River ferry | Vehicle Shipping

Costa Rica

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5 months ago
Altitude:
21.0 masl
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Tucks' Truck

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C5,000 for our truck (6t, Iveco Daily 4x4) to cross the river. Might be cheaper for smaller vehicles. Bit pricey but worth it to cut the corner between Penisula Osa and Uvita. Route from south of the river across to the main Golfo Dulce road is a lovely drive with great views down along the coast, but it's a dirt road, needing high-clearance and ideally 4x4, even in the dry season.

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Ferry still working, payed 7000 for our truck camper. You have to drive in reverse to get onto the boat. Road after this was muddy, slippery and steep in some parts, definitely need 4x4 if it's not dry.

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Paid 5000 Colons for a our truck camper. The road was even in the rainy season in good condition. High clearence and 4x4 recommended.

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Paid 2000 for for one person and motorbike. Dirt road south passable without any troubles even in rainy season. Really nice ride.

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We paid 7000 col because it was late 7pm humm not sure about the real price

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Looks like it's C5000 for all the vehicles, that's what we paid as well for our SUV, price includes all the passengers in the car. Pedestrians pay C500. Going this way is about 40km shorter than going around.

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C5,000 for our truck (6t, Iveco Daily 4x4) to cross the river. Might be cheaper for smaller vehicles. Bit pricey but worth it to cut the corner between Penisula Osa and Uvita. Route from south of the river across to the main Golfo Dulce road is a lovely drive with great views down along the coast, but it's a dirt road, needing high-clearance and ideally 4x4, even in the dry season.

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