Take Conference Calls While You Soak in the Ocean View.
Virtually, you can be anywhere. In reality, you’re in an oceanfront paradise on the Pacific.
Digital Nomad Visa
Costa Rica has a special visa just for you! Apply for the digital nomad visa and stay up to 3 years.
Array of Amenities
Working abroad doesn’t mean you have to do without. Find just about anything in Tama.
Say adios to shoveling snow or scraping windshield before your morning commute ever.
Stay in US Time Zone
No need to wake early or stay late to sync with your team when you work the same hours.
Easy to Get Here
Tamarindo is only an hour away from the Guanacaste Airport (LIR).
Explore Everything Tamarindo Has to Offer
Food trucks, falafel or fine dining– choose from 100+ places to eat around town.
Shop for organic veggies, farm-raised meats and locally-made artisan wares.
Wellness & Fun
Keep it zen or turn up the intensity with events that nurture body and soul.
Stock up on essentials–like sunscreen and wax, or sign up for a surf lesson.
See what’s happening in town–happy hours, live music, volunteer events and more.
Food & Drink Deals
Grub out or sip cocktails while taking advantage of local deals.
Tamarindo Public Co-working Space
- High speed internet
- Group meeting spaces
- Daily availability
- Convenient location
- On-site amenities & perks
Sand, Sun & High-Speed Internet. Tamarindo Checks All the Boxes.
Rental Cars & Private Transfers
Money on demand
ATMS & Banking
Find the closest ATMs and banks to grab cash.
From beach cleanups to charity events, discover how you can support local organizations.
Hotels, hostels & more
Places to Stay
Where is Tamarindo?
Tamarindo is a beachfront town on the upper part of the Nicoya Peninsula in Guanacaste, Costa Rica. Nearby communities include: Playa Flamingo, Brasilito, Playa Grande, Avellanas and Playa Negra.
How do I get to Tamarindo
You can reach Tamarindo from either of Costa Rica’s International Airports. From SJO: 4 hours by car or shuttle. 50 minutes via domestic flight into the Tamarindo airport. From LIR: 1 hour by car or shuttle. 15 minutes via domestic flight into the Tamarindo airport.
Can you drink the water in Tamarindo?
Tap water in Tamarindo is generally safe for drinking, though bottled water is recommended for those with sensitive stomachs.
What time zone is Tamarindo in?
Tamarindo is in Central Standard Time (CST), from November through March; and Mountain Standard Time (MST) from March through November. This is due to Costa Rica not observing Daylight Savings Time. Costa Rica is -6 GMT.
Paradise is Calling.
Costa Rica’s Digital Nomad Visa
1 READ DOCS
Review the documentation to ensure you qualify for the Digital Nomad visa.
Submit forms and payment according to specified guidelines.
Your application will be reviewed in the order it was received.
Meet all of the requirements and you’ll be approved.