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Things to know before visiting Costa Rica

Things to know before visiting Costa Rica

Costa Rica has been a popular destination for quite some time especially considering that it is so close to the United States. The initial boom occurred in the 90's when expats decided to start relocating to the Central American country in order to move away from the high priced USA.

This has caused one of the things to know before visiting Costa Rica and that its not that cheap to visit anymore. The country is overrun with American food chains in the big cities and most of the times in San Jose and other large cities you are going find yourself eating at one of the many restaurants you eat at in the USA.

Another one of the important things to know before visiting Costa Rica is that you will most likely rent a car in order to see all of the popular tourist destinations. The beaches on the Pacific Side are most of the nice ones in the Northern part of the country and the Volcano, Arenal, which most people visit is in the interior.

The infrastructure is decent in the country although it can't compare to that of the United States or even Europe as most of the roads in the mountains to get to the places you need to are still only two lane roads. One thing that falls under what to know before visiting Costa Rica is there will be an authorization on your card worth hundreds or thousands of dollars.

It is important to note that when you do rent a car the insurance against others is required where in most other countries it is optional. You will want to purchase this coverage for others via your online booking engine or even a third party since most of the coverage that you get with your credit card or even the car company doesn't cover third parties.

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This film is a selection of memories during 3 weeks into the wild of Costa Rica in 2016. We crossed the country from north to south and east to west my girl and I. We found lots of wonderful little places along the trip, meeting friendly people and live an unique experience in the middle of wildlife.
Costa Rica is probably one of the best place for nature lovers. We will return.

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Top Costa Rica Travel Tips - Essential for your Costa Rica Vacation


The Top 7 Costa Rica Travel Tips is the focus of this Frog TV video. These are the top questions we get asked all the time by our clients before booking a vacation to Costa Rica. So Adam Baker answers them for you right here! Check it out & if you have some MORE questions you would like answering please post them int he comments box below!

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Visit Costa Rica - The DON'Ts of Costa Rica

Pura Vida! Nothing symbolizes Costa Rica more than the catch all phrase Pura Vida. It symbolizes the free loving spirit and wonderful laid back attitude of the Ticos, the Costa Rican people. Costa Rica is a fabulous place to visit with many national parks, great beaches, tasty fruits and foods and so much more. This video covers what tourists and travelers should NOT do when they go to Costa Rica. The Don'ts of visiting Costa Rica.
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Costa Rica is a fascinating country in Central America bordered by Nicaragua and Panama, a natural paradise between the Caribbean and the Pacific.Located at more than a thousand metres above sea level, San José, Costa Rica’s capital city, not only boasts an idyllic location in the heart of Central America’s coffee country, but also an enviable climate. The extent to which Costa Rica joins with European tradition can be seen in the Teatro Nacional. The coffee barons, to whom the glorious development of San José is owed, created taxes for the export of coffee beans and thus funded the construction of the magnificent building. In a fertile mountain valley at the foot of a volcano, is Turrialba, a town that radiates a serene calm but once was an important station on the route of the Jungle Train from San José to the Atlantic coast. The crater of the Poas Volcano is surrounded by the dense green of a rainforest and overlooks the north western Meseta Central. Although it is one of the country’s most active volcanoes, it is the most visited, as visitors can go by car almost to the edge of the crater. The Rain Forest Aerial Tram is Costa Rica’s most popular tourist attraction, a ride on an open gondola through the jungle. A journey of discovery amid a canopy of trees, hovering at treetop level through the solitude of nature. Fascinating nature, joie de vivre and colonial history are omnipresent on this land bridge between North and South America, Costa Rica is surely one of the most beautiful countries in the world.

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20 Things NOT To Do in Costa Rica - Part 1

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Exotic Costa Rica is known for its lush jungles, cool creatures and some of the finest beaches in the world. However beware of these 20 things NOT to do in Costa Rica.

1. Don't Feed the Monkeys
The adorable monkeys are a big hit with tourists, but feeding them diminishes their self-reliant survival instincts. They get lazy and don't get the exercise they need can become rather aggressive... Oh yeh and it's also against the law!

