Sixaola is a town located in the canton of Talamanca, province of Limón, Costa Rica. It is on the west bank of the Sixaola River, which marks the northern border between Panama and Costa Rica. Sixaola is the terminal point of Highway 36 that connects several locations in the province of Limón and the rest of Costa Rica. In addition, the town serves as a border crossing with the Panamanian town of Guabito through a bridge that crosses the river. At both ends of the bridge are located the customs and migration offices of both countries, so it is a must for tourists to report their arrivals and departures. The town of Sixaola has restaurants, hotel services and others.
How to arrive and leave
Transportes Mepe Ph (506) 2257-8129 San José Office, Ph (506) 2750-0023 Puerto Viejo Office, Ph (506) 2758-1572 Limon Office, costs 6 US$, lasting 6 hours. There are buses that leave directly from the Caribbean Terminal in San José 11:00 a.m, 01:00 p.m, 03:00 p.m and 08:00 p.m, returning 05:00 a.m, 07:30 a.m, 09:30 a.m and 02:30 p.m, costs 6 US$, the journey lasts 6 hours.