An adventure on its own

Getting to Pavones Point

Pavones is a beach front community on the southern pacific coast boasting some of the best surf in the Americas. This area is conveniently located in the heart of Central America and easily accessible by two International airports – Juan Santamaría International Airport in San Jose (SJO), and Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport in Liberia (LIR). 

Local carriers Sansa Airlines and Nature Air offer daily flights into Puerto Jiménez and Golfito airports.

By Car From Golfito Airport

Drive Time: 1:30-2:00 Hours

This is the most convenient route for its proximity to Pavones. The plane ride from either international airport to the Golfito airport is approximately one hour. Rental cars and taxis are available in Golfito. From there it is an approximate two-hour drive to Pavones.

Detailed driving directions:

By Helicopter From San Jose Airport

Flight Time: Approx. 40 Mintues

The shortest, easiest and most direct route. Door to door in under an hour. Enjoy a scenic, private ride to Pavones Point.

Detailed directions:

By Car From San Jose Airport

Drive Time: 6:30-7:00 Hours

A longer route, but may be preferable for those who wish to avoid a connecting flight and explore Costa Rica right as they arrive.

Detailed driving directions:

Pavones Point GPS Coordinates

558.079 West, 261.243 North


Costa Rica

The southern Pacific coast boasts some of the best surfing in the Americas, and Costa Rica is in a unique location in that region. It is on the direct paths of the trade winds flowing from the Caribbean, bringing moisture and life to the area. In addition, Costa Rica sits along the biological corridor that connects North and South America. The Southern Zone is known to be one of the most biologically diverse regions on the planet. The strong political state, public safety and stance on environmental protection make this an attractive place for foreigners to invest their money and time.

Costa Rica is an ideal location for Americans and Canadians to travel within only a few hours and remain in the same time zone. This is a place to escape the complexities of life and return to a more simple time where your worries are the surf report and which fruit combination will taste the best in today’s fresh smoothie.

“Costa Rica is famous for being one of the most biologically rich spots in the world. Though it occupies less than 0.01 percent of the planet’s landmass, the tiny nation is home to 5 percent of all species, and the country has pursued an aggressive agenda to protect this diversity. The government has set aside 26 percent of its land for conservation, which means it is closing in on an important milestone under its treaty obligations in the 1993 U.N. Convention on Biological Diversity.” – Nature Magazine

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