If your trip to Savegre is all organized but your travel itinerary is a bit on the empty side, we can give you a few hints and tips.If you’re eager to see more, Costa Rica Dive and Surf, Nauyaca Waterfalls and Costa Rica Stand Up Paddle Boarding are popular among visitors and within a quick drive of the downtown area.
The best part about having your own set of wheels is that you can travel anywhere, anytime. Make full use of your newfound freedom by checking out all there is to do in Quepos. It’s just 16 miles away. Soak up the sights starting with Manuel Antonio National Park, Manuel Antonio Beach and Playa La Macha. Don’t miss Cartago either! Just 35 miles away, Parque Nacional Tapantí-Macizo Cerro de la Muerte, Lankester Botanical Garden and Las Ruinas de la Parroquia are must-sees here.
Fill the tank, start the engine and get ready to feel the cool sea breeze on your face. Savegre is home to some glorious stretches of coastline, such as:
Manuel Antonio Beach (14 miles away).
Biesanz Beach (16 miles away).
Playa La Macha (16 miles away).
A rental car allows you to get around the best sights easily in Savegre. If you’re traveling on a shoestring and want to stretch your budget, a mini or a compact is an excellent choice. These zippy cars are economical to run and a piece of cake to park. If you’re traveling with the family, an SUV will give you plenty of space.
You’ll be glad to know that there’s a broad range of both economy and high-end rental vehicles available in Savegre. What you opt for will depend on your funds and what you plan to do. Prestige vehicles offer unparalleled mod cons and comfort. If you’re splurging, why not book an SUV with all the bells and whistles, or perhaps a flashy mid-size sedan? Alternatively, if you just need a set of wheels to whiz around town in as economically as possible, maybe go for a no-frills compact vehicle (or something else that won’t blow your budget).
Most of the time, your car rental company will bill the fined amount to your credit card, including local taxes and surcharges. Or they may provide your contact details to the relevant local law enforcement agency, who’ll then send a fine directly to you.