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Thursday, June 12, 2008

AIRPORTS & AIRLINE INFORMATION - SJO - Juan SantaMaria Airport - San Jose, Costa Rica - Revised

STARTING to UPDATE this March, 13, 2012

Below is a list I've started of information on the Airports in and around Costa Rica, Official Entry Requirements, Departure Tax (which recently has changed), Arrival and Departure Information, Airline Information, Where to Park near or at SJO Airport and LOTS MORE!!!
(this is by NO means THE list of lists! Things change. Just sharin' some info and leads! Share back - please notify us of any changes/additions).

There's FREE WiFi/WIRELESS Internet in the Airport (BUT - not until AFTER you've passed security)!!




NOW -  $29

There is a Departure Tax that YOU MUST pay when you are DEPARTING Costa Rica via all flights (currently NOT when departing via bus, car or walking.  MANY countries have it but build it into the airline ticket [making it EASIER for you while in their country]). 

This Departure Tax has increased to $29.

TO PAY the $29 Costa Rica DEPARTURE TAX:
IN THE TERMINAL -  Last I checked (ahhh - life in Costa Rica - the land of constant change!) it was as you enter at the FIRST set of doors - IMMEDIATELY take a RIGHT and it's that counter on your RIGHT (NOTE ON THE PROCESS:  In the old days when I was traveling with others, one person would go line up at the airline line while the other went and paid the Exit Tax.  Last time I did it the guard at the airline line would not let us enter the line UNTIL we showed them proof we ALREADY had PAID the Airport Tax and had our Immigration Departure Exit Form so go pay the Exit Tax FIRST.  Only one person NEEDS to go up to the counter with everyone's Passport and the $29 for each passport [so no need to clutter that area any more than it needs to your luggage/bodies].  EVERY time I've done it or been with people that did it, it was a breeze!!  I've never waiting more than 3 people deep.

TO PAY the $29 Costa Rica DEPARTURE TAX:
The $29 is paid either in US $s or the equivalent in colones (Costa Rican currency) via CASH (this is a good way to get rid of all your coins also since you will NOT be able to convert it into ANY other form of currency once you're outta there [though you could have been nice enough to have left all your coins for the housekeeper where you stayed the night before or the people that helped you!!]).  They DO now take Credit Cards (I believe it's JUST Visa or MasterCard) - BUT - it's processed as a "Cash Advance" which usually YOUR bank charges a hefty fee [many banks I've seen were 20-something percent] for this service [Debit Cards don't normally charge a fee for a Cash Advance so it may not cost anything to do that.  One thing I've get to get confirmation on but I think is true is if they are taking money out of YOUR U.S. dollar account and converting it into colones for THEIR colon bank account - most CREDIT CARDS charge a International Conversion Fee for that [MANY ALSO charge around 3% additionally.  USAA only charges 1%] 

•  You can also do it in some of the nacional banks - BUT - they often have LONG lines so why do it that way???  Don't make much sense to me ???).
•  Some major airport hotels and Travel Agencies and Tour Companies will let you pay it at the hotel for a $3-$10+ or so "Convenience Fee".


SAN JOSE - SJO (Juan SantaMaria):  2-437-2400  •  Fly2SanJose.net  aeris.cr (seems to switch to the Fly2SJ one)
Coordinates - 9° 59′ 38″ N84° 12′ 32″ W
According to their website, if one is flying on American Airlines, United Airlines, Jet Blue or Avianca and pre-checked-in online, the airport has a bank of 10 kiosks where you can Self Check-In - without standing in line - EVEN if you have luggage.  WOW - this seems MEGA STRANGE security wise for an international flight where they give you the standard questions.

LIMON:  2-758-1379 (I don't know how much of an airport is really there these days)

PAVAS (Tobias Bolanos):  2-232-2472 (this airport WAS the home to NatureAir.com [my FAVORITE airline!!] but it seems like most NatureAir flights have switched over to a terminal NEXT to SJO airport.  Pavas•Tobias Bolanos Airport is ABOUT 15 minutes from SJO airport [but allow for traffic as it CAN be an issue])




Fly2SanJose.net/front/pt8.php - OR -



Here's another interesting international website for flight information:

CODES:  English-9   Arrival-1   Departures-2
(I find it hasn’t worked properly for me MANY times)


Client Services: 2-443-1737 / 2-443-1244-fax (5am-10pm) (they speak GOOD English and are REALLY helpful with ANY questions you have!! They can NOT page anyone)?????????
NOTE:  For awhile, whenever I call this # - it rings a weird busy and the fax line - no fax comes on.


