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by admin on Jan 1st 2014

New boat shuttle transportation Sierpe, Drake, San Josecito Beach. There is a new public boat route from Sierpe to Drake Bay!! This new collectivo boat schedule leaves Sierpe at 9:30am. This is late enough for the folks coming from Manuel Antonio on a shuttle. This...

by admin on Jan 11th 2013

Costa Rica Travel Tips: What You Need To Bring As You TravelInsect repellent containing DEET. (When using repellent on a child, apply it to your own hands and then rub them on your child. Avoid children's eyes and mouth and use it sparingly around their ears.)If...

by admin on Jan 11th 2013

One good rule I learned the hard way: always have a roll of toilet paper or tissue with you when you travel in Costa Rica!!!It’s hard enough to come by a decent bathroom, let alone one with paper. Take advantage of any decent hotel or restaurant’s facilities...

by admin on Jan 11th 2013

Driving in Costa Rica is quite an experience for many locals, so you can only imagine how it is for foreign visitors. Costa Rica's roads are full of hazards such as potholes, landslides, fog, and heavy rain and above all, fast, bad drivers. North American drivers...

by admin on Jan 11th 2013

While driving in Costa Rica as a tourist, you can use your current driver’s license issued by your home country so long as your visa has not expired, for up to 90 days. If you plan to stay longer, or plan to be a permanent resident, you must get a Costa Rican driver’s license. This is important!  Depending on the country you...

by admin on Aug 20th 2012

Costa Rica is one of the most popular and visited country in Central America. It offers something for every type of traveler, like budget minded backpackers to all-inclusive luxury resorts. Vacationers flock to the stunning beaches for surfing & horseback-riding, glide through the jungle on zip lines, relax and connect with...