Just like the tangy fruit after which the beach is named, Tamarindo is a delight for the senses. A former sleepy fishing village, Tamarindo quickly became the vacation hotspot that put Costa Rica on the map. Nowadays, surfers, thrill seekers, nature lovers, partiers, and foodies all come together in this tropical paradise that is the epitome of “pura vida” culture.
Selina the muse salutes the Guanacasteco in all of us and is here to add fun to the equation. With a room repertoire that goes from dorms to suites, the traveler tribe will find an option for each personality and life stage. Time to gather and celebrate life in this new hostel concept that elevates the senses and connects us all.
As the premier destination in Costa Rica’s Pacific coast, Tamarindo has absolutely everything you could possibly imagine. Just 30 miles from the Liberia International Airport, you can literally fly right into it. Beautiful beaches and biodiversity share the town with chic cafés, amazing restaurants, charming boutiques, and a thriving nightlife. As for daily activities, you won’t have time to do them all: surfing, water sports, fishing, horseback riding, scuba diving, and snorkeling are just a few of the options. Eco-buffs should not miss the Tamarindo Wildlife Refuge, where you can take a canoe tour around this protected area of glorious forestation.
You can flight to Liberia Airport or Tamarindo. From Liberia Airport to Selina is $35 in a shuttle and $100 private transfer & from Tamarindo Airport is $10 in a taxi. No Uber available on the area
The public bus leaves from Terminal 7/10 and drop you off next to Selina, the last stop. It cost around $10
Shuttle service from most Selinas, Santa Teresa, Fortuna, San José, cost over $50