There is a monopoly on the taxi's from the airport with orange taxi's called Taxi Aeropuerto.  They are only allowed to take people FROM the airport and are located as you leave the terminal - to your left.  You can either choose to pay a set fee - or opt to have the Maria/meter on but once you get in - you can not change your mind.  Also, RARELY have I found a driver that speaks English.
NOTE:  I have called there a few times (the last being March 13, '12 where I spoke with an Amelia) and each time they have said that no one spoke English???  Say WHAT????  They're dealing with TOURISTS??  Well, I guess that tells you what their level of "customer service" is!

SAMPLE RATES TO ESCAZU:  (need to be updated)
Airport taxis (the official ones) - $22 one way – 1-4 (though not much luggage as the trunks tend to be smaller so I’ve found they’re really only comfy if it’s 1-2 people if you have 2 pieces of checked luggage per person), $26-van – 1-10 people.

They accept  Colones or U.S. dollars (best not to bring anything over a $20 and the smaller the better [less of a chance of him saying he doesn't have change and hi getting a WAYYYY better tip].  Speaking of tipping - tipping taxis is NOT customary in Costa Rica - except if they actually DO something for you - like help with your luggage, etc.).


Which sounds better to you - Exiting the airport terminal with the masses of weary travelers - walking into the hourds of illegal taxi drivers offering to give you a ride some place for a discounted rate (with a few legal ones mixed in there)?
Have someone standing there with a SMILE and a piece of paper with
YOUR NAME on it GREETING you (in ENGLISH if that's important) and helping you to the car with your luggage?  A friendly face that can answer questions for you?  Take you to get your money changed?  Someone to drive you whereEVER in Costa Rica (or Nicaragua or Panama) you need to go?  Or playing tour guide for a couple+++ days?
Someone that IS CUSTOMER SERVICE oriented - who TRULY wants to help you!!!!

If you KNOW you DESERVE all this
and let us help coordinate those details for you!




NOTE:  When booking directly with the airlines in their Ticket Offices or on the Phone - they OFTEN have a $20-$25 PER TICKET ADDITIONAL fee!




2-440-1353  /  2-440-1381
SERVING:  Mexico City

Air Canada
CR - AIRPORT COUNTER:  2-441-8025-English-9  (only Mon.-Sat. 8am-1pm)  /  2-243-1860
RESERVATIONS:  CR - 0800-052-1988

Air China (coming)

Air Comet
CR:  2-291-0684 (counter only 8am-noon)
SERVING:  Only Sat. Madrid

Air France (KLM)
2-220-4111 (only ticket office - no flights to CR)

Air Panama*
CR  -  2-430-4787  /  2-222-0712 / 2-222-0753-fax / 8-392-4256 / 2-601-1007 / 2-296-8592
Panama  -  507-316-9000 / 507-315-0439
David - Panama City

Air Transat (partnered with CanJet
CHARTER - Seasonal - Vancouver, Montreal, Toronto

America West
http://AmericaWest.com  /  http://Facebook.com/USAirways  /  http://Twitter.com/#!/USAirways
CR - Airport:  2-430-6690
RESERVATIONS - CR:  0800-011-0793  /  0800-011-0888
U.S.:  1-800-622-1015

