New Liberia Airport Shuttle serves visitors to Guanacaste, Costa Rica
LIBERIA — Daniel Oduber Quiros International Airport served nearly 1.2 million tourists in 2016, a 33 percent jump compared to the year before. Costa Rica is setting new tourism records almost every year and Liberia, the capital of Guanacaste, is increasingly the focus.
Travelers eager to explore Costa Rica’s beautiful northwestern coast and the famed “white city” of Liberia now have a helpful new resource to rely on.
A new website has been launched to help make visiting Liberia more enjoyable. It’s full of all the latest information regarding Liberia Airport Shuttle options, departures and arrivals, the history of the Liberia Costa Rica Airport and more.
Liberia Costa Rica Airport Transfers is ready to help make every visit more enjoyable. They’ll give you information about the $29 exit departing tax and advice on how to book private shuttle service to all the top destinations,
“Like so many others, we were truly impressed to hear that 2016 tourist traffic at Liberia’s Airport had increased by one-third in the space of a year,” said a Liberia Costa Rica Airport Transfers representative. “With so many visitors discovering the beauty of Guanacaste province and Liberia itself, word is still spreading rapidly.
“We believe that touching down in and departing from the airport should be as easy and pleasant as possible, and that’s why we’ve launched our new site and shuttle service. We’re committed to helping travelers make the most of their time in this wonderful part of Costa Rica.”
Famed worldwide for its natural beauty and pleasant climate, Costa Rica set a record last year by welcoming 2.9 million international visitors. This represented an increase of nearly 13 percent over the year before, according to the tourism board. Approximately seven in ten tourists arrive and depart by air, and Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport’s traffic figures jumped by a third compared to 2015.
Since it expanded to offer international flights in 1995, Liberia’s airport has grown rapidly to become Costa Rica’s second busiest and the ninth-most active in Central America. Travelers are invited to visit the Liberia Costa Rica Airport Transfers website to learn all about the area and book affordable, reliable private transportation of their own.
For more information visit http://www.liberiacostaricaairporttransfers.com.
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