FRANCAIS : J'adore danser les danses latines comme la salsa,la bachata,meringue. Est ce qu'il y a des endroits pour ca a Tamarindo ? ANGLAIS :I'm crazy for dancing latino dance like salsa, bachata, meringue. There is some places where i can go for this in Tamarindo ? ESPANOL : Me encanta mucho bailar salsa, bachata, meringue. Hay algunos lugares donde puedo salir en Tamarindo ?
Hello, my boyfriend and I are flying into Liberia from Houston, and staying in Tamarindo at the end of June. We are wondering if it's easier to fly into San Jose or Liberia before we book in the next couple of days.? Also Tamarindo is known for surf and I wondered where is the best places to stay if we didn't get a hotel. I figured hotels are the way to go since they can get us a bus or shuttle to pick us up from airport. Ive heard it's a 3-5 hours drive from San Jose but almost the same from Liberia because of the roads. Can someone please give us some advice. We just wanna nice place to stay with surf and other outdoor extremities:) I greatly appreciate it!
Hi, I am wondering if anyone has been in Tamarindo in September - December and can give me some advice on those months. I have been planning to stay there in September and October, but have been warned that the rain will be relentless and that November and December would be much better if possible. If anyone has been there for an extended amount of time in September or October, please let me know how it was, particularly, how frequent the rain was. Thanks, Derek
Hi, my girlfriend and I will be living in Tamarindo for the months of September and October of 2010, and we are trying to find an apartment for those two months. We don't want to pay a lot of money or stay in a fancy resort, a small apartment with reliable Internet service, and hopefully a decent location do fine. I have some leads through craigslist, but they are few. Does anyone have any recommendations about the best way to find/rent an apartment by the month in Tamarindo? Any leads, contacts, ideas, or advice would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
How far are the "MUD" Baths, hot springs from Tamarindo and also would there be a tour from Tamarindo?
Where would be a good place to start looking for tours from Tamarindo. We do not plan on renting a vehicle
What kind of shopping will I find in Tamarindo. Heard it is growing quite rapidly
I'll be in Tamarindo in December and need to be near some family members that have already booked their stay at the Cala Luna. Are there any reasonable B&Bs, canbanas or even camp sites in the area close by? I really would like to avoid paying200.00 per night. Thanks!
I am thinking of moving to Tamarindo in 2009 for at least 6 months and my work require broadband/HS internet. Does anyone know what is the best internet connection available in Tamarindo? Cheers. Bruno
I'm planning on checking out Tamarindo in the next couple of months, and want to take some tours while I'm there. Does anyone know anything about the tour companies in the town? Any recommendations? Anyone heard of CR Paradise? I want to check out nature and have a good time. Let me know if you have any suggestions or can comment on who has the best tours. Thanks.
I'm wondering if a public bus runs from Tamarindo to Nosara? and if so, how frequently?
Unfortunately we wont be in Tamarindo on a Friday... what other nightlife in Tamarindo would you reccomend for some girls in there mid to late 20's??? Dancing?? Is the Monkey Bar fun any other nights? Thanks
I am arriving in Costa Rica on Saturday to the Liberia International Airport. I am staying in Tamarindo. Has anyone taken the public bus? Is it easy to get where you need to go or should I rent a car? I am staying at the Tamarindo Diria and I can't figure out how close a bus stop is.
Looking for feedback on Casa Palombia in Playa Flamingo, as well as info on Playa Flamingo in general. Casa Palombia online pictures look great, but I've read that the house isn't maintained very well. If anyone has insight on the house or area (pros/cons), I'd be grateful! I understand that Playa Flamingo is a smaller town, although there is now much construction. Is it still a nice place to vacation?
Any violin makers in Tamarindo?
I am travelling to Tamarindo on Monday! EEK!!! I just read online that it is unsafe to swim due to high levels of sewage being dumped in the water. Can anyone confirm this? Also, if anyone has any suggestions as to other good beach party spots in and around Liberia, I would be forever grateful. Sam
Can I pay for things in Tamarindo with US money or does the money have to be exchanged.