2. Don't Let Your Snake Guard Down
There are 22 venomous species of snake slithering around the country! In fact, it is estimated that there are two deadly snakes per hectare there!

3. Don't Forget to Shake Out Your Shoes
We're really not trying to scare you away, just be aware that the world's most toxic spider makes its home here and might be lurking, say... in your shoe! The Brazilian wandering spider is particularly prevalent in Corcovado National Park, and is a nightmare for arachnophobics.

4. Don't Stay at an International Chain Resort
Costa Rica is full of family-run B&Bs, sustainable eco-lodges and intimate guesthouses that often have more character and charm than the familiar chains do, and will give you a more authentic experience on your vacation.

5. Don't Expect Great Coffee!
Yes, Costa Rica grows some of the richest, boldest, most coveted coffee beans in the world. (reverb) However, most of the crop is for export, so the local cups of joe aren't necessarily homegrown!

Find out more things NOT to do in Costa Rica, in part 2!

Travel Tip to SAVE Your Life in Costa Rica

We are a full service travel agency with tons of info Hey guys, BAD things can happen in Costa Rica, no doubt. Just like about anywhere else on the planet. But if you could just remember what you already know when you travel around Costa Rica, it just might save your life. Here's a reminder.

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TOP 10 THINGS TO DO IN COSTA RICA

Here's ten reasons why Costa Rica is one of our favorite spots. ¡Pura vida!

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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA | SOLO TRAVEL

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Here's all the tips and advice I have for solo and group travelers visiting San Jose, Costa Rica.

How to get to San Jose from the SJO airport in Alajuela 1:15
Exchange your currency to Colones: 2:00
How to get around/public transportation: 3:31
Addresses/navigation/directions: 4:18
Things to do: 4:30
Beaches: 5:16
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Costa Rica is pretty expensive. All the prices I paid shopping/eating/etc was basically equal to the cost of living in Chicago. For example, my average meal was $15-20.

The sun rises and sets very early here. It's sunny at 6:30 am and dark by 7. The streets were practically empty by then, and nightlife really doesn't get started until after 9.

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3 Tips for traveling in Costa Rica. I'm pretty sun burnt so bare with me. Hope this helps! Pura Vida!

