little corner of paradise.