If your trip to La Tigra is all organized but your travel itinerary is looking a bit empty, we can give you a helping hand.There’s a wealth of things to see and do in the area. Don’t head home without exploring Arenal Volcano National Park and Baldi Hot Springs. If you can, also check out La Fortuna Waterfall.
With some terrific day trip options in the surrounding area, having your own car makes good sense. Without one, it’d be much more difficult to experience all that San Ramon, 20 miles away, has to offer. San Ramon Nonato Church should be toward the top of your list here. Palmares Church and Los Ángeles Cloud Forest Adventure Park are excellent attractions too. Locals are also likely to point you in the direction of Puntarenas, 30 miles away. If you only see one attraction here, let it be Puntarenas Beach. (But we’re also big fans of Victoria Park and Mata de Limón.)
Sure, it’s possible to get out and explore La Tigra without a car. But with so much to see and do, having one is sure to make your trip much easier. If you’re hoping to head out into some nature, opt for something with some extra oomph. A full-size car or an SUV could be just the ticket. A smaller car, like a mini or a compact, is a popular choice for travelers heading off on shorter trips.
There’s more than enough choice when it comes to renting a car in La Tigra. From sporty models with all the mod cons to agile compacts, you’ll find it all here. Deciding on your perfect match of course depends on your budget and what you intend to do. There are some road trips that are just begging you to splurge on your dream ride, whereas others don’t need more than enough space for your luggage and buddies. Which car will you be sliding behind the wheel of this time?
Generally, your car rental company will bill the amount stated on the fine to your credit card, including local taxes and surcharges. Or they may supply your contact details to the relevant local authority, who’ll then send a fine directly to you.