American Airlines
CR - Airport:  2-442-8800 / 2-257-1266 / 2-248-9010
U.S.:   1-800-433-7300
SERVING:  Dallas/Ft. Worth, Miami (I try to avoid going in/out of Miami as these flights are TOOOO often delayed - sometimes 1-2+ hours!!), New York-JFK (non-stop!!)
SAN JOSE - Sabana Este - DIRECTIONS: Centro Cars Building - next to Mas x Meno and across the street of the Hotel Corobici - just at the entrance of the hwy to Alajuela. HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8:30am-7pm, Sat. 9am-1pm. ADVANCE CHECK IN: Mon.-Fri. 9am-5pm
ESCAZU (Guachipelin) - Plaza Roble - in front of MultiPlaza - 1st Floor - Blvd. Camino Real. HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 9am-6pm, Sat. 9am-1pm. ADVANCE CHECK IN: Mon.-Fri. 9am-5pm
SAN PEDRO / CURRIDABAT - DIRECTIONS: Edificio Torre del Este - Frente Facultad de Derecho - De La Universidad De Costa Rica. HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 9am-6pm, Sat. 9am-1pm. ADVANCE CHECK IN: Mon.-Fri. 9am-4pm (THANX Daniel)

SERVING:  Bogota, Columbia-SFO 4 times week

Can Jet (partners with Transat)
Canada/US  -  1-800-809-7777
CHARTER - Seasonal:  Toronto

Continental Airlines (have now merged with United Airlines)

CR - Airport:  2-441-9444  /  2-430-4787  /  2-243-1818
SERVING:  Frankfurt and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

CR - Airport:  2-441-4742 / 2-441-8243 / 2-223-2672 / 2-295-7400
US  -  1-800-359-2673
TICKET OFFICE:  SAN JOSE (Paseo Colon) - Plaza Torre Mercedes - Mon.-Fri.-8am-6pm. Sat.-8am-2pm.
SERVING:  Nicaragua - Managua, Panama - Panama City, Honduras - San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa, Columbia - Bogota, Guatemala City

2-430-4787 / 2-221-7625 / 2-221-6918

CR - 2-440-4805 / 2-257-4141 / 0800-056-2002
Atlanta and New York 5 times/week?

CR - 2-440-1353 / 2-440-1381
U.S.-1-800-432-1359 / 1-303-371-7000
Denver-SJO - 12:10am - 6:25am
SJO - Denver - 6:30am-12:15pm
(only Dec. 18-Sept. 4)

2-441-2591  /  2-441-5635  /  2-257-8266


http://JetBlue.com  /  http://Facebook.com/JetBlue  /  http://Twitter.com/#!/jetblue
CR - 2-441-6849  /  0800-012-1666
US - 1-800-538-2583  /  TTY•TDD - 1-800-336-5530
Orlando to SJO and Liberia
Where else they go:  http://JetBlue.com/wherewejet/?intcmp=hd_wherewejet

KLM (Air France) - in partnership with COPA
2-220-4111 (only ticket office - no flights to CR - just to Panama City and they can code-share)
Offering flights from various European destinations with a stop in Panama (so not having to go through the U.S!!!) and Schiphol, Amsterdam.  Rome, Italy
Flights  -  Sun., Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri.

LACSA (see "TACA")

2-440-8848 / 2-232-3246

Nature Air 
NatureAir.com  •  facebook.com/NatureAir
CR  -  2-299-6000  •  8-682-0791 (counter at SJO)
US  -  1-800-235-9272
LOCAL AIRLINES WITHIN COSTA RICA and who I'd take (they have TWIN ENGINE planes - vs the other one which is just single engine planes) (plus Bocas del Toro, Panama and Managua, Nicaragua)
Nature Air NOW flies out of SJO Airport in the MAIN TERMINAL (EXCEPT the 7am flight to Liberia which is still out of Pavas/Rhomoser Airport).
Liberia Airport ?

SANSA - located next door (West) of the terminal
CR  -  Airport - 2-442-9385 / Ticket Offices - 2-223-4179 / 2-221-9414 / 2-290-4400-office
US  -  1-877-767-2672-

Sky Services
(charter out of Canada into Liberia only [I think])

Will announced they will start flying into SJO from Baltimore/Washington DC March 7, 2015