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* Day 1 Washington Dc to Juan Santamaria airport:
Sim Card: got a kolbi sim card here worked well for me with the data on my trip, hardly made any calls though. Its costs 10 to 20 dollars depending on the amount of data you choose.
Currency exchange: I had to get some colones before stepping out of the airport for just in case situations so exchanged for &40 and did not worry much about the rates.
Airport Taxi: I guess its a rip off. At the exit people start asking taxi taxi and they lead you into it and then I had to end up paying $40 for the ride to hotel. I booked uber while on the way back from hotel to airport and it costed me only like $12.
Reached Costa Rica backpackers hostel around 6pm. Wanted to give hostels a try but hostels was not for me as I'm a light sleeper and somehow killed the night on the couch in the common area which had much more fresh air than the basement room the hotel had alloted me. This hotel is 10 mins walk to the city center and all the museums. I went to a coreographer dance show at the national theatre at 8:00pm and the performance was something which I had never seen in my life.
* Day 2 San Jose to La Fortuna:
For my trip planning I mostly read the blog mytanfeet.com written brilliantly by Samantha about each and everything you need to know about Costa Rica.
Readers of this blog get 10% discount on bookings so I had booked a shuttles with Interbus referncing mytanfeet. Picks you and drops you at the hotel. you may save money by taking the public buses but the shuttle was hassle free and works well when on short vacation and want to cover a lot.
I stayed here at Arenal backpackers resort *the tent in my video* this stay was amazing. Clean, many young and friendly travellers, an awesome pool and a hangout place. I would recommend staying here.
* Day 3 One day la fortuna to Rio Celeste Tour
Booked this with Jacamar and the same thing we get 10% discount with mytanfeet. I did two tours with Jacamar and the same guide came for both of them and I must say he was 'GOOGLE', he had all the knowledge about anything you asked him. He actually had a PHD and worked this job part time and also was a teacher part time.
There are many tour local tour companies offering in town or at the hotel you stay for cheaper. But I like to book everything in advance and not worry about what to do on the trip or if the tours get booked out.
* Day 4 One day Combo Tour:
Booked this with Jacamar again and I enjoyed this tour too. So many things covered in just one day. Baldi hot spring to end the day was just too good.
* Day 5 La Fortuna to Monteverde
I took a taxi boat taxi to reach monteverde. This trip was a bit expensivve with Jacamar *around $40*, so I found few others and booked with anywhere.com for $25 but this tour was for $20 at the ArenalBackpackers resort that I stayed. It is how it is. If you are travelling for many days, I would recommend go and do all your bookings in town than online. But if travelling with tight no of days and on peak season book in advance as the tours may get filled.
Reached Monteverde and went to monteverde cloud forest and hiked on my own in the cloud forest. After that I went to a frog pond which had varities of frogs. There are buses at specific times running from santa elena town to all the touristry places around.
At Monterde I stayed in el sueno hotel and had booked a hostel before but when I reached I asked if they had a single room and they give me one with some discount.
* Day 6 Monteverde to San Jose
Reached san jose by 2pm and since I had not liked my stay at costarica backpackers in dorms so had changed my booking to a different hotel for a private room *hotel la cuesta* an this was pretty decent not great. But i had to kill just one more night so it was ok.
Went to the national stadium or the la sabana park to check out, as soccer is my game I wanted to see the soccer culture here.
* Day 7 Flight back to Washington DC
Went to the gold museum in the morning. Except the national theatre rest of the city is just like any other city and I would recommend staying more at other good touristry places. There is a small discount on student ids. So whenever you buying any tickets do ask for student discounts.
Back to hostel and booked uber to the airport. Uber was way cheaper than the airport taxi or other taxi's.

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Panama is a country in Central America with coastlines on both the Caribbean Sea and the North Pacific Ocean, with Colombia (and South America) to the southeast and Costa Rica (and North America) to the northwest. It's strategically located on the isthmus that forms the land bridge connecting North and South America and controls the Panama Canal that links the North Atlantic Ocean via the Caribbean Sea with the North Pacific Ocean, one of the most important shipping routes in the world.

Costa Rica (Spanish: Costa Rica or República de Costa Rica, pronounced [reˈpuβlika ðe ˈkosta ˈrika]) is a small country in Central America bordered by Nicaragua to the north, Panama to the south, the Pacific Ocean to the west, and the Caribbean Sea to the east.

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Flew into San Jose, Costa Rica. Airport code SJO.
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Locations visited: Playa Negra, Playa Chiquita, Punta Uva, Bri Bri Waterfalls, Manzanillo.

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10 Things You Should Know About Costa Rica — Costa Rica Travel Tips 2018

You might think you know Costa Rica, but do you really? Here's my list of 10 things you need to know before traveling to Costa Rica!

10 Things You Should Know Before Visiting Costa Rica:

1. 0:34 Pura Vida
2. 1:34 Currencies
3. 2:28 Wake Up Early
4. 3:13 Tipping (??)
5. 4:11 Sunscreen
6. 4:41 Tap Water
7. 5:23 Visa Requirements
8. 7:07 Cost of Living
9. 7:59 Internet Speed
10. 8:44 Healthcare

Along the way I also share other useful tips such as explaining what Tico means, and what's the real deal with the ongoing flight requirement for travellers to Costa Rica? If you've ever wondered about any of this, you won't want to miss this one!

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Visit Costa Rica - 10 Things That Will SHOCK You About Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a natural choice for an amazing beach or nature vacation, with stunning beaches, surfing, national parks, nature reserves it really is an eco travelers dream. But there are things that might shock a normal traveler if they are heading to Costa Rica. So we have ten things that shock tourists, travelers and vacation hunters about visiting Costa Rica.
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