Layla Resort & Reserve is approximately 3 and half hours south of San Jose's Juan Santamaría International Airport. From the airport take the Pan American Highway west approximately 6 miles (or about 9.7 km). Take a right on the exit ramp for Atenas, then a left at the signs pointing toward Atenas and Jacó, crossing over the Pan American highway. Keep following the signs for Atenas, then Orotina and then Jacó. (If you want to stop at the Tárcoles river, just before you reach Jacó, you can usually see many large and impressive wild crocodiles resting on the river banks. However please keep in mind that as this is a popular spot for tourists to leave their cars, people have unfortunately been victims of petty theft here in the past. Take caution to lock vehicles and be very vigilant of your belongings!) It will take you about 1 hour and 45 minutes to get to Jacó and then it is about another hour to Quepos via Parrita.
Once in Quepos head toward to take the road to La Managua Airport or the Local Hospital Just 5 Minutes from the Down Town Quepos it´s 1.5 Km is locate on you left hand side you will see our entrance 3 Indians Sculptures stand on 3 columns. If you have any problems call us on 2777-3445 from anywhere in Costa Rica.
An airport located just a few miles from Quepos has several daily flights to and from San Jose. The trip takes just 30 minutes with local carriers Sansa and Nature Air.
There are six or more daily flights beginning as early as 6 a.m. with the last flight departing from Quepos at 2:10 p.m. Charter flights are also available for groups of four to 18 people. Contact local carriers for current schedules and fares. Flights are often full during the dry season (December-April), so book your tickets well in advance.
A soon you arrived to the La Managua Local Airport our Resort is Just 4 Minutues away.
If you need to Pick-Up just call our Front Desk.
Buses depart daily from the Coca-Cola bus station in San Jose and take four to five hours, depending on whether or not the route is direct. The cost is $4 each way. Buses depart Quepos for San Jose at 5, 8, 10 a.m., noon, 2, 4 and 7:30 pm.
There are several private shuttle companies, such as Interbus and Grayline, which offer door-to-door service for roughly $30 one way.