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Tamarindo shuttle

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Tamarindo shuttle

I have tried to reach tamarindo shuttle by email 3 times with no response in 4 days. Any input, anyone?

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1. Re: Tamarindo shuttle

Dawny...maybe time to find another shuttle...

roadadvsior

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2. Re: Tamarindo shuttle

www.ecotranscostarica.com

www.xplorecostarica.com

Both are very professional operations, highly recommended.

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I know, worried about that. The other transfer companies are higher than tamarindoshuttle. Have you heard bad things about them? What is their reputation there in Costa Rica?

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We always use Interbus and have had no problems with them: http://www.interbusonline.com. I think too many people look for the cheapest fare when you need to look for a reputable company that gives you what you want (a quick response, online support, etc) and at a price that is fair. If you find one company that seems way cheaper than the rest that would make me worry a bit...it's one thing to find that when your'e here (in CR) it's another to find that on the internet. I'm not familiar with the company you asked about so I'm just speaking in "general". Another note is that many companies down here are not as "connected to the internet" as we are so you'll usually get the best response by a phone call (I know it costs more but what's piece of mind worth?) Hope this helps!

Wendy at the Villa Hermosa, La Fortuna, CR

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In another Post about this subject I gave you four options and reminded you that you get what you pay for, and Tamarindo Shuttle was the least expensive. On the upside, they have larger buses and lower rates than anyone. On the downside... everything else. Diver77 is 100% correct.

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6. Re: Tamarindo shuttle

You get what you pay for...

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