Arrival to Sámara

By Plane

Arrival to Sámara Sámara Photo Gallery

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.

By Car

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.

By Taxi

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.

By Bus

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 Sámara

Getting around Sámara by bus Sámara Photo Gallery

By Foot

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.

By Bicycle

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.

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