Useful Traveling Tips For Those Who Wish To Visit Playa Conchal Shuttle Destination.
Playa Conchal shuttle destination claims to be one of the most beautiful white sand beach destinations in the Guanacaste province.
For tourists arriving Liberia Airport,Conchal is one and a half hour away . Travel distance from San Jose Airport is about 5 hours and a half.
If you fly into Tamarindo is just 25 minutes away. With one and a half mile of shaded trees, Conchal is perfect for swimming, snorkeling and sunbathing.
For clients who just want to stay in Playa Conchal for a day, getting there can be done from Brasilito.
In low tide either you can walk or drive from the south side coming from Bahia De Los Piratas.
Consider the 6 hour variation in tide changes to head out in good time when driving from south end.
During the weekend, this place can be packed up with locals and tourists.On weekdays is safe and fun to explore it from the north to the south end.
Playa Conchal Shuttle Destination & Attractions.
Playa Conchal shuttle destination offers visitors many things to do such as ATVs rentals at $65-$70 for two hours.
Horseback riding ranges $40-$45 for 2 hours per person. Fishing charters range $550-$1200 for full days for up to 4 pax.
2 tank diving may cost $85 per person. Taxi to Tamarindo run about $3 and private taxi services to/from Liberia Airport cost $70-$80.
Private transfer service to/from San Jose Airport run at 225-245 USD.
Golf, shopping, and car rental services onsite are online to complement and explore this warm beach vacation destination.
Day trips to National Parks from Playa Conchal can be found as adventure tours and sightseeing trips. You can join land tours at reasonable charter rates.
Browse our tour options:
- Palo Verde bird watching starts at $95,
- Monteverde Cloud Forest Tour at$155-$165,
- Arenal Tour at $175
- Rincón de la Vieja Combos at $145-$155 per person.
- Zip Line Adventures at $55-$65 per person
If groups are bigger than 6 during the green season, ground transportation prices can be negotiated.
By Rigoberto Gonzalez