It is a village that is located 64 km to the south east of San Isidro and 3km to the north of the Interamericana, it is the center of an important region of pineapple producers. It has a plaza filled with trees, two banks, a gas station, a disco and other services. It is also the entrance to La Amistad International Park, as well as several other indigenous reserves that are situated to the north and the Boruca indigenous reserve, to the south. A road to the east of Buenos Aires crosses remote fields and indigenous reserves, and then finally joins the road to San Vito en Jabillo.
How to arrive and leave
To get here, you will need to take a bus from San Isidro or any one that travels along the Interamericana heading south; you will need to ask them to stop at the turnoff to Buenos Aires. The services to San Isidro leave every hour from 5:30 a.m until 5:00 p.m. There are also several local buses that travel to the nearby villages. TRACOPA Ph (506) 2730-0205 in Buenos Aires, in the center of the village, with several departures a day to and from San José.