Spirit Airlines
2-441-2052   /  0-800-011-1103
US:  1-800-772-7117-English  /  1-800-772-7117-Spanish
Baggage Claim - 2-430-7815
OFFICE: Heredia-Ultrapark Business Centre
SERVING:  Ft. Lauderdale - SJO:  10:41am - 11:35am.  11:31pm-12:20am (next day)
          SJO - Ft. Lauderdale - 1:06am - 5:50am.  12:30pm - 5:18pm (Wed, Thurs., Fri., Sun.)
PROMOTIONS:  http://Spirit.com/EMailNotifySignIn.aspx (fyi  - I don't know many people - especially lately - that have found that $9 fare deal)
WHERE THEY FLY:  http://Spirit.com/RouteMaps.aspx
(NOTE: Spirit goes to MANY other Countries BUT you will ALWAYS have to go via Ft. Lauderdale [and sometimes overnight]. They fly to ARUBA, BAHAMAS - Nassau, San Salvador, CAYMEN ISLANDS - Grand Cayman, COLUMBIA - Armenia, Bogata, Cartagena, Medellin, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Santo Domingo, Punta Cana, EL SALVADOR - San Salvador, GUATAMALA - Guatamala City, HAITI - Port au Prince, HONDURAS - San Pedro Sula, JAMAICA - Kingston, Montego Bay, MEXICO - Cancun, NICARAGUA - Managua, PANAMA - Panama City, PERU - Lima, PUERTO RICO - San Juan, Aguadilla, TURKS and CAICOS ISLANDS - Providenciales, USVI - US VIRGIN ISLAND - St. Thomas, St. Maarten

TACA (with SANSA, AeroPerlas and LACSA)
CR - Airport Counter - 2-437-2664  /  2-437-1000  /  Call Center (though I think it's in like Ecuador) - (HOURS - Monday-Friday - 4am-9pm)2-242-1000 • 2-443-3555  /  2-257-9444  /  2-296-9533 / 2-299-8222-CR res. - 2-English
US - 1-800-400-8222 (24/7)
Curridabat - DIRECTIONS:  75 metros al oeste del Colegio Federado de Ingenieros y
              Arquitectos. Centro Comercial Plaza Freses Local #7.
       HOURS: Monday-Friday - 9am-7pm.  Saturday - 9am-5pm. 
Escazu (San Rafael) - DIRECTIONS:  Centro Comercial Plaza Los Laureles.
       HOURS: Monday-Friday - 9am-7pm.  Saturday - 9am-5pm. 
San Jose (La Sabana) - DIRECTIONS:  Diagonal Noreste al parque metropolitano La Sabana.
       HOURS: Monday-Friday - 9am-7pm.  Saturday - 9am-5pm.  Sunday - 9am-2pm
(starting May '12 - SJO to Brasilia, Brazil and Bogota, Columbia.  Starting June '12 - SJO to Monterrey, Mexico.  Other flights - Havana, Cuba; David, Panama)
Peru - Lima.

2-441-8025 (only on Mon, Wed. Sat. 10:30am-2pm)  /  2-234-3434  /  2-220-4844
My contacts under Continental (I'm verifying this)
Continental - CR  -  2-440-0580 (ask for Cristian Porras to help you, he speaks REALLY GOOD English, is VERY service orientated [and a cutie!!])  /  2-442-1904  /  2-286-4911 /  Reservations - 0800-044-0005
US  -  1-800-396-1751
Cargo in Houston - 1-800-421-2456 / 2 / 2
Liberia Airport - 2-668-1194 - Sat. and Sun.
Houston and Newark (Neward mainly in season)

2-430-6690 / 2-520-0593 / 0800-011-0793
Charlotte, North Carolina (CLT), Philadelphia (Phl), Phoenix (PHX)

(the numbers that start with a “2-4” are for the counter AT the airport. The 800 type numbers and those that start with a 2 are mainly ticket offices NOT at the airport)


Small planes and helicopters for Air Charters, Executive Flights, Aerial Photography, Emergency Flights, Parachuting and International Flights
From Pavas-Tobias BolanosAirport (Hanger 14) to:
Managua, Nicaragua
Bocas del Toro, Panama
(or wherever you want to go)


Seniors are WELL respected in Costa Rica! In most instances, you get to go to the head of the line including for security, immigration and customs. Each airline has a different starting age for what constitutes a “senior”.


