There are two main routes from San Jose, but we recommend the new toll highway (Hwy 27) & coastal road (Hwy 34) which takes 3.5 to 4 hours from San Jose International Airport (Green line on map above).
Travel west on Route 1 beside the airport for about 7.5 kilometers. Just past the Dos Pinos building on the south side of the road, take the exit on the right to Radial El Coyol. Continue up the ramp and over Route 1, continuing straight through the roundabout. When you reach the second roundabout, merge onto Autopista José María Castro Madriz/Route 27 toward Escazu/Orotina/Jaco. Route 27 is a toll road, so best to have about 2000 colones with you. Just after the third toll booth (approx. 58 kilometers) on Route 27 exit Route 34 toward Jaco. You are now on the Costanera highway. You will travel approximately 170 kilometers to our exit. You will pass through Dominical, Uvita and we are just passed marker 175 across from the Century 21 building. You will come 200 meters up the road (Calle Paraiso) and see a set of white iron gates. Turn right into the driveway and you have arrived...and that calls for a cocktail.