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There are lots of ways to get around Costa Rica.  Many people still prefer to drive themselves.  This method gives you maximum flexibility and freedom.  This is also the perfect way to fully experience this beautiful country.  Ask us about the most scenic routes! 
Of course, even the best vacation can easily be ruined if you have a negative rental car experience.  We have carefully screened the companies in this section.  All offer first rate customer service, late model vehicles with low mileage, and multiple locations in case there is a difficulty.


Featured Rental Agencies:

  • Excellent Car Rental
  • Adobe Rental Car 



Why LoveCostaRica.com?

  • PRICING.  No Need to Shop til you drop.  We have the best prices at the lovely small hotels that are the true gems of Costa Rica.
  • SECURITY. You do not send money out of the country, nor do you pay until your itinerary is 100% fully confirmed.
  • EXPERIENCE.  We have been sending customers to Costa Rica exclusively since 1992.  It is all we do!
  • PEACE OF MIND. We know how to arrange seamless travel.  Your hotel reservations will be there when you arrive, and the other services will show up as promised.  No worries, no hassles.
  • CONVENIENCE.  One stop shopping.  We can arrange everything necessary for the trip of a lifetime.  No need to deal with multiple vendors.
  • NO SELLING. Planning a vacation should be fun!  You won't be subjected to high pressure tactics.  Just great service, from travel professionals


Oxcart Wheel
The town of Sarchi has become well known as the home of that colorful symbol of Costa Rica, the painted ox cart. Yes, miniature versions have become popular as mini bars purchased by tourists to ship home.  But the history of the ox cart is much more interesting, and they have played a very important part in the economic development of this country.
During the colonial period, they were used for the transportation of coffee, sugar cane, tobacco and other agricultural products.  Teams of two oxen would pull the product laden carts down the treacherous paths from the Central Valley to Puntarenas for eventual export.