2-440-0504 / 2-441-5541-fax

•  Some sort of Ticket (airline or bus) that shows that you are LEAVING Costa Rica WITHIN 90 days (or 30 days - depending on your rules for your country your passport is in)

     •  Proof of Economic Solvency in the amount equivalent to $100-
U.S. per month of tourism (so if you're entering Costa Rica on a 90 day Visa - that would be "proof" that you have at least $

•  Passport MUST be in good condition
(Costa Rica is VERY VERY VERY TIGHT on this rule!!!!  This INCLUDES NO fraying/separation along the edges of the passport [the concern is that the passport might have been tampered with - especially because Costa Rica is #2 in the WORLD for stolen passports], tears+.
I've known some people that were either refused to get on the airplane wherever they were departing from - or WORSE - they LANDED IN Costa Rica and Immigrations REFUSED to let them IN Costa Rica!!!  One was a guest that was refused on a Thursday night and he actually had to sleep overnight in the Immigration area till he could get the next flight out to Panama [the cheapest place to fly to since he could not go outside of the airport to catch a bus] and the next morning he flew to Panama - BUT - their Passport section was NOT open - so he got to spend the weekend in Panama [this was a few years ago so I'm foggy on the exact details at this point on where he stayed, etc. but the bottom line is his airline ticket and accommodations were at HIS expense!!  PLUS, he was traveling with 5 other people and THEIR trip got delayed - so there was a BIG side effect to this

•  Your Passport can NOT be expiring in less than 3-6 months!!!
(Costa Rica's Immigration website says "minimum validity of passports shall be 3 months for nationals of those countries located in the first and second set of income guidelines to Costa Rica and 6 months for those in the third and fourth group" [I'm not clear on what that means at this moment]).

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Wednesday, June 11, 2008

EVENT - June 12 - Alternative Energetic/ Holistic Healing Practitioner Festival and 5th Ann of Tienda de Armonia

WHAT: A FESTIVAL featuring various Alternative Energetic/ Holistic Healing Practitioners and celebrating the 5th Anniversary of Tienda de Armonia / Wind and Water (Feng Shui / harmony store) (http://TiendaDeArmonia.com / 2-201-8393) is happening on

WHEN: THURS. JUNE 12th from 6:30-9pm

WHERE: MultiPlaza West/Escazu – in front of Tienda de Armonia’s Kiosk (bottom level – East end near Hulligen’s & the ICON Apple store)

The public is welcome to come learn and participate and meet practitioners sharing their service, presenting demonstrations, meditations, healings, etc. for free!

Participants will have a table and many will have a few minutes to share about their service.

Here’s a sample list of participants that have already confirmed:

6:30pm – Flower Therapy with Penelope Bayona (PenelopeBayona@gmail.com / 8-383-4216)
7:30pm - Reiki with the ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL Energy Worker Ramon Martinez (EstrellaPistola@yahoo.com) performing a Cheyenne Reiki ritual with Dragons of Light, for purification and protection of the planet, Costa Rica and yourself. If you would like to participate, bring a candle and a paper with your desires written on the paper. He will spread his Mandala Star of Earth on the floor and you can be blessed also. Reiki treatments are also possible. For me, Ramon is an AMAZING energy worker who has shared his gift with me with WONDERFUL results (including assisting me in re-discovering my violet light!!! Vicki).

The Intention of Feng Shui - Iside Sarmiento (http://LivingSpacesCR.com / 8-851-8899 / contact@LivingSpacesCR.com) - Feng Shui Consultation, Geobiology, Land Analysis, Interior Design and Architecture

Chi en aplicaciones de belleza - Frank Martin (FrankMartinHair@hotmail.com / 8-392-9922) - Frank is an WONDERFUL Hair Stylist that’s uses natural hair products in Desamparados

Bio Bella - Monika Bingen-Hara (http://BioBellaOrganics.com / 8-393-2401 / info@BioBellaOrganics.com)

Ayurveda - Leonardo Cordero (http://DisfruteLaVida.com / 8-302-1428 / 2-228-1350 / DisfruteLaVida@gmail.com)

