In this section we will give you the answers to the main and most common questions that our customers mention to us, we hope it will be very helpful!

By bus you can get to Palmar Norte through the company Tracopa ($12) (www.tracopacr.com) and from there take a taxi to sierpe. Palmar-Sierpe private taxi ($16), collective ($4) each.

By boat from Sierpe. There are only two route schedules Sierpe-Bahia Drake: 11:30 a.m. ($15) and at 3:30 p.m. ($20). As well as Drake-Sierpe Bay: 7:15 a.m. ($15) and 2:30 p.m. ($20). It is not necessary to make a reservation in advance.

If you travel in your own or rented car you can leave it in the private parking lot of the restaurant Las Vegas in Sierpe.

If you want to drive to Drake the most recommendable is to use 4×4, it is important to take into account the weather, since in rainy season is not recommended.

You can contact us by air: (www.flysansa.com / www.aerobell.com / www.skyaway.com).

The dry season is from December to May and the rainy season from June to November.

It is advisable to bring cash (dollars or colones), as there are no ATMs or banks in Drake Bay, the last chance to get cash is in Palmar Norte. You can pay by card in most shops, although they will charge you an additional charge, which varies from place to place.

In Drake Bay you can find several supermarkets and greengrocers.

In Drake Bay you will find a public and private clinic. However, it is advisable to bring your own first aid kit.

Wear sandals or booties to get in and out of boats. Some beaches have rocky soil so it is important to protect your feet when taking the boat. Carry about one litre of water per person, sun block, energy bars or seeds. It is important to wear comfortable and light clothing, as well as protect personal items in case of rain or splashes on the boat, for which it is recommended to carry a dry bag.