Need to Know - Nicoya Peninsula Adventure



Joining Instructions:

Our jungle lodge is located in Cabuya, Costa Rica.

Tambor Airport (TMU) is the closest domestic airport to our jungle lodge. To get here, simply catch a 25-minute flight to this airport from either of the 2 international airports. Please note that passengers are required to plan and purchase their own airfare (both international and domestic). If you have any questions, or require assistance booking, please contact Britt at 

Origin Travels will arrange transportation from Tambor Airport (TMU) to the Jungle Lodge. Look out for the driver in the airport parking lot holding a sign with your name on it (the airport is tiny, you won't be able to miss it!).

airport info

Costa Rica's 2 Int'l Airports: 

  • Juan Santamaria International Airport (SJO), is near the capital of Costa Rica, San Jose.

    *Each year 2 people confuse San Jose, Costa Rica with either San Jose, California or San Juan, Puerto Rico and end up having way less fun...don't be that girl.  ;)
  • Daniel Oduber International Airport (LIR), is in Liberia.

*We recommend arriving as early as possible into Costa Rica so you can book your internal flights for the same day. The last internal flights usually depart around 4:30pm, but double check before you book!

Sansa Air is the public internal flight company, and offers a 30 minute flight from SJO or LIR to the Tambor Airport (TMU), 45 mins. from Cabuya. Approx $90 USD (each way).

You can book your internal flight through this link: 

Lodge address:

Wild Sun Jungle Resort
Del Super Chicho
100m al sur, 700m al oeste

We recommend that you arrive at least 2 hours before your connecting domestic flight. Sansa air has a 30lb. baggage weight limit for all flights.




All travellers are different! As most food and drink is included on this tour, we recommend bringing about $200 USD for extra activities 


  • t-shirts/tank tops
  • shorts 
  • light sweater
  • 1 pair of yoga tights
  • sleepwear
  • hat
  • breathable, moisture-wicking active wear for hikes (it can get very hot and humid!)
  • comfortable, breathable shoes or sport sandals for hiking/walking
  • dry bag (optional)
  • day pack (to hold your camera, towel, snacks on day hikes)
  • beach/pool wear (swimsuit, flip flops, travel towel)
  • binoculars (optional)
  • camera
  • sunglasses
  • reusable water bottle
  • snacks (energy bars, trail mix)
  • outlet adaptor (sockets are 110 volts, AC.)
  • first-aid kit
  • waterproof rain cover + backpack cover (we recommend a light-weight rain shell, as it is often humid)
  • personal entertainment (books, music etc.)
  • Personal yoga mat (optional; we will provide mats and other equipment during yoga classes
  • IF YOU ARE SURFING, PLEASE BRING A PERSONAL RASH GUARD OR SHIRT TO WEAR WHILE SURFING (this will prevent sunburn and any irritation caused by the surfboard on your skin.)


All countries require a valid passport (with a minimum 6 months validity). Contact your local embassy, or consulate for the most up-to-date visa requirements, or see your travel agent. IT'S YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO HAVE THE CORRECT TRAVEL DOCUMENTATION.

You should consult your doctor for up-to-date medical travel information well before departure.

The Costa Rica government requires those entering Costa Rica from certain countries in South America and Sub-Sahara Africa, to have an International Certificate of Vaccination against Yellow Fever. Those affected countries are: Angola, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, French Guiana and Venezuela. 


Adequate traveller insurance and medical coverage (minimum USD $200,000 for repatriation and emergency medical coverage) is mandatory when travelling on an Origin Travels Inc. retreat. Origin Travels Inc. local staff have the authority to deny services to registered travellers without proof of insurance. You will be required to show proof of insurance upon arrival, so please make sure you have this covered!


Consult your travel clinic doctors for updated information on health concerns in the area and recommended vaccines. Helpful links:

As of July 25, 2018 the Public Health Agency of Canada has issued advice for travellers on the Zika virus, recommending that Canadians practice special health precautions while travelling in affected countries. Pregnant women and those considering becoming pregnant should avoid travel to Costa Rica. See Health for more information.


In case of emergency when in Costa Rica, please be prepared with information for your local embassy. Your local emergency contact information is as follows:

Contact: Jeremy

Del Super Chicho
100m Sur, 700m Oeste
Cabuya, Puntarenas
Costa Rica 60111

Cell: +506 8884-8444
Office: +506 2642-1319

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