Yoga with Nityananda (pronounced “Neatee”) Das-Paz (http://NityanandaDas.com / 8-371-0344) (Hatha & Bhakti [23 years doing it – private & group classes in Escazu]), Ayurveda (1st Level), Reiki (Energy Flow 1st), Veda, Massage (Yogassage), Henna Tattoos, I-Ching, Egyptian Tarot, Chef (Vegetarian Indian Food, Asian Food "Sushi", Veggie Food), Cloth Design (Indian Fashion Dress), Meditation (Saguna), Jyotish (Vedic Natal Chart, Indian Astrology). As well as Graphics (business cards, brochures, logo design), Web Design (inquire about his Event Specials!!!), Art & Tools, DJ & English Translation.
Also – Diane Evans – Zen Shiatsu Therapist & Thai Massage (8-832-4325 / Diane.Evans2@gmail.com) Together they’re doing a Thai Massage Class on Sat. June 28 from 9am-5pm at Kapoli http://nityanandadas.com/img/ui/massage.png

Shiatsu - Davide (ilramofiorito88@gmail.com / 2-224-4985)

Meditation del Aura - CasaSana - John Laurent (olympo@yahoo.com / 8-396-5764)

Sal de Himalaya - Il ramo fiorito (IlramoFiorito88@gmail.com / 2-224-4985)

Tai Chi - Ligia Chavaria (TaiChiCR@gmail.com / ligiaisa@gmail.com / 8-829-0237)

Ashtanga Yoga Demonstration de series avanzadas - Mariela Cruz (http://AshtangaYogaCostaRica.com / AshtangaCostaRica@gmail.com / 8-393-1803)

Lumta Yoga Studio - Rocio Hernandez (RHernandezS@bp.fi.cr / 8-369-5295)

Qi kung - Mariano Ardissone (http://AyamaYoga.com / manoyoga@bellsouth.net / 8-375-7354)

Iridology, Tonic Detoxification - Jimena Martinez (jimenamguillen@gmail.com / 8-868-4830)

Organic Food - Lula Catering (http://NinasKitchen.net / 2-281-3060 / mlGarcia@NinasKitchen.net)

Aromatherapy - Aromaflor (sewakCR@gmail.com / 8-833-0253)

Sound Therapy & Mantras - Larisa Coto (LarisaCoto@hotmail.com / 8-817-7873)

Attitude Organic Dead Sea Skin Care Products - Ayama (http://Attitudeline.com / 8-372-0538 / ReinaDelMar7@gmail.com

Hippocampus Bioresonancia Devices (BRT) - Pepe Bayona (http://Hippocampus-brt.com / 8-347-3040 / PepeBayona@gmail.com)

OMMM Yoga Studio - Orit Tarkay (8-332-3534 / Otarkay@gmail.com)

Kapoli Yoga Center - Silvia Monge (http://Kapoli.net / 2-228-1350 / JardinKapoli@gmail.com)

Krama Yoga - Esteban Salazar (http://KramaYoga.com / 8-369-1508 / kio21@hotmail.com, yogi_es@yahoo.com, info@kramayoga.com)

Iridologia - Teresa Martinez (2-288-6112 / IriMex@iname.com)

Noni - Adrian Villalobos (http://CostaRicaNoni.com / Adrian@CostaRicaNoni.com)

Shamanismo - Nora Badilla (http://TejedoraDeUniversos.com / 8-858-6803)

Acupuncture - Martha Vargas Piedra (8-385-4018)

Reiki & Holistic Therapy - Deyanira Perez (http://ManosDeMariposa.blogspot.com / 2-269-6791 / ManosDeMariposa@gmail.com)

A few additional modalities they’re waiting to confirm: Sound Therapy, Mantras and Reflexology.

This festival is going to be an AWESOME way to connect with other like-minded people, learn about various services as well as network (bring your own business cards!!). It's going to be an Energy interchange so please pass on this information to all you think could benefit from it.

MultiPlaza is donating the space and chairs, Radio 911 (http://911LaRadio.com) will donate the sound (microphone, iPod and CD for those that require sound for their presentation) and Wind and Water (http://TiendaDeArmonia.com / 2-201-8393) contributes the tables, refreshments. Living Spaces http://LivingSpacesCR.com

CONTACT INFO: Iside Sarmiento with Living Spaces (8-851-8899 / 2-201-8393 / http://FengShuiCostaRica.com / isar9@yahoo.com)




For the LATEST VERSION of this list go to:LivingLifeInCostaRica.blogspot.com/2010/07/radio-stations-in-costa-rica.html