I am unexpectedly going to Tamarindo for a quick trip in December and haven't been there in quite some time. Anyone have a good tip for a nice, clean, reasonably priced hotel? Plus, do you have any pics, as well? That would help. Thanks for any info. I love how helpful everyone seems to be on VT!!!! Cheers, Mario
My 17 year old son and I are planning a 14 day stay in the Tamarindo area for the upcoming holiday season. We have been to Costa Rica the past 2 years at the same time and basically already traveled to most of the tourist hot spots and now are hoping to enjoy the "atmosphere" we have heard so much about in Tamarindo. In the past 2 years I have never paid more than 80 per night to stay in a hotel. I know there are luxuroy accomodations available out there but that is not in my budget. Can anyone help me to find a rental for 2 weeks at less than 100 per day? Our needs are simple-- -- a clean, air conditioned room with comfortable beds. We much prefer going and eating in town rather than at the hotel, so fine hotel dining is not a concern. We have always used public transportation and know how to get around as needed. I only get to take one vacation a year and have come to love Costa Rica. My son being a 17 year old teenager would like the option of doing more than just hanging out at the beach with dad so Tamarindo seems like a good possible option. Your thoughts and ideas are all welcome. and of course your suggestions as to accommodations and places to eat. thanks Robert
Me and seven of my late twenties/early thirties single buddies will be staying at peninsula papagayo from oct 9 -14. Is there anything going on in tamarindo at that time and is tamarindo the best nightlife for that area? If so, any suggestions as to where to PARTY??? Thanks!
Hi - was wondering if anyone could suggest a good caterer who could arrange casual but nice food for our upcoming wedding in a few months. Even open to suggestions of good restaurants nearby as they may be able to help. Thanks!
hi my family is going to tamarindo this coming december. We all wanted to go on the canopy tours but the only ones we could find were 4 hours away. Do think there is any possible way you could e-mail any information to me about the place you went to? it would a big help and would also be greatly appreciated! thank you so much! email@example.com
Are there any car rental agencies at Liberia airport? Any recommendations for which agency? And can anyone tell me how long it will take to drive from Liberia to Playa Tamarindo? Are they paved roads?
I was wondering if anyone had pictures of the rooms or beach at hotel pasatiempo. And if not could anyone give me a description of the walk to the beach and the beach itself and a description of the rooms....thanks
Hi - someone posted a question about taking a private coach from San jose to Tamarindo. HOw long approx. is the drive? Assuming one quick bathroom stop.
I'm coming back to Tamarindo the 11th of january and I'm looking for a place to stay for 6 months.... As I have lived in Tamarindo for 7 months before I know it can be expencive, but I'm looking for something between200 to250 a month. It could be a house, I have two friends already down there looking for a place to stay. If you have a tip on where to stay or if you rent appartments/houses please let me know :o) Siri
Right, so I've been doing a lot of reading and am now tired. Please help! haha. Anyway, my original intention was fly this trip solo and do a full on surf vacation. However, my housemate got into the idea of actually getting out and seeing the world, and he is now going with me. He however is not looking to surf 5 out of the 7 days while we're there...so, I need to find a place that is fairly accomodating for both of us. So, if you've got any answers to the following, I'd really appreciate your comments: 1. How far away is Flamingo beach to Tamarindo? Are we talking a 30min taxi ride or 10min. ride? 2. Is Tamarindo the only place that's going to have some night life? I've been reading about Flamingo being fairly isolated, and "quiet". What are the other places that have a decent scene? (We're not looking for Cancun style entertainment, but it would be nice if there was more than 2 places and enough to keep our interest for a week.) 3. Are there any other surf schools in Tamarindo besides WRSC? WRSC seems kinda expensive... 4. How about the Flamingo Beach Resort? Any experiences there? Or, how about the Capitan Suizo or the Tamarindo Diria? 5. If Tamarindo is the place to hangout, but not the place to stay, then can someone give me an idea of what the nearby towns/places are that have accomodation? (Like 20min. walk or 5-10min taxi ride)
Hello! My wife and I are planning a trip to Tamarindo from Dec. 28th to Jan. 6th. I have a few questions for you all. 1. We are looking for a quiet place to stay. We don't mind crowds, but I have heard that Tamarindo gets pretty "wild" during the holidays. Is this true, or is it an exaggeration? What can it be compared to? 2. Is Playa Grande a better choice, or are there quiet "areas" of Tamarindo where you can escape the crowds? 3. We are looking for something under100 that is simple but quiet (gardens..etc.)Any suggestions? Thank you for your help. Kenny
hi we are bound for flamingo, staying at casa palombia. we will be self catering and needing to get a large amount of provisions. we need to know the nearest large supermarket for a onestop shop!! we are prepared to drive. also any recommendations for great restaurants?? any cuisine local or not. cheers
We're heading to Tamarindo this December for our first trip to Costa Rica. We plan on mostly chilling out, doing a bit of surfing and exploring what sounds like an amazing place. Any "out of the ordinary" suggestions? A couple of questions... A friend suggested finding a "turismo" when we fly into Liberia and just taking it from there to Tamarindo. Is this a good way to go rather than booking a driver ahead of time? Also, how far is Arenal Volcano - sounds like it is an amazing place to visit.