Arrival to Sámara
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Fly into the Daniel Oduber Quiros International Airport (LIR) in Liberia. Nature Air, American Airlines, TACA and Copa Airlines are just a few airlines with services from the United States and South America. Take a taxi or rent a car to get to Sámara. Alternatively you can fly into San José and take a bus to Sámara. The San José International Airport has a larger variety of services to Europe and the United States.
Sámara Spanish language school is about a two-hour journey from the Liberia International Airport. Budget and Alamo are two international car rental agencies that are available at the airport in Liberia.
A taxi form the Liberia airport to Sámara can cost anywhere around US$100.00, this price is negotiable and should be fixed before starting the journey. Alternatively, you can book a private shuttle from the airport to Sámara with Carrillo Tours, this will cost you around US$125.00.
Should you decide to fly into San José you can take the Alfaro Bus service to Sámara. The journey takes around five hours and costs roughly US$7.50. There is a daily service at 12:00 pm, and during the high season there is a secondary service in the afternoon.
Transportation in SámaraSámara Photo Gallery
Sámara is a small beach village and very easy to get around in by foot. The weather is predictable and the sun is usually shining, making walking around a pleasant means of transportation.
Rent a bike or a scooter when you arrive in Sámara. Bikes and scooters are available for rent around the town and are a fast and efficient way to get around and move from beach to beach after a Spanish language lesson in Sámara.