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Villas en el Bosque, Provincia de Puntarenas, Playa Tortuga, 60504, Costa Rica

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Answers to common questions

We’ve compiled a list of answers to common questions.

How far is your hotel from the nearest town?

The closest village to Villas en el Bosque is Ojochal and we are 2.5km away which is a 5 minute drive or a 20 minute walk.

Do we need a car in Ojochal?

Ojochal is a small village and within walking distance of Villas en el Bosque. We can arrange transfers to and from the airport for you to make things easier if you are travelling on foot. However, to explore further afield, we recommend hiring a car.

How far is Villas en el Bosque from the airport?

The main International Airport, Juan Santamaría International Airport (SJO), is a 3½ hour drive to Villas en el Bosque. We can arrange airport transfers if required.

Quepos La Managua Airport (XQP) is a 60-minute drive to Villas en el Bosque.

Palmar Sur Airport (PMZ) is a 30-minute drive to Villas en el Bosque and operates a limited flight schedule.

 

When is the best time to visit?

The best time to visit Costa Rica is from mid-December to April (the dry season). This peak tourist season boasts plenty of sunshine making it an ideal time for exploring rainforests and lounging on beaches.

That said, the dry season is the most popular (and expensive) time to visit. Luckily the U.S. dollar goes a long way in Costa Rica no matter the season. You will have to book your room and tour reservations three months in advance to secure a spot. If you don’t mind getting a little wet, visit between May and
November when prices are at their lowest.

During June and July, rain showers pause briefly, and Costa Rica’s forests burst with green foliage.
While planning your trip, keep in mind that the weather varies by region. In the thick forests of the Caribbean Sea coast and Northern Plains, expect high humidity and temperatures ranging between the 70s and high 80s year-round. Conversely, in the North Pacific, prepare for lower humidity levels, but temperatures that often soar into the 90s during Costa Rica’s dry months.