Iguana Lodge

Iguana Lodge

Juan Santamaria International Airport, San Jose, Costa Rica

(SJO) Juan Santamaria International Airport

Flying to Iguana Lodge –  Fly from San Jose (SJO) or Liberia (LIR) to Puerto Jimenez (PJO).  Sansa Airlines has a variety of daily flights.  Charter flights are available too. (Contact us for assistance or book directly below.)

In San Jose, Sansa Airlines is located in the new Domestic Terminal, about 200 meters west of the International Terminal. Walking Directions: When arriving in San Jose, all passengers will come out through Customs at the International Terminal. From there, head to your left – the walk takes under five minutes – hire a porter to haul your luggage and support the local economy!  Everyone is happy with dollars, so you need not have Costa Rican colones to give a tip. (See walking direction map below.)

Booking a Flight – options:

Book Direct.  (just click on their widget to the right ->)

  • The advantage is you can find the best price deals.  
  • The disadvantage is their cancelation, refund and change policies.  Check their refund policy: often a credit on a future flight, not a return of money.  Understand additional fees they have for luggage or changing a flight.

Book With Us. (click here).  

  • Booking with us gives you advantage of one-stop one-shop service.  Generally we will refund your money if you cancel, we will not charge you for a change fee.  We also offer tremendous support if your international connecting flight is running late or is canceled.
  • The disadvantage is we only offer flights at standard fares.  Sansa Airlines periodically has discounted pricing which we do not offer.

Map – Walking Directions from the San Jose International Terminal to the Domestic Terminal.

Walking Directions: When arriving in San Jose, all passengers will come out through Customs at the International Terminal. From there, head to your left – the walk takes under five minutes – hire a porter to haul your luggage and support the local economy!  Everyone is happy with dollars, so you need not have Costa Rican colones to give a tip.