Adobe Transfers provides private transportation services to all destinations in Costa Rica, offering door to door picks up and drop offs. Adobe Transfers also provides domestic and international airport meet and greets, with the driver waiting for our guests directly at the airport terminal exit.

Below are some of the Costa Rica destinations that Adobe Transfers services. Remember that as a private transportation provider, we offer services throughout the country beyond these destinations.

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La Fortuna

La Fortuna de San Carlos is the tourism hub of the Northern Lowlands, just 20 minutes from the majestic Arenal Volcano. This beautiful area is a must see for first time visitors to Costa Rica and with a wide range of lodging options and activities, it is perfect for all tourists: families, couples and solo travelers.

La Fortuna is a 3 hour drive from San Jose and 3 hours from Liberia.


Jaco’s excellent surfing waves and close proximity to San Jose has turned it into the country’s most developed beach town. This small but modern city by the sea is excellent for your home base in Costa Rica as it’s all about fine dining, a bustling nightlife and year round surf.

Jaco is a 1.5 hour drive from San Jose and 3 hours from Liberia.

Manuel Antonio/Quepos

Manuel Antonio’s fame grew from its national park, the Manuel Antonio National Park when it was named one of the most beautiful national park in the world by Forbes. Nowadays, Manuel Antonio and the local neighboring town of Quepos offers vacationers a destination where they can experience all Costa Rica is known for: rainforest, beach, nature and wildlife.

Manuel Antonio/Quepos is a 3 hour drive from San Jose and a 4 hour drive from Liberia.


Monteverde’s reputation as one of the most biodiverse and natural places in Costa Rica is well upheld. Home to the biggest private reserve in Costa Rica and the amazing tropical cloud forest, hiking, nature and wildlife lovers absolutely cannot miss Monteverde.

Monteverde is a 3-3.5 hour drive from San Jose and Liberia.

Playas del Coco/Papagayo Peninsula

Playas del Coco is the main beach town and tourism hub of the Papagayo Peninsula. Visitors can stay in the small town in Coco or the surrounding beaches, or at one of the many luxury resorts strewn throughout the Papagayo Peninsula to enjoy a relaxing beach vacation sunbathing, swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving and surfing.

Playas del Coco is a 30 minute drive from Liberia and 4.5 hours from San Jose.

Puerto Viejo de Talamanca

Puerto Viejo is the main tourism hub of the Caribbean South. This small coastal town boasts a Costa Rican culture with a strong Afro-Caribbean influence. Famous for its spectacular beaches, abundant wildlife and delicious food, Puerto Viejo is a destination that is popular among travelers looking for a unique, paradisiacal beach vacation.

Puerto Viejo is a 5 hour drive from San Jose.

Santa Teresa

Santa Teresa is the newest up and coming beach town in Costa Rica and a top choice for digital nomads, young families, backpackers and surfers. Tucked in the corner of the Nicoya Peninsula, this hip and trendy surf village offers visitors a fun experience in the tropical dry forest and white sand beaches.

Santa Teresa is a 5 hour drive from San Jose and 4 hour drive from Liberia.


Tamarindo is the main beach town in the Guanacaste province, up in the Pacific Northwest corner of Costa Rica. Close to other beautiful beaches and with nearly 365 days of sun and consistent surfing waves, Tamarindo is a popular destination for beachgoers.

Tamarindo is a 1.5 hour drive from Liberia and 4.5 hours from San Jose.